Emotions/Feelings, F names, Male, Surname names, Uncertain/unknown etymology

Furio

Furio is the Italian form of Furius, an Ancient Roman nomen derived from Latin furia meaning “fury, rage, madness” (and from which the words furious and fury derive from) which derives from an uncertain origin though it’s possible it may have originated from an Etruscan origin.

Furio is also an Italian surname originating from the given name.

Origin: unknown

Meaning: “fury, rage, madness”

Usage: Italian

Variants:

  • Furius (Ancient Roman)

Female forms:

  • Furia (Ancient Roman)

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