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Gender: M Meaning of Cuthbert: "famous, brilliant" Origin of Cuthbert: English

Playground poison and unlikely to ever be anything but, despite being attached to a famous saint. In World War I it was used as a slang term in Scotland for a man who evaded military service..

Famous People Named Cuthbert

Saint Cuthbert, 6th-century hermit who became the bishop of Lindisfarne (an island off the coast of England); he was known for performing healing miracles, and had 72 churches dedicated to him
Cuthbert, Lord Collingwood (1748-1810), British admiral during the Napoleonic Wars

Pop Culture References for the name Cuthbert

Cuthbert Helmsdale, lustful Bishop of Melchester in Thomas Hardy's "Two on a Tower" (1882)
Cuthbert Clare, a character in Hardy's "Tess of the D'Urbervilles"
Cuthbert Binns, ghost, History of Magic professor in the "Harry Potter" series
Cuthbert de Lance, main character in G. A. Henty's "Winning His Spurs"
Cuthbert Allgood, character from Stephen King's "Dark Tower" series
Cuthbert Calculus, a scientist in "Adventures of Tintin"
Matthew Cuthbert, Marilla Cuthbert, and Walter Cuthbert Blythe, characters in the "Anne of Green Gables" series by L.M. Montgomery
Nickname: Cuddie/Cuddy
Cuthbert Rumbold, from BBC's Are You Being Served?