Also Croatian:
Also Venetian:
I love the way it's pronounced. Vee-toh. Italian names are my favorite.
Sexy name.
So sweet. Very romantic, in my opinion. I knew a Vito in high school and he was a darling.
Vito Dumas (September 26, 1900 – March 28, 1965) was an Argentine single-handed sailor. On 27 June 1942, while the world was in the depths of World War II, he set out on a single-handed circumnavigation of the Southern Ocean.
Vito Russo (July 11, 1946 – November 7, 1990) was an American LGBT activist, film historian and author. He is best remembered as the author of the book "The Celluloid Closet" (1981, revised edition 1987), described in The New York Times as "an essential reference book" on homosexuality in the US film industry. In 1985 he co-founded the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, a media watchdog organization that strives to end anti-LGBTQ rhetoric, and advocates for LGBTQ inclusion in popular media.
Vito Volterra (3 May 1860 – 11 October 1940) was an Italian mathematician and physicist, known for his contributions to mathematical biology and integral equations, being one of the founders of functional analysis. Volterra is the only person who was a plenary speaker in the International Congress of Mathematicians four times (1900, 1908, 1920, 1928).
Vito D'Anna (14 October 1718 – 13 October 1769) was an Italian painter, considered the most prominent painter of Palermitan rococo and one of the most important artists of Sicily. D'Anna frescoed a number of palaces, and the churches of San Sebastiano, San Matteo and del Salvatore in Palermo.
A pretty mafia name. Like Vito from The Godfather and Vito Genovese.
Vito is the name of the main protagonist in Mafia 2 video game.
Cool name (only for Italians or Hispanics, of course!) I don't really think it would be that big of a problem, but it sounds like the English word veto.
It's nice as a nickname, but not strong enough as a full name. I've met a boy named Vittorio who went by Vito.
In Croatia (or more precisely - in coastal parts of Croatia) this name can be considered rather archaic - still, in last five-six years its reusage is notable! I like it too.
Vito is read Vee-toh in Spanish and Italian. The only problem I have with this name is that it sounds like pito, and in Spanish pito means dick. (There's also pene.) Yeah, so I won't be using this name.
Two words: original gangsta.
Also a boys name in Slovenia.
Don Vito? Isn't that Bam's uncle?
The name of Don Vito Corleone of Mario Puzo's "The Godfather" part I.

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