What does Albie mean?
Albie /al-bie/ [2 sylls.] as a name for boys is of Latin and Old English origin, and Albie means "from Alba; noble, bright". Albie is a variant form, with the suffix -ie, of Alban (Latin): from the Latin name Albanus. Albie is also a derivative of Albert (Old English): from an Old French name.
Albie has 1 variant: Alby.
Albie has 39 more relations via Alban, Albert: Abert, Adalbert, Adalberto▼, Adalbrecht, Adelbert▼, Adelbrecht, Ailbert, Al▼, Albain, Albano, Albany, Albertino, Alberto▲, Albertus, Albin▼, Albinet, Albion, Albis, Albrecht, Albrekt, Albys, Allie▼, Alvan, Alvert, Alvertos, Alvin▼, Alvy, Auban, Auben, Aubert, Aubin, Bert▼, Bertie▼, Berty, Dalbert, Delbert▼, Elbert▼, Elbrecht and Ulbricht.Kreatif forms: Anbie, Arbie, Aylbie. [more]
How popular is Albie?
Albie is an unusual given name for men. Albie is an equally unusual last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Shown below is an analysis of the usage of Albie and affiliated names. Popular variation forms of Albie (outside Top 1000) appearing in the Top 1000 are Albert (#436 the previous year), Alberto (#513), Alvin (#595), Bert, Bertie, Delbert, Elbert, Albin, Adelbert, Al, Adalberto and Allie. Variants like Abert are seldom used. Adoption of these boy names reached its apex during 1880-1889 (usage of 0.5822%) and is now significantly less (usage 0.1213%, ▼79.2%), with versions such as Albert, Alvin, Al, Allie and Adelbert becoming somewhat dated. Alberto (#513) is the most chic name for newborns in this compilation. (2014 Birth Statistics)