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In Rob Thurman's Nightlife and Moonshine novels, Caliban often calls his older brother Cyrano because of his "Roman" nose.
baileyalyshia  1/1/2008
It's nice and hispanic sounding, but it doesn't really fit my taste. We are reading Cyrano de Bergerac in school and it reminds me of someone with a huge nose (like Cyrano).
hellohi610  4/16/2008
Cyrano isn't a first name. It's the surname of Hercule Savinien Cyrano, who took later the name "de Bergerac".
Marie-Amelie  5/16/2008
I really like the name Cyrano. I love how it sounds in French and it just rolls off the tongue. Plus I like Cyrano de Bergerac, so this is a name I really wish someone had.
plutogirlgenius  9/16/2009
I'm pretty sure Cyrano is also Basque, maybe a different form of Cyra...
cyrilbluemeow  7/16/2011
I named my son "Cirano" (as we don't use "y" that often in Spanish)
We never found any other kid named that way. We wanted him to be original :)
marinax  1/26/2017

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