Origin:Italian
Popularity:2504
Meaning:Ever-living; Well-born; Noble; Farmer, earth-worker
Gino is a classic Italian boy’s name originating from the boot-shaped country. Though a full title in itself, Gino is also a short form of “Ambrogino,” “Luigino,” and “Eugenio,” deriving from Ancient Greece. The names mean “ever-living,” “well-born,” and “noble” respectively, equipping baby with chivalrous charm from an early age. Gino is also the Italian equivalent of “George,” which in Greek traditions translates to “farmer” and “earth-worker” for the green-thumbed baby with a shovel in tow.

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