I think these are all brilliant names to consider for a baby born in the star sign of Leo. 🙂
Pope Leo XIII (1810–1903), painted by Philip de László (né Fülöp Elek László)
Leo, which means “lion” in Latin, is English, German, Dutch, Scandinavian, Finnish, and Croatian, and currently enjoying great popularity. In 2017, it was #61 in the U.S. (and has been jumping up the charts since 2000), after having been a Top 100 staple from 1880–1937. Its highest rank was #37 in 1903.
It’s #1 in Australia, Canada, and Finland; #7 in England and Wales (and in France as Léo); #11 in Spain, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, Sweden, and Catalonia; #19 in Switzerland (and #96 as Léo); #9 in Scotland; #8 in Galicia; #33 in Ireland; #22 in Austria; #58 in Norway; #91 in Belgium; and #71 in Slovenia.
As abovementioned, Léo is French. Another alternate form, Leó, is Icelandic and Hungarian.
French artist Léon Augustin Lhermitte, 1844–1925
Leon, which means “lion” in…
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