Other Origin(s):Italian, Spanish
Meaning:Bright day, shining day
Dagoberto is a distinguished name often given to boys, from the Old High German Dagaperht, meaning “bright day” or “shining day.” Dagoberto has a Spanish/Italian flair with its “o” spelling, lending an extra dash of rhythm and romance to this dapper title. Dagobert I was the king of Austrasia, Burgundy, and Neustria and sovereign to the Franks during the 7th century AD. Brimming with royal charm and positively glowing with sunlight, Dagoberto is a loving way to commemorate the bright, shining day baby arrives.
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