Miyo name meaning

Updated: May 30th, 2024
Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Latin
Usage: Spanish
Meaning: Industrious, Eager to Please, Rival, Emulating, Excellent, Imitating, Rivaling, Emulum, Wetteifernde and Inspired By An Ancient Roman Sex
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What does Miyo mean?

Substantially used in Spanish isolated, Miyo is used as a gender insensitive name is rooted from Latin. Miyo is variation of imperishable and darling Emil. Emil is German equivalent of Emile. Also Emil is German form of Émile.

Meaning of Emil is Rivaling and Emulum is rooted from Latin.

Variants of Miyo

Miyoko, Emil, Emile, Émile, Aemilio, Emilian, Amiel, Emiliann, Emiliano

Names that rhyme with Miyo

How popular is the name Miyo?

Miyo is an uncommon baby name in United States where it may not be used now. But an extremely popular name in Japan where every 1 in 700 have the name. According to our findings, at least 190000 people have been bestowed Miyo around the globe.

[1] Source: Social Security Administration


Here's what numbers has to say about Miyo

When you are having hardships, you feel like the world's falling apart when it's not. You just have to find a way to get through people and make them listen. You wish everyone were just like you but they can't. Sometimes, your intuition is the reason why you made so mistakes in your life. Nothing can stop you from living the life you imagined for yourself but watch out. You always care more about other people's well-being and never find time to check how you are doing.

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  •  Iván - The boy name Iván means "Yahweh is Gracious" which is largely used in Spanish is of Hebrew origin
  •  Miguel Ángel - Miguel Ángels origin is Spanish is a baby boy name, meaning of Miguel Ángel is "Ángel or Miguel" is used prevalently in Spanish
  •  Rayén - Used principally in Spanish, Rayén has its origin in Mapudungun, Rayén means "Flower or Blossom" is aimed at baby girls
  •  Rosendo - The widespread and perennial boy name Rosendo is largely used in Spanish, Rosendo means "Famed Path or The Elements Hruod Meaning Fame" is of Visigothic origin

Famous people named Miyo

  • Miyoko Asada in Musuko as Actress
  • Miyoko Fujimori in Body & Soul as Actress
  • Miyoshi Umeki in Sayonara as Actress


  1. Social Security Administration, https://www.ssa.gov/oact/babynames/index.html
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