Igo meaning and origin
Origin of Igo is in Scandinavian, meaning of Igo is "Guardian of the Youth". Igo is form of admired Igor. Igor is variant of well-known and virtuous George. Also Igor is variant of old-school and prevailing Inger. Igor is also variant of Ingvar. Igor is also a version of dominant and perennial Ivor. Igor is Russian and Latin form of Ingvarr. Of Old Norse, Scandinavian and Old Greek origin, Igor, Igor means "Guardian of the Youth and Warrior". Igo is celebrated on June 5th.
Variants of IgoNames that rhyme with Igo
Popularity of Igo
Igo is a common baby name in Brazil and Indonesia while it is somewhat familiar in Papua New Guinea, Nigeria, DR Congo, Russia, Netherlands and India. According to our estimate, at least 5000 people have been bestowed Igo around the globe.
Numerological aspects of Igo
You want to be surrounded by great minds that talk about ideas, achievements and changing the world. You take things too seriously and it makes you nervous when something doesn't go as planned. Although you are not walking that path right now, you have a plan on letting everything go and follow your heart for once in your life. You lack passion and wilderness. You have a strong attitude but in order to be happy, you have to be open to new things.
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Namesakes of Igo
- Igo Gruden, Slovene poet and translator
- Igo Etrich, Austrian flight pioneer
- Igo Sym, Austrian-born Polish actor and collaborator with Nazi Germany