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Oh, I love that name! Remigio... It's better then Romeo! Think like this: Remigio and Juliet or Romeo and Juliet. What's your choise?
-- Dahlis  2/18/2006
If it were "Remigio and Juliet" instead of "Romeo and Juliet"... "Remigio" would be the ruined name, then. Such a shame-- "Romeo" is not such a horrendous name... but the the association unfortunately is (not to mention the hideous butchering of pronunciation).
-- Francesca  9/1/2011
"Remigio"'s Italian pronunciation:


Roll your "R." Stress "I" in "Mi" to "EE." "Gio" equals "Gee-Oh," but through speaking it is slightly altered to a short "Gyoh." [noted -ed]
-- Francesca  9/1/2011
In Spanish this name would roughly be said reh-MEE-hee-oh.

It is a very handsome name. I've always found the name Remy/Rémy to be insubstantial and sound more like a nickname than a full given name even though I think it's a very nice name. Remigio solves this problem nicely. It gives Remy as a nickname, but is a more substantial and formal sounding name to fall back on.
-- AniMartin  4/24/2015

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