Meaning : Noble; bright, famous, Noble and bright, Noble And Bright,

Origin : Polish, Italian, Hungarian, German, English,

Pronunciation : al-BUR-tə (English), ahl-BER-tah (Italian, Polish)  , al BER ta,

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Alberta Expression, Alberta Soul Urge, Alberta Inner Dream


Numerology information Alberta:

numerologyName Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear


Additional information Alberta:

additionalCanadian province.

additionalAlberta is the feminine form of 'Albert'. The name was borne by one of Queen Victoria's daughters, and the Canadian province of Alberta can be attributed to this bearer.

additionalTeutonic Meaning: The name Alberta is a Teutonic baby name. In Teutonic the meaning of the name Alberta is: Intelligent or noble.

additionalAmerican Meaning: The name Alberta is an American baby name. In American the meaning of the name Alberta is: Intelligent or noble.

additionalHungarian Meaning: The name Alberta is a Hungarian baby name. In Hungarian the meaning of the name Alberta is: Bright or noble.

additionalEnglish Meaning: The name Alberta is an English baby name. In English the meaning of the name Alberta is: from the Old German Adalbert meaning noble and bright. The Canadian province Alberta was named for Queen Victoria and prince Albert's daughter Princess Louise Alberta, who was married to a former Canadian Governor General.

additionalGerman Meaning: The name Alberta is a German baby name. In German the meaning of the name Alberta is: Noble, bright. Feminine of Albert.

additionalFeminine form of ALBERT. This is the name of a Canadian province, which was named in honour of a daughter of Queen Victoria.


Definition funny of Alberta:

urbanThe Texas of the North

urbanOil, cows, and redneck politicians? But cold? Must be Alberta.

urbanscenery wise, alberta looks like colordo, with the towering rockies in the west and flat plains in the east. edmonton and calgary are the 2 biggest cities, and they hate each other. alberta is the texas of canada. much more consevative than any other province, and sitting on oil riche$

urbanalberta is rolling in the dough from their oil excavation.

urbanAll these hateful comments make me laugh. Probably because most of it is true, but on a milder degree. Yes we have the rich oil companies and fucking oceans of cows and wheat, no provincial tax and some pretty shit-brained politicians. Edmonton and Calgary hate each other because both of our hockey teams suck, one has a massive mall and the other has stampede. The cities are surrounded by spots of little run down hick towns full of environment-trashing rednecks that spit, swear and drink their lives away. The bigger cities sort of get into the cowboy spirit, but its more like "Yeah wooh! Western culture...cows, horses, booze.....okay people lets get back to work now." And to top it off, its cold as fuck here - forget what everyone else tells you its like 8 months of winter here, I shit you not. We have had snow in june and august before. No it's not perfect, yes there are some serious assholes here and yes, we are very rich. But you have to remember every province or state has its quirks and flaws, and you can't always generalize, because there are some really nice people here. Also - if you're going to vacation somewhere, you probably shouldn't come here, there really isnt much worth seeing. Nice place to live though :)

urbanI was about to go all ape shit "Hey man I live here and I'm way more open minded than you obviously!" but then I was like "wait...truth be told most people in alberta /are/ like that :( I'm outnumbered"

urbanThe Texas of Canada. Full of hard nosed blue collar conservatives that are rich in oil. The only province, territory, or state in North America that is so economically powerful it could be its own nation (and should be, just to be dicks to Quebec). The number one past time of Albertans is working, when they aren't working they are usually getting drunk. This is due to there being absolutely nothing else to do in Alberta. Other provinces hate Alberta for its wealth and general arrogant attitude, but often sympathize with them afterwards when they realized what a mundane place it is to live in.


Expression information Alberta:

expressionPeople with this name are excited by change, adventure, and excitement. They are dynamic, visionary and versatile, able to make constructive use of freedom. They fight being restricted by rules and conventions. They tend to be optomistic, energetic, intelligent, and to make friends easily. They may be changeable, restless, untidy, and rebellious.


Soul information Alberta:

soulPeople with this name have a deep inner need for quiet, and a desire to understand and analyze the world they live in, and to learn the deeper truths.


Songs about Alberta:

songsAlberta - Eric Clapton  

songsAlberta #1 (Remastered) by Bob Dylan from the Album The Complete Album Collection - The 70's

songsAlberta Bound [1988 Version] by Gordon Lightfoot from the Album Gord's Gold Volume II

songsConquistador (Live at Edmonton, Alberta/1971) by Procol Harum from the Album Live In Concert With The Edmondon Symphony Orchestra (Live At Edmonton, Alberta/1971)

songsAlberta by Eric Clapton from the Album Unplugged (Deluxe)

songsAlberta Bound by Gordon Lightfoot from the Album Don Quixote

songsRiver of Fools [Live at the Alberta Bair Theatre, 1992] by Los Lobos from the Album Los Lobos / Just Another Band From East L.A.: A Collection

songsAlberta by Eric Clapton from the Album Eric Clapton Blues


Books about Alberta:

booksAlberta Skies by Kathryn Imbriani (Jul 12, 2011)

booksAlberta Infant Motor Scale Record Booklet (Package of 50) by Martha Piper PT PhD, Johanna Darrah MSc PT and Martha C. Piper (Jan 15, 1994)

booksThe Alberta Connection (A Ryce Dalton Novel) by R. Clint Peters, Writer's Edge Publishing and WEP Fiction (Jan 10, 2013)

booksThe Alberta High School Math Competitions 1957-2006: A Canadian Problem Book by Andy Liu (Sep 30, 2009)

booksAlberta Road Atlas: Range & Township Roads by (Oct 19, 2012)

booksAlberta Brides: Unchained Hearts/The Heart Seeks a Home/Chastity's Angel/Crane's Bride (Heartsong Novella Collection... by Linda Ford (Jun 20, 2005)

booksAlberta 1:1,000,000 Travel Reference Map 2010*** (International Travel Maps) by International Travel Maps and Books (Mar 1, 2010)


Movies about Alberta:

moviesPassport to Adventure Alberta, Canada 2013 NR CC - Runtime: 52 mins Directed by: Julie Conover

moviesAlberta Cross Live in Concert 2012 NR - Runtime: 23 mins Directed by: LLC Baeble Media

moviesExploring Horizons Vision Quest - Southern Alberta Canada 2008 NR CC - Runtime: 46 mins Directed by: Arctic Jungle Films

moviesAlberta, Canada - The Canadian Rockies 2010 NR - Runtime: 27 mins Starring: Joseph Rosendo Directed by: Joseph Rosendo

moviesPetropolis: Aerial Perspectives on the Alberta Tar Sands 2012 NR - Runtime: 43 mins Starring: Peter Mettler Directed by: Peter Mettler

moviesWalking On Oil Alberta's Oil Sands 2011 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 20 mins Directed by: George Angelescu

moviesRiding the Range in Southern Alberta, Canada 2012 NR - Runtime: 27 mins Directed by: Joseph Rosendo


Wiki information Alberta:

Canadian Province, Dated location, Literature Subject, Newspaper circulation area, Court jurisdiction area, Organization scope, Filming location, Fictional Setting, Statistical region, Travel destination

Alberta is a province of Canada. With a population of 3,645,257 in 2011 and an estimated population of 4,121,692 as of July 1, 2014, it is Canada's fourth-most populous province and most populous of Canada's three prairie provinces. Alberta and its...

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Calgary is a city in the province of Alberta, Canada. It is situated at the confluence of the Bow River and the Elbow River in the south of the province, in an area of foothills and prairie, approximately 80 km east of the front ranges of the...