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Pablo Ware was the 3D animator for The Chronicles of Narnia.
Tudor  6/14/2006
I think this name is very beatiful and strong. I like what it means: Humble. Where I come from this is a very common name but I find it very interesting specially because as a Christian believer a have a deep admiration not only for Jesus but for the Apostle Paul as well (Pablo is Paul in Spanish). I pretend naming my son Pablo.
J.A  7/19/2006
Pablo Picasso is a famous painter.
― Anonymous User  10/29/2006
Painter Pablo Picasso is a famous bearer. His birth name was Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Ruiz y Picasso.
PenguinSaysWoww  4/22/2011
Richard Hammond owns a poodle called Pablo.
Luangi  4/9/2007
Pablo Neruda (penname originally), a much loved poet from Chile.
glaucous  5/1/2008
When I was little, I loved to look through my parents' yearbooks and whenever I came across an African-American person with a huge afro I would point to it and name them all Pablo. I have no idea why.
― Anonymous User  2/19/2010
I can't help but think in my head: THE BEST POSSIBLE NAME FOR A PENGUIN!
Antonio432  3/23/2015
I have many friends that consider Pablo Picasso's work to be trash, but they only know the actual art and not the reason behind it. Picasso was living in a technologically advancing world, and he felt that art should advance as well. He reinvented his style endlessly, going from classical to cubist to surrealist to sculpture to masks, etc, etc. He also had natural drawing talents, able to draw like Raphael at age 13.

Let people say what they think about Picasso. Pablo is a good name for an innovator or artist, as it has Picasso as an association.
Amedee Lupien  9/28/2015
Pablo Aimar is a former Argentine professional footballer.

A technically gifted and creative attacking midfielder with a vast array of skills, Aimar excelled as an advanced playmaker, where he was best able to utilize his dribbling, vision, and passing ability to create chances for team-mates. Due to his talent and flamboyance, he was given the nicknames El Payaso (the clown) and "El Mago" (the wizard) throughout his career. As a youth, compatriot Lionel Messi stated in 2002 that Aimar was one of his biggest influences as a player.
lilolaf  1/31/2017
Pablo... makes me think of a huge bowl of refried beans. And tortillas. And just bean burritos, tacos... beans.
Cruiser  2/9/2017

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