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Correct spelling: Bertie

boy

Bertie

  \b(e)-rtie, ber-tie\
 

Meaning: noble, bright, famous; illustrious; bright settlement; bright, famous raven; day-bright; bright promise; illustrious warrior; northern brightness; bright fame

Origin: German

Details:
Bertie as a boy's name (also used as girl's name Bertie), is a variant of Albert (Old German), Bert (Old English), Berton (Old English), Bertram (Old French, Old German), Delbert (Old English), Gilbert (Old French), Herbert (Old German), Norbert (Old German) and Robert (Old German), and the meaning of Bertie is "noble, bright, famous; illustrious; bright settlement; bright, famous raven; day-bright; bright promise; illustrious warrior; northern brightness; bright fame".

Sounds Like: Byrdie, Berty, Berto.

girl

Bertie

  \b(e)-rtie, ber-tie\
 

Meaning: noble, bright, famous; bright promise; bright fame

Origin: German

Details:
Bertie as a girl's name (also used as boy's name Bertie), is a variant of Alberta (Old German), Bertha (Old German), Gilberte (Old German) and Roberta (Old English, Old German), and the meaning of Bertie is "noble, bright, famous; bright promise; bright fame".

Sounds Like: Berdie, Berti, Berte, Berthe.

Examples of usage for Bertie:

1) Rough luck, Bertie, very!" - "Helena Brett's Career", Desmond Coke.

2) I say, hasn't she hooked Bertie Hilton?" - "One Maid's Mischief", George Manville Fenn.

3) Bertie Hilton frowned heavily and smoked furiously; while, when the old merchant thrust the whiskey decanter towards him, he snatched it up, poured out half a tumbler full, and had stretched out his hand to take it and gulp it down, when, to his surprise and anger, old Stuart snatched the tumbler away, poured half of the spirit back into the decanter, and then filled up the tumbler with water. - "One Maid's Mischief", George Manville Fenn.

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