Cato is a gender-neutral name of Latin origins, meaning “all-knowing.” Conjuring up imagery of an omnipresent figure with deep-thinking capabilities, Cato is also rooted in Ancient Rome. The name shares its title with Marcus Porcius Cato, also known as “Cato the Elder.” The iconic figure was a soldier, senator, and historian who remains one of the most influential people in Roman history. The name Cato has also appeared in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar and as a character in The Hunger Games, which adds contemporary appeal to the antique title. A name of profound significance and etymology, Cato is a clever choice for your bright little one.
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