Robert

[ rob-ert ]
/ ˈrɒb ərt /

noun

Henry Mar·tyn [mahr-tn] /ˈmɑr tn/,1837–1923, U.S. engineer and authority on parliamentary procedure: author of Robert's Rules of Order (1876, revised 1915).
a male given name: from Germanic words meaning “glory” and “bright.”

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Definition for robert (2 of 3)

Robert I

noun

Robert the Devil,died 1035, duke of Normandy 1028–35 (father of William I of England).
Also called Robert the Bruce, Robert Bruce. 1274–1329, king of Scotland 1306–29.

Definition for robert (3 of 3)

Ashe
[ ash ]
/ æʃ /

noun

ArthurRobert, Jr.,1943–93, U.S. tennis player.
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British Dictionary definitions for robert (1 of 2)

Ashe
/ (æʃ) /

noun

Arthur (Robert). 1943–93, US tennis player: US champion 1968; Wimbledon champion 1975

British Dictionary definitions for robert (2 of 2)

Robert I
/ (ˈrɒbət) /

noun

known as Robert the Bruce . 1274–1329, king of Scotland (1306–29): he defeated the English army of Edward II at Bannockburn (1314) and gained recognition of Scotland's independence (1328)
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