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Spell Check of rico

Correct spelling: rico

Common misspellings for rico:

  • rico (85%)
  • roco (10%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.
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Rico

  \r(i)-co\
 

Origin: Italian

Details:
Rico as a boy's name is of Italian origin. Nickname of Enrico and Ricardo.

Related names: Rick, Richard.

Sounds Like: Ricco, Rich, Ric.

Examples of usage for rico:

1) The population of the United States proper was 91, 972, 266; of Alaska, 64, 356; Porto Rico, 1, 118, 012; Hawaii. - "History of the United States, Volume 6 (of 6)", E. Benjamin Andrews.

2) Slavery is abolished in all the Spanish states, only retained in the colonies of Cuba and Porto Rico. - "The American Nations, Vol. I.", C. S. Rafinesque.

3) It would have been open, for instance, to urge that Puerto Rico, being between five and six hundred miles from the eastern end of Cuba and nearly double that distance from the two ports of the island most important to Spain,- Havana on the north and Cienfuegos on the south,- would be invaluable to the mother country as an intermediate naval station and as a base of supplies and reinforcements for both her fleet and army; that, if left in her undisturbed possession, it would enable her, practically, to enjoy the same advantage of nearness to the great scene of operations that the United States had in virtue of our geographical situation; and that, therefore, the first objective of the war should be the eastern island, and its reduction the first object. - "Lessons of the war with Spain and other articles", Alfred T. Mahan.

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