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Anonymous asked in Pregnancy & ParentingBaby Names · 1 decade ago

Where deos my name originate from?


there is many famous ppl that have my name but iono where this name came from. as in what country. anyone know?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    The boy's name Camilo \c(a)-mi-lo\ is pronounced ka-MEE-loh. It is of Latin origin, and its meaning is "free-born child; noble". Masculine form of Camille. Could possibly be traced back to the young girls who assisted at pagan religious ceremonies. Saint Camillus de Lellis was a 16th-century Italian founder of hospitals, and is patron saint of nurses and the sick.

    Camilo has 3 variant forms: Camillus, Camillo and Comillo.

    Baby names that sound like Camilo are Kamil, Gamal, Gamul, Gamali, Gamel and Kamal.

    Camilo is a very rare male first name and a popular surname (source: 1990 U.S. Census). Displayed below is the baby name popularity trend for the boy's name Camilo. Click here to compare Camilo with related baby names.

    Source(s): Never have I heard any famous people who have that name.
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  • 1 decade ago

    Camilo is the spanish form of roman Camillus meaning attendant for a temple. THat is what 2000 baby names says

    The Name Camilo is a boy's name with the meaning(s) " Ceremonial attendant.|Freedom" and is French, Tongan in origin. Is what says it also says This year (2007), Camilo was the 7160th most popular name, and is in the top 10% for the year.

    Name: Camilo zu�iga

    Gender: Masculine

    Location: South America

    Language: Spanish

    Thematic: Virtual Nicknames

    Meaning: Director de publicidad

    Is what namespedia says

    Source(s): hope I helped! <3
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  • 1 decade ago

    Camilo is the Spanish and Portuguese form of Camillus, itself a Roman family name sometimes thought to mean "attendant at a religious service" in Latin but may actually be of unknown Etruscan origin.

    Hope that helps! ;)

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  • 1 decade ago

    Italian, have someone in my family by that name...Camilo or Camilio.

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