What does Auberta mean?
Auberta [auber-ta] as a girls' name is pronounced oh-BEHR-tah, oh-BERT-ah. It is of French and Old English origin. Feminine of Albert. Saint Aubert (eighth century) built the famous monastery Mont Saint Michel.
Related girl name: Alberta.
(female) Amberta, Auberla, ..
(male) Auberan, Auberne, .. Middle name pairings:
Auberta Azaria (A.A.), ..
How popular is Auberta?
Auberta is a rare first name for females and also a rare last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with similar and related girl names. Popular related forms of Auberta (not ranked) are Alberta and Albert. Adoption of these forms of Auberta reached its highest in the 1900s (usage of 0.14%). (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Auberta is alike in pronunciation to Eberta, Uberrta, Uberta and Yuberta. Other recommended names are Abeeja (see Abijah), Abena, Abra, Adeera, Affera, Agnetta, Alberga, Albertha▼, Alesta, Aletta, Almera, Almeria, Almeta, Alvera, Alverta, Ambeeka, Ambeika (see Ambika), Amber▼, Amberetta, Ameera, Andera, Anderea, Aneeta, Anetta, Annetta▼, Arbela, Arbella, Areta, Aretta, Argenta, Arleta, Arnetta, Astera, Atera, Aubary (see Aubrey), Auberte (see Alberta), Aubertha, Auberthe (see Alberta), Aubery, Aubre, Aubree▲, Aubrette, Aubry, Auburn, Audelia, Audessa, Audria, Augusta▼, Aurea, Aureola, Auria, Aurora▲, Berta▼, Egberta, Elberta, Fuenta, Gerta, Gilberta, Huberta, Huetta, Laberta, Lunetta, Questa, Reberta, Roberta▼, Robetta (see Roberta), Ruberta, Rubetta, Ruperta, Rupetta and Suzetta. These names tend to be more frequently used than Auberta.See names in meaning and etymology.