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Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Robert"

People with the first name "Robert"

Robert A Neff Robert A. Nagy Robert Ackley Robert Aerts Robert Ahsendorf Robert Akizuki Robert Alex Robert Allison Robert Amador Robert Amir Robert Andrews Robert Arndt Robert Asam Robert Baker Robert Bechler Robert Berger Robert Blackmon Robert Boyd Robert Burdy Robert Carroll Robert Casey Robert Chaber Robert Chowthi Robert Coenen Robert Cromb Robert Day Robert Degroot Robert Dittrich Robert Dollinger Robert Duenner Robert Dussault Robert Dybowski Robert Enke Robert Erdmann Robert Esgro Robert Frame Robert Gallegos Robert Gierens Robert Girts Robert Goebel Robert Graff Robert Graham-Bryce Robert Haller Robert Halminski Robert Hanea Robert Hardin Robert Hoiss Robert Hoppe Robert Horner Robert Horton Robert Hunt Robert Huray Robert Izzo Robert J Biro Robert Jabbour Robert Jason Robert K McMeekin Robert Kayatoe Robert Kennedy Robert Kinyanjui Robert Kleinmann Robert Kosmala Robert Kovac Robert Kovačič Robert Kugler Robert Kurth Robert Lambert Robert Lange Robert Leach Robert Lentz Robert Leonard Robert Louis Robert Madden Robert Mcgregor Robert Murphy Robert Nadrich Robert Olsen Robert Peters Robert Pintarelli Robert Pires Robert Porter Robert Rice Robert Rieger Robert Ritter Robert Rudowski Robert Schweizer Robert Scoble Robert Steffy Robert Steinacker Robert Strohbach Robert Szafarz Robert Szymczak Robert Taurosa Robert Thern Robert Treat Robert Tscherner Robert Vogt Robert Walewski Robert Wright Robert Wysocki

Information about "Robert"

Name-day: 7.6., 17.9.

For this Robert there are 143675 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 140 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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