Bertha

Bertha

Bertha originates from German. Meaning "bright" or "famous," the name is likely derived from the element beraht. Bertha was introduced to England by the Normans.

Similar Names: Berthe, Bertie
Famous Bertha Names: Bertha von Suttner (Austrian novelist), Bertha Wilson (Canadian jurist)

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