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Boy Names Ending with -eo

Eo ending baby names and what they mean, with 43 results. -eo names are used more often as masculine names. Adoption of these boy names was at its highest in 2015 (adoption of 0.73%), except for names such as Cleo which have fallen out of style. The most fashionable birth names here are Mateo (#85), Matteo (#191), Theo (#408), Eliseo (#911) and Romeo (#377), while Keo (top 8%) and Aleo (37%) are conventional -eo surnames.

-eo names

Achilleo - Leo | Maceo - Theo | Timofeo - Vireo

Achilleo - Leo

Var. of Achilles. Derivative of Greek word. From Achilleus .. Outside Top 2000.

Form of Alfred. Derived fr. Old English. "Elf or magical counsel." Popular as last name, and Alfeo (upper 99%) is comparable to popular last names Arleo (upper 89%), Araneo (60%), with the -eo suffix. See also Alfio.

Amadeus and variantsAmadeo, Amedeo
Var. of Amadeus. Stems fr. Latin element. "God's love." Amadeo (top 23%) and Amedeo (38%) appear commonly as last names.

Var. of Antaeus. Root fr. Greek language. Greek mythology .. Anto, Anter are familiar last names.

Derived fr. Spanish, Greek elements. "Best." Outside Top 2000.

From Spanish, Greek words. Uncertain meaning. Atreo is not often adopted as a boys' name.

Barthlomeo, Bartolomeo, Bartolommeo
Forms of Bartholomew. Stems fr. Aramaic language. "Son of Talmai (the farmer)." Barthlomeo, Bartolomeo and Bartolommeo are unusual as baby names.

Root fr. Welsh element. Name of a village and parish .. Unusual as a baby name, but Caeo is comparable to the more conventional Cai. See also Caw.

Form of Candelario. Stems fr. Spanish word. "Candles." Outside Top 2000.

Var. of Cletus. Origin fr. Greek. "Glory." Gender-neutral name. Somewhat atypical as a boys' name nowadays, but Cleo still exists frequently as a masculine first name.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -eo names: Amadeo, Amedeo, Cleo, Eliseo, Hideo, Leo

Var. of Cleophas. Root fr. Greek word. "Vision of glory." Less popular today. Cleo was last recorded in the 1970s in the Top 2000. Cross-gender use.

Form of Clovis. Based on Old German. "Renowned fighter." Clodoveo is scarce as a male name.

Var. of Elisha. Derivative of Hebrew word. "God is salvation." Usage of Eliseo as a children's name in 2015 was 6.9% more than a year ago. See also Elice.

Source fr. Italian language. "From Galilee." Rather quaint as a birth name. See also Galil.

Stems fr. Japanese. "Excellent man." Hideo is unconventional as a men's name.

Var. of Indio. Modern name .. Indeeo is not frequently adopted as a birth name.

Var. of Leopold. Derived fr. Old German word. "Brave people." Somewhat common as a baby name, Leo is comparable to the popular Lev. See also Lexo.

Form of Leander. Based on Greek word. "Lion man." Usage of Leo as a birth name in 2015 was up 16% compared to the previous year. See also Lex.

Form of Leonard. Derived fr. Old German word. "Lion strength." Well-used, with usage of 0.24% for Leo as a children's name in 2015, higher than 0.207% the year before. See also La-.

From Latin. "Lion." Leo is familiar (upper 14%) as a first name, and occurs commonly (upper 3%) as a last name.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -eo names for boys.

1. Achilleo - Leo
Achilles [Achilleo], Alfred [Alfeo], Amadeus [Amadeo, Amedeo], Antaeus [Anteo], Aristeo, Atreo, Bartholomew [Barthlomeo, Bartolomeo, Bartolommeo], Caeo, Candelario [Candelareo], Cletus [Cleo], Cleophas [Cleo], Clovis [Clodoveo], Elisha [Eliseo], Galileo, Hideo, Indio [Indeeo], Leopold [Leo], Leander [Leo], Leonard [Leo], Leo

Mace [Maceo], Matthew [Mateo, Madteo, Matteo], Mareo, Maurice [Maureo], Melesio [Meliseo], Nazaire [Nasareo], Nereus [Nereo], Nicandro [Nicandreo, Nikandreo], Orpheus [Orfeo], Pompeo, Rio [Reo], Rodeo, Romeo, Sergio [Sergeo], Thaddeus [Tadeo, Taddeo], Tadeo [Taddeo], Takeo, Teo, Theodore [Theo], Theobald [Theo]

Timothy [Timofeo, Timoteo, Timotheo], Tomeo, Vireo

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