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Schubert

What does Schubert mean?

Schubert Pronunciation of Schubert [schu-bert] as a boys' name is of German origin, and the meaning of Schubert is "shoe-maker". Occupational name made famous by 19th century German composer Franz Schubert.

Associated with: famous, 19th century.

Variations

Schubert has 1 variant: Shubert.

Creative forms:
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(female)

Middle name pairings:
Schubert Benaiah (S.B.), ..

How popular is Schubert?

Schubert is an unusual first name for men but a very prominent surname for both adults and children (#2664 out of 150436, Top 2%). (2000 U.S. Census)

Schubert has not been ranked in the Top 2000 so far. (2015 Birth Statistics)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Schubert name in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Schubert outside U.S.

Similar Names

Recommended names are Abert, Adalbert, Adelbert, Ailbert (see Albert), Albert, Aubert, Calbert, Colbert, Couvert (see Covert), Culbert, Cuthbert, Dagbert, Dagobert, Dalbert, Delbert, Dilbert, Ebert, Ecbert (see Egbert), Eckbert (see Egbert), Egbert, Elbert, Ethelbert, Fabert, Filbert, Fulbert, Gilbert, Guilbert, Halbert, Harbert, Herbert, Heribert, Hobert, Hubert, Hulbert, Humbert, Hurlbert, Ingbert (see Inglebert), Lambert, Landbert (see Lambert), Norbert, Obert, Osbert, Philbert, Radbert, Rigobert, Robert, Roxbert, Rupert, Saber, Sandberg, Schultz, Schura (see Shura), Schuylar, Schuyler, Schylar, Schyler, Scout, Scribner, Seabert, Sebert, Seibert, Shabat, Shabbat, Shefer, Shomer, Shura, Squier, Squiers, Stanbery, Stuart, Sudbery (see Sudbury), Talbert, Thorbert, Torbert and Wilbert. These names tend to be more frequently used than Schubert.

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