Abbondio name meaning
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What does Abbondio mean?
Of Latin origin, Abbondio is a baby boy name, majorly used in Italian, Abbondio means "Overflowing or Abundant".
How do I pronounce Abbondio?
The most common way to pronounce three syllabled Abbondio is a-bbon-dio. Some people pronounce it as abb(o)-ndio.Names that rhyme with Abbondio
How popular is the name Abbondio?
Abbondio is a familiar baby name in Italy. As per our estimate, over 100 people has been named Abbondio globally.
Here's what numbers has to say about Abbondio
You are hard-working by nature and success drives you. having the letter A as your cornerstone reveals your strong attitude and leadership. You don't bother with explaining much because people hear only what they want to hear. You are a person of many talents but prefer to play on the safe side when it comes to earning profits. You believe that nothing is impossible until your heart beats. You are scared of failure and getting hurt by the people you love.
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Sibling Names for Abbondio
The name Abbondio is a perfect fit for any baby. It has an interesting history stemming from Italian and Latin origins and translates to “very generous” or “plentiful”. If you are looking for names with a similar feel, here are some great options:
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Famous people named Abbondio
- Abbondio Sangiorgio, Italian sculptor of the neoclassical period