Gender Masculine
Usage Italian
Pronounced Pron. PA-o-lo
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Meaning & History

Italian form of Paulus (see Paul). Paolo Uccello and Paolo Veronese were both Italian Renaissance painters.

Related Names

Other Languages & CulturesPal, Pali, Pavli(Albanian) Paulus(Ancient Roman) Boulos, Bulus(Arabic) Boghos, Poghos(Armenian) Pavel, Paviel, Paval(Belarusian) Paul(Biblical) Paulos(Biblical Greek) Paulus(Biblical Latin) Paol(Breton) Pavel(Bulgarian) Pau, Pol(Catalan) Paulu(Corsican) Pavao, Pavle, Pavo(Croatian) Pavel(Czech) Paul, Poul, Palle(Danish) Paul(Dutch) Paul, Paulie(English) Paŭlo, Paĉjo(Esperanto) Paul, Paavo(Estonian) Páll(Faroese) Pauli, Paavali, Paavo(Finnish) Pauwel(Flemish) Paul(French) Paulo(Galician) Pavle(Georgian) Paul(German) Pavlos(Greek) Pál(Hungarian) Páll(Icelandic) Pól(Irish) Pauls, Pāvels, Pāvils(Latvian) Paulius(Lithuanian) Pavle, Pavel(Macedonian) Pawlu(Maltese) Paora(Maori) Pål, Paul(Norwegian) Pau(Occitan) Paweł(Polish) Paulo, Paulinho(Portuguese) Paul(Romanian) Pavel, Pasha(Russian) Pàulu(Sardinian) Pàl, Pòl(Scottish Gaelic) Pavle(Serbian) Pavol(Slovak) Pavel(Slovene) Pablo(Spanish) Pål, Paul(Swedish) Pavlo(Ukrainian)

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Name Days

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Entry updated July 2, 2017