|Pronunciation||Italian pronunciation: [ˈklaudjo]
Spanish pronunciation: [ˈklauðjo]
European Portuguese: [ˈklauðju]
Brazilian Portuguese: [ˈklawdʒu]
|Language(s)||Italian, Spanish, Portuguese,|
Claudio is an Italian and Spanish first name. In Portuguese it is accented Cláudio. In Catalan and Occitan it is Claudi.
Origin and history
- Appius Claudius Sabinus Regillensis (fl. 486 BC), founder of the family, originally a Sabine known as Attius Clausus.
- Appius Claudius Crassus (fl..450BC), public official, decemvir in 451 BC, appointed to codify the laws.
- Appius Claudius Caecus (fl..300BC), official orator, best known for the highway named after him, the Appian Way. Consul in 307 & 296.
- Claudius Gothicus (210–270), officer in the Roman army and a provincial governor
As a first name
The name Claudio became a popular first name due to the spread of Christianity during the Middle Ages. Claudio is also used in Spanish and in Portuguese, accented as Cláudio.
Claudio may refer to:
- Claudio Abbado (1933–2014), Italian conductor
- Claudio Aranzadi (born 1946), Spanish engineer, businessman and politician
- Claudio Acquaviva (1543–1615), Italian Jesuit
- Claudio Arrau (1903–1991), Chilean-born pianist
- Claudio Barragán (born 1964), Spanish footballer
- Claudio Beauvue (born 1988), French professional footballer from Guadeloupe who plays as a striker for Spanish club Celta de Vigo
- Claudio Castagnoli (born 1980), Swiss-born professional wrestler also known as Cesaro.
- Claudio Cirillo (born ?), Italian cinematographer, film Scent of a Woman We All Loved Each Other So Much (1974) and Crime Busters (1977)
- Claudio Cabán (born 1963), Puerto Rican long-distance runner
- Claudio Caniggia (born 1967), Argentine retired footballer who played as forward or winger
- Claudio Chiappucci (born 1963), retired Italian professional cyclist
- Claudio Donoso, Chilean forester
- Claudio García (born 1963), former Argentinian international footballer
- Claudio Gentile (born 1953), Italian football coach and former player
- Claudio Lolli (born 1950), Italian singer-songwriter, poet and writer
- Claudio Magris (born 1939), Italian writer
- Claudio Marchisio (born 1986), Italian footballer
- Claudio Merulo (1533–1604), Italian composer and organist
- Claudio Monteverdi (1567–1643), Italian composer
- Claudio Patrignani (born 1959), Italian middle distance runner
- Claudio Ranieri (born 1951), Italian football manager and player
- Claudio Sanchez (born 1978), lead singer and guitarist; of Coheed and Cambria
- Claudio Saracini (1586–1630), Italian composer
- Claudio Simonetti (born 1952), Italian composer
- Claudio Teehankee (1918–1989), Philippine Chief Justice
- Claudio Vitalone (1936–2008), Italian judge and politician
- Claudio Zulianello (born 1965), Argentine volleyball player
- Christian Claudio (born 1973), former member of the Puerto Rican Taekwondo olympic national team
- Claudio, a character in William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing
- Claudio, a character in William Shakespeare's Measure for Measure
- Claudio Kilgannon, a character from Amory Wars
Cláudio is the Portuguese words for Claudius, may refer to:
- Cláudio Christovam de Pinho (1922–2000), commonly known as Cláudio, Brazilian footballer
- Cláudio Mendes Prates (born 1965), commonly known as Cláudio, Brazilian footballer
- Luiz Cláudio Barros (born 1978), commonly known as Luiz Cláudio, Brazilian footballer
- Cláudio Roberto Siqueira Fernandes (born 1980), commonly known as Cláudio, Brazilian footballer
- Luís Cláudio Carvalho da Silva (born 1987), commonly known as Cláudio, Brazilian footballer
- Cláudio Taffarel (born 1966), Brazilian footballer
- Cláudio Adão (born 1955), Brazilian footballer
- Caçapa (born 1978), Cláudio Roberto da Silva, Brazilian footballer
- Lito (Cape Verdean footballer) (born 1975), real name Cláudio Zélito Fonseca Fernandes Aguiar, Cape Verdean footballer
in Catalan and Occitan:
- Claudi Martí (born 1940), Occitan singer
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