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Quick Facts on Emiliano

  • Gender:
  • Boy
  • Origin:
  • Italian, Latin, Spanish
  • Number of syllables:
  • 5
  • Ranking popularity:
  • 291
Simple meaning:

Characteristics of Emiliano

  • Humanitarian
  • Community-minded
  • Family-oriented
  • Loving
  • Affectionate
  • Compassionate
  • Sensitive

Etymology & Historical Origin - Emiliano

Emiliano is the Spanish and Italian form of the old Roman cognomen Aemilianus, which was derived from the family name Aemilius coming from the Latin word “aemulus” meaning ‘rival’. This family name is thought to date all the way back to the 8th century B.C. shortly after the legendary founding of Rome by Romulus. Among the oldest and most distinguished of all Roman patrician families, Aemilius would have been considered “gentes maiores” (Latin for major nation). It was Mamercus who first received the name Aemilius on account of the persuasiveness of his language. Mamercus is sometimes represented as the son of Numa (second King of Rome) or Pythagoras (the ancient Greek philosopher and mathmetician). By the 5th century B.C. members of the house of Aemilius obtained consulship, the highest elected political position in the Roman Republic. Perhaps Aemilius’ long and enduring significance in Roman history could be considered hard to ‘rival’. Emiliano is currently the 4th most popular name in Mexico (2010).

Popularity of the Name Emiliano

The name Emiliano briefly showed up on the U.S. naming charts in 1885, but at low usage and only for that year. The name would not reappear on the charts again for over 100 years until 1997. However, in the past decade and a half, Emiliano has shown some respectable forward movement on the charts. The name basically went from obscurity to moderately-high usage. Clearly, our friends south of the border are influencing Emiliano’s popularity in the United States since the name is currently one of the most common in Mexico. Emiliano Zapato was a leader of the Mexican Revolution in 1910 and a champion of poor farmers. Emiliano is a long and fancy word with ancient and distinguished roots, so this name is not just for anyone. It’s a hard one to ‘rival’ – we can say that for sure!
Popularity of the Boy Name Emiliano
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Cultural References to the Baby Name - Emiliano

  • Literary Characters of the baby name Emiliano

    Literary Characters of the Baby Name Emiliano

    Emiliano We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Emiliano.

  • Popular Songs on Emiliano

    Popular Songs on Emiliano

    Emiliano - We cannot find any well-known or significantly popular songs featuring the name Emiliano.

  • Children's Books on the Baby Name Emiliano

    Children's Books on the Baby Name Emiliano

    Emiliano Zapata: Revolutionary and Champion of Poor Farmers (R. Conrad Stein) - Emiliano Zapata was a hero to the poor and the oppressed of Mexico. Travel back to a time when the cries of revolution swept Mexico as Zapata's vision of an end to political corruption and land reform for poor Mexicans led to a violent and bloody struggle for power throughout the land. Recommended for ages 7-10.

  • Famous People Named Emiliano

    Famous People Named Emiliano

    Famous People Named Emiliano - Emiliano Zapata (leading figure in the 1910 Mexican Revolution); Emiliano Brembilla (Spanish swimmer); Emiliano Di Cavalcanti (artist); Emiliano Fruto (baseball player)

  • Children of Famous People Named Emiliano

    Children of Famous People Named Emiliano

    Famous People Who Named Their Son Emiliano - We cannot find any celebrities or famous people who have named their child Emiliano.

  • Historic Figures

    Emiliano - Boy Baby Name - Historic Figures

    Emiliano - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Emiliano.

Personality of the Boy Name Emiliano

Romance is the hallmark of the Six personality. They exude nurturing, loving, and caring energy. Sixes are in love with the idea of love in its idealized form - and with their magnetic personalities, they easily draw people toward them. Like the number Two personality, they seek balance and harmony in their life and the world at large. They are conscientious and service-oriented, and a champion for the underdog. These personalities naturally attract money and are usually surrounded by lovely material objects - but their human relationships are always primary. They thrive in giving back to others rather than being motivated by their own desires. This is when they achieve great things. Sixes are natural teachers, ministers and counselors.

Variations of the Baby Name - Emiliano

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