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Gender: F Meaning of Alberta: "noble, bright" Origin of Alberta: English, feminine variation of Albert

This jazzy old name could make a comeback, the way Josephine and Ella have. In England the name was popularized by Queen Victoria's daughter Princess Louise Caroline Alberta, after whom her governor general of Canada husband named the North American province. Jazz singer Alberta Hunter was a noted bearer.

Famous People Named Alberta

Saint Alberta of Agen, Roman martyr
Alberta Hunter, American blues/jazz singer
Alberta Brianti, Italian tennis player
Alberta Christine Williams King, mother of civil rights icon Martin Luther King, Jr.
Alberta Sheriff, Sierra Leonean pop singer
Louise Caroline Alberta, Princess of the U.K; Duchess of Argyll; sixth child of Britain's Queen Victoria; inspired the name of Alberta, Canada

Pop Culture References for the name Alberta

Alberta's International Variations

Albertine, Auberte (French)