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Gender: M Meaning of Rocco: "rest" Origin of Rocco: Italian from German Rocco's Popularity in 2015: #463

Madonna did much to polish up the image of this old-neighborhood Italian choice when she picked it for her son with British director Guy Ritchie. It now feels much more mainstream, sharing the quirky appeal of some other so-far-out-they're-in names as Bruno and Hugo.

Legendary boxers Rocky Graziano and Rocky Marciano were both born Rocco. Rocco DiSpirito is an award-winning celebrity chef. Rocco Landesman, meanwhile, is a noted Broadway producer.

Famous People Named Rocco

Rocco Francis "Rocky" Marciano, American boxer
Thomas Rocco "Rocky" Graziano, American boxer
Rocco DiSpirito, American chef and TV personality
Rocco Wu, American actor
Rocco Dan Baldelli, American baseball player
Rocco Domenico "Rocky" Colavito, American baseball player
Rocco Anthony Mediate, American golfer
Rocco Antonio Siffredi, Italian adult film actor
Rocco DeLuca, American singer-songwriter
Rocco Rio Reynolds (b. 2010), son of model Jillian Barberie
Rocco Ritchie (2000), son of director Guy Ritchie & singer Madonna
Rocco Faison (2013), son of actors Donald Faison and CaCee Cobb
Rocco Bertie Byrne (b. 2007), son of singer Nicky Byrne; twin brother Jay
Rocco Gillette, son of musician Lita Ford
John Rocco Falconetti (b. 2009), son of Shannon Lee Miller

Pop Culture References for the name Rocco

Rocco Cammeniti, character in Australian soap "Neighbours"
Johnny Rocco, fugitive gangster in 1948 film "Key Largo"
Rocco Lampone, character in The Godfather series
Rocco Parondi, character in 1960 Italian film "Rocco and His Brothers"
Rocco the Beaver, puppet on the Danish TV series "Dolph & Wulff with Friends"
Rocco the Dog, puppet on the Canadian TV series "Puppets Who Kill"
Rocco de' Medici, a master swordsman and long-lost heir to the late Duke of Florence on TV series Leonardo.
Rocco, word for "horse" in Tolkien Elvish

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