How popular is the baby name Livio in the United States right now? How popular was it historically? Find out using the graph below! Plus, see baby names similar to Livio and check out all the blog posts that mention the name Livio.

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Popularity of the Baby Name Livio

Number of Babies Named Livio

Born in the U.S. Since 1880

Posts that Mention the Name Livio

Baby Name Needed – Latin or Italian Name for Baby #1

A reader named Claudia is expecting her first baby (gender unknown). She’s looking for a Latin or Italian baby name.

She mentions that her middle name is Elisabetta, the baby’s father is named Simon Edmond, and the baby’s surname will be a 2-syllable D-name similar to Downie.

Here are some names that I think might work:

Adriana
Antonia
Augusta
Aurelia
Camilla
Clementina
Cecilia
Daria
Emilia
Eugenia
Fabia/Fabiana/Fabiola
Felicia
Frances/Francesca
Flora/Floriana
Julia
Isidora
Laura
Livia/Liviana
Lorenza
Lucia/Luciana
Marcella
Marina
Martina
Nunzia
Octavia/Ottavia
Paula/Paola
Philippa/Filippa
Piera/Pietra
Renata
Romana
Sabina
Sebastiana
Silvia/Silvana
Valentina
Victoria/Vittoria
Vincenza
Adrian
Antonio/Antony
Augusto
Aurelio
Camillo
Clemente
Cecil
Dario
Emilio/Emil
Eugene/Eugenio
Fabian/Fabiano
Felix
Francis/Francesco
Florian/Floriano
Julius/Julian
Isidore/Isidoro
Lauro
Livio
Lorenzo/Laurence
Lucian/Luciano
Marcello
Marino
Martin/Martino
Nunzio
Octavian/Ottavio
Paul/Paolo
Philip/Filippo
Piero/Pietro
Renato
Roman/Romano
Sabino
Sebastian/Sebastiano
Silvio/Silvano
Valentino/Valentine
Victor/Vittorio
Vincent/Vincenzo

Which of the above do you like best?

What other Latin and Italian names would you suggest to Claudia?


Most Popular Names in Switzerland for 2007

The most popular baby names in Switzerland last year were Luca and Sara/Sarah.

But…Switzerland has 4 national languages, so those don’t give us the full picture. Within each linguistic region, the winners were:

Tim and Lena
Nathan and Emma
Alessandro and Sara
German-speaking region
French-speaking region
Italian-speaking region

And what about the Romansh-speakers?

Switzerland’s 35,000 Romansh speakers do breed, but the small number of births means the lists vary greatly from year to year. In 2007 three Daniels, Livios and Lucas were born, enough to top the boys’ charts. Six girls were named Laura.

In terms of trends, compound names (e.g. Jean-Michel, Anne-Sophie) are being chosen less often. This is probably one of the reasons why Swiss baby names have been decreasing in average length over the past few years.

Source: Baby names get shorter — and sweeter?