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Related names Cleopatra, Cleophus, Clio

Cleo is a given name that is short for Cleopatra or Cleophus and an alternate spelling of Clio. It is a Greek prefix often translated to mean 'pride', 'fame' or 'glory'.

Cleo may refer to:


  • Cleo (artist) (1943–2007), pseudonym of French fauvist neo-impressionist artist Clementina Cote
  • Cléo (born 1985), nickname of professional football player Cleverson Gabriel Córdova
  • Cléo (French singer), stage name of French 1960s singer Chantal Rousselot
  • Cleo (Swedish singer)
  • Cleo (Polish singer) (born 1983), stage name of Polish singer-songwriter Joanna Klepko
  • Cleo. (English musician) (born 1988), UK singer-songwriter, formerly known as MzBratt
  • Cleo, of Cleo and The Crystaliers 1960s American band
  • Cleo Patra Brown (1909–1995), American blues and jazz vocalist and pianist
  • Cleo Fields (born 1962), American lawyer and politician, former member of the United States House of Representatives from Louisiana
  • Cleo Higgins (born 1982), of the vocal group Cleopatra
  • Cleo Laine (born 1927), jazz singer and actress
  • Cleo Lemon (born 1979), Canadian football quarterback
  • Cleo Madison (1883–1964), American stage and silent film actress
  • Cléo de Mérode (1875–1966), French dancer
  • Cleo Miller (born 1951), American former football player
  • Cleo Moore (1924–1973), American actress
  • Cleo A. Noel, Jr. (1918–1973), American ambassador to Sudan killed by Black September terrorists
  • Cleo A. O'Donnell (c. 1886–1953), American football player and coach
  • Cleo Pineau (1893–1972), American World War I flying ace and businessman
  • Cleo Ridgely (1893–1962), American film actress
  • Cleo Rocos (born 1962), British comedian
  • Cleo Smith, Negro league baseball player
  • Miss Cleo (1962–2016), American self-proclaimed psychic
  • Cleo Demetriou (born 2001), child actress


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