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In Italy, this name is considered virtually equivalent to Adolph.
-- lady murasaki  9/25/2007
I don't live in Mexico, but my parents' descent from there and Benito Juarez has always been spoken of in a very honorable way.
-- Anonymous User  3/24/2008
Benito sounds like a gay Italian Frenchman in very tight tights.
-- yohevid  10/13/2008
Even though I'm part Italian, I don't find this name offensive or anywhere near as bad as Adolf. I associate it more with Benito Juarez than Benito Mussolini. I still wouldn't use it on a non-Spanish child, though.
-- bananarama  12/25/2009
Not really a "famous" person, but one of Olive Garden's food mascots on the kids' menu is called "Benito" and he's a bread stick. X)
-- Rin_0911  6/30/2012
The name Benito was given to 105 baby boys born in the US in 2012. I have also seen it used as a surname.
-- Oohvintage  7/19/2013

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