Leoncio is a Spanish male name, the Spanish form of Leontios, an Ancient Greek name meaning “lion” which seems to be derived from a non Indo-European root word, perhaps from a Proto-Semtic one.

Origin: uncertain, perhaps Proto-Semitic



  • Leôncio (Brazilian Portuguese)
  • Leon (Ancient Greek, English, German, Polish, Slovene, Croatian, Dutch)
  • Leontios (Ancient Greek)
  • Leontius (Latinized Ancient Greek)
  • Leonius (Late Roman)
  • León (Spanish)
  • Léon (French)
  • Léo (French)
  • Léonce (French)
  • Levon (Armenian)
  • Leoš (Czech)
  • Leo (German, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, English, Croatian, Late Roman)
  • Lionel (French, English)
  • Levan (Georgian)
  • Leone (Italian)
  • Leonzio (Italian)
  • Leonas (Lithuanian)
  • Leonti (Russian)
  • Leontiy (Russian)
  • Leonty (Russian)


Female forms

  • Leone (English)
  • Leonie (German, Dutch)
  • Léone (French)
  • Léonie (French)
  • Léontine (French)
  • Léonne (French)
  • Leonia (Late Roman)
  • Leontina (Late Roman, Italian)
  • Leola (English)
  • Leontyne (English)
  • Leona (English, German, Czech)



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