Boy Names Ending with -nzo

-nzo names are somewhat popular baby names for boys. The names have been increasing in popularity since the 1940s. At the modest height of their usage in 2018, 0.262% of baby boys were given -nzo names. There were 5 -nzo names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. In 2018, within all -nzo names, the Italian and Spanish Lorenzo was the most commonly used, with a ranking of #174 and a usage of 0.1162%.

noble and ready ... of Gothic origin ... variant transcription of Alonzo ...
noble and ready ... has its origins in the Gothic language, ... variant of Alfonso ...
precious man ... language of origin is Germanic ... variant transcription of Almanzo ...
precious man ... language of origin is Germanic ... variant of Almanzo ... an uncommon baby name for boys ...
noble and ready ...The origin of Allohnzo is the Gothic language ... variation of Alonzo ...
noble and ready ... origin is Gothic ... derivative of Alonzo ... unusual as a baby boy name ...
precious man ... an English name of Germanic origin ... unusual as a baby boy name ...
precious man ... derived from Germanic origins ... variant of Almanzo ... unusual as a baby boy name ...
precious man ...The origin of Almonzo is the Germanic language ... variant of Almanzo ...
noble and ready ... of Gothic origin ... variant transcription of Alonzo ... uncommon as a baby name for boys ...
noble and ready ... has its origins in the Gothic language, ... variation of Alfonso ... an all-time favorite ...
noble and ready ... used predominantly in the English ... variation of Alfonso ...
steadfast, constant ... derived from Latin origins ... form of Constantine ... not in the top 1000 names ...
steadfast, constant ... used mostly in Italian and it is of ... derivative of Constant ...
ready for battle ... has its origins in the Germanic language ... seldom used as a baby name for boys ...
giant, house owner, lord of the ... an Italian and English name of Germanic ... variant of Henry ...
filled with hope ... derived from Spanish origins ... variant transcription of Esperanze ...
filled with hope ... origin is Spanish ... variant of Esperanze ... not popular as a baby boy name ...
blossoming, flourishing, from Florence ... primarily used in the Italian ... form of Florens ...
noble and ready ... has its origins in the Gothic language and ... variant of Alfonso ...
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