What does the name Bimbo mean? Find out below.
From Italian bimbo (“a child, a male baby”), variant of bambino (“child”). Originated in Italian American theater, attested 1919, as “stupid, inconsequential man”, by 1920 developed sense of “floozie, attractive and stupid woman”. Popularized in 1920s by Jack Conway of entertainment magazine Variety, who also popularized baloney (“nonsense”) and palooka (“large stupid man”). Revived in popularity in 1980s US political sex scandals.
bimbo was also found in the following language(s): Italian
Bimbo Coles is a basketball player for the Miami Heat, Golden State Warriors, Atlanta Hawks, Cleveland Cavaliers, and Boston Celtics. His career lasted from 1990 to 2004. Bimbo was born on April 22nd, 1968 in Covington, Virginia.
Bimbo Oshin is an actress, filmmaker, producer, and director. Her ongoing career started in 1996. Bimbo was born on July 24th, 1971 in Ondo State.
Bimbo Daramola is a lawmaking. Bimbo was born on November 9th, 1967 in Nigeria. Bimbo is also known as Abimbola Oluwafemi Daramola.
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People with the last name Bimbo are most frequently White or African American