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In Italy, it's a stictly masculine name. [noted -ed]
-- Anonymous User  6/22/2006
Rosario is a city in Argentina.
-- Luxiana  7/27/2006
Rosaria is a variant of this name.
-- Anonymous User  8/2/2006
Rosario Flores (born November 4, 1963) is a Spanish singer and actress. She was born in Madrid, Spain as the daughter of Antonio González ('El Pescaílla') and Lola Flores. She is the sister of actress Lolita Flores and singer-songwriter Antonio Flores. She has a daughter with her ex boyfriend Carlos Orellana. Her second son, Pedro Antonio, was born January 21, 2006, the same day as his grandmother Lola Flores. Rosario and Pedro Lazaga, her partner and father of her second son, met while filming Pedro Almodovar's film Hable con ella in 2001.
-- sweetbabe  12/17/2006
There is an actress called Rosario Dawson. She played Mimi in the flim version of RENT. And another famous bearer is Karen's maid, Rosario, in Will & Grace.
-- xKatiex  1/23/2007
I really like Rosario. I prefer it for a boy. :) It sounds really great.
-- Anonymous User  6/3/2007
You have a Portuguese version for this name: Rosário, whose pronunciation is /ro-'za-ryu/. It's a feminine name in Brazil. [noted -ed]
-- mabinajm  9/29/2007
Rosario Nadal, princess of Preslav, is one of the most elegant women in Spain.
-- Anonymous User  12/25/2007
I think I prefer this name on a girl. It sounds more feminine than masculine, despite the fact that it ends in O.
-- bananarama  4/5/2009
Rosario Dawson is also famous for her roles in Sin City and Grindhouse: Death Proof.
-- dramaelf  6/26/2009
Sarino is a common nickname for Rosario in Italy (where it is a male name only).
-- Anonymous User  10/25/2009
I really like the name Rosario but I would not use it because I am not Catholic. While Rosario as a name makes me think of Rosario Dawson, I very much like the name on a boy. A name like Rosario Alejandro flows very well in my opinion. My cousin's sister-in-law recently had twin boys that she named Rosario and Cruz (rosary and cross in English) which I think is just terrific. I would assume someone named Rosario to be Catholic (or at least from a Catholic family) and possibly Hispanic or Spanish.
-- IrishKisses  9/11/2010
Rosario is derived from the Latin "Rosarium", which in turn takes the meaning, "Rosary; Crown; Garland Of Roses".
-- Francesca  12/1/2010
October 7th is laid aside in honor of the Most Holy Rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
-- Francesca  12/1/2010
Italian pronunciation:

Rho-Zahr-EE-Oh

Roll your "R"s. "O" as in "I need to Mow my grass." An "S" sandwiched on either end by a vowel creates a "Z". "A" spoken as in "Father". Stress the "I" in "Rio" to an "EE".
-- Francesca  12/1/2010
I didn't even know this was a feminine name before I clicked on it. I LOVE the name on a boy however. I know a Rosario who is hilarious. Always cracking everyone up. I used to not like the name on a boy so much but I think he helped to change my impression of it. Now I really like it.
-- Joy12  4/24/2011
A marvelous, marvelous name, in my opinion. It contains very masculine aspects, yet does not overdo it without possessing slight tender sensations. "Rosario" is a pleasurable, nice name to-the-ear and written.

However, it is an extremely ethnic name, which would (should) require only people of Italian or Spanish/Hispanic decent. What was just said equally stands for names of Russian origin, of German, Greek, Indian, among countless others.
A perfectly professional, educated name, granted you hold a surname to pair accordingly-- Rosario Giovannelli / Rosario Lopez, as an example.
-- Francesca  5/20/2011
Italian pronunciation of "Rosario":

Roh-ZAH-Ree-Oh

Roll your "R." An "S" placed between two vowels creates a "Z" sound. "A" as found in "Father." Once again, roll your "R." Be sure to stress your "I" in "Rio" to "EE." End with a well-circled "Oh." [noted -ed]
-- Francesca  5/20/2011
The name Rosario was given to 94 baby girls born in the US in 2012. It definitely sounds more masculine to me.
-- Oohvintage  7/18/2013

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