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The name Giuseppe was given to 79 boys born in the US in 2016.
― Anonymous User  3/1/2018
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I'm Italian and in my country it's one of the most used names in history. For example Giuseppe Garibaldi is a famous bearer of this name. It has also a lot of nicknames in Italian: Beppe, Beppino, Bepi, Peppe, Peppino, Peppo, Pino, Pinuccio, Geppo, Geppe, Geppi, Geppino, Geppetto, Giuse', Giusi, Seppe.
Jake Fax  7/17/2016
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A diminutive of Giuseppe is Geppetto, the name of the impoverished woodcarver in Carlo Collodi's "The Adventures of Pinocchio".
― Anonymous User  12/30/2015
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The name Giuseppe was given to 88 baby boys born in the US in 2012.
Oohvintage  7/20/2013
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Famous bearer is Giuseppe Zanotti, a Master Italian cobbler (shoemaker) who started the sucessful and high-end label Giuseppe Zanotti in 1994.
Poco  10/16/2012
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American rower Giuseppe Lanzone (born 1982).
― Anonymous User  8/12/2012
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Verdi's full name was Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi.
― Anonymous User  8/6/2012
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Giuseppe Sarto was the birthname of Pope Pius X (Pontificate between 1903-1914).
CarolinW  6/11/2012
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Nothing says you're Italian like the name Giuseppe.:p
― Anonymous User  4/3/2012
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If you named your children Giuseppe and Margherita, they would end up being known as the pizza kids.
Hushpuppy  10/29/2011
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Giuseppe Cesari (1568-1640) was an Italian Mannerist painter.
― Anonymous User  10/19/2011
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Giuseppe Castiglione (1688-1766) was an Italian Jesuit missionary and painter who settled in China in 1715 and worked for 3 successive emperors.
― Anonymous User  10/18/2011
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Giuseppe Bibiena (1696-1757) was a member of the dynasty Bibiena (or Galli-Bibiena) which was a family of Italian architects, quadraturisti and stage designers.
― Anonymous User  9/17/2011
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Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1527-1593) was a Milanese painter best known for creating imaginative portrait heads made entirely of fruit.
― Anonymous User  8/26/2011
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This name sounds like a very fat jolly man. Keep in mind that doesn't mean I don't like it. Haha.
Liesl  10/4/2010
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A somewhat unfortunate connotation of this name-
Giuseppe Zangara, who tried to shoot U.S. President-elect Franklin Roosevelt in 1933, and wound up killing the mayor of Chicago because he misfired. (He's mentioned as one of the assassins in Sondheim's musical 'Assassins' because of this.)
vattenkvinna  1/1/2008
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I think this is a great name, even though it is easily recognizable as Italian. Very cool.
Zan11  5/23/2007
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Famous bearer is Giuseppe Verdi, an Italian opera composer.
― Anonymous User  3/26/2006
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Joe Dimaggio was known as Giuseppe in his home.
1corwyn  1/19/2006

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