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Meanings: Lion Brave Lion-bold Brave People Lion-man Leo Greek, Latin origin, meaning: lion Short form of Leonhard (meaning composition of "Lion" and "strong") and Leopold (meaning composition of "folk" and "bold"). Pope popular name. Namesakes: Leon Trotsky, Soviet politician.
First name derived from Leon. Comes from the Latin "leo" means "lion" in celebration on 10 November.. Orderly, logical, ratherLéoare conformists. Diplomats, patients,Léolike to explain and convince. Léo are good teachers. Calm, methodical, precise,Léoare provided with a strong personality. Talkative, nonchalant, sociable,Léoare connoisseurs who know how to enjoy life. Love of order,Léodo not like the unexpected. These are extraordinary storytellers who love to charm their audience.
Full form of Léo : Literary Opinionated
Léo is not a native United States and Léo may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name.
Expression number of Leo is 5.
Leo love adventure, excitement and freedom. Leo are clever, quick-witted and unusually adaptable. Leo are capable of doing anything they wish for.
Names that rhyme with Leo Famous people named Leo
Mary McLeod in London Blackout Murders as Actress
Cleo Van Eden in Heisse Nächte as Actress
Léonie Berthonnaud in X.A.N.A. 2.0 as Actress
Leonora Hornblow in Goldwyn: The Man and His Movies as
Leona Helmsley in 1989 as
Jenny Leonhardt in Eloise at Large as Actress
Lili Leon in A la cama con Porcel as Actress
Pinky de Leon in Santa santita as Actress
Leonie Norton in One Life to Live as Actress
Leona Gage in Tales of Terror as ActressNames like Leo Leo Namesakes Related Names: Leo Leoba Leobardo Leocadia Leocadio Leoda Leodan Leodbriht Leodegance Leodegario Leodegran Leodegrance Leodhere Leodis Leodore Leodwald Leof Leofa Leofard Leofeca Comments :Alexia Hurless Leo is a proper name Italian male. The name has come from the Latin name Imperial Leo, literally " lion ". It was very popular among the early Christians and was chosen by thirteen popes. The names Leone and Lev , the source respectively the Greek and Russian, are the related, thus having the same meaning, and it is not uncommon to be used interchangeably with each other (as in the case of the various popes with this name, or the famous writer Leo Tolstoy ); the name Leonio is instead a derivative thereof. Meaningfully, Leo can be compared, in addition to the aforementioned Leone and Lev, even to ' the Arab Osama and all' Jewish Ari.
Versions in other languages of the name are Czech : Leoš, Croatian : Leo, Danish : Leo, Finnish : Leo, French : Léo, English : Leo, Female: Leola, Latin : Leo, Norwegian : Leo, Russian : Лев ( Lev ), Dutch : Leo, Portuguese : Léo, Swedish : Leo, German : Leo, Hungarian : Leó.
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