Dominic Vito in the US

  1. #5,092,795 Dominic Verrilli
  2. #5,092,796 Dominic Viglione
  3. #5,092,797 Dominic Villani
  4. #5,092,798 Dominic Villecco
  5. #5,092,799 Dominic Vito
  6. #5,092,800 Dominic Vitollo
  7. #5,092,801 Dominic Volante
  8. #5,092,802 Dominic Ware
  9. #5,092,803 Dominic Welch
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Meaning & Origins

From the Late Latin name Dominicus, a derivative of dominus ‘lord’. It was used mainly by Roman Catholics, in honour of St Dominic (1170–1221), founder of the Dominican order of monks, but has enjoyed wider appeal since the 1970s.
756th in the U.S.
Italian: from the personal name Vito, Latin Vitus, from vita ‘life’. Compare Vita. The name was popular in the Middle Ages as the result of the cult of an early Christian martyr in southern Italy, about whom very little is known. He was regarded as a patron against epilepsy and the nervous tremor named after him, ‘St. Vitus's dance’. His cult spread into Germany and thence through Eastern Europe, where the name was reinforced by native Slavic names such as Vitoslav and Vitomír, with a first element derived from Old Slavic vitati ‘inhabit’ or ‘welcome’. It may also derive in part from the Lombardic name Wido or Frankish Wit(t)o (see Guido).
13,668th in the U.S.

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