Reto meaning and origin
Used primarily in Swiss German, German and Rhaeto-Romanic, Reto aimed at boys and originated from German, Latin and Rhaeto-Romanic, Reto means "Rhaetian". Reto is Latin equivalent of Reto.
Variants of RetoNames that rhyme with Reto
Popularity of Reto
Reto is a familiar baby name in Switzerland, it has been in use since 1998 and was able to reach the top 200 names. In 1998, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 109 on boy names chart when 70 babies were given the name Reto. There are over 657 babies that have been given the name Reto in Switzerland. Also, Reto is a familiar name in Indonesia, Germany, Uganda, India and Philippines. At least, 20000 people globally have carried Reto as their given name according to our research.
Reto in Nordic countries
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Numerological analysis of Reto
Because of your naivety and kind-heart, you often get disappointed. You are used to tolerating people but maybe you should show them their place sometimes. Although you believe being sensitive is a bad trait, you are wrong. It's okay to live a normal life but you weren't born for one. Having number 11 as your soul urge no symbolizes your wandering nature. Skin touch makes you nervous because you feel it so deeply that it makes you tremble.
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Namesakes of Reto
- Reto Rossetti, poet and an Esperantist professor
- Reto Burgermeister, Swiss cross country skier
- Reto Lamm, former snowboarding champion from Switzerland
- Reto Hug, former athlete from Switzerland
- Reto Ziegler, Swiss footballer
- Reto Götschi, Swiss bobsledder who competed in the 1990s
- Reto Von Arx, Swiss former ice hockey player
- Reto Zanni, Swiss footballer who plays for SC Buochs
- Reto Capadrutt, Swiss bobsledder who competed in the 1930s