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Maris or Marios, an ancient Greek name. He fought in the Trojan war, son of the king of Lykia Amisodaros.
-- Damis  3/1/2005
There's a popular character named Mario, and his brother, Luigi. Together; they're the Super Mario Bros. He's been very popular since the 80's and came out with the greatest games throughout the 90's.
-- Anonymous User  9/13/2005
A famous bearer was American singer and actor Mario Lanza.
-- alberto  10/2/2005
A famous racecar driver is Mario Andretti.
-- breakofday  12/16/2005
MARIJO - Croatian version.
-- Hrast  1/7/2006
There is a R'n'B artist named Mario.
-- Anonymous User  3/6/2006
My son is named Mario. It is not overused in our area. I don't think there are any other Marios in his school. We usually call him Mar.
-- Guadalupe78  7/17/2006
Mario Lavandeira, known as celebrity gossip blogger "Perez Hilton", is a famous bearer.
-- Anonymous User  10/23/2006
The Greek tenor Mario Frangoulis is another bearer of this name.
-- gaelruadh19  10/29/2006
Mario Lopez, actor, tv host and 'Dancing With the Stars' dancer. His partner was Karina Smirnoff.
-- caity-bear915  11/14/2006
Also used in Slovenia.
-- earthnut  7/18/2007
Each time I hear this name, it reminds of Super Mario bros. For a weird reason.
-- aquaspirit96  9/26/2007
The Prieto quintuplets are born in Venezuela, the world's third surviving set of quints. Mario, Fernando, Otto, Robinson and Juan Jose are the first all-boy quints recorded.
-- Patricia Underwood  5/28/2008
Hehe, couldn't name my kid Mario due to the fact that I grew up with Mario Bros. I think of Mario the Plumber and same goes for Luigi whever I hear this name. It's a classic name.
-- _0TophasNails_1  11/17/2008
In Italy the golden era of Mario was the first half of the 20th century: it was the 2nd most popular name in Rome in 1901 behind Umberto, the most popular in 1906, 1911, 1916, 1921, 1926 and 1931, the 2nd most popular in 1936 behind Franco, the 3rd in 1941 behind Franco and Roberto, the 4th in 1946 behind Roberto, Franco and Giuseppe. In other parts of Italy it was usually less used than more traditional names like Giuseppe or Giovanni.
Though in other lands Mario is often regarded as one of the most typical Italian names, it was hardly ever used before the 20th century, and it has become rather old-fashioned today.
-- presentperfect  12/20/2008
Mario Cavaradossi is the ill-fated hero of Giacomo Puccini's opera Tosca.
-- Kosta  1/27/2009
Mario Lemieux was a famous professional ice hockey player for the Pittsburgh Penguins of the NHL.
-- SuomiRuotsi  2/25/2009
All I can think of is the Game Over music from the Mario games playing in my head.
-- bananarama  6/27/2009
Gosh, now I hear the Super Mario Brothers theme playing in my head. I don't really care for the name, as I really don't like the plumber himself. I can't picture the name on a real person at all. (though I think I've heard the name Mario Lopez mentioned before, I don't who he is).
-- missBridget  7/2/2009
Mario is a great Latin name, Spanish or Italian.
-- Bajafresh  8/11/2009
Also a boys name in Croatia. Rarely spelled Marijo (mostly those born some decades ago).
-- goricar  11/16/2009
A famous bearer of this name was Mario Fargetta, from the Italian dance group the Tamperer.
-- Anonymous User  4/30/2010
Mario Winans (1974-) is an American R&B singer and the stepson of gospel singer Marvin Winans of the Winans family of gospel music artists. His most successful song is "I Don't Wanna Know".
-- bibi66  2/10/2013
Don't ask me why, but if I ever met someome called Mario, I would ask if he had a brother called Luigi. I just think of Super Mario Bros immediately.
-- Anonymous User  5/26/2014
I love the name Mario. It's cool, classy and cute. Oh, and Super Mario IS pretty awesome! ;)
-- LoveHeartKawaii  11/7/2014

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