Gender Masculine
Usage Italian
Pronounced Pron. JAWT-to
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Meaning & History

Possibly from Ambrogiotto, a diminutive of AMBROGIO, or Angiolotto, a diminutive of ANGIOLO. This name was borne by Giotto di Bondone (1267-1337), an Italian painter and architect.

Related Names

Feminine FormAngela
Other Languages & CulturesDeangelo(African American) Ambrosios, Ambrosius(Ancient Greek) Aingeru(Basque) Angel(Bulgarian) Àngel(Catalan) Anđelko, Anđelo, Ambrozije(Croatian) Ambrož(Czech) Ambroos, Broos(Dutch) Ambrose, Angel(English) Ambroise, Ange(French) Anxo(Galician) Ambrosi(Georgian) Engel(German) Angelos(Greek) Ambrus(Hungarian) Angelus(Late Roman) Broos(Limburgish) Angel, Angjelko(Macedonian) Ambroży(Polish) Ambrósio, Ângelo, Angelino(Portuguese) Anghel(Romanian) Amvrosiy(Russian) Ànghelu(Sardinian) Anđelko(Serbian) Ambrož(Slovene) Ambrosio, Ángel, Angelino(Spanish) Amvrosiy(Ukrainian) Emrys(Welsh)

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Entry updated July 11, 2018