Could Philo be the next Milo? We love the o ending and sweet meaning of this dynamic and distinctive Greek name, often used in literature, but never particularly popular.
The ancient Philo (aka Philo of Alexandria and Philo the Jew) was a Biblical philosopher who attempted to merge Greek and Jewish thought.
A character named Philo was a minor figure in Shakespeare's "Antony and Cleopatra," it was the name of the S. S. Van Dine aristocratic dandy detective Philo Vance, and Clint Eastwood's character in both "Any Which Way You Can" and "Any Which Way But Loose" was Philo Beddoe. Most well known Philo is recent real life was inventor Philo Farnsworth.