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Egbert is a name that derives from old Germanic words meaning "bright edge", such as that of a blade. Anglo-Saxon variant spellings include Ecgberht and Ecgbert. German variant spellings include Ekbert and Ecbert.
People named Egbert
- Ecgberht of Kent, king in of Kent (ruled 664–673)
- Saint Ecgberht of Ripon, hermit and missionary in Northumbria (died 729)
- Ecgbert (bishop), archbishop of York (died 766)
- Egbert II of Kent, king of Kent (died c. 784)
- Egbert of Lindisfarne, bishop of Lindisfarne (died 821)
- Egbert of Wessex, king of Wessex (ruled 802–839)
- Ecgberht I of Northumbria, king of Northumbria (deposed 872; died 873)
- Ecgberht II of Northumbria, king of Northumbria (ruled c. 876–883)
- Egbert (archbishop of Trier), (c. 950–993)
- Egbert I, Margrave of Meissen (d. 1068)
- Egbert II, Margrave of Meissen (c. 1060–1090)
People with the first name Egbert
- Egbert Cleave (fl. 1870s), American author
- Egbert Nathaniel Dawkins III (born 1979), better known under his stage name Aloe Blacc, American musician
- Egbert Stephens (born 1952), Guyanese cricketer
- Egbert Ten Eyck (1779–1844), US congressman from New York
- Egbert Van Alstyne (1878–1951), American songwriter and pianist
People with the surname Egbert
- Albert Gallatin Egbert (1828–1896), U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania
- Harry C. Egbert (1839–1899), Brigadier General in the U.S. Army
- James Chidester Egbert, Jr. (1859–1948), American classical scholar and educator
- James Dallas Egbert III (1962–1980), American college student involved in a widely covered disappearance.
- John Egbert, fictional character in the webcomic Homestuck
- Joseph Egbert (1807–1888), U.S. Representative from New York
- Rae L. Egbert (1891–1964), New York politician
- Sherwood Egbert(1920–1969), president of Studebaker-Packard Corporation
- William Egbert (1857–1836), Canadian physician and politician
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