Throughout the world, Iago (Iago , Яго , Иаго ) is a common masculine forename. The forename Iago is characteristic of Georgia, where it is quite a common masculine name, Aland Islands, and Andorra (explore the name in all countries). Measured by absolute frequency, it most frequently occurs in Brazil, Georgia, and Spain. Much less frequently, Iago is the last name as well as the forename.
Iago is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Iago||Georgia, Afghanistan, Italy, Spain, Brazil|
Iago is also a name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Iago , the fictional character in William Shakespeare's Othello; Iago , the fictional character in Disney's Aladdin franchise; Iago , the operatic character in the opera Otello by Gioachino Rossini; Iago , the operatic character in the opera Otello by Giuseppe Verdi; Otello's ensign and Iago , the musical character in the musical Disney's Aladdin Junior by Alan Menken, Aladdin Jr..
|iago ap beli King of Gwynedd (b. 560)|
|iago ab idwal King of Gwynedd (b. 908)|
|iago ab idwal ap meurig Prince of Gwynedd (b. 974)|
|iago victoriano pimentel Brazilian psychologist, BR (b. 1890)|
|iago galdston US (b. 1895)|
|iago garcía Spanish actor, ES (b. 1979)|
|iago negueruela Spanish politician, ES (b. 1980)|
|iago bouzón Spanish footballer, ES (b. 1983)|
|iago mouriño Spanish writer, ES (b. 1984)|
|iago aspas Spanish footballer, ES (b. 1987)|
|iago herrerín Spanish footballer, ES (b. 1988)|
|iago falque Spanish footballer, ES (b. 1990)|
|iago lópez Spanish sailor, ES (b. 1990)|
|iago seara Spanish architect, ES (b. 1948)|
|iago dekanozishvili Georgian artist (b. 1951)|
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