Lammert meaning and origin
Lammert is used in Low German, Dutch and German, Lammert means "Shiny" aimed at baby boys came from Germanic. Lammert is resulted from Lambert. Lambert is German cognate of Lantberht. Lambert came from Germanic and Old High German, meaning of Lambert is "Homeland and Country and Illustrious".
Variants of LammertNames that rhyme with Lammert
Popularity of Lammert
Lammert is a common baby name in Netherlands while it is somewhat familiar in Germany. At least, 2000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our estimate.
Lammert in Nordic countries
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Numerological analysis of Lammert
Great things are ahead of you. You want to inspire others to do the same. Negative people steal your energy and leave you drained and unwilling to do the things you want to do like express your feelings in a creative manner. When it comes to your career, reconsider your moves before you make any stupid decision you will regret later like you always do. You think a lot and it makes you sick sometimes.
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Namesakes of Lammert
We could not find any notable namesake.