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One of Astrid Lindgren's, a famous Swedish childrens book author, very well-known books is called "Mio, my Mio" in which the main character Bosse comes into another world where he finds out he is a prince called Mio.
rainbow_Maya  8/20/2007
In Sweden it's a masculine name.
izzaw  8/5/2008
Mio is also the name of a character from the anime K-ON!
GreekMythology  7/30/2009
I think it's a little plain-sounding.
Aurora Lynn  9/11/2009
Male, Scandinavian name, Swedish and Finnish at least

In Finland popular because of children's book Mio min Mio (Swedish)(Astird Lindgren), Mio my Mio (English), Mio poikani Mio (Finnish).
http://www.amazon.com/Mio-My-Son-Astrid-Lindgren/dp/1930900236
― Anonymous User  10/24/2010
This name is also Swedish in origin, originating from the children's novel "Mio, My Son" (Mio min Mio) by Astrid Lindgren. In Sweden this is a male name.
xTindrax  7/3/2013
I know a boy and a girl named this.
― Anonymous User  8/8/2016
Mio Tomonaga is a Japanese idol singer, a member of the idol girl groups HKT48 and AKB48. In HKT48, she is in Team KIV, and in AKB48 in Team.
cutenose  2/11/2017
My nickname is Mio. I personally think that this name is a unisex name.
― Anonymous User  10/11/2017

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