Claudio

Claudio is an Italian and Spanish first name. In Portuguese it is accented Cláudio. In Catalan and Occitan it is Claudi. The name is derived from Latin Claudius, the surname of one of founding five eminent Roman clan (Gens) dating back to fl.500BC. ==Origin and history== Claudius (Claudio) was the name of an eminent Roman clan (Gens), the most im...
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Claudio

(from the article `Measure for Measure`) ...city while he travels to Poland. In actuality, the duke remains in Vienna disguised as a friar in order to watch what unfolds. Following the ...
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Claudio

(from the article `Much Ado About Nothing`) Shakespeare sets up a contrast between the conventional Claudio and Hero, who have the usual expectations of each other, and Beatrice and Benedick, ...
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Claudio

Claudio is a Latin name for boys. The meaning is `limping` The name Claudio is most commonly given to Italian boys. The chances are 50 times greater that boys are called Claudio there. The name sounds like: Klaudio, Claud Similar names are: Claudino, Claudon, Claudius, Claudien, Claudicio, Claudan, Eladio
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Claudio

Claudio is a young gentleman in Measure for Measure.
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