Corrado

Corrado Meaning and Origin

Corrado is an Italian boy’s name meaning: “bold counsel.” Derived from the Latin name Conradus, which means “brave counsel.” It is a variation of the name Conrad, which is a common name in Germanic and Slavic languages. Corrado has been a popular name in Italy for centuries and is still commonly used today. The name has been borne by several notable figures throughout history, including Saint Corrado of Bavaria, an 11th-century Italian saint, and Corrado Giaquinto, an 18th-century Italian painter.

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