Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. behr-nar-DEE-no(Italian)
behr-nar-DHEE-no(Spanish)
bir-nar-DEE-noo(European Portuguese)
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Meaning & History

Diminutive of Bernardo. Saint Bernadino of Siena was a 15th-century Italian priest and preacher.

Related Names

DiminutiveDino(Italian)
Feminine FormsBernardina, Dina(Italian) Bernarda, Bernardina, Dina(Spanish)
Other Languages & CulturesBerard, Berinhard, Bernard, Bernhard(Ancient Germanic) Beñat(Basque) Bernat(Catalan) Bernard, Dino(Croatian) Bernard(Czech) Bernhard, Bernt(Danish) Bernard, Bernhard, Barend, Ben, Berend(Dutch) Bernard, Barney, Bernie, Berny(English) Bernard(French) Bernhard, Benno, Bernd(German) Bernát(Hungarian) Bernhard, Bernt(Norwegian) Bernard(Polish) Bernard(Slovene) Bernhard, Bernt(Swedish)

Popularity

Name Days

Italy: May 20
Italy: July 2
Spain: July 2

Entry updated April 5, 2022