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Durante means "during" in Spanish.
― Anonymous User  3/17/2013
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Italian Pronunciation:

Doo-Rahn-Teyh

The "U" in "Du" is spoken as in "Rude." Roll your "R," and follow with the soft "A" as in "Father." "E" is said much like "Eyh," or otherwise pronounced similarly to the English "May" ('m' excluded). [noted -ed]
Francesca  5/10/2011
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Durante is a name that both derived from the Latin "Durantis", meaning "Endurig; Lasting; Steadfast," as well as the Celtic and known to mean "Strong, (and) Secure".
Francesca  12/1/2010
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January 23rd is the in honor of St. Durando, bishop of Liegi.
Francesca  12/1/2010
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I personally think that Dante is a nicer sounding name than Durante.
Pippin  9/14/2008
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Durante Degli Alighieri is the full name of the poet Dante Alighieri, who wrote "The Divine Comedy".
Laurea  1/4/2007

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