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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".


Gino has 3 variants: Geno, Jeno and Jino.

Gino has 22 more related forms via Eugene: Efigenio, Efigenios, Efigenius, Ephigenio, Ephigenios, Eugen, Eugenio, Eugenios, Eugenius, Eugeniusz, Evgeni, Evgeny, Evgueni, Evguenni, Gene, Ifigenio, Ifigenios, Iphigenios, Iphigenius, Owen, Yevgeni and Yevgeny.

Kreatif forms: Gibno, Gilno. [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)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Gino name in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Gino outside U.S.

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 Evgeny 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%, down 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)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Gino, Eugene, Eugenio, Gene, Owen in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Owen outside U.S.

Similar Names

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.