Colors Related to this Name: Black, Purple
Qualities Related to this Name: Born Leader, Visionary
Popularity: This name is unique in the US. Ranking #7008 in 2013 and #8751 in 2014.
Origin: Ancient Gallo-Latin name for Britain, Albiōn (Middle Welsh Albbu, Old Irish Albu), is from Proto-Celtic *albiyū (“world”) (stem : *albiyon-), ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *h₂élbʰos, *álbʰos (“white”), whence also Latin albus (“white”) and Ancient Greek ἀλφός (alphós, “whiteness, white leprosy”). The primary meaning of Common Celtic word is "upper world" (as opposed to underworld), with semasiological development similar to e.g. Russian свет (svet, “world; light”).
-Any of several small towns in the United States.
-The ancient name for England Oriya sometimes, the British Isles), now only used poetically.
-(w West Bromwich Albion Football Club), a football team from West Bromwich