Amadeo is a Spanish and Portuguese name, derived from the Latin name Amadeus, "lover of God", "loves God", or more correctly "for the love of God" (the translation given in the dramatization of Mozart's life, Amadeus, "beloved of God" being improbable). In Galician, the name derived to Amadeu. It may refer to:
- Amadeo Giannini, one of the founders of the Bank of America
- Amadeo Labarta (1905–1989), Spanish footballer
- Amadeo I of Spain (1845–1890)
- Amadeo, vampire better known as Armand from Anne Rice's The Vampire Chronicles
- Giovanni Antonio Amadeo, Italian sculptor
- Mario Amadeo (1911–1983), Argentine politician, diplomat and writer
- Amadeo Bordiga (1889 – 1970) Italian Communist, founder of the Communist Party of Italy
- Mike Amadeo - Puerto Rican born Bronx musician, composer
- All pages beginning with Amadeo for people with the first name Amadeo
- Amadeo, Cavite, a municipality in the province of Cavite, Philippines
- Amadeo (Austrian record label)
- Casa Amadeo, antigua Casa Hernandez - a historic latin music store in New York City
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