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The only time I've ever heard this name was online. An Italian guy I knew was named Ciro. It's a different name to me, especially as an American where the name is practically, if not ever used here.
-- Missy  2/9/2007
I personally like the Spanish pronunciation to this unique name.
-- czechcrazy  4/14/2007
Ciro is also the Galician and Portuguese form of [Cyrus].
-- Lucille  10/22/2007
In Croatia, this name is spelled Ćiro and is actually a short form of Cyril. Pronounced CHEE-ro.
-- goricar  11/15/2009
Correction: My mistake, it's actually NOT a short form of Cyril, just plain Ćiro (Cyrus).
-- goricar  7/25/2010
Here in Italy (at least in the North), this is a stereotypical name for men from the South, in particular from Naples.
-- Pattysama  6/18/2013
The only time I've ever heard this name is on a Mexican telenovela I'm currently watching in which one of the characters' name is Ciro Palafox and I fell in love with it and that's what brought me here to find out what it means and its origin. I personally like the Latin American pronunciation more but I'm a little biased because I'm Latin American. I don't know why but I think this name would be perfect for a black and white tuxedo kitty. In fact, if I ever adopt another tuxedo cat I'm naming him Ciro.
-- QueenNeferTamy  3/29/2017

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