Venancio meaning and origin
Unconventional boy name Venancio means "Fan of Hunting" has origin in Latin.Names that rhyme with Venancio
Popularity of Venancio
Venancio is an uncommon baby name in United States, although it has been in use since 1919 but could not make beyond the top 3000. Over 486 babies in United States have been named Venancio. The given name is a rare baby name in France and may not be used now. But Venancio is a popular baby name in Mexico where every 1 in 6000 have the name as well as in, Philippines, Guatemala, Angola, Paraguay and Brazil. At least, 90000 people globally have been given the name as per our research.
Numerological analysis of Venancio
You predict things before they happen. Reorder your priorities and put work as last. Become best at what you do for a living. Love is most important in your life. You can go from closely related to distant in a second. Remember there's always more than one way to solve a problem or overcome an obstacle. If someone catches your eye, you are into the person before you even know it. However, this affects your self-confidence in a negative way.
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Namesakes of Venancio
- Venancio Flores, Uruguayan political leader and general
- Venancio Ramos, retired football striker from Uruguay
- In 1947, Venancio Marcos played the role of N in documentary film Suburbios.