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Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Robert"

People with the first name "Robert"

Robert A Neff Robert Aafjes Robert Algervik Robert Amos Robert Arevalo Robert Belfiore Robert Bellavia Robert Bichara Robert Bier Robert Brannon Robert Buchnajzer Robert C Wright Robert C. Guillemette Robert Caldwell Robert Carter Robert Chajczuk Robert Chudaszek Robert Crowe Robert Daniel Robert Deal Robert Dean Robert Dennison Robert Dombrowski Robert Downey Robert Eldridge Robert Franklin Robert Gardner Robert Ghazaryan Robert Gibbons Robert Gogala Robert Goossens Robert Gordon Robert Graf Robert Gromadzki Robert Gufler Robert Harris Robert Haschick Robert Haskins Robert Hauer Robert Heindel Robert Heindl Robert Hennig Robert Hofmann Robert Horn Robert Horry Robert Horsley Robert Horvath Robert Houston Robert Hughart Robert J Biro Robert Jakovljevic Robert Jankowski Robert Karaqi Robert Kiyosaki Robert Kleszcz Robert Knapp Robert Knight Robert Kokoli Robert Krajewski Robert Lakic Robert Leonard Robert Lesjak Robert Lester Robert Levy Robert Lockhart Robert Logan Robert Lyons Robert M. Ricks Robert Mansour Robert Mcmullen Robert Mooney Robert Moser Robert Mullen Robert Nawrocki Robert Nitsch Robert Peluso Robert Pena Robert Porth Robert Powers Robert Schorr Robert Schwartz Robert Schweizer Robert Semethy Robert Simon Robert Steinbacher Robert Steiner Robert Stokes Robert Szudra Robert Tichauer Robert Toomer Robert Trgina Robert Vasquez Robert Veres Robert Vos Robert Watts Robert Wilk Robert Williamson Robert Winkler Robert Zobel Robert Zovko

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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