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In Quenya 'rocco' means 'horse', which refers to a swift horse for riding only.
Elfstone  6/3/2005
Madonna has a son named Rocco John Ritchie.
Groovey943  7/28/2005
Rocco was a character on the soap The Bold & the Beautiful in the late 80's.
― Anonymous User  1/12/2006
I wanna name my child Rocco. It's very cute!
Roxana  1/16/2006
My friend has a darling little brother named Rocco Rizzo. Rizzo is their mother's maiden name, and I think it has such an adorable ring.
Little-Beeps  6/2/2006
I thought it would be associated with rocks.
FairyGirl  7/24/2006
This is an ugly name.
Surreal  1/25/2007
I love the name Rocco. It's a beautiful name.
hanzdouglas  2/4/2007
Rocco is the name of a character on the Mexican telenovela Rebelde.
DanielAndres  3/24/2007
Rocco is a great, spirited name! Rocky would be a cute nickname for Rocco.
― Anonymous User  3/24/2007
David "Puck" Rainey (reality tv star) has a son named Rocco Kokopelli.
Jassie  5/7/2007
Other possible variant: Rocko.
spaz123  6/2/2007
I love the name. I'm not sure what I love about it. The sound. It sounds strong and manly. And the spelling with the two "c"s looks cute. And that is why I don't like the variant Rocko. It seems so "unnatural"? The "ck" doesn't fit here, I think.
LoQuiero  10/27/2007
Rocco DeLuca, the musician, is a famous bearer of this name.
― Anonymous User  11/7/2007
Rocko's Modern Life was a TV show.
Skittsie13  1/25/2008
This is also the name of a Norwegian porn star.
― Anonymous User  3/30/2008
Somehow this name makes me think of a really muscular, tanned macho guy from Southern Europe or South America who is dumber than a box of rocks and is the lifeguard and lover of some rich middle-aged woman who finds him an idiot but loves his sex appeal. It's such a tacky name, and it sounds more like the name for either a criminal or a dumb but (in some women's opinion) sexy mach tool.
slight night shiver  5/4/2008
Rocco DiSpirito is an American celebrity chef.
― Anonymous User  5/17/2008
Rocco Baldelli played center field for the Tampa Bay Devil Rays.
― Anonymous User  5/19/2008
This name meaning Fortress in Italian.
meowelers  9/12/2008
Rocco is also used in South Africa, but at the moment it's not popular. Most Roccos are middle-aged at best.
Anneza  11/7/2008
Pronounced hroe-koe.
meowelers  9/29/2009
I absolutely ADORE the name Rocco. Especially Rocco Antonio or Rocco Octavian. It reminds me of a sweet and intelligent boy.
slapshort58  1/7/2011
Italian pronunciation:

Rohk-Koh

Roll your "R." "O" is as usual, "Oh." Both "CC"s are hard-- and both must be distinctly pronounced. That task is most easily accomplished by placing extra emphasis on the letter before ("O") and slowly strolling through. Finish off with "Oh." [noted -ed]
Francesca  9/14/2011
I'm beginning to like this name. I think it's strong, but has a childlike innocence. Cute on a boy, handsome on a man. I also like the simplicity mixed with rarity.
MaggieHamFan  11/19/2011
Rocco Siffredi is a famous Italian (male) porn star.
― Anonymous User  10/21/2012
Rocco Granata is an italian singer famous for his hit "Marina" in 1960.
― Anonymous User  11/7/2012
I feel bad saying this, but the name Rocco sounds really unintelligent.
― Anonymous User  1/28/2013
Once you get past the Rocko's Modern Life association, this is a pretty handsome name. I picture a boy or young man of Italian descent, with dark hair and lightly tanned skin.
mrose19  8/5/2013
My Grandmother's maiden name was Rocco. When I asked her if we were part Italian she informed me that we were of German descent.
behindthename4me  1/8/2016
To me the name Rocco makes me think of a criminal or makes me think of something that is associated with rocks.
Floss2007  5/15/2016
My name is Rocco, lol. You hate the name at the start when you hear it often but when you have heard it a lot you start loving it. I don’t know why it’s like that, but I guess that’s not everyone.
Thomson787  10/3/2017
Given that there are like five people here that seem to hate the name, it sort of makes me want to use this name on a character for which it wouldn't stereotypically match.

You know, like a legit, sciency type. Maybe, a bit squirrely. Maybe a mama's boy.
Queen-of-Pens  11/8/2017

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