What does Emilio mean?
(male) Efilio, Etilio, ..
(female) Emieli, Emiol, ..
How popular is Emilio?
Emilio is a very popular first name for males (#490 out of 1220, Top 40%) and also a very popular surname for both adults and children (#49159 out of 150436, Top 33%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Charted below is the baby name statistics of Emilio for boys. Emilio reached its top rank of #274 in the U.S. in 2007, and is presently at #280. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Prominent varying forms of Emilio (#280 the previous year) listed in the Top 2000 are Emiliano (#254 the previous year), Emil (#1411) and Emile. Usage of these relations of Emilio was widespread in the 1880s (average #781) and has remained as widespread to this day (#986, ▼3%), but with versions like Emil becoming somewhat outmoded. Emilio has been the recurring favorite, although Emiliano appears to be getting popular too.
Emilio▲ is alike in pronunciation to Amali, Amalio and Amelio. Other suggested similar names are Adulio, Alicio, Anisio, Attilio, Basilio, Bricio, Brizio, Cecilio, Celio, Cirilio, Earlie, Edelin, Edlin, Eelia, Efisio, Egidio, Egil, Eifion, Eigil, Eilad, Eilam, Eilan, Eilgin, Eilian, Eilif, Eilon, Einion, Eirik, Elia, Elie, Eligia, Eligio, Eliot, Elis, Eliseo▲, Eliso, Eliu, Elli, Elliot▲, Ellis, Elmo▼, Elvio, Elvo, Emeliano, Emeri, Emich, Emicho, Emir, Emmit, Ennio, Enzio, Erico, Erlie, Erminio, Ermino, Esabio (see Eusebius), Esavio (see Eusebius), Esebio, Euclid, Eusaio (see Eusebius), Evaldo (see Everild), Evelin, Ezio, Giulio, Julio, Licio, Lidio, Mikio, Odilio, Olivio, Pompilio and Silvio. These names tend to be less frequently used than Emilio.