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Robers

What does Robers mean?

Robers Pronunciation of Robers [robers] as a name for boys has its root in Old German, and the name Robers means "bright fame". Robers is an alternate form of Robert (Old German).

Associated with: bright, fame.

Variations

16 related forms via Robert: Riobard, Rob, Roban, Robb, Robben, Robbie, Robbin, Robbins, Robby, Roberto, Robertson, Robi, Robin, Robson, Robyn and Rupert.

Creative forms:
(male) Rabers, Raybers, ..

(female) Roberssa, ..

Middle name pairings:
Robers Canyon (R.C.), ..

How popular is Robers?

Robers is an uncommonly occurring first name for men but a very prominent last name for both adults and children (#33292 out of 150436, Top 22%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related boy names. Popular related forms of Robers (outside Top 2000) listed in the Top 2000 are Robert (#63 via latest list), Roberto (#358), Robin (#973), Robyn, Rupert, Robby, Robb, Robbie, Robbin and Rob. Adoption of these relations of Robers was at its highest during 1930-1939 (adoption of 5.6%) and is now significantly reduced (adoption 0.4%, down 93.3%), with forms such as Rupert falling out of fashion. (2015 Birth Statistics)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Rob, Robb, Robbie, Robbin, Robby in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Robert, Roberto, Robin, Robyn, Rupert in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Robbie, Robert, Robin outside U.S.

Similar Names

Suggested similar names are Anders, Ayers, Hobert, Piers, Rabee, Radbert, Rafer, Rees, Reis, Reyes, Rhodes, Rider, Ries, Rigobert, Riker, River, Rivers, Rives, Roark, Robbyn, Robeson, Rochus, Rodas, Rodel, Rodell, Rodeo, Roderic, Roderik (see Roderick), Rodger, Roe, Roger, Rogerio, Rogers, Rogiero, Roley, Rome, Romeo, Ronel, Roneld, Ronell, Roper, Rorey, Rorry, Rory, Ross, Rover, Rowe, Rowell, Rowen, Roxbert, Roxbury, Royer, Rozen, Rube, Ruben, Ryder, Ryker, Sayers, Somers, Sommers, Speers, Spiers and Towers. These names tend to be more frequently used than Robers.

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