Umberto is the Italian form of Humbert, a Germanic name meaning “bright warrior” or “bright bear cub” from Germanic elements hun (warrior, bear cub) and beraht (bright). I’ve also seen the first element of the name hun as being connected to the Huns, a nomadic tribe who came from somewhere between the Caucasus and Central Asia. Humbert is also a surname originating from the given name.
- Humbert (German, French, English)
- Hunberct (Ancient Germanic)
- Humberto (Spanish, Portuguese)
- Umberta (Italian)