Gellért represents three unrelated but interchangeable first names (and subsequently surnames) shared by several people and places:
The Hungarian first name "Gellért" (anglicized Gellert, policized Gelert) is a variant of the English name Gerard, from the elements ger-, "spear", and -(h)ard, "strong".
- Hugo Gellert (Gellért Hugó) (1892 – 1985), radical Hungarian-American illustrator and muralist.
- Imre Gellért (1888 – 1981), Hungarian gymnast.
- Jay Gellert (b. 1956), American CEO.
- Lawrence Gellert (1898 – 1979), American music collector of Hungarian ancestry.
- Gellért Ivancsics (b. 1987), Hungarian soccer player.
- Gellert Tamas (b. 1963), Swedish writer.
- Elżbieta Gelert (b. 1955), Polish politician.
- Saint Gellért, the name by which the Hungarian bishop Gerard Sagredo (980 – 1046) is commonly known.
- Gellért Hill, a hill named after Gerard Sagredo in Budapest.
- Gellért Hill Cave, a cave in Gellért Hill which contains a church.
- Gellért Hill Calvary, a calvary that was once on Gellért Hill.
- Gellért Baths, baths in Budapest named for Gerard Sagredo.
- Hotel Gellért, a hotel named for the baths.
- Christian Fürchtegott Gellert (1715–1769), German poet.
- Gellert Grindelwald (1882–1998), character from the Harry Potter sequence.
- Rayna Gellert (b. 1976), American fiddler.
- Gelhart Berger, play on the name "Gerhard Berger" in Michael Andretti's World GP.
- Gellert, a neighborhood of Basel, Switzerland
A variant spelling of Gelert (see below).
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