Aubrey

A female form is recorded as Aubrée and does not share the same etymology. It is derived from the Germanic Albereda or Alberada. It can be found in certain genealogies of the noble Norman families (See f. e. Aubrey of Buonalbergo). The name is traditionally male, but is more commonly used as a feminine name in the United States. It was the 41st m...
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Aubrey

[archbishop of Reims] Aubrey (or Alberic of Humbert) was the Archbishop of Reims from 1207 to 1218. He was a warrior prelate, participating in both the Albigensian Crusade of 1209 and the Fifth Crusade. In the latter, he travelled with the Hungarian troops. ==Sources== ...
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Aubrey

[producer] Aubrey is a techno and house music producer and DJ Allen Saei. (Not to be confused with the female vocal artist Aubrey Ayala.) Allen grew up in the suburbs of Portsmouth. When he moved to Cowplain, he had a red nose as a result of having a cold. As the new boy at school, he was teased as having a nose like the contemporary animat...
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Aubrey

Aubrey is a German name for boys and girls. The meaning is `elf, power` The name Aubrey is most commonly given to American girls. What do they use in other countries? Averie Averi Aubry Averey Aube Aubery The name sounds like: Abree, Abeer, Abra, Abrah, Abri,, Abeer, Abir, Abiri, Abeeri, Eber, Weber See also: Albreda
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