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Ailbhe is an Irish name. It was originally a male name, and was frequently anglicized as Albert (a name to which it is etymologically unrelated), but is now more commonly a female name. Famous bearers of the name include:
- Ailbhe, another name for Saint Ailbe (died 528)
- Ailbhe of Ceann Mhara (died 814), cleric
- Ailbe Ua Maíl Mhuaidh (died 1223), bishop
- Ailbhe Mac Shamhráin (1954–2011), historian and Celticist
- Ailbhe Ní Ghearbhuigh (born 1984), poet
- Ailbe, the dog in The Tale of Mac Da Thó's Pig
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