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Gender: M Meaning of Alban: "white, or, man from Alba" Origin of Alban: Latin

An ancient and highly unusual name; St. Alban -- sometimes also called Albinus or Aubin -- was an early martyr in Roman Britain. Using an alternate spelling, Alben Barkley was the 35th U.S. Vice-President, serving under Harry Truman. And Albin is popular in modern Sweden. But only the form Alban has the alternate meaning "from Alba".

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Famous People Named Alban

Alban Berg, Austrian composer of the Second Viennese School

Pop Culture References for the name Alban

Albānus was the name of the Romano-Briton (St Alban) who became the first Christian to be martyred on British soil.
Ancient region and namesake of Albania

Albie, Al, Albion, Albain, Albern, Alben, Alby

Alban's International Variations

Aubin (French) Albins (Latvian) Albin, Binek, Albinek (Czech) Alva, Albino (Spanish) Albek (Polish) Albino (Portuguese)