Silvestro name meaning

Updated: March 17th, 2024
Gender: Boy
Origin: Latin
Usage: Italian and Spanish
Pronunciation: s(i)-lvest-ro
Meaning: Of the Forest
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What does Silvestro mean?

Curious boy name Silvestro is especially used in Italian and Spanish which of Latin origin, meaning of Silvestro is "Of the Forest". Silvestro is variant of well-known and all time favorite Silvester.

Originated from Latin, French and English, Queer Silvester, Silvester means "Trees and Man of the Woods".

How do I pronounce Silvestro?

The proper pronunciation of three syllabled Silvestro is s(i)-lvest-ro. The name can also be pronounced as sil-ves-tro.

Variants of Silvestro

Silvester, Silvestio

Names that rhyme with Silvestro

How popular is the name Silvestro?

Silvestro is a rare baby name in United States there is very thin chances of it still being given. According to our research, at least 7000 people have been bestowed Silvestro around the globe.



Here's what numbers has to say about Silvestro

You lack passion and wilderness. Getting played by the people you trust is your deepest fear. Learn how to live on your own and trust others without losing yourself and your self-respect. It's time you give adventure and spontaneity a chance. Accept what you feel and express it when you feel the urge. You are like a cat. No matter how you fall, you always get back on your feet. Your intuition is almost never wrong when it comes to people.

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Famous people named Silvestro

  • Silvestro Aldobrandini, Florentine jurisconsult and the father of Pope Clement VIII
  • Silvestro de Buoni, Italian painter of the early-Renaissance period
  • Silvestro Ganassi dal Fontego, Venetian musician and author of two important treatises on instrumental technique
  • Silvestro Chiesa, Italian painter of the Baroque period
  • Silvestro de' Gigli, medieval Bishop of Worcester
  • Silvestro Lega, Italian realist painter

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