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Cipriano is also the Portuguese form of Cyprian. [noted -ed]
-- Lucille  2/6/2008
This is one of my favorite Italian male names. It's very nice and sophisticated sounding. I also love Cipriana, the feminine form.
-- bananarama  4/5/2010
Italian form of Latin Cyprianus, meaning "from Cyprus."
-- Francesca  11/30/2010
Saint Cyprian was a third-century bishop of Carthage, and an important early Christian writer. Incredibly, many of his Latin works are still read to this day. After converting to Christianity he became bishop. Eventually dying a martyr at Carthage.

Born in 3rd century AD, North Africa. Died September 14th, 258. His Feast Day is September 16th (Roman Catholic Church).
-- Francesca  11/30/2010
Correct pronunciation:

Chee-Pree-Ah-Noe

A "Ci" is always said as "Chee". Roll the "R" in "Pri" (Pree). "A" pronounced as in "Father". And I do believe the next to come is a word that, for the majority, was our very first of English: "No". [noted -ed]
-- Francesca  11/30/2010
Jev 'Patch' Cipriano is one of the main characters of Becca Fitzpatrick's book series 'Hush Hush'.
It's an AMAZING series, you should definitely read them!:L xoxo.
-- Grace_Scarlette  11/23/2011

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