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The name "Nero" was actually an ancient Sabine name that meant "strong and energetic", and was absorbed into Latin after the Romans conquered central Italy in 290 BCE.
-- ketsuban  4/11/2006
Nero rhymes with Zero!
-- Anonymous User  4/29/2006
And hero!
-- Anonymous User  8/14/2006
Sabine word for 'Strong and Energetic'.

Source The Twelve Caesars by Seutonius, Book III Tiberius, at end of first paragraph in his discussion of the Claudian House (Pengiun Classics 16th anniversary edition translation)
-- Gaius  12/9/2006
In the upcoming PS3 game Devil May Cry 4, Nero is one of the new main characters as well as the first playable character.
-- Dark Whysper  5/20/2007
According to the American Heritage Dictionary of Indo-European Roots, Nero comes from the root *ner-, meaning "vigorous, vital, strong". [noted -ed]
-- earthnut  6/3/2007
Wrestler Jeffery Nero Hardy--he's a legend.
-- Emmasj  7/10/2007
Nero Wolfe - famous dectective created by Rex Stout. Several television series and a few movies have been made from the name.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nero_Wolfe#Home
-- Anonymous User  4/30/2008
The most famous bearer of this name would definitely be Nero, the Roman emperor. I don't know why anybody would ever use this name, considering how he burned the entire city of Rome down.
-- aileenbean  7/3/2008
I was told by my French teacher that Nero, along with C├ęsar, are popular dogs' names in France, like Rover is here.
-- Undine  3/20/2009
Nero was a pretty horrible ruler, and as a result this name is not used in Italy. Or anywhere else in Europe, for that matter.
-- bananarama  4/16/2010
Nero is the Latin word for black.
-- Anonymous User  5/1/2011
Nero the Sable is an antagonist in the video game Final Fantasy VII: Dirge of Cerberus. He leads the Tsviets while his brother Weiss is incapacitated.
-- PhantomWolf64  3/1/2012

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