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Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Robert"

People with the first name "Robert"

Robert Addams Robert Arn Robert Atkinson Robert Bailey Robert Balint Robert Bame Robert Barnard Robert Boggs Robert Bosch Robert Braun Robert Burns Robert Carpenter Robert Castiglione Robert Cavagnaro Robert Charles Robert Chmielewski Robert Clause Robert Clemens Robert Coleman Robert Collins Robert Collymore Robert Comstock Robert Cormack Robert Cromeans Robert Cruz Robert Cvelbar Robert Davies Robert Deak Robert Dempster Robert Douglas Robert Duat Robert Esnayra Robert F. Grech Robert Fearnley Robert Ferguson Robert Fischer Robert Forcelli Robert Francis Robert Garten Robert Geisendaffer Robert Glenn Robert Gojani Robert Hansen Robert Hoffmann Robert Hohmann Robert Hudson Robert Imhoff Robert Ivanovic Robert Jung Robert Kirk Robert Klatt Robert Korcz Robert Lindemann-Berk Robert Liu Robert Lopez Robert Maldonado Robert Martinez Robert Miles Robert Molnar Robert Musil Robert Nagy Robert Nelson Robert Norton Robert Ortega Robert P. Hubbes Robert Page Robert Peary Robert Peter Robert Pettinson Robert Raymond Robert Reczko Robert Reil Robert Ricketts Robert Rothenberg Robert Rovy Robert Ruvolo Robert S Desantis Robert Schlegel Robert Schmid Robert Schneider Robert Scholz Robert Schulte Robert Schuster Robert Stevens Robert Tanujaya Robert Tatum Robert Thelen Robert Tierney Robert Trent Robert Troyer Robert Turner Robert Vidovic Robert Vincent Robert Vreeland Robert W. Porche Robert Wassenberg Robert Weigel Robert Westphal Robert Wolf Robert Zrim

Information about "Robert"

Name-day: 7.6., 17.9.

For this Robert there are 115685 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Robert are: Jones, Auer

In the ranking of the most common first names Robert is on position 4.

During the last seven days Robert was searched for 1975 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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