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Gender: M Meaning of Claudio: "lame; enclosure" Origin of Claudio: Italian from Latin

Claudio, a most appealing Italian name, is featured in not one, but two Shakespearean plays, Measure for Measure and Much Ado About Nothing. While "lame" is the most widely acknowledged meaning, some etymologists theorize that the name may relate to the word for enclosure or clause, an alternate meaning that may appeal to a child with a form of this otherwise-attractive name.

Famous People Named Claudio

Claudio Sanchez; lead singer of the American band, Coheed and Cambria

Pop Culture References for the name Claudio

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