What does Carmelo mean?
Carmelo /car-me-lo/ as a boys' name is pronounced kar-MAY-loh. It is of Italian and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Carmelo is "orchard;, garden". Biblical place name: refers to Mount Carmel in Israel, which is referred to in ancient writings as a paradise.
(male) Camelo, Cormelo, ..
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How popular is Carmelo?
Carmelo is a somewhat popular first name for males (#704 out of 1220, Top 58%) and an even more popular surname for both adults and children (#62577 out of 150436, Top 42%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Shown below is the baby name popularity of Carmelo for boys. Carmelo was first listed in 1900-1909 and reached its peak position of #516 in the U.S. in 2013, and is currently at #653. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Shown below is an analysis of the popularity of Carmelo and affiliated names. Carmello (#1521 in recent rankings), Karmelo and Carmel are the prominent related forms of Carmelo (#653 in recent rankings). Usage of these relations of Carmelo was common in 2013 and is somewhat less today. Carmelo has generally been preferred by parents.
Carmelo▲ is alike in pronunciation to Karmeli and Karmelli. Other recommended names are Aurelo, Cabell, Caddell, Cadel, Cadell, Cadmo (see Cadmus), Cael, Caeo, Cameron, Camillo, Camilo▲, Capel, Capell, Capello, Cappel, Cardell, Cardelle, Carden, Carel, Carew, Carey▼, Carl▼, Carleton, Carley, Carlile, Carlito, Carlo, Carlos, Carlow, Carly, Carlyle, Carman, Carmen▼, Carmin, Carmine, Carmino, Carne, Carnell, Carnelle, Carney, Carrey, Carrlos, Carrol▼, Carroll▼, Carsen▲, Carswell, Carter▲, Cartrell, Carvel, Carvell, Carver, Carvil, Caryll, Caswell, Catullo, Cereno, Cirillo, Cirilo, Cordell▼, Cordero, Cornel, Cornelio, Cornell, Coryell, Curtell, Harlo, Hermilo, Karlo, Manuelo, Marcello, Marcelo▲, Rafaelo and Vangelo. These names tend to be less commonly used than Carmelo.