No offense to people named Mateo, but Matteo, Matthew, and Matthias are more handsome.
I like this name, it's cute and handsome. It makes me think of sweet potato...NO OFFENSE THOUGH, I STILL LIKE IT.
I love this name! I'm thinking of adding it as a middle name when I change my name in a year or two, I just really love the way it sounds.
It sounds like Potato.
I love it. Prefer it to boring Matthew.
Sounds strange. Little bit dry. I don't know what to say about this name, but I just don't like it, even if it's not bad, still, something feels missing.
I don't like it. Mateo is such a weird name; I can't believe it's number 25 on the US popularity chart.
Cool name, but I prefer the original Matthew.
Matthew is not the "original" under any historical context. In fact, both Matthew and Mateo derive from Matthaios, which was a Greek form of the Hebrew name Mattityahu, meaning "gift of YAHWEH", from the roots mattan meaning "gift" and yah referring to the Hebrew God. So in conclusion, before you decide to spout an opinion that proclaims 'originality', I would suggest that you apply research before making a comment that contains misleading information. Thank you.
Since Maton means bully in Spanish, this name sounds a little villianous because it sounds similar.
Also Dutch, Swedish (Modern), Norwegian (Modern), English (Modern)

Pronounced: ma-TEH-o (Swedish, Norwegian), mə-TAY-o (English)
Didn't know this was the Spanish form of Matthew.
In 2018, 2 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Mateo who is registered male with the Social Security Administration. It is the 1, 745th most common male first name for living U.S. citizens.
Mateo Pablo Musacchio is an Argentine professional footballer who plays for the Spanish club Villarreal CF as a central defender. A product of Club Atlético River Plate's youth system, Musacchio was born in Rosario, Santa Fe, and he made his first-team debut as a 16-year-old during the 2006–07 season, making four appearances. He was part of the squad that won the Clausura in the following year, but did not feature in any games.
Mateo Messi is the son of Argentine professional footballer Lionel Messi. He was born September 11, 2015.
According to ( Mateo ranked 12th place in Argentina (2009). In Buenos Aires, Argentina Mateo ranked 13th place in 2005, it remained in 13th place in 2006 (2007, 2008, 2009 unavailable), it than rose up or declined to 10th place in 2010 (2011 unavailable), than possibly declined, rose or remained the same at 10th place in 2012 (2013 is unavailable), it than rose up or declined to 5th place in 2014 and last of all, Mateo rose up to 2nd place in 2015.

Mateo ranked 7th place in Montevideo, Uruguay (2008), it than rose up to 5th place in 2009 and than declined down to 6th place in 2010.
Mateo Kovačić is a Croatian footballer who plays as a midfielder for Spanish club Real Madrid and the Croatia national team. Kovačić is usually deployed as a central midfielder or deep-lying playmaker, but he is considered to be a versatile midfielder, having played in different positions and adapted to playing either wide on the left or as an attacking midfielder.
Mateo Cassierra is a Colombian professional footballer who plays as a striker for Ajax.
Mateo Castellano is an Argentine footballer who plays for Atlético de Rafaela as a midfielder.
Mateo Jesús Garralda Larumbe is a former Spanish handballer and the current head coach of Știința Municipal Dedeman Bacău and the Chilean national team. He competed in the 1992 Summer Olympics, in the 1996 Summer Olympics, in the 2000 Summer Olympics, and in the 2004 Summer Olympics.
Pet forms: Mate, Mata.

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