Names that end with the letter “o” are fun-o!

It’s fun when somebody’s first name ends with an “o.” Here’s an example. One of my super duper cool coworkers name is Marco Buscaglia. But if you say it really fast, it can sound like Marc O’Buscaglia. An instant change from Italian to Irish!

Here’s a complete list of baby names that end with the letter o.

Boy Names:

Alberto

Aldo

Aldolfo

Alejandro

Alfonso

Alfredo

Alphonso

Alvaro

Angelo

Antonio

Armando

Arturo

Benito

Bernardo

Bo

Carlo

Cordero

Dangelo

Dario

Deanglo

Demarco

Diego

Domingo

Eduardo

Eliseo

Emilio

Enzo

Ernesto

Federico

Fernando

Francesco

Francisco

Gerardo

Gilberto

Gino

Gonzalo

Gregorio

Guillermo

Gustavo

Hugo

Humberto

Ignacio

Isidro

Jairo

Julio

Lazaro

Leo

Leonardo

Lorenzo

Marco

Mario

Mauricio

Octavio

Orlando

Osvaldo

Pablo

Pedro

Ramiro

Raymundo

Ricardo

Rico

Rigoberto

Roberto

Rocco

Rodolfo

Rodrigo

Rogelio

Rolando

Santiago

Sergio

Vincenzo

Vito

Wilfredo

Girl Names:

Jo

Margo

Amazing. 71 boy names ending with o. And just two girl names end with the letter o.

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Tom Saaristo-o
15 years ago

I went to college with a guy name Ottilio.

l.wells
15 years ago

what about jo jo

l.wells
15 years ago

i don’t think your list is complete you forgot Ceferino!

l.wells
15 years ago

and mateo

Andy Wells
Andy Wells
15 years ago

Don’t forget Yoko Ono

Anonymous
Anonymous
15 years ago

JackieO

Sammy
15 years ago

Are nicknames allowed? If they are then don’t forget Taschio!! (short for Natascha/Natasha)

Helena
Helena
15 years ago

There’s a good reason there are many more boys’ names than girls’. You noticed surely those are latin languages names: spanish, portuguese, italian. Well, in these languages, almost all words that end in “o” are masculine, as almost all that end in “a” are feminine. That’s hard to grasp for english speakers because you don’t attribute sex to objects: people are he and she, objects are it. So when a native english speaker is learning to speak latin languages, you usually mistake masculine for feminine and vice-versa, leading us to laugh ourselves to tears. And it’s become really clich : if in theatre or television we want to imitate a native english tourist, we do it 3x a phrase.

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Anonymous
15 years ago

looking for a possible boys name for my unborn child, if a boy a name ending in o is a prefrance as my baby is half italian and my partners name in Vincenzo aka Enzo. isee you dont have any of these 2 names listed.

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