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Origin or Ethnicity
Its source is Herebeorht, an Ancient Germanic name meaning "Illustrious warrior."
This boy's name is used in English, French, Hungarian and Czech.
Nicknames: Bert, Bertie, Herb and Herbie
Variant Forms: Hebert
Non-English Forms: Eriberto, Heribert, Heriberto, Rigoberto and Herberto
Source Forms: Herebeorht
The name Herbert ranked 130th in popularity for males of all ages in a sample of the 1990 US Census.
This name is highly rated in the 1990 U.S. Census popularity survey of all ages, but after 1960 does not appear in the state data listing the most popular baby names.
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