What is the meaning of the name Guido?

The name Guido is primarily a male name of Italian origin that means Forest Guide.

Guido is a Latinized form of the Germanic name Wido and originates from medieval Italy. It is also a surname. 

In North America it is a derogatory name for a working class Italian-American. 

Famous bearers include: Guido Bonatti, 13th century Italian mathematician/astronomer. Guido d'Arezzo, 11th century Italian music theorist. Guido Cavalcanti, 13th century Italian poet. Guido dell Colonne, 13th century Italian writer. Guido of Siena, 13th century Italian painter. José María Guido, president of Argentina in 1962-63. 

People who like the name Guido also like:

Cicero, Diego, Andrew, Anthony, Angelo, Hendrix, Vincent, Alia, Amelia, Acasia, Sanne, Melody, Carys, Lyra

Names like Guido:

Good, Gad, Guta, Gazit, Ghada, Gyda, Gita, Ghauth, Ghaith, Giada, Ghayth, Githa, Guoda, Gusty, Guto, Ghita, Geet, Gada

Stats for the Name Guido

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Potential drawbacks of using the name Guido:

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1. Potential for cultural insensitivity or appropriation.
2. Negative stereotypes associated with the name in some regions.
3. Difficulty in pronunciation or spelling for non-Italian speakers.
4. Limited availability of nicknames or variations for personal preference.
5. Possible teasing or bullying due to the name's association with certain subcultures or pop culture references.