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Gender: F Meaning of Alba: "white" Origin of Alba: Latin

Alba, unlike many two-syllable names that start and end in vowels which are coming back, is not having much success, perhaps because it sounds a bit like a commercial product or an acronym. Alba does have some borrowed glamour though via actress Jessica Alba, and it is the name of a character in The Time Traveler's Wife.

Famous People Named Alba

Alba Joy Firebrace, daughter of Nirrimi Hakanson (blogger, photographer)
Actress Jessica Alba
Alba Violet, daughter of Welsh soccer player Gareth Bale

Pop Culture References for the name Alba

Alba is the Scottish Gaelic name for Scotland, pronounced Alabuh (the b is very short and can sometimes sounds like a p)
Alba DeTamble, daughter of Henry and Clare DeTamble in "The Time Traveler's Wife"
Alba also means "dawn" or "sunshine".
Alba the scandalous main femme in a series by Delacorta.
Alba, British electronics brand
Alba Villanueva, character on TV series Jane the Virgin

Albinia, Albani, Albinka, Albine, Albina, Albeni, Alva, Elba, Albanie, Albana, Albany

Alba's International Variations

Albane (French)