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Margaret Gilbert
Information
Born

  • Mar. 02nd, 2009 (Age 5)
Status

  • Alive
Occupation

  • Elementary School Student (Currently)
Species

  • Nephilim (Currently)
  • Old Soul (Dormant)

Gender

  • Female
Family Members

  • Thomas Gilbert †
    (Biological Father)
  • Elizabeth Gilbert †
    (Biological Mother)
  • Catharina "Katherine" Von Schwartzschild
    (Biological Matriarchal Older Half-Sister)
  • Elena Gilbert
    (Biological Older Sister)
  • Frang Giselbert (♂)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Georg Giselbert (♂)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Wilhelm Giselbert (♂)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Clothilda Giselbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Vinzenz Giselbert (♂)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Lorenz Giselbert (♂)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Niklaus Giselbert (♂)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Rickert Giselbert (♂)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Petrus Giselbert (♂)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Waldobert Giselbert (♂)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Ivonne Giselbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Jörg Giselbert (♂)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Ludwig Giselbert (♂)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Leonhard Giselbert (♂)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Johannes Giselbert
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Katharina Giselbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Klothilda Giselbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Luise Giselbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Margarete Giselbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Otthild Giselbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Karlotte Giselbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Elisabeth Giselbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Friedrich Giselbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Florenz Giselbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Eugen Giselbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Brunnhilde Giselbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Benedikt Giselbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Genoveva Giselbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Franziska Giselbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Archimbald Giselbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Bartholomaus Giselbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Carl Giselbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Christoph Giselbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Eduard Giselbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Gertraud Giselbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Heinrike Giselbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Karoline Giselbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Francis Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Theodore Gilbert † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Edward Gilbert Sr.† (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Abbott Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Herbert Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Eugene Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Alfred Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Lawrence Gilbert † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Timothy Gilbert † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Hannah Gilbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Edwina Gilbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Henrietta Gilbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Fidelio Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Abraham Gilbert † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Clement Gilbert † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Calvin Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Leonard Gilbert † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Norman Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Stanley Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Margurite Gilbert (♀) (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Charlotte Gilbert (♀) (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Mildred Gilbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Virginia Gilbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Melanie Gilbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Zachary Gilbert † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Maurice Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • James Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Walter Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Martha Gilbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Edward Gilbert Jr. †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Jacob Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Cynthia Gilbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Victoria Gilbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Ivonne Gilbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Amelia Gilbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Jacynthe Gilbert (♀) (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Lorraine Gilbert (♀) (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Winifred Gilbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Jefferson Gilbert † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Orville Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Ambrose Gilbert † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Jedidah Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Stewart Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Newton Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Archibald Gilbert †(Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Helen Gilbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • James Gilbert Sr. †(Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Theodore Gilbert Sr.†
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Rose Gilbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • James Gilbert Jr. † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Charles Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Theodore Gilbert Jr. † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Quincy Gilbert Sr. † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Isaac Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Phillip Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Quentin Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Roberta Gilbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Carl Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Lillian Gilbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Maggie Gilbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Quincy Gilbert Jr. † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Ford Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Marvin Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Phillip Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Jacqueline Gilbert (♀) (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Mildred Gilbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Abraham Gilbert † (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Carol Gilbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Susannah Gilbert (♀) (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Claude Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Alfred Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Martin Gilbert †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Rolf Leonardsen †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Ingrid Leonardsen †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Mathias Leonardsen †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Sven Leonardsen †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Kari Leonardsen †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Bjorn Leonardsen †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Inca Leonardsen †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Leif Leonardsen †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Gustav Leonardsen †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Olaf Johansen †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Inge Johansen †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Halden Johansen †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Quenby Johansen †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Ingaborg Johansen †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Astrid Johansen †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Freya Johansen †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Apsel Johansen †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Boden Johansen †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Brodric Johansen †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Fredrik Johansen †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Ingram Johansen †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Helga Johansen †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Jorian Johansen †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • Josef Johansen †
    (Patriarchal Ancestor)
  • George Gilbert †
    (Pat. Great Grandfather)
  • Melanie Gilbert (♀)
    (Pat. Great Grandmother)
  • Henry Gilbert †
    (Paternal Grandfather)
  • Eleanor Gilbert (♀)
    (Paternal Grandmother)
  • Edward Chamberlain † (Maternal Grandfather)
  • Cecilia Chamberlain (♀) (Maternal Grandmother)
  • Robert Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Uncle)
  • Harold Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Uncle)
  • Christian Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Uncle)
  • Jonathan Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Uncle)
  • Susannah Gilbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal First Uncle)
  • Louise Gilbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal First Aunt)
  • Diana Gilbert (♀)
    (Patriarchal First Aunt)
  • Frank Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Uncle)
  • Howard Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Uncle)
  • Jack Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Uncle)
  • Anne Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Aunt)
  • Helen Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Aunt)
  • Benjamin Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Uncle)
  • Judith Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Aunt)
  • Ella Chamberlain
    (Matriarchal First Aunt)
  • Grace Chamberlain
    (Matriarchal First Aunt)
  • Julia Chamberlain
    (Matriarchal First Aunt)
  • Sarah Chamberlain
    (Matriarchal First Aunt)
  • Lillian Chamberlain
    (Matriarchal First Aunt)
  • Emilie Chamberlain
    (Matriarchal First Aunt)
  • Susanne Chamberlain
    (Matriarchal First Aunt)
  • Rebecca Chamberlain
    (Matriarchal First Aunt)
  • Robert Maxwell
    (Patriarchal Uncle-In-Law)
  • Breanna Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Cousin)
  • Jeremy Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Cousin)
  • Brian Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Cousin)
  • Christian Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Cousin)
  • Kaitlyn Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Cousin)
  • Lucas Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Cousin)
  • Alexandra Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Cousin)
  • Sidney Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Cousin)
  • Shelby Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Cousin)
  • Kristina Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Cousin)
  • Amber Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Cousin)
  • Keegan Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Cousin)
  • Clinton Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Cousin)
  • Patric Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Cousin)
  • Hamilton Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Cousin)
  • Garrett Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Cousin)
  • Meaghan Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Cousin)
  • Leah Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Cousin)
  • Scott Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Cousin)
  • Clayton Gilbert
    (Patriarchal First Cousin)

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Appearance
First Seen

Last Seen

  • Evensong: Paradise Lost
Physical Appearance
Height

  • 3'2" to 3'6"
  • 0.97 M to 1.07 M
Weight

  • 35 LBS. to 45 LBS.
  • 15 KGS. to 20 KGS.
Hair Color

  • White Platinum Blonde
Eye Color

  • Light Blue


Margaret Gilbert (Full Name In English: Margaret Anna-Louise Gilbert) is a minor character in The Vampire Diaries novel series. She was born on March 2nd, 2009 in Fells Church, Virginia, USA. Margaret is the youngest child of Thomas Eugene Gilbert and Elizabeth Anne Gilbert (nee Chamberlain). She is the niece of Judith Gilbert and Robert Maxwell, the younger sister of Elena Gilbert and the younger maternal half-sister of Katherine Von Schwarzschild. When her parents died, she was only a year old, therefore, she barely has any memory of them. Physically, she is described to have a strong physical resemblance to her elder sister Elena. She has white platinum blonde hair, very fair skin with peachy colored cheeks, and light blue eyes.

Physical Appearance Edit

TBA

Personality Description Edit

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Throughout The Series Edit

The Awakening Edit

In The Awakening, Damon threatened to bite Margaret when she was asleep because Elena would not come with Damon.

The Struggle Edit

When Stefan goes missing, Elena becomes extremely depressed. She refuses anyone's company but allowed Margaret to hug her. One day when Elena comes home, she finds Damon there. Margaret arrives with a tiny kitten that she names Snowball. Elena decides to introduce Snowball to Damon. The kitten scratches at him and runs away. To comfort a crying Margaret, Robert helps her find the kitten.

The Fury Edit

When Elena dies, her family is deeply saddened. Elena, a newly turned vampire, goes to visit her house and finds Margaret innocently sleeping in her bed. Snowball comes in and Elena notices she is showing signs that other dangerous animals are showing. Elena manages to scare the kitten away and get Margaret to invite her in the house. She talks to Margaret and tells her she is her guardian and will protect her. It is later revealed that Margaret's kitten was, in fact, Katherine Von Schwarzschild, the vampire who turned the Salvatore brothers (and later discovered to be her significantly older maternal half-sister). When the crazed animals attack the townspeople, Robert, Judith, and Margaret are protected by Meredith and Matt.

Evensong: Paradise Lost Edit

TBA Edit

Evensong: War Of Roses Edit

TBA Edit

Evensong: Into The Woods Edit

TBA Edit

NamesEdit

MARGARET (First Name) Edit

  • Margaret is a feminine first name of Greek origin. The meaning of the name is "Pearl".
  • Other spellings or variations of Margaret include Margaretta, Margery, Marjorie, Marjory,  Madge, Mae, Maggie, Mamie, Marge, Margie, May, Mayme, Meg, Peg, Peggie, Peggy, Midge,  Retha (Afrikaans), Margarid, Margarit (Armenian), Margarita (Bulgarian), Margarida (Catalan), Margareta (Croatian), Markéta (Czech), Margareta, Margit, Margrethe, Grete, Grethe, Margarethe, Merete, Meta, Mette, Rita (Danish), Margareta, Margaretha, Margriet, Greet, Greetje, Griet, Margreet (Dutch), Maret, Margit (Estonian), Maarit, Margareta, Marketta, Margareeta, Reeta, Reetta (Finnish), Marguerite, Margaux, Margot (French), Margarida (Galician), Margareta, Margarete, Margaretha, Margarethe, Greta, Gretchen, Grete, Gretel, Margrit, Meta, Rita (German), Margalit, Margalita (Hebrew), Margaréta, Margit, Margita, Gréta, Rita (Hungarian), Margrét (Icelandic), Mairéad (Irish), Margherita, Rita (Italian), Margarita (Late Roman), Margreet, Greet (Limburgish), Margarita (Lithuanian), Margaid, Paaie (Manx), Meggy (Medieval English), Margareta, Margit, Margrete, Margrethe, Grete, Grethe, Marit, Marita, Meta, Mette, Rita (Norwegian), Margarida (Occitan), Małgorzata, Gosia, Małgosia, Marzena (Polish), Margarida, Rita (Portuguese), Margareta (Romanian), Margarita (Russian), Maighread, Mairead, Maisie, Marsaili, Mysie, Peigi (Scottish), Margita, Markéta (Slovak), Margareta, Marjeta (Slovene), Margarita, Rita (Spanish), Margareta, Margit, Greta, Marit, Marita, Märta, Merit, Meta, Rita (Swedish), Marged, Mererid, Mared, Megan (Welsh), Annegret (German; short form of Johanna Margareta), Bitxi (Basque), Bitxilore (Basque), Маргарита (Bulgarian), Маргаритка (Bulgarian), Марго (Bulgarian), Маги (Bulgarian), Грета (Bulgarian, Gita (Czech), Gitka (Czech), Gituška (Czech), Gosia (Polish), Gośka (Polish), Greet (Dutch), Greetje (Dutch), Greta (English), (German), (Swedish), (Italian), Gréta (Icelandic), Gretchen (English), (German), Grete (Danish), (German), Gretel (German), Grethe (Danish), (German), Gretl (German), Gretta (English), Griet (Dutch), Grieta (Latvian), Jorie (English), Maarit (Finnish), Madge (English), Magali (Provencal), Mággá (Sami), Magga (Icelandic), Maggan (Swedish), Maggie (English), Magredá (Sami), Maighread (Scottish), Mairéad (Irish), Mairead (Scottish), Maisie (Scots), Makelesi (Tongan), Makkak (Greenlandic), ملغلره (Malghaləra) (Pashto), Małgorzata (Polish), Małgorzatka (Polish), Małgosia (Polish), Małgośka (Polish), Mamie (English), Manci (Hungarian), Mared (Welsh), Maret (Estonian), Máret (Sami), Marga (Estonian), (Catalan), Margalida (Catalan), Margaid (Manx), מרגלית Margalit (Hebrew), Margaréta (Hungarian), (Slovak), Margareta (Croatian), (Danish), (Dutch), (German), (Norwegian), (Romanian), (Slovene), (Swedish), Margarete (Estonian), (German), Margaretha (Dutch), German, Margarethe (Danish), (German), Margaretta (English), Margarid (Armenian), Margarida (Galician), (Portuguese), (Catalan), Margarita (Bulgarian), (Greek), (Lithuanian), (Russian), (Spanish), (Ukrainian), (Albanian), Margaritis (Greek), Margaro (Greek), Margaux (French), Marge (English), Márge (Sami), Marged (Welsh), Margery (English), Margey (English), Márgget (Sami), Margherita (Italian), Margie (English), Margit Danish, (Hungarian), (Norwegian), (Swedish), Margita (Hungarian), (Polish) (Slovakian), Margo (English), (Greek), (Hungarian), (Ukrainian), Margot (English), (French), (German), Márgrehtá (Sami), Márgreittá (Sami), Margrét (Icelandic), Margret (German), Margrethe (Danish), (Norwegian), Margriet (Dutch), Margrit (German), Márgu (Sami), Marguerite (French), Margy (English), Marharyta (Belarusian), Marit (Norwegian), (Swedish), Marita (Finnish), (Greek), Maritta (Finnish), (Greek), Marja (Finnish), Marjatta (Finnish), Marjeta (Slovene), (Greek), (Albanian), Marjorie (English), Marjory (English), (Greek), Markéta (Czech), Marketta (Finnish), Markit (Czech), Marsaili (Scottish), Mayme (English), Meagan (English), Meaghan (English), Meg (English), Megi (Albanian), Megan (English), (Welsh), Meghan (English), Mererid (Welsh), Meret (Sami), Merete (Danish), Merit (Swedish), Meta (Danish), (German), (Norwegian), (Swedish), Mette (Danish), (Norwegian), Midge (English), Markétka (Czech), Mysie (Scots), Paaie (Manx), Peg (English), Pegeen (English), (Irish), Peggie (English), Peggy (English), (Greek), Peig (Irish), Peigi (Scottish), Penina (Hebrew), Perele (Yiddish), Perle (Yiddish), Reeta (Finnish), Reetta (Finnish), Rita (English), (Greek), (German), (Hungarian), (Italian), (Portuguese), (Russian), (Spanish), (Ukrainian), Tita (Spanish), , Armenian - Մարգարիտ (Margarit or Margarid), Bulgarian - Маргарита or Марго or Маги, Czech - Markéta, Danish - Margrethe, Finnish - Margareeta, Maarit, French - Marguerite, Margot, Margaux, Scottish Gaelic - Mairead, Irish - Mairéad, Italian - Margherita, German, Dutch - Margarete or Margareta, Greek - Μαργαρίτα (Margarita), Hungarian - Margit or Margaréta, Icelandic - Margrét, Italian - Margherita, Kazakh - Meruwert, Marathi - Manjiri, Polish - Małgorzata, Portuguese - Margarida, Romanian - Margareta, Russian - Маргарита or Рита, Spanish - Margarita, Sanskrit - Mañjarī, Swedish - Margareta, Margit, Greta, Rita, Ukrainian - Маргарита, Марго, Рита, Japanese - マーガレット/Māgaretto, Maggie, Mar, Marg, Marge, Margey, Margie, Meg, Meggy, Peg, Peggy, Pegeen, Maisie, Mamie, Margo, Madge, Molly, Malla, Midge, Marga, Mags, Margu, Greta, Gretel, Marya.

ANNA (Second Name) Edit

  • Anna is a feminine first name of Greek, Latin or Hebrew origin. The meaning of Anna is "Full Of Grace", "Grace" or "Favor".
  • Other spellings of Anna include Anissa, Ann, Anne, Keanna (English), Annabella (Italian), Anne (German), Anne, Annelien (Dutch), Anne (Swedish), Anne (Norwegian), Anne (Danish), Anne (Finnish), Ana (Bulgarian), Aina (Catalan),  Annetta (Italian), Anika, Anina (German), Anika, Anke, Anneke, Anouk, Ans, Antje (Dutch), Annika (Swedish), Anniken (Norwegian), Ane, Anika (Danish), Anneli, Anni, Anniina, Annikki, Annukka, Anu, Niina (Finnish), Anu (Estonian), Anikó, Annuska, Panna, Panni (Hungarian), Anka (Polish), Ania, Annushka, Anushka, Anya (Russian), Aneta (Czech), Ani, Anka (Bulgarian), Anaïs (Catalan), Anaïs (Occitan), Annick (Breton), Quanna (African American), Ane, Anne (Basque), Channah (Biblical Hebrew), Ana, Hana, Anica, Anita, Anja, Anka, Ankica, Jana, Nensi (Croatian), Anne, Hannah, Anaïs, Annette, Annie, Anouk, Ninon (French), Antje (Frisian), Ana, Ani (Georgian), Channah, Hannah, Chanah (Hebrew), Nainsí (Irish), Ona (Lithuanian), Anke, Antje (Low German), Ana (Macedonian), Ana, Anabela, Anita (Portuguese), Ana, Anca, Ani (Romanian), Annag, Nandag (Scottish), Ana, Anica, Anja, Anka, Jana (Serbian), Ana, Anica, Anika, Anita, Anja (Slovene), Ana, Anabel, Ani, Anita (Spanish), Hena, Henda, Hendel, Hene, Henye (Yiddish), Ánná, Anna, Annette, Annie, Anouk, Ninon (French), Annette, Annie, Nan, Nancy, Nanette, Nannie, Nanny (English), Annette (Swedish), Annette (Norwegian), Annette (Danish), Annette, Annett (German), Annette, Annie, Annet (Dutch), Ann, Anna (English), Anna (Swedish), Anna (Norwegian), Anna (Danish), Anna (Finnish), Anna (German), Anna (Dutch), Ane (Basque), Anna, Hanna (Belarusian), Anna, Hannah (Biblical), Anna (Biblical Greek), Channah (Biblical Hebrew), Anna (Biblical Latin), Anna, Annick (Breton), Ana, Anna, Ani, Anka (Bulgarian), Aina, Anna, Anaïs (Catalan), Ana, Hana, Anica, Anita, Anja, Anka, Ankica, Jana, Nensi (Croatian), Anna, Hana, Aneta (Czech), Anna, Anu (Estonian), Anna (Faroese), Antje (Frisian), Ana, Ani (Georgian), Anna (Greek), Channah, Hannah, Chanah (Hebrew), Anna, Hanna, Anett, Anikó, Annuska, Panna, Panni (Hungarian), Anna, Hanna (Icelandic), Nainsí (Irish), Anna, Annabella, Annetta (Italian), Anna, Anita (Latvian), Ona (Lithuanian), Anke, Antje (Low German), Ana (Macedonian), Anna, Anaïs (Occitan), Anna, Hanna, Ania, Anita, Anka, Hania (Polish), Ana, Anabela, Anita (Portuguese), Ana, Anca, Ani (Romanian), Anna, Ania, Annushka, Anushka, Anya (Russian), Annag, Nandag (Scottish), Ana, Anica, Anja, Anka, Jana (Serbian), Anna, Hana (Slovak), Ana, Anica, Anika, Anita, Anja (Slovene), Ana, Anabel, Ani, Anita (Spanish), Anna, Hanna (Ukrainian), Hena, Henda, Hendel, Hene, Henye (Yiddish), Aina – Catalan, Swedish, Latvian, Lithuanian, Áine – Irish, Ana – Bulgarian, Croatian, Galician, Georgian, Hawaiian, Macedonian, Portuguese, Romanian, Serbian, Slovene, Spanish, Albanian., آنا – Arabic, ანა – Georgian, Anaïs – Catalan, French, Provençal, Anano – Georgian, Anča – Slovak, Romanian, Ance – Latvian, Anci – Hungarian, Ancsa – Hungarian, Ane – Basque, Danish, Hawaiian, Anechka – Russian, Anelie – German, Anella – Estonian, Anelle – Estonian, Aneta – Czech, Slovak, Ukrainian, Polish, Anete – Estonian, Latvian, Anett – Estonian, Anette – Danish, Estonian, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish, Ania – Polish, Anica – Croatian, Romanian, Serbian, Slovene, Spanish, Anice – Scots, Anicuta – Portuguese, Romanian, Anika – Danish, Dutch, German, Annika – Swedish, Finnish, Anikó – Hungarian, Anina – German, Anissa – English, Anisa – Albanian, Anita – Estonian, Finnish, Latvian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, English, Polish, Anitte – German, Anja – Danish, Finnish, German, Norwegian, Serbian, Slovene, Swedish, Anka – Bulgarian, Czech, German, Croatian, Polish, Russian, Serbian, Anke – Frisian, German, Ann – Danish, English, Estonian, Swedish, Anna – Armenian, Breton, Bulgarian, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Malayalam, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Slovakian, Swedish, 安娜 – Mandarin Chinese, アンナ: Japanese, Annaki – Greek, Annamma – Malayalam, Annchen – German, Anne – Danish, English, French, Anneka – English, Anneke – Dutch, Anneli – Estonian, Finnish, Swedish, Annelie – Danish, German, Norwegian, Swedish, Annelien – Dutch, Annella – Scots, Annele – Latvian, Annelle – French, Annetta – Italian, Annette – Danish, French, Swedish, Anni – Estonian, Finnish, German, Swedish, Annick – Breton, Annie – English / French, Anniina – Finnish, Annija – Latvian, Annika – Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, Latvian, Swedish, Annike – Estonian, Anniken – Norwegian, Anniki – Estonian, Annikki – Finnish, Anniņa – Latvian, Annio – Greek, Annora – English, Annouche – French, Annoula – Greek, Annu – Finnish, Annus – Hungarian, Annukka – Finnish, Annushka – Russian, Annuska – Hungarian, Anona – English, Anouk – Dutch, French, Ans – Dutch, Antje – Dutch, German, Anu – Estonian, Finnish, Anushka – Russian, Anya – Russian, Anyuta – Russian, Asya – Russian, Asenka – Russian, Chana – Hebrew, Chanah – Hebrew, Channah – Hebrew, Enye – Hebrew, Hajna – Hungarian, Hana ܚܐܢܐ – Assyrian Aramaic (Surayt), Hana – Czech, Slovak, Turkish, Hania – Polish, Hanna – Belarusian, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, Ge'ez, German, Icelandic, Norwegian, Polish, Swedish, Ukrainian, Hannah – Hebrew, Arabic, English, Estonian, Swedish, Hanne – German, Scandinavian, Hannela – Estonian, Hannele – Estonian, Finnish, Hannelore – German, Hena – Yiddish, Henda – Yiddish, Hendel – Yiddish, Hene – Yiddish, Henye – Yiddish, Ona – Hebrew, Lithuanian, Finnish, Onnee – Manx, Panna – Hungarian, Yanina – Latvian, Áine- Irish version of Anna, Anabel – English, Galician, Polish, Spanish, Anabela – Portuguese, Anabella – Spanish, English, Anabelle – English, Analeigh – English, Ana María – Spanish, Anamaria – English, Anamaría – Spanish, Ana-Maria – Romanian, Annabel – Catalan, English, Estonian, Anna-Bella – English, Swedish, Annabella – English, Italian, Annabelle – English, French, Annabeth – English, Anna-Carin – Swedish, Anna-Greta – Swedish, Annalee – English, Anna-Lisa – Swedish, Anna Maria – Catalan, Anna-Maria – Estonian, Finnish, Polish, Swedish,, Annamaria – Italian, Annamária – Hungarian, Ann-Britt – Swedish, Ann-Charlotte – Swedish, Ann-Christin – Swedish, Annegret – German, Annelies – Dutch, German, Anneliese – Dutch, German, Annelise – Danish, Annemarie – Dutch, English, German, Ann-Kristin – Swedish, Ann-Louise – Swedish, Ann-Margret – Swedish, Ann-Mari – Swedish, Ann-Marie – Swedish, Annmarie – English, Ann-Sofi – Swedish, Ann-Sofie – Swedish, Annesophie – German, Ittianna – Malayalam, Leann – English, Leanna – English, Leanne – English, Leeann – English, Lisann – Estonian, Lisanna – Estonian, Lisanne – Dutch, English, Estonian, Luana – English, Luann – English, Luanna – English, Luanne – English, Lyanna – English, French, Greek, Latin, Lyanne – English, French, Greek, Latin, Marian – English, Estonian, Mariana – Czech, Estonian, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish, Mariann – Estonian, Mari-Ann – Estonian, Mari-Anna – Estonian, Marianna – English, Estonian, Finnish, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Russian, Slovakian, Mari-Anne – Estonian, Marianne – English, Danish, Estonian, French, German, Norwegian, Swedish, Marijana – Croatian, Serbian, Slovene, Marjaana – Estonian, Finnish, Marjaane – Estonian, Marjan – Dutch, Marjana – Slovene, Maryann – English, Maryanne – English, Hanna-Liina – Estonian, Pollyanna – English, Rosanna – English, Italian, Portuguese, Roseanne – English, Ruthanne – English, Saranna – English.

LOUISE (Third Name) Edit

  • Louise is a feminine first name of German origin. It is the feminine version of Louis. The meaning of Louise is "Famous Warrior" or "Long Held". 
  • Other spellings or variations of Louise include Loise, Louella, Louisa, Louisetta, Louisette, Louisina, Louisiana, Louisiane, Louisine, Louiza, Lovisa, Lowise, Loyise, Lu, Ludovica, Ludovika, Ludwiga, Luella, Luisa, Luise, Lujza, Lujzika, Luiza, Loyce, Ludkhannah, Luijzika, Likla, Ludka, Lilka, Luell, Luelle, Luigina, Loring, Lodoiska,  Alojzija (Croatian), Loviise (Estonian), Loviisa (Finnish), Aloisia, Louisa, Luise, Lulu (German), Louiza (Greek), Lujza (Hungarian), Ludovica, Luigia, Luisa, Gina, Luigina, Luisella (Italian), Liudvika (Lithuanian), Ruiha (Maori), Lovise (Norwegian), Ludwika, Luiza (Polish), Luísa, Luiza (Portuguese), Luiza (Romanian), Alojzia (Slovak), Alojzija (Slovene), Luisa, Luisina, Luisita (Spanish), Aloisia (German, Italian, Spanish), Aloisie (Czech), Alojza (Polish), Alojzia (Hungarian, Slovak), Alojzija (Slovene), Heloísa (Portuguese), Liudvika (Lithuanian), Lluïsa (Catalan), Loes (Dutch), Lou (English, French), Louella (English), Louisa (English), Louise (Danish, Dutch, English, French, Norwegian, Swedish), Louiza (Λουίζα) (Greek), Lova (Swedish), Liisa (Finnish), Loviise (Estonian), Lovisa (Swedish), Lovise (Danish, Norwegian), Lu (English), Luann (English), Luana (English, Portuguese), Luanne (English), Ludovica (Italian, Latin), Ludwika (Polish), Luella (English), Luigia (Italian), Luigina (Italian), Luísa (Portuguese), Luisa (Italian, Spanish), Luise (German, Estonian), Luisella (Italian), Luiza (Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian (Луиза), Albanian), Luīze (Latvian), Lujza (Hungarian, Slovak), Lula (English), Lulu (English, German), Ouida, Ruiha (Māori).

GILBERT (Surname) Edit

  • Gilbert is a masculine first name or a surname of Germanic origin. The English-language surname is derived from Giselbert, a medieval personal name composed of the following Germanic elements of Gisil ("Pledge", "Hostage", "Noble Youth") and Berht ("Bright", "Famous"). The meaning of the name Gilbert is "Of The Bright Promise", "One Who Is Trustworthy", "Brilliant", "Pledge" or "Trustworthy". 
  • Other spellings of the name Gilbert include Gib, Gibb, Gil, Gilberto, Gilburt, Giselbert, Giselberto, Giselbertus, Guilbert, Gilbirt, Gilbyrt, Gilbart, Gilibeirt, Giliburt, Gilibert, Gilibirt, Gilleabart, Guilbert, Guilbirt, Guilburt, Gylbert, Gylbirt, Gylburt, Gylbyrt, Gil, Gili, Gilie, Gill, Gilley, Gilli, Gillie, Gillis, Gilly, Gyl, Gyll, Gillett, Gelett, Gelette, Gilet, Gilett, Gilette, Gillette, Gillit, Gylet, Gylett, Gylit, Gylitt, Gylyt, Gylytt, Giselbert, Gisilbert (Ancient Germanic), Gib, Gil (English), Gilberto (Italian), Gilberto, Gilburto (Portuguese), Gilberto (Spanish), Arabic: جيلبرت, Belarusian: Гілберт (Hilbiert), Bengali: গিলবার্ট (Gilabārṭa), Chinese Simplified: 吉尔伯特 (Jí'ěrbótè), Chinese Traditional: 吉爾伯特 (Jí'ěrbótè), French: Gilbert, German: Gilbert, Gujarati: ગિલ્બર્ટ ( Gilbarṭa), Hebrew: גילברט, Hindi: गिल्बर्ट (Gilbarṭa), Italian: Gilberto, Japanese: ギルバート (Girubāto), Kannada: ಗಿಲ್ಬರ್ಟ್ (Gilbarṭ), Korean: 길버트 (Gilbeoteu), Macedonian: Гилберт, Marathi: गिल्बर्ट (Gilbarṭa), Mongolian: Гилберт (Gilbyert), Nepali: गिल्बर्ट (Gilbarṭa), Persian: گیلبرت, Portuguese: Gilberto, Russian: Гилберт, Serbian: Гилберт, Spanish: Gilberto, Tamil: கில்பர்ட் (Kilparṭ), Telugu: గిల్బర్ట్ (Gilbarṭ), Thai: กิลเบิร์ (Kilbeir̒), Turkish: Jilbert, Jilber, Ukrainian: Гілберт (Hilbert), Urdu: گلبرٹ, Yiddish: גילבערט (Gylbʻrt).
  • The feminine forms of Gilbert include Gilberte (French), Gilberta (Dutch), Gilberta, Gilbertha, Gilberthe, Gilbertina, Gilbertine, Gill, Gillie, Gilly, Gilberte, Gilbertyna, Gilbertyne, Gilberteena, Gilberteene, Gilbarta, Gilbarte, Gilen, Gijs, Gilberte, Gilberta, Gilbertia, Gilbertina, Gilbertine, Gilbertyna, Gilbertyne, Gilbirt, Gilbirta, Gilbirte, Gilbirtia, Gilbirtina, Gilbirtine, Gilburta, Gilburte, Gilburtia, Gilburtina, Gilburtine, Gilburtyna, Gilbyrta, Gilbyrte, Gilbyrtia, Gilbyrtina, Gilbyrtyna, Gylberta, Gylbertah, Gylberte, Gylbertina, Gylbertyna, Gylbirta, Gylbirte, Gylbirtia, Gylbirtina, Gylbirtine, Gylbirtyna, Gylburta, Gylburte, Gylburtia, Gylburtina, Gylburtyna, Gylbyrta, Gylbyrte, Gylbyrtia, Gylbyrtina, Gylbyrtyna, Gigi, GiGi, G.G., Geegee, Geygey, Giggi, Gygy, Jeejee, Jeyjey, Jiji.

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