What does Rosario mean?
From Rosarius. In Roman Catholic countries, this name has traditionally been given to those born on the first Sunday in October, the Feast of "Our Lady of the Rosary". This name is feminine in Spanish and masculine in Italian.
Associated with: roman
(male) Roario, Rosarro, ..
(female) Rosarra, Rosarry, ..
How popular is Rosario?
Rosario is a somewhat popular first name for men (#953 out of 1220, Top 78%) and an even more popular last name for both adults and children (#865 out of 150436, Top 1%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is the baby name statistics of Rosario for boys. Rosario was first listed in 1900-1909 and reached its peak position of #557 in the U.S. during 1910-1919, but is not ranked at the moment. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Suggested similar names are Arsanio (see Arsenio), Cesario, Damario, Dario▲, Demario, Esabio (see Eusebius), Esavio (see Eusebius), Eusabio, Eusaio (see Eusebius), Eusavio, Helario, Hilario, Horacio, Horatio, Ilario, Illario, Jemario, Lamario, Lotario, Lothario, Macario, Makario, Mario, Morio, Nasarrio, Nazario, Renardo, Ricardo, Roark, Roarke, Roberto, Rocio, Roddric (see Roderick), Roderic, Roderigo, Roderik (see Roderick), Rodric, Rodrigo, Rodrik, Rogelio, Rogerio, Rolando, Romain, Romano, Ronaldo, Roric, Rorik, Rorric, Rosco, Roslin, Rufaro, Torio and Torrio (see Torio). These names tend to be less commonly used than Rosario.