[ 3 syll. al-(p)hon-so, alp-ho-nso ] The baby boy name Alphonso is pronounced aeLFAHNSow †. Alphonso's origin is Gothic, and its use, English, Italian, and Spanish. Alphonso is a form of the English, Italian, and Spanish Alfonso.
Alphonso is an uncommon baby name for boys. In 1900, 0.022% of baby boys were named Alphonso. It ranked at #376 then. The baby name has since experienced a steep drop in popularity, and is used only on an infrequent scale now. In 2018, within the group of boy names directly related to Alphonso, Alfonso was the most regularly used.
Baby names that sound like Alphonso include Albinek, Albinus, Alfonso, Alfonsus, Alfonza, Alfonzo, Alfonzus, Alphonsus, Alphonzo, Alphonzus, Olafemea, Albins, Alfons, Alfonse, Alfonz, Alfonze, Alphons, Alphonse, and Alphonz.
† Pronunciation for Alphonso: AE as in "at (AE.T)" ; L as in "lay (L.EY)" ; F as in "fee (F.IY)" ; AH as in "mud (M.AH.D)" ; N as in "knee (N.IY)" ; S as in "see (S.IY)" ; OW as in "oak (OW.K)"
A famous person named Alphonso is Actor, Alan Alda, born Alphonso D'Abruzzo, 28 January 1936, New York, New York.