All around the world, Giacomo (Giacomo , Джакомо , ג'אקומו ) is a widespread masculine forename. The given name Giacomo is characteristic of San Marino, where it is a widespread male name, Italy, where it is a common boy's name, and Switzerland, where it is quite a rare male name. Not in comparison with a country's population, it is the most numerous in Italy, Germany, and the United States. Very seldom, Giacomo is the last name as well as the forename.
Giacomo is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Giacomo||France, Italy, Germany, Brazil, United States|
Diego, Džeimss, Fritaa, Giacomazzi, Giacomino, Giàcomo, Giácomo, Iacobus, Iacopo, Jaakko, Jacb, Jacco, Jaco, Jacob, Jacobo, Jacobus, Jacopo, Jacques, Jacuzzi, Jacó, Jaime, Jakez, Jakob, Jakov, Jakow, Jakub, Jakubs, Jakób, Jakúb, James, Jaume, Jim, Jockel, Jokūbas, Merdaa, Santiago, Santjago, Séamus, Yacob, Yakiv, Yakov, Yakub, Yakup, Yaqoob, Yaqoub, Yaqub, Ζακ, Ιάκωβος, Τζιμ, Гиацомо,
Giacomo is also a name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Giacomo Rocca ; Giacomo , the operatic character in the opera Fra Diavolo; Giacomo , the operatic character in the opera Giovanna d'Arco by Giuseppe Verdi; Shepherd and father of Giovanna; Giacomo , the operatic character in the opera Eduardo e Cristina by Gioachino Rossini and Giacomo Balducci , the operatic character in the opera Benvenuto Cellini, among other works.
|giacomo da venezia Italian linguist and translator, IT (b. 1001)|
|giacomo beltrami IT (b. 1150)|
|giacomo bianconi IT (b. 1220)|
|giacomo salomoni Dominican priest and ascetic, IT (b. 1231)|
|giacomo colonna Italian cardinal (1250–1318), IT (b. 1250)|
|giacomo da viterbo Italian archbishop, IT (b. 1255)|
|giacomo pasquali IT (b. 1201)|
|giacomo belvisi medieval Italian scholar law, IT (b. 1270)|
|giacomo sciarra colonna Italian aristocrat, IT (b. 1270)|
|giacomo papocchi IT (b. 1213)|
|giacomo del carretto IT (b. 1215)|
|giacomo alberti Italian cardinal, IT (b. 1250)|
|giacomo benfatti Italian Roman Catholic bishop and blessed, FR (b. 1250)|
|giacomo iii oldofredi (b. 1251)|
|giacomo i da carrara Ruler of Padua (1264-1324), IT (b. 1264)|
Rosa, Mariani, Martini, Mancini, Moretti, Messina, Santoro, Colombo, Bianchi, Gentile, Ferrari, Ferrara, Agostini, Casanova, Barbieri, Bernardi, D'Angelo, Giordano, Leopardi, Lombardi, Esposito, Marchetti, Fabbri, Martinelli, Vitale, Donati, Neto, Serra, Conti, Costa, Bruno, Rossi, Ricci, Rizzo, Rizzi, Russo, Gallo, Galli, Greco, Leone, Longo, Testa, Marino, Marini, Caruso, Bianco, Romano, Grassi, and Pellegrini