|Subject:||Re: rigo -|
|Author:||Devonelisa (Authenticated as Devonelisa)|
|Date:||March 25, 2004 at 7:51:58 AM|
|Reply to:||rigo - by rml2|
There's also Rigo short form of Rigoberto, used in Spain and Italy (and probably now in other European countries as naming laws relax) from the Germanic ric ('power') + berht ('bright, shining, famous') - from this source Rigo would mean 'power'. Perhaps use or Rigoberto in Germany, Austria, etc. gave the perception that Rigo might be Hungarian?
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