Dictionary of Medieval Names
from European Sources

Erlebald m. Old Saxon erl 'earl, man' + Old German bald 'bold'.

The name of an 11th C Italian saint.

France
Latin
1135 Arlebaudi (gen) clairvaux-12thc 7; a1147 Erlebaudo (abl) ibid. 13; 1147 Arlebaldi (gen) ibid. 14, Erlebaldus (nom) ibid. 18; 1147x1162 Erlebaldus (nom) ibid. 55, Herlebaldus (nom) ibid. 50, Herlebaudus (nom) ibid. 55; 1162 Erlebaldo (abl) ibid. 39; 1163–64 Erlebaldus (nom) ibid. 106, Erlebaudi (gen) ibid. 106, Erlebaudus (nom) ibid. 106; 1164 Ellebaudi (gen) ibid. 120, Erlebaldus (nom) ibid. 120, Erlebaudi (gen) ibid. 120, Erlebaudus (nom) ibid. 120; 1171 Ellebaldus (nom) ibid. 142, Erlebaldus (nom) ibid. 145; 1179 Herlebaudi (gen) ibid. 174, Herlebaudus (nom) ibid. 174, Herleboudi (gen) ibid. 181
Germany
Latin
802 Erlapald (nom) FRA-XXXL 7; 1108 Erleboldus (nom) quix-vol1 85
Cite as: S.L. Uckelman. "Erlebald". In S.L. Uckelman, ed. The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources, Edition 2017, no. 1. http://dmnes.org/2017/1/name/Erlebald.