Dictionary of Medieval Names
from European Sources

Albero m. Old High German adal 'noble' + Old High German, Old Saxon bero 'bear'.

Austria
Latin
c1066 Adalberonis (gen) UrkStyria 68; 1074x1087 Adilbero (nom) ibid. 77; 1086 Adalbero (nom) ibid. 85; c1100 Adilber (nom) ibid. 89; c1115 Adelbero (nom) ibid. 102; c1120 Adalbero (nom) ibid. 104, Adelbero (nom) ibid. 104; c1125 Adalpero (nom) ibid. 115; c1128 Adalbero (nom) ibid. 118a; c1130 Adelbero (nom) ibid. 124
Czech Republic
Latin
1349 Albero (dat) chlumecky 89, Alberowi (dat) ibid. 26, Alberus (nom) ibid. 90
Germany
Latin
1000 Adalbero (nom) UrkStyria 33, Adalberoni (dat) ibid. 33, Adalberonis (gen) ibid. 33; 1005 Adalberonis (gen) ibid. 34; 1007 Adelberonis (gen) ibid. 36; 1064 Adelbero (nom) quix-vol1 92; 1125 Adelbero (nom) UrkStyria 109, Adelberonis (gen) ibid. 109; 1136 Adelbero (nom) quix-vol1 98; 1137 Albero (nom) ibid. 102; 1138 Albero (nom) ibid. 28; 1147 Adalberus (nom) mairhofer XXVI; 1149 Alberus (nom) ibid. XXXII; 1213 Albero (nom) hennes-vol1 14; 1216 Albero (nom) ibid. 22; 1219 Albero (abl) quix-vol1 73; 1249 Alberone (abl) hennes-vol1 132; 1260 Albero (nom) ibid. 187
Italy
Latin
c1080 Adalpero (nom) UrkStyria 83; 1261 Albero (nom) FRA-XXXL 209
Italian
1429–1430 Albero DiaryLMA p. 228
Cite as: S.L. Uckelman. "Albero". In S.L. Uckelman, ed. The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources, Edition 2017, no. 1. http://dmnes.org/2017/1/name/Albero.