Celso Meaning and Origin

Celso is an Italian boy’s name from the Latin family name Celsus, a nickname meaning: “tall, elevated, lofty.” Derived from the Latin word “celsus,” which means “high” or “elevated. It is a masculine name that is most commonly used in Spanish and Portuguese-speaking countries. In terms of popularity, the name Celso is not very common in the United States or other English-speaking countries, but it is quite popular in parts of South America and the Philippines. Famous people with the name Celso include Brazilian footballer Celso Roth and Spanish footballer Celso Borges. There are also several saints and religious figures named Celso, including Saint Celso of Milan, who was a martyr in the early Christian Church.

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