User comments for Cicero

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Love this - heard it first in the film Gladiator, and just love how romantic, yet strong, it would sound on a boy.
-- CnDh85  8/8/2006
At first it was pronounced Kikero. Caesar was pronounced Kajsar. C was pronounced as K and Ae as aj or just as I in English.
-- honungspinglan  1/7/2007
Cicero is the name of the son of Augustus Mutt from the comic strip "Mutt and Jeff."
-- Kosta  7/31/2007
In Latin it would be pronounced ki`kero (long i, short e, long o, emphasis on the first syllable).
-- Anonymous User  10/12/2007
Though it is almost impossible to tell how the ancient Romans would have pronounced something, judging by the fact the Romans were obviously Italian, they probably, as I was informed by my Latin teacher, have pronounced -ce and -ci like modern Italians. That would make this name Chi-che-ro. Though of course, one cannot be certain.
-- RoisinMcLaughlinDowd  3/29/2008
No, the pronunciation provided by the anonymous user (and honungspinglan) would be correct in Classical Latin.
-- Anonymous User  6/24/2011
Ugly, pretentious, and snobbish, and it would be hard to find nicknames.
-- bananarama  11/29/2008
This is the name of a town near Chicago.
-- Anonymous User  9/9/2009
A cute but still masculine name, a nickname could be Cici, very cute:)
-- Anonymous User  12/26/2009
The name of a fairly insane jester character in the video game Skyrim.
-- werederg  3/1/2017

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