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  1. #6
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    Leo Pasquale is so handsome, I love the sound of it.
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  2. #8
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    Leo Pasquale is a strong, handsome, and very dashing sort of a name. I love it! And it sounds much more interesting than Leo Evander (which doesn't flow well to me...).
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  3. #10
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    Leo Pasquale, hands down (but I'm bias because I absolutely adore Pasqualina)
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  4. #12
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    I think Leo is quite handsome. I personally prefer longer versions such as Leon and Leonardo (nn Leo).
    Leon Pasquale or Leonardo Pasquale would both get my vote.
    ...if my husbands has no vote, then....
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  5. #14
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    Are you pronouncing it in Italian or just spelling it that way? And if you are pronouncing it in Italian, are you pronouncing Leo in Italian, too?
    Leo Pasquale is pretty awesome, but I'd personally be consistent with spellings and pronunciations.
    LEH-o as the pronunciation for Leo is one of my favourites. SO fantastic!

    Leo Evander is definitely way more English. I do like it, though.
    If you're in to it, Leandro kind of combines Leo and Evander, and Leandro Pasquale is amazing. You could easily still call him Leo as a nickname. I know a Leandro "Leo" from Argentina and he definitely made me fall for the name.
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