What does Charro mean?
Charro [char-ro] as a boys' name is pronounced CHAR-oh. It is of Spanish origin. Nickname for a cowboy, especially in Argentina.
Associated with: cowboy (warrior).
(male) Carro, Charco, ..
(female) Charri, Charve, .. Middle name pairings:
Charro Colby (C.C.), ..
How popular is Charro?
Charro is a rare first name for males and an equivalently rare surname too for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Charro has yet to be recorded in the Top 2000 thus far. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Charro is alike in pronunciation to Chairo. Other recommended names are Cadmo (see Cadmus), Caeo, Caio, Cairo▲, Camry, Carew, Carey▼, Carl▼, Carlo, Carlos, Carly, Caron, Carr, Carrey, Carrlos, Carrol▼, Carroll▼, Cary▼, Caryl, Cato, Cayo, Cayto, Cedro, Cesaro, Chadd, Chai, Chaim▲, Chanan, Chane, Channe, Channon, Chano, Chanok, Chanse, Chantry, Chantz, Chanze, Chap, Chappy, Chaps, Charlot, Charls, Charlton, Charly, Chayan, Chayne, Chayo, Cherut, Chevron, Chiko, Chiro, Cicero▼, Ciro, Clair▼, Claire, Claran, Clare▼, Clarke, Claro, Claron, Clarrie, Clarry, Corry, Curro, Curry, Czar, Darro, Faro, Hairo, Maro, Mauro, Navarro, Taro and Tauro. These names tend to be more frequently used than Charro.