Gellért

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Gellért represents three unrelated but interchangeable first names (and subsequently surnames) shared by several people and places:

Hungarian[edit]

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".

German[edit]

The German first name "Gellert", "Gelhardt", or "Gelhart" is from the elements gel(t)-, "to pay", and -hardt, "strong".[1] The German last name is usually a variant of Geller.[1]

Welsh[edit]

A variant spelling of Gelert (see below).

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