What does Beniamino mean?
Beniamino [be-ni-ami-no] as a name for boys is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Beniamino is "son of the right hand; son of the south; son of my old age". Beniamino is a version of Benjamin (Hebrew) with the suffix -o.
Beniamino has 2 variants: Benyamino and Binyamino.Kreatif forms:
(male) Beniaminet, Burniamino, ..
(female) Beniamica, Beniamira, ..
How popular is Beniamino?
Beniamino is an uncommon given name for men. Beniamino is a unique last name too for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Popular related forms of Beniamino (not ranked) rated in the Top 2000 are Benjamin (#12 in 2014), Benjamen and Benjaman. Other forms, like Veniamin, are uncommon. Adoption of these forms of Beniamino was at its highest in the 1980s (usage of 0.77%) and has remained as conventional to this day (usage 0.72%, 6.5% less). Benjamin is more familiar than the rest, while Benjaman used to be popular. Shown below is an analysis of the history of Beniamino and affiliated names. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Recommended names are Beagin, Beaman, Beamann (see Beaman), Beamen, Beamon, Belisario, Bellamie, Bellarmine, Bellarmino (see Bellarmine), Benejamen, Benicio, Benigno, Benito, Benjiman▼, Benjimen, Benjiro, Bennito, Benno, Bernardino, Biagio, Bonami, Bonifacio, Brendano, Briano, Cefirino, Flamino, Maximino, Sebarino (see Seferino), Serafino, Yamino and Zefirino. These names tend to be more commonly used than Beniamino.