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Ramiro Pena of the New York Yankees is a bearer of this name.
blueeyesparkle  6/19/2009
I really like this name. It's different. Great name. Not a name you hear too often.
― Anonymous User  6/19/2009
This is my best friend's name. I like the name personally. It isn't a name you hear too often, which gives it uniqueness.
― Anonymous User  6/5/2010
Unless the person is of Hispanic origin (which is not difficult to find in the United States), I personally feel that "Ramiro" should be put to rest.
As for its usage being low... ranking in the #700 most common certainly does not equal a 'rare' name.

Not only does it resemble a surname too drastically for my taste, I strongly dislike the flow-- while it is reasonably attractive written, it is not quite as pleasurable to hear aloud.
That being said, I would never view "Ramiro" as an atrocity; there are countless gag-inducing decisions that could have been committed in it's place.
Francesca  2/4/2012
It's a cool last name, but it sounds really weird as a first name.
― Anonymous User  2/4/2013
I think this is a really cool boys name.
EqualityandLoveRall  5/19/2014
Best name in the entire world, by far.
Ramiro 1992  4/6/2016
According to (http://www.babynames.ch/Info/Name/naRamiro) Ramiro ranked 22nd place in Argentina (2009).
lilolaf  2/4/2017
I really like this name; it's masculine and sounds strong. That's why I used it for the love interest/main male character of my book series :)
MazzyieRose  4/2/2017
The name Ramiro was given to 224 boys born in the US in 2016.
More than 99.9 percent of people with the first name Ramiro are male.
― Anonymous User  6/6/2017

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