Elio Meaning and Origin

Elio is a boy’s name of Spanish and Italian origin, meaning “the sun.” Derived from the Greek name Helios, which means “sun”. It is most commonly used as a masculine given name, although it can also be used as a surname. In recent years, the name Elio has become more popular in various countries, including Italy, Spain, France, and the United States. One notable bearer of the name Elio is the Italian novelist and philosopher Elio Vittorini, known for his works “Conversazione in Sicilia” and “Il Sempione Strizza l’Occhio al Frejus”. Another famous Elio is the American musician Elio Pace, who has released several albums and singles since the early 2000s. It’s like a fresh, unconventional way of naming a son “Sunny,” which will always bring smiles. 

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