Tino is an Italian name or nickname, often a diminutive of the names Agostino, Costantino, Martino, Antonino, Valentino, Giustino, Sabatino, Faustino, Santino, Tristino, and other names ending in -tino.
Tino may refer to:
Adrian is a form of the Latin given name Adrianus or Hadrianus. Its ultimate origin is most likely via the former river Adria from the Venetic and Illyrian word adur, meaning "sea" or "water".
Dino is a masculine given name which may refer to the following people:
Camacho is a surname of Spanish, Portuguese or French origin. Notable people with the surname include:
Suárez is a common Spanish surname, widely spread throughout Latin America as a consequence of colonization. In origin it is a patronymic meaning "son of Suero" or "son of Soeiro". It is derived from the Latin name Suerius, meaning "swineherd". The surname originates to the province of Asturias in northwest Spain. This surname is most commonly found in Mexico, Spain, Cuba, and Argentina.
Sergius is a male given name of Ancient Roman origin after the name of the Latin gens Sergia or Sergii of regal and republican ages. It is a common Christian name, in honor of Saint Sergius, or in Kyivan Rus', of Sergius of the Holy Caves, one of saint Fathers of Kyiv (Ukraine), Saint Sergius of Radonezh, and has been the name of four popes. It has given rise to numerous variants, present today mainly in the Romance and Slavic languages. It is not common in English, although the Anglo-French name Sergeant is possibly related to it.
Fernández is a Spanish patronymic surname meaning "son of Fernando". The Germanic name Ferdinand that it derives from means "brave traveler." The Portuguese version of this surname is Fernandes. The Arabized version is Ibn Faranda and it was used by the Mozarabs and Muwallads in Al-Andalus. Fernández was on the list of Officers and Sailors in the First Voyage of Columbus. The name is popular in Spanish speaking countries and former colonies. The Anglicization of this surname is Fernandez.
Gavin is a male given name originating from Scotland. It is a variation on the medieval name Gawain, meaning "God send" or "white hawk". Sir Gawain was a knight of King Arthur's Round Table. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight is an epic poem connected with King Arthur's Round Table. Gawain beheads the Green Knight who promptly replaces his head and threatens Gawain an identical fate the same time next year. Decapitation figures elsewhere: the Italian name Gavino is the name of an early Christian martyr who was beheaded in 300 AD, his head being thrown in the Mediterranean Sea only later reunited and interred with his body.
Alberto is the Romance version of the Latinized form (Albertus) of Germanic Albert. It is used in Italian, Portuguese and Spanish. The diminutive forms are Albertito in Spain or Albertico in some parts of Latin America, Albertino in Italian as well as Tuco as a hypocorism. It derives from the name Adalberto which in turn derives from Athala and Berth.
Ivan is a Slavic male given name, connected with the variant of the Greek name Iōánnēs from Hebrew יוֹחָנָן Yôḥānnān meaning 'God is gracious'. It is associated worldwide with Slavic countries. The earliest person known to bear the name was Tsar Ivan Vladislav of Bulgaria.
Toni, Toñi or Tóni is a unisex given name.
Nico is a unisex given name. It is a short form of Nicholas, Nicolas, Nicola, Nicole, Dominic and others. In Italian it may also be short for Domenico, Nicolò and for Nicodemo. Notable people with the name include:
Mario is the Italian, French, Croatian, Spanish, Portuguese, Romanian, Bulgarian, Greek, and Nigerian English form of the Latin Roman name Marius.
Oscar or Oskar is a masculine given name of Irish origin.
Adriana, also spelled Adrianna, is a Latin name and feminine form of Adrian. It originates from present day Italy and Spain.
Evan is both an English, Malayalam and Welsh given name derived from "Iefan", a Welsh form for the name John. In other languages it bears similarities to "Ivan", "Ian", and "Juan"; the name John itself is derived from the ancient Hebrew name יְהֹוחָנָן Yəhôḥānān, which means "Yahweh is gracious". Evan can also be the shortened version of the Greek names "Evangelos" and "Evander". While mostly male, the name is also given to women, as with actress Evan Rachel Wood, leading some to characterise it as unisex. It may also be encountered as a surname, of which Evans is the most common version.
Lara can be a given name or a surname in several languages. It can be used as a short form of the name Larissa or derived from the Latin word lūcēre, meaning "to shine".
Gianluca is an Italian masculine given name. Its English translation is "John Luke" and it is often a shorter form of "Giovanni Luca".
Massimo is a masculine Italian given name.
Valentino is an Italian male given name, the masculine equivalent of the female givne name Valentina. It may be abbreviated as "Vale" or "Tino". The equivalent English male given name is Valentine. A surname, Valentino, also exists.