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The name Robert is an ancient Germanic given name, from Proto-Germanic *Hrōþi- "fame" and *berhta- "bright" (Hrōþiberhtaz).[1] Compare Old Dutch Robrecht and Old High German Hrodebert (a compound of Hruod (Old Norse: Hróðr) "fame, glory, renown" and berht "bright"). It is also in use as a surname.[2][3] After becoming widely used in Continental Europe it entered England in its Old French form Robert, where an Old English cognate form (Hrēodbēorht, Hrodberht, Hrēodbēorð, Hrœdbœrð, Hrœdberð, Hrōðberχt) had existed before the Norman Conquest. The feminine version is Roberta. The Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish form is Roberto. Robert is also a common name in many Germanic languages, including English, German, Dutch, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, and Icelandic. It can be used as a French, Irish, Scottish, Finnish, and Estonian name as well.


1 Variations 2 Trivia 3 Geographical distribution 4 People with the name

4.1 Royalty 4.2 Nobility 4.3 Religious figures and saints 4.4 Presidents and Prime Ministers 4.5 Wartime Figures 4.6 Explorers 4.7 Movie industry 4.8 Musicians 4.9 Scientists 4.10 Criminals 4.11 Political Figures 4.12 Literary figures 4.13 Businessmen 4.14 Astronauts 4.15 Others

5 People with the surname 6 Fictional characters 7 In different languages 8 See also 9 References


Bert, Bertie, Berto, Bertus (also short for Albert) Beto, Betinho (Portuguese) Bo, Bob, Bobbie, Bobby Chrodobert, Chrodobrecht (Frankish) Dobbie, Dobby Hob, Hopkin (Medieval English) Hopcyn (Welsh) Hrodberaht, Hrodebert, Hrodpreht (Old High German) Rab, Rabbie (Scots) Raibeart (Scottish Gaelic) Rhobert (Welsh) Roibeárd, Riobárd (Irish) Rob, Robb, Robbie, Robby (also short for Robin) Robbe (Dutch, Frisian and Low German short form) Roban Robban (Swedish) Robbert (Dutch) Robbi, Hrobbi, Hrobjartur (Icelandic) Robercik or Robuś (Polish, "Little Robert") Robere (Old French) Ροβῆρος, Rovēros (Greek) Róbert (Hungarian, Icelandic, Slovak) Robertas (Lithuanian) Roberto (Italian, Portuguese, Spanish) Robertino (Italian, "Little Robert") Robertinho (Portuguese, "Little Robert") Ροβέρτος, Rovértos (Greek) Raivo (Estonian) Roberts, Raivis (Latvian) Robertson (English given name) Robertus (Latin) Robetus (Medieval misspelling?) Robi (Croatian, Hungarian, Romanian, Serbian) Röbi (Swiss German)

Robin (Medieval diminutive in English, Dutch, Swedish) Robo Robrecht (Old Dutch) Rochbert Rodbeard, Rodbeart Rodbert, Rodebert, Rotbert, Roteberht, Rotebert (Germanic) Rodbertus, Rodepertus (Latin) Rodebrecht (Old German) Röpke (Low German diminutive form) Rotbryht (Old English) Rothbert Roopertti, Pertti, Roope (Finnish) Ropars, Ropartz, Roparzh (Breton) Ruben, Rupen, Roupen (Armenian) Reuben (Hebrew) Rutbert, Rubert, Ruby (Old Dutch) Rudebet, Rudbert, Rudpert, Rudbrecht, Rudprecht Rupert (Dutch, English, German, Polish) Ruperto (Spanish) Rupertus, Rvpertvs (Latin) Rutpert, Ruppert, Rupprecht, Ruprecht (Upper German) Trebor (reversal) Feminine forms: Bobbi, Bobbie Robbi, Robbie Roberta Robertina, Robertine Robina Robyn, Robynne Ruprette, Rupretta (archaic French) Surnames: Roberts, Robertson, Roberson, Robinson, Roth, Robero, Romero

Trivia The name Robert was also a royal name in France, Germany and England during medieval period. Robert was the name of several kings, dukes, and other rulers and noblemen. Robert, and also the name Joseph, were in the top 10 most given boys' names in the US for 47 years, from 1925 to 1972.[4] In Italy during the Second World War, the form of the name, Roberto, briefly acquired a new meaning derived from, and referring to the Rome-Berlin-Tokyo Axis.[5]

Geographical distribution As of 2014, 27.0% of all known bearers of the surname Robert were residents of France (frequency 1:472), 22.8% of Tanzania (1:434), 10.6% of Nigeria (1:3,177), 6.0% of the United States (1:11,438), 3.7% of Canada (1:1,926), 2.9% of Papua New Guinea (1:534), 2.5% of Malawi (1:1,335), 2.2% of Kenya (1:3,929), 2.1% of Rwanda (1:1,018), 1.9% of Togo (1:721), 1.3% Haiti (1:1,631), 1.2% of Belgium (1:1,822), 1.2% of Liberia (1:722), 1.1% of Sudan (1:6,756) and 1.1% of South Africa (1:9,780). In France, the frequency of the surname was higher than national average (1:472) in the following regions:[6]

1. Réunion (1:56) 2. Collectivity of Saint Martin (1:119) 3. Saint Pierre and Miquelon (1:337) 4. Pays de la Loire (1:369) 5. Brittany (1:378) 6. Bourgogne-Franche-Comté (1:414) 7. Centre-Val de Loire (1:420) 8. Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes (1:432) 9. Nouvelle-Aquitaine (1:471) People with the name Royalty See also: List of rulers named Robert Kings of Scotland Robert I of Scotland (1274–1329) ("Robert the Bruce"), King and National Hero of Scotland, one of the most prominent and skilled warriors of his time Robert II of Scotland Robert III of Scotland Kings of France Robert I of France Robert II of France King of Naples Robert of Naples Dukes of Normandy Robert I, Duke of Normandy, also known as Robert the Magnificent or Robert the Devil; father of William the Conqueror Robert Curthose, son of William the Conqueror Duke of Chartres Prince Robert, Duke of Chartres, Crown Prince of France (1840–1910) Duke of Parma Robert I, Duke of Parma Earl of Leicester and Lord of Denbigh Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester, British statesman and member of the British Royal Family Count of Flanders Robert I, Count of Flanders Robert II, Count of Flanders Crown Prince of Bavaria Robert I, crown prince of Bavaria, last heir apparent to the Bavarian throne, one of the most prominent military commanders of World War I, claimant to the thrones of England, Scotland and Ireland Latin Emperor and Emperor of Constantinopole Robert I, Latin Emperor, Latin Emperor of Constantinopole Duke of Sicily and Prince of Benevento Robert Guiscard, Norman nobleman, adventurer and explorer, leader of the conquest of southern Italy and Sicily Nobility Robert Carey, 1st Earl of Monmouth Robert Cecil, 1st Earl of Salisbury Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex, English nobleman and military commander, one of the principal commanders of English Armada, Capture of Cadiz and Irish Nine Years' War Robert Devereux, 3rd Earl of Essex Religious figures and saints See also: Saint Robert (other) Saint Robert Bellarmine, Jesuit Doctor of the Church (died in 1621) Saint Robert of Molesme, founder of the Cistercian Order (d. 1111) Saint Robert of Newminster, established the Abbey of Newminster near the castle of Ralph de Merlay, at Morpeth, Northumberland (d. 1159) Saint Robert de Turlande, founding abbot of the Abbey of Casa Dei, also called Chaise-Dieu (d. 1067) Presidents and Prime Ministers Lord Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury, British statesman, serving as Prime Minister three times for a total of over thirteen years, one of the principal commanders of Second Boer War; Robert Fico, Slovak politician who served as Prime Minister of Slovakia from 2012 to 2018 Robert Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of Liverpool, British statesman and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1812–1827 Robert Kocharyan, Armenian politician who served as the second president of Armenia between 1998 and 2008, one of the principal commanders of Nagorno-Karabakh War; Sir Robert Menzies, Australian politician who twice served as Prime Minister of Australia, in office from 1939 to 1941 and again from 1949 to 1966 Robert Mugabe, former Zimbabwean politician and revolutionary, Prime Minister of Zimbabwe from 1980 to 1987 and President from 1987 to 2017, one of the principal commanders of Rhodesian Bush War; Sir Robert Peel, British statesman who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom; Robert Schuman, Luxembourg-born French statesman, Christian Democrat, activist, Prime Minister of France, a reformist Minister of Finance and a Foreign Minister, one of the founders of the European Union, the Council of Europe and NATO; Sir Robert Stout, New Zealand politician who served as 13th Prime Minister of New Zealand on two occasions in the 19th century, and later Chief Justice of New Zealand; Robert Themptander, Swedish politician and public official who served as Prime Minister of Sweden from 1884 to 1888 Sir Robert Walpole, British statesman who served as the first Prime Minister of Great Britain Wartime Figures Sir Robert Borden, Canadian lawyer and politician who served as the eighth prime minister of Canada, best known for his leadership of Canada during World War I; Robert Blake, British Royal Navy officer and one of the most important military commanders of the Commonwealth of England, one of the most famous English admirals of the 17th century Baron Robert Clive, British army officer and privateer who established the military and political supremacy of the East India Company in Bengal, served as the Commander-in-Chief of British India Robert E. Cushman Jr., United States Marine Corps general who served as the 25th Commandant of the Marine Corps Robert Gysae, a Nazi German U-boat commander in the Kriegsmarine during World War II, one of the main commanders of Battle of the Atlantic Robert E. Lee, American and Confederate general, commander of the Confederate States Army during American Civil War, one of the moust famous military commanders of his time, considered one of the greatest generals of all time; Robert Ley, DAF führer of Nazi Germany (head of the German Labour Front), high-ranking member of the SS, labour and economical leader of Nazi Germany, creator of NSDAP School system, also known for his role in the Holocaust and Aktion T4; Robert A. Little, World War I fighter pilot and the most successful Australian flying ace; Robert A. Lovett, fourth United States Secretary of Defense, one of the principal commanders of Korean War Robert McNamara, American business executive and the eighth United States Secretary of Defense, principal commander of Cuban Missile Crisis, one of the principal commanders of Vietnam War Robert Mulka, German Nazi SS-Obersturmführer, commander of Auschwitz concentration camp, holocaust perpetrator who played a major role in the transformation of Auschwitz from a concentration camp into an extermination complex; Robert Nivelle, French artillery officer who served as one of the principal commanders of the Boxer Rebellion and led the french forces during World War I as commander in-chief of French army, one of the principal commanders of many WWI battles, including Battle of Verdun, the longest battle in history; Robert Patterson, Irish-born United States major general during the American Civil War Robert Ritter von Greim, Nazi German Field Marshal and pilot, second and last supreme commander of German Air Forces "Luftwaffe", one of Nazi Germanys most decorated and skillful generals, one of the principal commanders of Operation Barbarossa, Battle of Britain, Battle of Kursk, Operation Weserübung, Eastern Front, Western Front and Battle of Berlin; Robert Stanford Tuck, British fighter pilot, flying ace, and test pilot, member of the Royal Air Force, war hero of World War II Robert Viren, general, admiral and career naval officer in the Imperial Russian Navy in Russian Empire, one of the main commanders of Russo-Japanese War; Robert Wagner, Gauleiter of Baden, Gauleiter of Alsace and Head of the Civil Government of Alsace during the Nazi German occupation of France during World War II, one of the major perpetrators of the Holocaust, executed for war crimes; Explorers Robert Bartlett, Newfoundland-born American Arctic explorer of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, accompanied United States Navy Commander Robert Peary on his attempts to reach the North Pole Robert O'Hara Burke, Irish soldier and police officer who explored Australia, leader of the first expedition to cross Australia from south to north Robert Dudley, English explorer and cartographer Sir Robert McClure, Irish explorer of the Arctic who in 1854 traversed the Northwest Passage by boat and sledge and was the first to circumnavigate the Americas Robert Peary, American explorer and United States Navy officer who made several expeditions to the Arctic, reached the geographic North Pole with his expedition on April 6, 1909, believed to be the first man to have ever reached the North Pole Robert Falcon Scott, British Royal Navy officer and explorer who led two expeditions to the Antarctic regions, one of the greatest explorers of all time Movie industry Robert Altman, (1925–2006) American film director, screenwriter, and producer; Robert "Bob" Bergen, American voice actor Robert Cummings, American actor; Robert De Niro, American actor, director and producer; Robert Downey Jr, American actor; Robert Duvall, American actor; Robert Englund, American actor, best known for portraying the serial killer Freddy Krueger in The Nightmare on Elm Street film series; Robert Hardy, British actor; Robert F. Hughes, American television director; Robert "Rob" Knox, British actor; Robert "Rob" Minkoff, American film director; Robert Montgomery, American actor, director and producer; Robert Pattinson, British actor; Robert Redford, American actor, director and producer; Robert Rodriguez, American film director, screenwriter and producer; Robert Ryan, American actor; Robert Schwentke, German film director; Robert Adolf Stemmle, German screenwriter and film director; Robert Taylor, American actor, one of the most famous Hollywood actors of his time; Robert Vaughn, American actor; Robert Wagner, American actor; Robert Walker, American actor; Robert Wise, American film director; Robert Young, American actor; Robert Zemeckis, American film director, screenwriter and producer, best known for his Back to the Future film trilogy. Musicians Robert Alzate, real name of the progressive house record producer and DJ KhoMha; Robert "Rob" Bourdon, American musician, drummer and founding member of the rock band Linkin Park Robert van de Corput, real name of the award-winning Dutch DJ and music producer Hardwell; Robert Francis (musician), American multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter; Robert "Bobby" Hackett, American jazz musician Robert Hughes, real name of the Canadian trap music DJ and record producer Vincent; Robert Johnson, American blues singer-songwriter and musician; Robert "Bob" Marley, Jamaican singer-songwriter Robert Miles, Swiss-born Italian DJ and record producer, inventor of the dream trance genre; Robert Nickson, English/Norwegian DJ based in The Netherlands; Robert Palmer (singer), English composer, songwriter, singer and record producer; Robert Plant, English singer, songwriter, and musician, lead singer and lyricist of the English rock band Led Zeppelin; Robert Ritchie, American singer-songwriter, rapper, musician, record producer, and actor known as Kid Rock; Robert Schumann, German composer and music critic, one of the greatest composers of romantic era; Robert "Bob" Seger, American singer-songwriter and guitarist Robert Smith, lead singer of The Cure; Robert "Rob" Swire, British electronic music producer and DJ, also known as one of the members of dubstep/electro house duo Knife Party and drum and bass band Pendulum; Robert Trujillo, American singer and songwriter, one of the members of American heavy metal band Metallica; Robert Volkmann, German composer Robert van Winkle, real name of American rapper, actor, and television host Vanilla Ice Robert Allen Zimmerman, real name of American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan. Scientists Robert Boyle, British natural philosopher, chemist, physicist, and inventor, first modern chemist, and one of the founders of modern chemistry, and one of the pioneers of modern experimental scientific method Robert F. Christy, Canadian-American theoretical physicist, astrophysicist, one of the last surviving people to have worked on the Manhattan Project during World War II, president of California Institute of Technology (Caltech) Robert H. Goddard, American engineer, professor, physicist, and inventor, credited with creating and building the world's first liquid-fueled rocket, father of the modern rocketry Robert J. Van de Graaff, engineer and physicist, inventor of high-voltage Van de Graaff generators Robert Hooke, English natural philosopher, architect and polymath Sir Robert Jones, 1st Baronet, Welsh orthopaedic surgeon who helped to establish the modern specialty of orthopaedic surgery in Britain, early proponent of the use of radiography in orthopaedics, and described the eponymous Jones fracture Robert Koch, German physician and microbiologist, founder of modern bacteriology, received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1905 for his research on Tuberculosis Robert Andrews Millikan, American experimental physicist honored with the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1923 for the measurement of the elementary electric charge and for his work on the photoelectric effect Robert Oppenheimer, American theoretical physicist, professor of physics at the University of California, wartime head of the Los Alamos Laboratory, developer and inventor of the atomic bomb Sir Robert Robinson, Nobel Prize and Medal of Freedom winning British organic chemist Robert A. Rolfe, English botanist specialising in the study of orchids Robert Shapiro, professor emeritus of chemistry at New York University, best known for his work on the origin of life Robert Winston, British professor, medical doctor, scientist Robert W. Wood, American physicist and inventor who is often cited as being a pivotal contributor to the field of optics and a pioneer of infrared and ultraviolet photography Robert J. White, American neurosurgeon best known for his head transplants on living monkeys Criminals Robert Berdella, American serial killer, known as The Kansas City Butcher and The Collector Robert Black, Scottish serial killer Robert Newton Ford, 19th century American outlaw Robert Hansen, American serial killer Robert Pickton, Canadian serial murderer Robert Ben Rhoades, American serial killer Robert Shelton (Ku Klux Klan), leader of United Klans of America, a Ku Klux Klan group Robert Stroud, a convicted murderer, American federal prisoner and author who has been cited as one of the most notorious criminals in the United States Robert Lee Yates, American serial killer from Spokane, Washington Political Figures Robert Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Earl of Lytton, English statesman, Conservative politician, and poet, who served as Viceroy of India between 1876 and 1880 and British Ambassador to France from 1887 to 1891 Robert J. Bentley, American politician and physician who served as the 53rd Governor of Alabama from 2011 until 2017; Robert Brent, the first Mayor of Washington, D.C., the federal capital of the United States; Robert J. Bulkley, United States Democratic Party Politician from Ohio; Robert Carter I, American colonist, Colonial Governor of Virginia and Speaker of the Virginia House of Burgesses; Robert Cecil, 1st Viscount Cecil of Chelwood, British lawyer, politician and diplomat, one of the architects of the League of Nations; Robert T. Conrad, the first mayor of Philadelphia to take office following the Consolidation Act of 1854; Robert Crewe-Milnes, 1st Marquess of Crewe, Secretary of State for India during World War I Robert Crosser, U.S. Representative from Ohio, the longest serving member of the United States House of Representatives from the state of Ohio Sir Robert Dashwood, 1st Baronet, English politician Robert Budd Dwyer, the 30th State Treasurer of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; Robert "Rob" Ford, Canadian politician and businessman who served as the 64th Mayor of Toronto; Robert G. Harper, a Federalist, member of the United States Senate from Maryland, serving from January 1816 until December of the same year; Robert King High, American politician who served as 29th mayor of the city of Miami; Robert Hunter, British military officer, colonial governor of New York and New Jersey from 1710 to 1720, and governor of Jamaica from 1727 to 1734; Sir Robert Inglis, 2nd Baronet, English Conservative politician; Robert F. Kennedy, American politician and lawyer who served as a United States Senator for New York, assassinated in June 1968; Robert M. La Follette, American lawyer and politician who served as the 20th Governor of Wisconsin; Robert Lee Henry, Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives from Texas from 1897 to 1917; Robert Todd Lincoln, American politician, lawyer, and businessman, the first son of Abraham Lincoln Robert R. Livingston, American lawyer, politician, diplomat from New York, and a Founding Father of the United States Robert Lowry, American politician and a Confederate States Army general during the American Civil War, who served as 32nd Governor of Mississippi; Sir Robert Mansell, English Royal Navy officer and a Member of Parliament (MP), mostly for Welsh constituencies, one of the principal commanders of Battle of the Narrow Seas Robert Smalls, American businessman, publisher, and politician who, born into slavery in Beaufort, South Carolina, freed himself, his crew, and their families during the American Civil War by commandeering a Confederate transport ship, CSS Planter in 1862 Robert Smith, second United States Secretary of the Navy from 1801 to 1809 and the sixth United States Secretary of State from 1809 to 1811 Sir Robert Southwell, Irish diplomat, Secretary of State for Ireland and President of the Royal Society from 1690 Robert Stewart, Viscount Castlereagh, Irish/British statesman, British Foreign Secretary, central to the management of the coalition that defeated Napoleon, principal British diplomat at the Congress of Vienna, leader of the British House of Commons in the Liverpool, Chief Secretary for Ireland, one of the pricipal leaders of Irish Rebellion of 1798 Robert Marcellus Stewart, 14th Governor of Missouri from 1857 to 1861, during the years just prior to the American Civil War; Robert III de La Marck, Seigneur of Fleuranges, Marshal of France Robert H. Morris, 64th mayor of New York City; Robert S. Mueller III, American attorney who served as the sixth Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) from 2001 to 2013; Robert Roosevelt, a sportsman, author and politician who served as a United States Representative from New York and as Minister to the Hague, brother of the president of America Theodore Roosevelt; Robert K. Steel, American businessman, financier and government official; Robert A. Taft, American conservative politician, lawyer, and scion of the Taft family; Robert F. Wagner Jr., American politician who served three terms as the mayor of New York City from 1954 through 1965; Lord Robert Walpole, 2nd Earl of Orford, British peer and politician Robert Windsor-Clive, 1st Earl of Plymouth, British nobleman and Conservative politician. Literary figures Robert Burns, Scottish/British poet and lyricist, widely regarded as the national poet of Scotland Robert Cormier, American author and journalist, known for his deeply pessimistic novels Robert Frost, American poet Robert Hardman (born 1965), British journalist, author, and documentary filmmaker Robert A. Heinlein, American science-fiction writer Robert E. Howard, American author who wrote pulp fiction, well known for his character Conan the Barbarian, regarded as the father of the sword and sorcery subgenre Robert G. Ingersoll, American writer and orator during the Golden Age of Freethought, who campaigned in defense of agnosticism Robert Rozhdestvensky, Soviet Russian poet, regarded as one of the most significant Russian poets Robert Louis Stevenson, Scottish novelist, poet, essayist, musician and travel writer, best known for his work Treasure Island, which became one of the most popular literary works of all time Businessmen Robert Bosch, German industrialist, businessman, engineer and inventor, founder of Robert Bosch GmbH (Bosch) Robert Kiyosaki, American businessman and author, founder of the Rich Dad Company Astronauts Robert Lawrence, a United States Air Force officer and the first African-American astronaut Robert Curbeam, former NASA astronaut and captain in the United States Navy Robert S. Kimbrough, retired United States Army officer, and a NASA astronaut Robert C. Springer, retired American astronaut and test pilot Robert Thirsk, a Canadian engineer and physician, and a former Canadian Space Agency astronaut Others Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell, British Army officer, writer, founder and first Chief Scout of the world-wide Boy Scout Movement, and founder of the world-wide Girl Guide / Girl Scout Movement Robert Ballard, retired United States Navy officer and a professor of oceanography at the University of Rhode Island who is best known for the discovery of the wrecks of the RMS Titanic in 1985 Robert Capa, Hungarian war photographer and photojournalist Robert Conquest, an English-American historian and poet Robert (doll), a supposedly haunted doll exhibited at a museum Robert G. Elliott, American executioner Robert Fulton, American engineer and inventor who is widely credited with developing a commercially successful steamboat Robert Grawitz, Nazi German physician and an SS functionary during the Nazi era, head of the German Red Cross, oversaw the experimentation on inmates in Nazi concentration camps; Robert Gregg, Anglican Archbishop Robert Hichens, British sailor who was part of the deck crew on board the RMS Titanic Robert J. Kirby, 45th commandant of Sing Sing prison Robert Kirkman, American comic book author best known for creating The Walking Dead Robert Knox, Irish bishop Robert Lewandowski, Polish football player Robert Lopez, American songwriter of musicals Robert Jay Matthews, American neo-Nazi terrorist and the leader of The Order, an American white supremacist militant group Robert de Montesquiou, French aesthete, Symbolist poet and art collector Sir Robert Pigot, 2nd Baronet, British Army officer during the American Revolutionary War Robert M. Price, American theologian and writer Robert Ritter, Nazi German "racial scientist" doctor of psychology and medicine, with a background in child psychiatry and the biology of criminality Robert Scotland Liddell, British war reporter and photographer Robert-Richard Zapp, a Nazi German U-boat commander in World War II Robert Barron (bishop), American prelate of the Catholic Church, author, theologian and evangelist, known for his Word on Fire ministry Robert Wadlow, known as the Alton Giant and the Giant of Illinois, an American who became famous as the tallest person in recorded history Robert Wipper, Russian historian of classical antiquity, medieval and modern period People with the surname Alain Robert, French rock and urban climber Hubert Robert, French painter Jeanne Robert (1914–2017), French Resistance member Laurent Robert, French footballer Louise Robert (born 1941), Canadian painter Paul Robert (other) Paul Robert (fencer), Swiss fencer Paul Robert (lexicographer), French lexicographer Rene Robert, star National Hockey League forward for the Buffalo Sabres Robert brothers, Anne-Jean and Nicolas-Louis, French balloonists circa 1783-4 Fictional characters Robert "Rocky" Balboa, the main character in Rocky Balboa film series; King Robert Baratheon, a fictional king in A Song of Ice and Fire novels by George R. R. Martin & the 2011 TV series Game of Thrones (King of the Andals, the Rhoynar and the First Men,Lord of the Seven Kingdoms, Protector of the Realm,Lord of Storm's End, Lord Paramount of the Stormlands) Robert Barone, a character from the 1996 sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond Robert Langdon, symbologist and cryptologist in Dan Brown's novels Angels & Demons, The Da Vinci Code, The Lost Symbol & Inferno, the 2006 film The Da Vinci Code & the 2009 film Angels & Demons Robert McGonagall, father of Minerva McGonagall, the transfiguration teacher and Head of Gryffindor House in the Harry Potter franchise; Robert Neville, a main protagonist and US Army Virologist in 2007 movie I Am Legend; Robert Paulson, a character in Chuck Palahniuk's novel Fight Club and the 1999 film of the same name Robbie Rotten, the main villain in LazyTown since the second play, Glanni Glæpur í Latabæ (Robbie Rotten in LazyTown); Robert "Bobby" Singer, fictional character in The CW Television Network's horror-drama television series Supernatural Robert T. Sturgeon, video game character in the Ninja Gaiden series is the United States Military in Allied Friend of Ryu Hayabusa. Robert Bruce Banner, a major character featured in Marvel Comics. In different languages Afrikaans: Robert Arabic: روبرت Armenian: Ռոբերտ (Robert) Breton: Roparzh Bulgarian: Робърт/Роберт (Robert) Catalan: Robert Chinese Simplified: 罗伯特 (Robert) Chinese Traditional: 羅伯特 (Robert) Croatian: Robert Czech: Robert Danish: Robert Dutch: Robrecht, Robbert, Robert Estonian: Raivo Finnish: Roobert, Roope French: Robert Friulian: Robèrto Galician: Roberte Georgian: რობერტ (Robert) German: Robert, Robrecht, Rupert, Ruprecht, Rupprecht Greek: Ροβέρτος (Rovértos) Hebrew: רוברט (Robert) Hungarian: Róbert Icelandic: Róbert Irish: Roibeárd Italian: Roberto Japanese: ロバート (Robaato) Khmer: រ៉ូបឺត (Roubɨt) Korean: 로버트 (Robeoteu) Latin: Robertus Latvian: Roberts, Robērs Lithuanian: Robertas Macedonian: Роберт (Robert) Norwegian: Robert Polish: Robert Portuguese: Roberto Romanian: Robert Russian: Роберт (Robert) Sardinian: Robertu Scottish Gaelic: Raibeart Serbian: Robert/Роберт Slovak: Róbert Slovene: Roberto Spanish: Roberto Swedish: Robert Welsh: Robat, Rhobert See also Rob (given name), short for Robert Bobby (other), nickname for Robert Rupert (name), alternate version of Robert Robin (name) Roberts (surname) Robertson (surname) Roberson Roger Roland (name) Rudolph (name) References

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^ Reaney & Wilson, 1997. Dictionary of English Surnames. OUP

^ Withycombe, E., 1973 edn. Oxford Dictionary of English Christian names OUP

^ Frank Nuessel (1992). The Study of Names: A Guide to the Principles and Topics. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. p. 10. Retrieved September 11, 2013.  – via Questia (subscription required)

^ RoBerTo Checked, Time Magazine, October 19, 1942

^ Robert surname distribution

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