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This is my friend's name, but we call her Coco.
Hekate Rose  7/21/2019
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Consuelo de Saint Exupéry (1901-1971) is the wife of Antoine de Saint Exupéry, author of The Little Prince. The rose in the book is said to be based off her.
kayisforkeen  10/27/2018
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In 2018, 38 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Consuelo who is registered female with the Social Security Administration. It is the 1, 806th most common female first name for living U.S. citizens.
― Anonymous User  10/18/2018
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Consuelo Moreno-López was a supercentenarian (someone who lives past their 110th birthday) who was born in Spanish Morocco in 1893 and later died in Virginia (US) in 2004, at the age of 111.
Chariot of Artemis  9/24/2016
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Consuelo would be a marvelous name for a woman who consoles people I guess. It also looks perfect for a Poor Rich Girl.
Schizofrenic  12/27/2010
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The very prestigious Mexican actress Victoria Ruffo, in the Mexican soap opera Pobre Niña Rica (Poor Rich Girl), played Consuelo. Consuelo was a very unhappy woman. Her parents were multimillionaires, but still, Consuelo's mother, Teresa, treated her as a servant. Consuelo was always very sad, because her mother made her believe she was ugly and dumb, until she went to France, where she met Julio (played by Ariel Lopez Padilla) and got in love. Julio gave Consuelo a higher self-esteem and married her. Since that time, Consuelo became much happier. Near the end, they reveal that Teresa was not Consuelo's real mother.
Schizofrenic  12/27/2010
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I thought Consuelo sounded like a boys' name! Consuela is much prettier.
Liesl  12/17/2010
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It's a very pretty name. Unfortunately, I often see it as the name of Spanish maids in American movies/TV shows.

It's a shame, because Consuelo is a very nice name.
erb816  4/14/2009
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Consuelo Vanderbilt married the ninth Duke of Marlborough and was a famous society beauty. Her family, the Vanderbilts, were millionaires that had made their fortune in the railroad industry.
triplexm  6/7/2008

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