The name Tadeo was given to 221 boys born in the US in 2016.
― Anonymous User  6/6/2017
Could also be said as Tah-day-oh (:
― Anonymous User  4/20/2016
Dunno if this counts as a famous bearer, but "San Judas Tadeo" (St. Jude Thaddaeus, or just St. Jude) is a revered saint across the Spanish speaking world, and was one of the Twelve Apostles in Christian tradition.

He is nicknamed "santo de los imposibles" which translates roughly to "patron of desperate situations and/or lost causes".

He is the patron saint of hospitals.

It is said that he has a tendency to make miracles if asked to.
ely_riverbank  4/17/2011
Pronounced Tah-deh-oh.
― Anonymous User  7/19/2008
This was my great-grandfather's name who was a Yaqui Indian. It seems like a very old name too me, which I like. He too was from Mexico and it's nice that it is so uncommon there.
― Anonymous User  3/4/2008
Well, Tadeo is my name, in Mexico (where I'm from) is not a very common name, when I was a kid I hated it! Because it was so rude for me! But now, a lot of people have told me it's a beautiful name, and I like it a lot, it is different, and has a lot of good meanings in Aramaic, Hebrew and even for Spanish culture. It's the name of the apostle Judas Tadeo, a very loved saint here in Mexico.
josetadeo  3/22/2007

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