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Origin: Croatia
Region Origin: Southern Europe

The name Leo is derived from the Latin word "leo," which originates from the Greek word "λέων," translating to "lion". It is a masculine given name in many languages, particularly in European languages. In German, it is a short version of Leon or Leopold and means "brave people" or "lion-hearted". The name has been popular across various cultures and has been borne by numerous notable figures, including 13 popes, six Byzantine emperors, and five Armenian kings.

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