Comments for the name Romeo


Comments for ROMEO:

David and Victoria Beckham's middle son is named Romeo.
-- Groovey943  7/28/2005
Rapper Master P's son is named Romeo (lil' Romeo).
-- Anonymous User  11/10/2005
I would never name my child this; I have known way too many animals (dogs, horses and cats included) with this name.
-- Arrows  11/22/2005
Actually it is pronounced Row-MAY-o. Not rome-e-o.
-- Anonymous User  11/30/2005
Romeo is a popular Shakespearian character.
-- Anonymous User  3/5/2006
Jon Bon Jovi and his wife Dorthea named their song Romeo Jon.
-- Anonymous User  3/5/2006
It's a great name, but I'd never dare to call my son Romeo. I know a boy named Romeo, and no one talks to him without alluding to Romeo & Juliet ("Hey, Romeo, where's you're Juliet?" for example). I wouldn't want my child to have to bear this.
-- Anonymous User  5/10/2006
A rose by any other word would smell as sweet.
-- Anonymous User  5/27/2006
Shakespeare was great for using Romeo, but when he did he defined the name and I think put claim on it. It should be left for the stage. Or animals, in fact, I have a dog named Romeo. But for children, no.
-- Anonymous User  5/19/2007
If this name didn't remind me so much of that annoying rapper, I think I would name a kid this in the future.
-- Chloever33  8/12/2007
Just a thought. If you like the ring of this name (and it's beautiful, no doubt) but you can't bear the Shakespearean reference (or the rapper one for that matter), consider adding an "r" between the "e" and the "o" and changing it just slightly to "Romero". "Romero" is an Hispanic surname but serves quite nicely as a substitute for the overburdened "Romeo". Pronounced "ro-MAY-ro".
-- leananshae  12/8/2007
Alpha Romeo is a famous Italian sports car manufacturer. I'm including this reference to point out that the correct Italian pronunciation IS roh-MAY-oh and not, ROH-mee-oh. No self-respecting car buff says, ahl-fah ROH-mee-oh!
-- leananshae  12/10/2007
My dad once knew a guy named Romeo who actually dated a girl named Julian, lol! It's sweet. I think it fits really well on a dark-skinned person, partly because of that cute rapper, Lil' Romeo.
-- not_another_Jessica  12/3/2008
"Romeo" is also the code word for the letter "R" in the NATO phonetic alphabet.
-- FMRadio  3/3/2009
Romeo doesn't sound flattering as a name and is kind of pretentious. Unlike Juliet, Romeo is VERY heavily associated with Shakespeare. I'd avoid using it.
-- bananarama  4/5/2009
Romeo is from "Romeo & Juliet". He falls in love with some girl he barely knows, goes into a depression, and then kills himself for sheer entertainment so that he can be with Juliet. Yeah, that's EXACTLY who you want to name your kid after.
-- Anonymous User  6/3/2009
It's a very popular name among cats in Italy.
-- Lylianne  3/18/2011
If it wasn't the name of the male protagonist in one of the most famous love stories of all time, I definitely would consider naming my child Romeo. It sounds so soft yet masculine. Damn you Shakespeare!
-- MasMavi  7/1/2011
I've named my cat Romeo. I didn't know that this name was so common for animals actually.
But when I call him, I feel like a idiot when I call "Romeo, food. Do you want a fish?" It's really stupid when you hear yourself.
In Holland, the Harry Potter character, Kingsley Shackelbolt, was named Romeo too. Romeo Wolkenveldt. But I preferred Kingsley more.
-- bella_forks  3/6/2012
A name that will turn out to be really ironic if a little boy it's given to grows up to be unattractive, asexual, celibate, and/or called to the priesthood.
-- Anonymous User  9/3/2014

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