LORENZO
GENDER: Masculine
PRONOUNCED: lo-REN-tso (Italian), lo-REN-tho (Spanish), lo-REN-so (Latin American Spanish)   [key]
Meaning & History
Italian and Spanish form of Laurentius (see LAURENCE (1)). Lorenzo de' Medici, known as the Magnificent, was a ruler of Florence during the Renaissance. He was also a great patron of the arts who employed Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Botticelli and other famous artists.
Related Names
DIMINUTIVES: Enzo, Loris, Renzo (Italian)
FEMININE FORMS: Lorenza (Italian), Lorenza (Spanish)
OTHER LANGUAGES: Laurentius (Ancient Roman), Llorenç (Catalan), Lovre, Lovrenco, Lovro (Croatian), Vavřinec (Czech), Lars, Lorens, Lasse, Laurits, Lauritz (Danish), Lars, Laurens, Lourens, Lau, Rens (Dutch), Laurence, Lawrence, Larrie, Larry, Lauren, Laurie, Lawrie, Laz, Loren, Lorin, Lorrin (English), Lars, Lari, Lasse, Lassi, Lauri (Finnish), Laurent, Enzo (French), Lourens (Frisian), Lars, Laurenz, Lorenz, Lenz (German), Lavrentios (Greek), Lőrinc (Hungarian), Lárus (Icelandic), Labhrás (Irish), Lau, Lor (Limburgish), Laurynas (Lithuanian), Larkin, Law (Medieval English), Lars (Medieval Scandinavian), Lorencio (Medieval Spanish), Lars, Lorens, Lasse, Laurits, Lauritz (Norwegian), Wawrzyniec (Polish), Lourenço (Portuguese), Laurențiu (Romanian), Lavrenti, Lavrentiy, Lavrenty (Russian), Labhrainn (Scottish), Vavrinec (Slovak), Lovrenc, Lovro (Slovene), Lars, Lorens, Lasse (Swedish)
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