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Gender: Male Origin of Enzo: Italian variation of Henry, also diminutive of Vincenzo and Lorenzo Meaning of Henry: German, "estate ruler" Enzo's Popularity in 2018: #228

The name Enzo is a boy's name of Italian origin. Enzo is ranked #228 on our popularity charts and is often added to lists like Bold Bohemian Names for Boys and discussed in our forums with posts like "Baby a Day".

From the experts:

Like Leonardo and Luca, Enzo, originally a short form of Vincenzo and Lorenzo, is one of the confident and captivating Italian names beginning to be used by parents of all ethnic backgrounds, including Patricia Arquette and Annabeth Gish.

In addition to its native country, Enzo is currently mega popular in France.

Sports car aficionados might associate the name with Enzo Ferrari, founder of the luxury brand.

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Pop Culture References for the name Enzo

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Comments

Mayara Says:

2017-12-18T15:21:57

Here in Brazil, if you yell this name at a preschool, all the kids will look at you. The same goes for Valentina.

cricketbell Says:

2017-02-12T06:55:04

My nephew's name! I didn't like it at first, but now I love it.

lemonqueen Says:

2016-07-16T00:51:14

I just love this name! Not Italian myself, but it's beautiful anyway.

Guest Says:

2014-08-27T02:38:58

If I named my son Henry I would definitely call him Enzo for a nickname--it's the best of both worlds! 😍

Nooshi Says:

2014-06-30T03:36:05

There is no way anyone can hate this name after they read The Art of Racing in the Rain. Enzo the dog singlehandedly introduced me to the name and made me fall in love with it.

Guest Says:

2014-06-22T17:02:50

Growing on me, but I always hear "end zone"