Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Robert"

People with the first name "Robert"

Robert A. Pittman Robert A. Scherl Robert Aggensteiner Robert Allan Robert Alzinger Robert Amato Robert Andrew Robert Badgerow Robert Badziak Robert Basic Robert Beal Robert Bianchi Robert Bidochon Robert Bozic Robert Buckingham Robert Burns Robert Christ Robert Comstock Robert Crouch Robert Dantlinger Robert Dean Robert Delgado Robert Detzler Robert Donnelly Robert Douglas Robert Downey Robert Dziuba Robert Ellis Robert Esposito Robert Eyyubov Robert F. Rathbone Robert Ferguson Robert Fisher Robert Fitzgerald Robert Forcelli Robert Garrett Robert Gasik Robert Geerlings Robert Gerard Robert Gilbert Robert Glover Robert Goro Robert Hache Robert Henry Robert Hinrichs Robert Janitzek Robert Joseph Robert Kemp Robert Konopacki Robert Krajewski Robert Kranendonk Robert Krause Robert Kuok Robert Kwiek Robert Lenzi Robert Levitt Robert Lewis Robert Lokar Robert Lopez Robert Manzano Robert Martin Robert Martinez Robert Mason Robert Michael Robert Mihai Robert Millan Robert Miller Robert Mitchell Robert Musil Robert Neu Robert Pascal Robert Patinsson Robert Peary Robert Peterson Robert Phelps Robert Plank Robert Preiss Robert Price Robert Rajasekhar Robert Robinson Robert Rodriguez Robert Sanders Robert Sarrazin Robert Saxe Robert Selwyn Robert Sheats Robert Simmons Robert Smeallie Robert Steele Robert Tanujaya Robert Taylor Robert Thompson Robert Tobin Robert Velghe Robert Widmann Robert Wiviott Robert Zielinski Robert Zimmermann Robert Zirpolo Robert Znajomski
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Information about "Robert"

Name-day: 7.6., 17.9.

For this Robert there are 143670 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Robert are: Jones, Johnson

In the ranking of the most common first names Robert is on position 5.

During the last seven days Robert was searched for 225 times.

Meaning of "Robert"

Male first name (German, English, French, Scandinavian): Robert; Old High (two-part name); hruod = fame; beraht = bright, shiny, old Germanic or German two-part name, common in the Middle Ages in Northern France and from there, England brought

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