Other Origin(s):Greek
Meaning:Monk, hermit; Good old age
Calogera is a surname and girl’s given name of Greek and Italian origin, and the feminine version of Calogero. Derived from the Greek elements kalos, meaning “good,” and geron, meaning “old,” or “old man,” it translates to “man with good old age.” It was used as a familiar term for a monk. The name is most commonly found in Sicily, where it was popularized by Saint Calogerus. In the Sicilian province of Agrigento, which Saint Calogerus was the patron of, Calogero is the third most common boy’s name. Choosing Calogera as your little one’s name is a lovely way to express your hope that they’ll live a long and fulfilling life.
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