Name Arrigo - meaning, origin, popularity 


Arrigo meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: Old High German, Italian and Germanic
Usage: Italian
Meaning: Home, Homeland, Rich, Powerful, Power, House and Ruler
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Boy name Arrigo is originated from Old High German, Italian and Germanic used commonly in Italian language, Arrigo means "Home, Homeland, Rich, Powerful, Power, House or Ruler". Arrigo is variant form of frequently used Amerigo. Amerigo is a version of fresh Emmerich. Amerigo is Italian cognate of Emeric. Also Amerigo is equivalent of Amalrik in Italian language. Italian and Germanic name Amerigo is used primarily in Italian language, meaning of Amerigo is "Henry and Powerful".

Variants of Arrigo

Heimerich, Amerigo, Emmerich, Emeric, Amalrik, Amer, Henry, Heinrich, Anraoi, Enzo, Amalrich, Amalric, Aimeri, America, Emrick, Ahmer, Heinrick, Heimric, Haginric, Enzeo, Vincent

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Popularity of Arrigo

Arrigo is a common baby name in Italy while it is somewhat familiar in Brazil. At least, 5000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our research.


What numbers say about Arrigo?

You are an active person but lack motivation and persistence to finish goals. You can win anyone's attention with your charm. Competing with people won't bring you much but, compete with yourself will make you better than you were yesterday. Your life interests change as you change, constantly. You are often seen as the wise weirdo who doesn't talk much. When it comes to career, you don't play on the safe side but take risks in order to achieve even greater success.

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Namesakes of Arrigo

    Arrigo Boito, Italian poet, journalist, novelist, librettist and composer
  • Arrigo Delladio, Italian cross-country skier
  • Arrigo Sacchi, Italian former football coach
  • Arrigo Barnabé, Brazilian musician and actor

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