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Why do Italian male names end in o?

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Derived from Latin masculine second declension ending "-us", the "o" ending generally signals that a word/name is masculine. Exceptions include names like "Andrea" (Andrew), "Luca" (Luke) and "Nicola (Nicholas)", which are of Greek origin.
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