Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Herbert"

People with the first name "Herbert"

Herbert A Werner Herbert Abrams Herbert Amann Herbert Arnold Herbert Bauer Herbert Baum Herbert Baumeister Herbert Baur Herbert Bautista Herbert Becker Herbert Black Herbert Blum Herbert Brunner Herbert Cameron Herbert Copeland Herbert Daniel Herbert Daub Herbert Dietrich Herbert Duin Herbert E. Müller Herbert Edwards Herbert Eibel Herbert Einsiedler Herbert Engels Herbert Fink Herbert Flowers Herbert Franz Herbert Fritz Herbert Futter Herbert Gerl Herbert Gibbs Herbert Griffin Herbert Grönemeyer Herbert Gutierrez Herbert Hamann Herbert Heller Herbert Hofer Herbert Hoffmann Herbert Holden Herbert Huber Herbert Höckl Herbert Ipser Herbert J Larios Herbert Karliner Herbert Kaysen Herbert Klammer Herbert Kostner Herbert Krätschel Herbert Lang Herbert Lange Herbert Lenz Herbert Lewis Herbert Lex Herbert Löh Herbert Mager Herbert Martin Herbert Mayr Herbert Meier Herbert Moor Herbert Morton Herbert Mukiibi Herbert Müller Herbert Nagel Herbert Niebling Herbert Nitzlnader Herbert Noichl Herbert Nsanze Herbert Ogunde Herbert Osei Herbert Ospelt Herbert Otto Herbert P Baum Herbert P. Fasching Herbert Paffen Herbert Patrick Herbert Pikl Herbert Pixner Herbert Quandt Herbert Rehbein Herbert Roters Herbert Roth Herbert Schaaff Herbert Schambeck Herbert Schein Herbert Schildt Herbert Schmidt Herbert Schmitt Herbert Schneider Herbert Schäfer Herbert Singleton Herbert Smith Herbert Stegemann Herbert W. Wolf Herbert Weber Herbert Weiss Herbert Wigwe Herbert Wikheim Herbert Wilson Herbert Zimmermann Herbert Von Fragstein
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Information about "Herbert"

Name-day: 16.3.

For this Herbert there are 15922 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Herbert are: Stegemann, Ascher, Bunzenthal

In the ranking of the most common first names Herbert is on position 513.

During the last seven days Herbert was searched for 16 times.

Meaning of "Herbert"

Male first name (German, English, French): Herbert, Old High (two-part name); heri = the army, the soldier beraht = bright, shiny, old German two-part name, spread by the name of Saint Heribert, Archbishop of Cologne (10 ./11 cent.)

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