Origin of first name:
Short, Germanic, Original, Rare
Meaning of the name:
Like "Inga" and "Ingeborg", "Ingo" comes from Germanic mythology and describes the god and protector of female fertility, "Ing". This male given name can also mean "from" or "son of". "Ingo" also means "protected by Yngvi", who is the main deity of "Ingvaeones". "Ingo" is probably another name for the Germanic god "Freyr".
Ingó, Icelandic singer member of the group "Ingó og Veðurguðirnir".
Ingo Anderbrügge, German footballer.
Ingo Buding, German tennis player.
Ingo Giezendanner, Swiss artist.
Ingo Gildenhard, member of "Kings College Cambridge" and classicist.
Ingo Hoffmann, Brazilian car driver.
Ingemar Johansson, "Ingo", Swedish boxer.
Ingo Molnár, Hungarian computer programmer.
Ingo Nugel, composer of German video game music.
His character :
Very pleasant and seductive, the Ingo are smiling, cheerful, communicative and sociable people from an early age. Tolerance, tact, emotivity and soul sensitivity are the strengths of these people who have no trouble recognizing and managing their emotions. Idealists of nature, Ingo tend to look for and value the good side of people before judging them. Altruistic and generous, they always bend over backwards to make their entourage happy and satisfied. Having an active and busy life is very important for Ingo who need to spend their energy.
Inge, Inga and Inka.
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