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Best Boy Names Ending in O

  1. TimeoHeart
    • Origin:

      Italian from Greek
    • Meaning:

      "honor"
    • Description:

      Timeo is a Top 100 name in France but is virtually unknown in the English-speaking world. Appearing briefly in the New Testament and related to Timon, a Shakespearean name, Timeo is a valid possibility for parents looking for an unusual name with cross-cultural cred.
  2. AltoHeart
    • Origin:

      Latin
    • Meaning:

      "high"
    • Description:

      With its musical allusions, a harmonious possibility.
  3. PascoeHeart
    • Origin:

      Cornish variation of Pascal
    • Meaning:

      "Easter"
    • Description:

      Pascoe was popular in medieval times and is definitely deserving of revival, especially for a child born in the Easter season. Other spellings are Pasco and Pascow.
  4. IsidroHeart
    • Origin:

      Spanish form of Isidoros, Greek
    • Meaning:

      "gift of Isis"
    • Description:

      Another Spanish boys' name that relates to a goddess, the Egyptian Isis. San Isidro is the patron saint of Madrid.
  5. BrioHeart
    • Origin:

      Italian
    • Meaning:

      "vivacity, zest"
    • Description:

      Musical term with a lot of energy.
  6. VenturoHeart
    • Origin:

      Spanish
    • Meaning:

      "good fortune, good luck"
    • Description:

      Upbeat choice.
  7. ManoloHeart
    • Origin:

      Variation of Manuel
    • Description:

      Because of shoe designer Manolo Blahnik, this has become a generic term for pricey stilettos, as in "I must have those Manolos."
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    • ChristoHeart
      • Origin:

        Slavic
      • Meaning:

        "one who carries Christ"
      • Description:

        This unusual name, which is jauntier than Chris when used as a diminutive of Christopher, is associated with the Bulgarian installation artist of that name, responsible for wrapping many public institutions and known especially for The Gates of Central Park and Running Fence. Christo is his full given name.
    • PlacidoHeart
      • Origin:

        Italian and Spanish
      • Meaning:

        "serene"
      • Description:

        Opera star Domingo was responsible for giving this popular Latin name its green card. It was commonly used by early Christians to convey their serenity in the faith, and it was borne by several minor saints.
    • CorderoHeart
      • Origin:

        Spanish
      • Meaning:

        "lamb"
      • Description:

        Sounds more like a car than a baby name. Some sources related it to the English surname Carter, which would be more stylish these days.
    • JunotHeart
      • Origin:

        Spanish variation of Junius
      • Description:

        Junot, which sounds like the goddess and indie movie name "Juno" and the Alaskan place name Juneau, is actually someting completely different. The literati will recognize the unusual name of writer Junot Diaz.
    • NatalinoHeart
      • Origin:

        Short form of Natale, Italian variation of Natalia
      • Meaning:

        "born on Christmas Day"
      • Description:

        Natalino is the jaunty Italian male nickname for the gender-neutral Natale. And it has that fashionable o ending. Natalino might work as a nickname for Nathaniel too.
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            • QuintoHeart
              • Origin:

                Spanish variation of Quintin
              • Meaning:

                "fifth"
              • Description:

                Quint or Quinton played to a Latin rhythm.
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              • TancredoHeart
                • Origin:

                  Italian from German
                • Meaning:

                  "thoughtful counsel"
                • Description:

                  A name rich in historic, poetic, and operatic allusions, and an interesting Italian alternative to the more ordinary Giovannis and Giorgios. A current prominent surname bearer is Republican Congressman Tom Tancredo.