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Alonzo

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The meaning of Alonzo is ‘ready for battle’ or ‘noble’. It is a name typically given to boys and is of Spanish origin. An alternative spelling is Alonso. It is a variant of the name Alphonse which comes from Alfuns and is made up of the words ‘adal’, meaning ‘noble’ and ‘funs’, meaning ‘battle-ready’. Alonzo was used by Shakespeare in ‘The Tempest’. In the play, Alonzo was the king of Naples. Alonso is also the real name of Don Quixote, the titular character of the famous Spanish novel by Miguel de Cervantes.

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Alonzo is most often associated with the gender: male.

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Spelling of Alonzo

a-l-o-n-z-o
, is a 6-letter male given name.

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Locations featuring Alonzo

Alonzo's Oyster Bar
Alonzo's Tacos
Alonzo's Coffee Shop
Alonzo King LINES Dance Center

Songs About Alonzo

Ce soir (feat. Alonzo)
Madame Alonzo
Rihanna (feat. Alonzo)

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