What does Gino mean?
Gino /gi-no/ [2 sylls.] as a boys' name is pronounced JEE-no. It is of Italian origin. Short form of Ambrogino (Greek) "ever-living" or Luigino or Eugenio, from Eugene (Greek) "noble aristocrat". Also a pet form of Giacomo.
Gino▼ has 24 more related forms via Eugene, Giacomo: Efigenio, Efigenios, Efigenius, Ephigenio, Ephigenios, Eugen, Eugenio▼, Eugenios, Eugenius, Eugeniusz, Evgeni, Evgeny, Evgueni, Evguenni, Gene▼, Ifigenio, Ifigenios, Iphigenios, Iphigenius, Jacopo, Lapo, Owen▲, Yevgeni and Yevgeny.Kreatif forms: Gianno, Gibno, Giyn. [more]
How popular is Gino?
Gino is a somewhat prominent first name for males (#927 out of 1220, Top 76%) and also a somewhat prominent surname for all people (#75466 out of 150436, Top 50%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Presented below is the birth name popularity of Gino for boys. Gino was first listed in 1900-1909 and reached its apex rank of #635 in the U.S. in 1992, and is at #942 presently. (Top 1000 Birth Names Records, 2014)
Shown below is a comparison of the popularity of the boy name Gino and related names. Prominent alternative forms of Gino (#942 last year) are Eugene (#790 last year), Eugenio, Gene and Owen (#36). Forms like Evguenni are uncommon. Usage of these boy names reached its peak during 1920-1929 (usage of 0.6198%) and is now much lower (usage 0.2464%, ▼60.2%), with the forms Eugene, Eugenio, Gene and Gino becoming less in vogue. Owen (#36) is the most fashionable boy name in this list, with this name going through a rekindling in popularity. (Top 1000 Birth Names Records, 2014)
Gino▼ is pronounced similarly to Genio and Jano. Other recommended similar baby names are Dino▼, Gaine, Gian, Guinn, Gun, Gunn, Gwin, Gwinn, Lino, Pino, Tino and Zino. These names tend to be less frequently used than Gino.