What does Oratio mean?
Oratio [ora-tio] as a name for boys. Oratio's name origins are Latin and Italian, and the name Oratio means "prayer". Oratio is a version of Horace (Latin): from Horatius. Oratio is also a form of Orazio (Italian).
(male) Orapio, Ortio, ..
(female) Orationa, Oratiosa, ..
How popular is Oratio?
Oratio is an uncommon given name for males. Oratio is an equivalently rare last name too for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Shown below is an analysis of the usage of Oratio and related names. Popular varying forms of Oratio (not ranked) appearing in the Top 2000 are Horatio, Horacio and Horace. Adoption of these relations of Oratio reached its apex in the 1890s (usage of 0.2%), but now, the form Horace has become somewhat dated. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Recommended names are Acacio, Amalio, Arcadio, Ario, Aristio, Arrio, Arsanio (see Arsenio), Biagio, Braulio, Bravlio, Bricio, Brizio, Caio, Dacio, Dario▲, Eladio, Esabio (see Eusebius), Esavio (see Eusebius), Fabio, Favio, Flavio, Franio, Ilario, Inacio, Irenio, Mario, Oates, Octavio, Odilio, Olivio, Omari▲, Oral▼, Oran▼, Orfeo, Orin, Orion▲, Orlando, Orlin, Oro, Orphie, Orric, Orrin▼, Orsin, Orsino, Orsis, Orsonio (see Orson), Orton, Orvil, Orvin, Orwin, Ostin, Otho▼, Otis▼, Ottavio, Ottis▼, Otto▼, Owain, Stasio, Tadio and Tavio. These names tend to be more frequently used than Oratio.