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GenderMasculine
UsageItalian
PronouncedPron.JAWT-to
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Meaning & History

Possibly from Ambrogiotto, a diminutive of AMBROGIO, or Angiolotto, a diminutive of ANGIOLO. This name was borne by Giotto di Bondone (1267-1337), an Italian painter and architect.
Feminine FormsAngela, Angelica
Other Languages & CulturesDeangelo African American Ambrosios, Ambrosius Ancient Greek Aingeru Basque Angel Bulgarian Àngel Catalan Anđelko, Anđelo, Ambrozije Croatian Anděl, Ambrož Czech Ambroos, Broos Dutch Ambrose, Angel English Ambroise French Anxo Galician Ambrosi Georgian Engel German Angelos Greek Ambrus Hungarian Angelus Late Roman Broos Limburgish Angel, Angjelko Macedonian Ambroży Polish Ambrósio Portuguese Anghel Romanian Ànghelu Sardinian Anđelko Serbian Ambrož Slovene Ambrosio, Ángel, Angelino Spanish Emrys Welsh

Categories

architects, artists, diminutives, painters, Star Ocean characters, uncertain etymology
Entry updated July 11, 2018   Contribute