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Boy Names Ending with -bert

Bert ending baby names and what they mean, with 45 results. -bert names are used more often as masculine names. Usage of these boy names reached its highest in the 1920s (USAGE OF 7.26%) and is now much lower (USAGE 0.33%, DOWN 95%), with names like Herbert becoming somewhat dated. Hebert (TOP 1%) and Gobert (11%) are popular -bert surnames.

-bert names

Albert - Fabert | Filbert - Roxbert | Schubert - Wilbert

Albert - Fabert

Albert and variants

Albert, var. Elbert1, Delbert1, Dalbert1, Bert1, Aubert, Ailbert, Adelbert1, Adalbert, Adelbert2, Abert
Derivative of Old English. "Noble, bright." Alberth is also a marginally favored boys' name.


Source fr. Old English element. "Illustrious." Cross-gender use. Common as surname, and Bert (TOP 10%) is comparable to common -ert surnames Bamert (TOP 85%), Baert (40%).

Var. of Berthold. Derivative of Old German word. "Bright strength; renowned leader." Somewhat novel as a boys' name, Bert occurs more often as a last name. Also used for girls.

Form of Berton. Source fr. Old English language. "Bright settlement." Unisex name. Bert is common (TOP 37%) as a male name, and is found frequently (TOP 10%) as a last name.

Form of Bertram. Derivative of Old French, Old German words. "Bright, famous raven." Unisex name. Usage of Bert as a boys' name has waned circa 1880-1889.

Form of Burton. Derivative of Old English language. "Fortified settlement." Bert is prevalent as a birth name compared to other variations. Gender-neutral name.

Form of Calvert. Root fr. Old English. "Cowherd, cowboy." Calbert is not in the Top 2000. See also Colvert.

Colbert and variants

Colbert1, var. Culbert
Derived fr. Old French, Old German elements. "Renowned, bright, famous." Less used today. Colbert was the version last appearing (1900-1909) in the Top 2000.

Var. of Colby. From Old Norse word. "Swarthy person's settlement." Colbert is uncommonly used as a masculine name, existing often (UPPER 1%) as a surname. See also Culbert.

Root fr. Old English word. "Bright, brilliant, famous." Cuthbert is infrequently used as a first name, appearing frequently (TOP 8%) as a last name.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -bert names: Adelbert, Albert, Bert, Colbert, Delbert

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -bert names: Ebert, Egbert, Elbert, Ethelbert

Dagobert, var. Dagbert
From Old German word. "Bright day, shining day." Dagobert and Dagbert are not in the Top 2000.

Dalbert and variants

Dalbert2, var. Delbert2
From Old English. "Bright-shining one." Delbert has waned in favor as a children's name circa 1920-1929.

Delbert and variants

Delbert3, var. Dilbert, Dalbert3, Bert7
Source fr. Old English word. "Day-bright." Less common today. Delbert was the form last found (1995) in the Top 2000.


Var. of Eberhard. Origin fr. Old German, Old English elements. "Brave, strong boar." Less popular today. Ebert was last recorded in the 1890s in the Top 2000. See also Abert.

Root fr. Old English. "Wealthy, bright." Edbert is an atypical men's name. See also Egbert.

Egbert and variants

Egbert, var. Eckbert, Ecbert
Stems fr. Old English language. "Brilliant sword." Egbert is generally used as a baby name among these forms.


From Old English. "Noble, bright." Elbert was popular during 1900-1909, but now, Elbert has become less fashionable. See also Egbert.

Engelbert, var. Inglebert, Ingelbert, Bert8
Source fr. Old German language. "Ing's brightness." Less popular today. Bert was the version last found (1992) in the Top 2000.

Ethelbert and variants

Ethelbert, var. Bert9
Stems fr. Old English. "Noble, bright." Bert and Ethelbert are more widely used as children's names compared to other variations.

Var. of Fabian. Source fr. Latin language. "Bean." Not in Top 2000.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -bert names for boys.

1. Albert - Fabert
Albert [Bert, Elbert, Aubert, Delbert, Dalbert, Ailbert, ..], Bert, Berthold [Bert], Berton [Bert], Bertram [Bert], Burton [Bert], Calvert [Calbert], Colbert [Culbert], Colby [Colbert], Cuthbert, Dagobert [Dagbert], Dalbert [Delbert], Delbert [Bert, Dilbert, Dalbert], Eberhard [Ebert], Edbert, Egbert [Ecbert, Eckbert], Elbert, Engelbert [Bert, Inglebert, Ingelbert], Ethelbert [Bert], Fabian [Fabert]

Filbert [Bert, Philbert, Phillbert, Philibert], Fulbright [Fulbert, Philbert, Phillbert, Philibert], Gilbert [Bert, Guilbert, Giselbert], Halbert, Herbert [Bert, Harbert, Herbert, Heribert], Heribert, Hobart [Hobert], Hubert [Bert], Hulbert [Bert], Humbert, Hurlbert [Hulbert], Inglebert [Ingbert, Ingelbert], Lambert [Bert, Landbert], Norbert [Bert], Obert, Osbert, Radbert, Rigoberto [Rigobert], Robert [Bert], Roxbert

Schubert [Shubert], Seabert [Sebert, Seibert], Talbet [Talbert], Thorbert [Torbert], Wilbert

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