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Meaning of the name Amerigo
[ 4 syll. a-me-ri-go, am-er-igo ] The baby boy name Amerigo is pronounced as aa-Meh-RIY-Gow †. Amerigo is used chiefly in the Italian language, and its origin is Italian and Germanic. Amerigo, an early medieval Italian byform of Heinrich (Henry) or Amalric (Emmerich), has been used since the 11th century.
The name was likely to have been brought to Italy around the 6th century by the Ostrogoths of the late Roman empire, –
but it was not popular with the Lombards who later established the Kingdom of Italy. The name was borne by the Italian merchant and explorer Amerigo Vespucci in the late 15th and early 16th centuries, after whom the continent of America was named. The name is sometimes adopted by Italian Americans in tribute to him. The Italian explorer was himself supposedly named after the 12th-century Saint Imre or Emeric of Hungary.
The meaning of Amerigo is “industrious leader”.