Other Forms FormsGribo, Griffo, Gripho, Gripo, Grippo
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Meaning & History
Derived from the noun grifo, which means "griffin" in both Italian and Old High German. In turn, it is derived from the Latin noun gryphus, which itself is ultimately derived from the Greek noun γρύψ (gryps) --- see GRIFFIN.This given name was borne by one of the sons of the 8th-century Frankish statesman Charles Martel.