[ syll. dro-go, dr-ogo ] The baby boy name Drogo is pronounced DROWGow †. Drogo's language of origin is Slavonic and Germanic. It is predominantly used in English. Germanic origin: The name is of debated origin; it could be of the Gothic dragen (meaning 'to bear, to carry') or the Saxon drog, or else it could be derived via Germanic from the short form of Slavonic names starting with 'Drogo-'. It was popularized among English speakers in the 19th century after it was adopted as a middle name by various members of the aristocratic Montagu family, such as William Drogo Montagu (1823-1890), 7th Duke of Manchester, and his son George Victor Drogo Montagu (1853-1892), 8th Duke of Manchester.
A variant of the name is the English familiar form Drew.
Drogo is an uncommon baby boy name. It is not in the top 1000 names. In 2012, within the family of boy names directly related to Drogo, Drew was the most frequently used.
Baby names that sound like Drogo include D'Arcy, Darah, Darcee, Darcey, Darci, Darcie, Darcy, Darek, Darick, Darik, Daris, Dariusz, Darko, Darkoe, Darkow, Darkowe, Daroosh, Darrek, Darrick, and Darrik.
† approx pronunciation for Drogo: D as in "day (D.EY)" ; R as in "race (R.EY.S)" ; OW as in "oak (OW.K)" ; G as in "grin (G.R.IH.N)"