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Pronounced ow-RAYL-yoh (first syllable rhymes with now). [noted -ed]
Phoenix Flower  10/7/2005
The Gothic musician known as Voltaire has cited Aurelio as his birth name.
― Anonymous User  12/15/2008
I like the name, it sounds youthful and vibrant but also mature. Maybe a son of mine could pull it off as a middle name because of my partial Italian/Portuguese heritage- but I also don't think I'd want to use such an ethnic name. Aurelian would be more fitting in America, but it looks very boring on paper.
Aureliano  2/26/2010
A proper Italian pronunciation for Aurelio would be:


"Au" as in "Father", or only a slight variation. "Re" would be said as a light "aye", quickly. Depending where you're from, it may also be pronounced "REE". The "I" in "Li" is stressed to a "LEE". "O" is simply "Oh".

English pronunciation, from my experience, would be:

Uh-Ril-EE-Oh, or slight difference, depending on American/English accent.
Francesca  11/25/2010
I knew a boy called this and everyone pronounced it au-RILL-ee-o. But I think they were just mispronouncing it.
― Anonymous User  6/24/2013

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