Carlo Carlo is the Italian form of Karl. Derived from the old high German "Kabir", means the name "Man", "Husband", or even "free".
Carmine Carmine is an Italian masculine form of the female given name Carmen. Carmelo is a more male Italian form to Carmen.
Constantino Constantino (Costantino) is an Italian/Sicilian/Portuguese/Spanish given name, also an Italian surname. It is derived from Latin Constantinus. Constantino may refer to:
Cosimo Cosimo is a masculine given name. Cosimo is the Italian form of the Greek name of Cosmas, the "neat", "morally" or "quiet" means (cf. κόσμος kósmos, "Jewelry", "Right", "World").
Costanzo Costanzo is an Italian given name, translated from the Latin name Constantius. It is also used as an, originally patronymic, surname. As a surname, it may be preceded by di or Di (meaning "of"), with or without space.
Cesare Cesare, the Italian version of the given name Caesar, may refer to:
Corrado Corrado or Corradino (female: Corrada or Corradina) is the Italian version of the name Conrad or Konrad.
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