What does Sergio mean?
Saint Sergius (14th century) was a much-loved Russian saint. Late figure-skater, Sergei Grinkov. Composers Sergei Rachmaninoff, Sergei Prokofiev; impresario Serge Diaghilev; film director Sergio Leone.
Associated with: saint
(male) Segio, Serjay, ..
(female) Sergiona, Sergiosa, ..
How popular is Sergio?
Sergio is a very prominent first name for men (#289 out of 1220, Top 24%) and also a very prominent surname for all people (#28994 out of 150436, Top 19%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Presented below is the birth name history of Sergio for boys. Sergio was first listed in 1920-1929 and reached its highest position of #157 in the U.S. in the year 1992, and is at #307 currently. (2014 Birth Statistics)
The only other prominent related form of Sergio (#307 the previous year) rated in the Top 2000 is Serge. Adoption of these relations of Sergio was at its highest 2 decades ago (usage of 0.1%) and is somewhat lower today (usage 0.1%, ▼49%).
Recommended names are Alerio, Ario, Arrio, Bergin, Biagio, Celio, Curcio, Darcio, Dario▲, Decio, Eligio, Fergie, Genio, Georgio, Giorgio, Marcio, Mario, Morio, Pedrio (see Pedro), Refugio, Sachio, Sagiv, Salvio, Sanzio, Sarge, Sariq, Saverio, Scipio, Scorpio, Seager, Sebo, Sedric, Sedrik, Seeger, Segar, Seger, Segev, Seiji, Selig, Selim, Selmo, Selwin, Senior, Seppi, Serafin, Serafino, Seraph, Sereno, Sergent, Servacio, Servas, Sesto, Severo, Sevrin, Sherif, Sherwin, Silvio, Spero, Stasio, Sylvio, Torio, Torrio (see Torio), Vergil and Vergilio. These names tend to be less commonly used than Sergio.