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Bertie meaning and name origin
Bertie \b(e)-rtie, ber-tie\ as a boy's name (also used as girl's name Bertie), has the meaning "noble, bright; illustrious; bright settlement; day-bright" and is a variant of Albert (Old English): from an Old French name, Albert, of German (Frankish) origin, brought to England by the Normans, replacing the Old English form Ăpelbeorht. Also a variant of Bert (Old English): short form of names like Albert, Bertram, Egbert, Gilbert, Herbert, Hubert, Lambert, Norbert, Robert and Wilbert. Bertie is also used as a variant of Berton (Old English): place name. Bertie is also a variant of Delbert (Old English): also possibly a variant of Albert or Adelbert (Old English) "noble, bright". Bertie is also a variant of Ethelbert (Old English): the original form Aethelbert or Aethelbeorht, formed from aethel meaning "noble" and berht meaning "bright, famous", and thus the Old English equivalent of Albert.
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Popularity of Bertie
Bertie is not a popular first name for males but a somewhat popular surname or last name for all people (#58486 out of 88799) (2000 U.S. Census).
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