[ 3 syll. do-na-to, don-ato ] The baby boy name Donato is sometimes used as a girl name. Its pronunciation is Dow-NAA-Tow (Italian, Spanish) †. Donato is largely used in the English, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish languages, and it is derived from Latin origins. Donato is a variant of Donat.
Donato is rare as a baby name for boys. At the modest peak of its usage in 1913, 0.005% of baby boys were given the name Donato. Its ranking then was #972. The baby name has since experienced a loss in popularity, and is now of very light use. Out of all boy names in its group, Donato was nonetheless the most frequently used in 2018. Donato has in the past century been predominantly given to baby boys.
Baby names that sound like Donato include Damonte, Danuta, Dayanand, Dayanande, Deante, DeMonte, Demontae, Demonte, Demothee, Demothey, Demothi, Diamonte, Diante, Dimonte, Dionte, Donati, Duante, Dayanidhi, Dand, and Dandie.
† Pronunciation for Donato: D as in "day (D.EY)" ; OW as in "oak (OW.K)" ; N as in "knee (N.IY)" ; AA as in "odd (AA.D)" ; T as in "tee (T.IY)"
Details of famous persons named Donato:
Artist Donatello, born Donato di Niccolô di Betto Bardi:, 1386 - December 13, 1466, Florence, Italy.
Artist Donato Donato Bramante, born 1444 - March 11, 1514, Casteldurante, Italy.