What does Faustino mean?
Faustino [fau-sti-no] as a boys' name is of Latin origin, and Faustino means "lucky, fortunate". Faustino is an alternate spelling, with the suffix -ino, of Faust (Latin): from Roman faustus.
Associated with: lucky (blessed).
(male) Faustico, Festino, ..
(female) Faustiney, Faustinia, ..
How popular is Faustino?
Faustino is a somewhat prominent first name for men (#924 out of 1220, Top 76%) and an even more prominent last name for all people (#21590 out of 150436, Top 14%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Shown below is the birth name history of Faustino for boys. Faustino was first listed in 1900-1909 and reached its highest position of #1192 in the U.S. in the 1920s, but is not in the list currently. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
The only other popular related form of Faustino is Fausto. Other forms, like Faustin, are uncommon. Adoption of these forms of Faustino was at its peak in 1993 (median #1560).
Recommended names are Agostino, Agustin▲, Agustine, Agustino, Aluino, Aquilino, Augustino, Austin▼, Balbino, Balduino, Bruino (see Bruno), Caetano, Cajetano, Calvino, Carmino, Cayetano, Celestino, Claudino, Crispino, Cristiano▲, Cristino, Dustin▼, Eduino (see Edwin), Fabianno, Fabiano, Fabio, Fabriano, Fachtna, Fadelio, Fagin, Fain, Faine, Falito, Farin, Farrin, Fauzi, Feltin (see Felton), Flamino, Florino, Fortino, Fulton, Fulvio, Gaetano, Gavino, Giustino, Hasting, Justin▼, Justino, Kajetano, Laureano, Lauriano, Marino, Martino, Maximino, Natalino, Orsino, Paulino, Rubino, Ruffino, Rufino, Rustin, Sabino, Salvino, Sandino, Santino▲, Sarafino, Saturnino, Savino, Selestino, Silestino (see Celesto), Tarquino, Taurino, Ursino, Valentino▲ and Yamino. These names tend to be less commonly used than Faustino.