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Surname Bruno

Cognomen Bruno (Bruno Brazil France Italy Germany Portugal, Бруно Russia Kazakhstan Ukraine Belarus Armenia, ブルーノ Japan, along with others...) , around the globe, is a widespread family name. The cognomen Bruno is characteristic of Dominica, where it is a common surname, Italy, and Liechtenstein (explore the name in all countries). Measured by absolute frequency, this name is the most popular in Italy, Mexico, and the United States. More prevalently, Bruno is the forename as well as the last name.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Bruno

Nomographic illustration
Bruno Germany, Portugal, France, Italy, Brazil
Бруно Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Russia, Armenia
ブルーノ Japan
برونو Morocco, Iraq, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Algeria
ברונו Israel
布魯諾 China
บรูโน Thailand

Notable namesakes

picture of alberto bruno alberto bruno alberto bruno Italian politician, IT (b. 1467) link
ludovico bruno (b. 1434) link
gianfrancesco bruno Roman Catholic bishop (b. 1486) link
giovanni bruno (b. 1544) link
christoph bruno DE (b. 1556) link
jacob bruno (b. 1594) link
jakob pancraz bruno born:1629|died:1709|; Bruno, Jakob Pankratius, 1629-1709; Bruno, Jacques Pancrace, 1629-1709; Bruno, Jakob Pancraz; Bruno, Jakob (b. 1629) link
francesco bruno 1643-1721; RKDA:256990 (b. 1643) link
wolfgang bruno CZ (b. 1639) link
maurizio francesco bruno IT (b. 1648) link
friedrich jakob bruno (b. 1665) link
giovanni domenico bruno author (17__-18__) (b. 1701) link
pierre le bruno French school teacher and translator (1729–1795), FR (b. 1729) link
françois-xavier bruno FR (b. 1755) link
francesco saverio bruno IT (b. 1756) link

Characteristic forenames

Melo, Vieira, Martins, Marques, Machado, Moreira, Santana, Almeida, Andrade, Cardoso, Barbosa, Batista, Pereira, Ribeiro, Freitas, Carvalho, Teixeira, Henrique, Ferreira, Oliveira, Rodrigues, Goncalves, Garcia, Barros, Campos, Castro, Cruz, Rosa, Reis, Dias, Lima, Silva, Sousa, Souza, Alves, Costa, Fernandes, Pinto, Rocha, Gomes, Lopes, Jesus, Nunes, Moraes, Mendes, Santos, Soares, Araujo, Ramos, and Nascimento