Gerolamo meaning and origin
Meaning of Gerolamo is Sacred Name used for baby boys has its origin in Old Greek is used mostly in Italian. Gerolamo is variant of popular, persistent and biblical Jerome. Also Jerome is form of Hieronymus in English language. Jerome's meaning is Sacred Name and Sacred Name One who Bears a Holy Name has origin in Old Greek.
Variants of GerolamoNames that rhyme with Gerolamo
Popularity of Gerolamo
Gerolamo is a common baby name in Italy. According to our evaluation, over 2000 babies have been named Gerolamo globally.
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Having no 5 as your personality number represents your extraordinary personality and creativity. When it comes to career, you don't play on the safe side but take risks in order to achieve even greater success. Although you can't stand in one place for too long, if something catches your attention, you are willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done perfectly. There's nothing that you cannot achieve if you focus on it.
Other names similar to Gerolamo, for soon-to-be-parents
- Edvige - Edvige's meaning is Fight or Battle is used in Italian aimed at girls is rooted from Old High German and Germanic
- Ettore - Offbeat Ettore has its origin in Old Greek bestowed upon boys, Ettore means "Possess, Hold or Who Owns" is primarily used in Italian
- Degna - Girl name Degna means "Worthy" which is used notably in Italian is of Latin origin
- Cenae - New-fangled and Offbeat Cenae is originated from Italian and Roman, Cenae means "Main meal of the day, Supper and From the surname Cena" is given to baby girls. Cenae is feminine version of Cena.
- Pino - Used specifically in Italian unusual, Pino means "He (God) Will Add" has its roots in Hebrew is aimed at baby boys
Namesakes of Gerolamo
- Gerolamo Emiliani, Italian humanitarian
- Gerolamo Sersale, Italian Jesuit astronomer and selenographer
- Gerolamo Olgiati, government official
- Gerolamo Marquese d'Andrea, Italian Cardinal
- Gerolamo Giovenone, Italian painter of the early Renaissance period
- Gerolamo Cardano, Italian polymath