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Origin: Netherlands
Region Origin: Western Europe

Theo is a gender-neutral name with origins in both Greek and German languages. In Greek, Theo is derived from the ancient name Theodōros, which comes from the word "theos" meaning "God" and "dōron" translating to "gift". Theo also has roots in German, where it means "bold people" or "brave people" and is derived from the Germanic word "theud," meaning "people". The name Theo has a rich history, with many variations in Greek and German, such as Theodore, Theodosia, and Thea. Names beginning with "Theo-" often derive from the ancient Greek word "theos" (θεός), meaning "God". The name Theo has been popular in various cultures, including French, Italian, Spanish, and English. Some notable people with the name Theo include Theo Adam, a German classical bass-baritone, and Theo Angelopoulos, a Greek filmmaker, screenwriter, and film producer.

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