Albert (given name)

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Albert
Gender Male
Language(s) Germanic
Origin
Meaning Noble and Bright

Albert is a masculine given name. It is derived from the Germanic words adal "noble" and beraht - "right".[1] Albert may refer to:

Translations[edit]

  • Albanian: Albert
  • Arabic: ألبرت
  • Armenian: Ալբերտ (Albert)
  • Bengali: আলবার্ট ( Ālabārṭa)
  • Breton: Alberzh
  • Catalan: Albert
  • Croatian: Albert
  • Czech: Albert
  • Dutch: Albert
  • Estonian: Albert
  • Finnish: Albert, Alpertti
  • French: Albert, pronounced: [albeʁ]
  • Galician: Alberte, Alberto and Albertos
  • Georgian: ალბერტ (Albert)
  • German: Albrecht
  • Greek: Αλβέρτος (Alvértos)
  • Gujarati: આલ્બર્ટ ( Ālbarṭa)
  • Hebrew: אלברט (Albert)
  • Hindi: अल्बर्ट ( Albarṭa)
  • Icelandic: Albert
  • Italian: Alberto
  • Japanese: アルバート ( Arubāto)
  • Kannada: ಆಲ್ಬರ್ಟ್ ( Ālbarṭ)
  • Khmer: អាល់ប៊ើត (Albeut)
  • Korean: 알버트 (Albeoteu)
  • Latin: Albertus
  • Lithuanian: Albertas
  • Mongolian: Альберт (Alibyert)
  • Nepali: अल्बर्ट ( Albarṭa)
  • Norwegian: Albert
  • Old English: Æthelberht
  • Persian: آلبرت
  • Polish: Albert, Olbracht
  • Portuguese: Alberto
  • Punjabi: ਐਲਬਰਟ ( Ailabaraṭa)
  • Russian: Альберт (Albert)
  • Serbian: Алберт/Albert
  • Slovak: Albert
  • Slovene: Albert
  • Spanish: Alberto
  • Swedish: Albert
  • Tamil: ஆல்பர்ட் ( Ālparṭ)
  • Thai: อัลเบิร์ ( Xạlbeir̒)
  • Turkish: Alper
  • Tatar: Альберт (Albert)
  • Urdu: البرٹ
  • Yiddish: אַלבערט

Notable people named Albert[edit]

Fictional characters:

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