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Renatus is a of origin which means "born again" (natus = born). In countries of , Portuguese and languages it exists in a masculine and feminine form i.e., Renato and Renata. In the they have been translated to René and Renée. The feminine form Renate is also common in Norwegian, and -speaking countries. Renata is a common female name in , , , and . In Russia the names ' ( links=no) (usually as Rinat) and ' ( links=no) are widespread among the population. In some Spanish speaking countries, the name has taken on a different meaning: as a contraction for Rey (king) and Nato (birth), it has come to mean "born a king".

The name has a spiritual, not literal meaning, i.e., to be born again with , i.e., from water and the . It was extensively adopted by early in , due to the importance of baptism. The is , a , Bishop of Sorrento in the 5th century, which is celebrated on October 6.

In , which spread widely in as a religion of the and officials under the , persons initiated into its mysteries were designated renatus (with the meaning of regenerated).

With a completely different origin, the name "Renata" is a Maori transliteration of the name "Leonard", and is a male's name.


People
Many noted people have this forename:


Renatus
  • Renatus Cartesius (1596–1650), also known as René Descartes, French philosopher, mathematician, scientist and writer
  • Publius Flavius Vegetius Renatus, Later Roman Empire writer (4th century)
  • Renatus Profuturus Frigeridus, historian (5th century)
  • Renatus of Châlon (1519–1544), Prince of the House of Orange
  • (c. 1652–1724), English master organ maker


Renato
  • Carlos Renato Frederico (born 1957), footballer
  • Carlos Renato de Abreu (born 1978), footballer
  • Renato (footballer, born 1979)
  • Renato Aragão (born 1936), Brazilian comedian and actor
  • (1922–1996), Brazilian naval officer and politician
  • (born 1988), footballer
  • Renato Bartilotti (born 1976), Mexican actor
  • (born 1933), United States Tax Court judge
  • (1905–1959), Italian painter
  • (born 1963), Brazilian folk musician and composer
  • (born 1950), Italian economist and politician
  • Renato Caccioppoli (1904–1959), mathematician
  • , athletics coach
  • , Italian
  • , Italian pianist
  • , Italian conductor
  • (born 1906), Italian-Argentine football player and coach
  • , Italian actor
  • (1928–2010), Italian-American Development Engineer for PPG industries
  • Renato Constantino (1919–1999), Filipino historian
  • (born 1941), president of the World Esperanto Association
  • Renato Cunha Valle (born 1944), retired goalkeeper
  • (born 1941), former leader of the Italian Red Brigades
  • Renato D’Aiello, Italian
  • Renato de Albuquerque, Brazilian civil engineer and entrepreneur
  • Renato de Villa (born 1935), Filipino political figure
  • Renato del Prado (born 1940), Filipino actor
  • (born 1914), virologist
  • Renato Eduardo de Oliveira Ribeiro footballer
  • Renato Gaúcho (born 1962), footballer, real name Renato Portaluppi
  • (1911–1987), Italian expressionist painter
  • Renato Janine Ribeiro, Brazilian political philosopher
  • Renato López (born 1983), Mexican television show host and musician
  • Mexican poet and newspaper writer
  • , Italian actor
  • , Italian Cardinal Deacon
  • (born 1951), Maltese pop singer
  • Renato Migliorini, Brazilian physician and scientist
  • , chess master
  • Renato Núñez, baseball player
  • Renato Pagliari, of the 1980s vocal duo Renée and Renato
  • (1933–2002), Italian race car driver
  • , Italian
  • , American
  • (born 1930), Italian politician
  • , Mexican professional wrestler
  • (born 1960–1996), Brazilian singer and composer
  • Renato M. E. Sabbatini (born 1947), Brazilian scientist and writer
  • , Italian movie actor
  • (born 1997), Portuguese international footballer
  • (born 1975), mixed martial arts fighter
  • (born 1957), Italian entrepreneur
  • , Italian actor and poet
  • Renato Vallanzasca, notorious Milanese mobster during the 1970s.
  • (born 1955), Italian basketball player
  • , Chilean and


Other
  • Renato (album), a 1962 album by Italian singer Mina
  • Renato, a main character in the Italian opera Un ballo in maschera


Renata
  • (born 1938), American journalist and writer
  • (born 1958), Polish politician
  • (born 1975), Czech triathlon athlete
  • (1894–1964), concert pianist
  • (born 1982), Brazilian swimmer
  • (born 1969), Polish actress
  • (born 1965), Polish discus thrower
  • Renata Končić (born 1977), Croatian singer
  • (born 1966), Danish long jumper
  • (born 1966), Polish singer-songwriter
  • (born 1984), Chilean model
  • (born 1934), opera singer
  • Renata Soñé, Dominican Republic beauty queen and actress
  • Renata Strašek (born 1972), Slovenian javelin thrower
  • (1922–2004), Italian opera singer
  • Renáta Tolvai (born 1991), Romanian Hungarian singer, dancer and model
  • Renata Wentzcovitch, Brazilian condensed matter physicist
  • Cecilia Renata of Austria (1611–1644), Archduchess, daughter of Ferdinand II, Holy Roman Emperor
  • Renata, name of the band The Last Goodnight from 1995 to 2006
  • (born 1988), New Zealand rugby player


Renate
  • , music engineer, married to Elton John
  • Renate Dorrestein (born 1954), Dutch writer, journalist and feminist
  • Renate Götschl (born 1975), Austrian alpine skier
  • Renate Groenewold (born 1976), Dutch speed skater
  • (born 1946), political philosopher and social theorist
  • (born 1945), Australian writer, publisher and feminist health activist
  • Renate Künast (born 1955), German Minister of Consumer Protection, Food and Agriculture, 2001–2005
  • , Dutch physicist
  • Renate Müller (1906–1937), German actress
  • (born 1943), German Social Democratic politician
  • (born 1958), German politician and Member of the European Parliament
  • (born 1950), German athlete and Olympic champion
  • (born 1947), German historian of mathematics
  • Renate von Natzmer (1898–1935), German noble lady convicted of spying and treason
  • Silvia Renate Bernadotte (born 1943), Queen consort of King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden
  • Renate Aschauer-Knaup (born 1948), German singer (Amon Düül II)


René
  • Adrien René Franchet was a French botanist.
  • Alain-René Lesage
  • Bernard-René de Launay
  • François-René de Chateaubriand
  • Frederic René Coudert, Jr.
  • Jacques René de Brisay
  • Jean René Constant Quoy
  • Louis René Édouard
  • Louis-René Beaudoin
  • René & Angela were an 80s R&B duo
  • René Adler
  • René Angélil
  • René Arnoux
  • René Arped Spitz was a and .
  • René Artois
  • René Auberjonois
  • René Auberjonois (painter)
  • René Barjavel
  • René Barrientos
  • René Bazin
  • René Benjamin
  • Prosper-René Blondlot was a French physicist
  • René Blum, a French ballet choreographer
  • René Blum, a Luxembourgian politician
  • René Bolf is a Czech footballer
  • René Boylesve
  • René Caillié
  • René Cassin
  • René Char
  • René Clair
  • René Clément
  • René Coty
  • René Crevel was a French writer
  • René Dahinden
  • René Daumal was a French surrealist writer.
  • René de Birague
  • René de Laboulaye
  • René Descartes
  • René Dif
  • René Doumic
  • René Dreyfus
  • René Dubos
  • René Dumont
  • René Dupéré is a composer from Quebec.
  • René Echevarria is a television writer and producer.
  • René Eespere
  • René Favaloro
  • René Felber is a Swiss politician.
  • René Fonck
  • René Fontaine
  • René François Artois
  • René Girard is a French philosopher and historian.
  • René Goblet
  • René Goguen
  • René Goscinny
  • René Goupil
  • René Grousset was a French historian.
  • René Guénon
  • René Gusperti an Italian swimmer.
  • René Guyon
  • René Hardy
  • René Harris
  • René Henriksen
  • René Herse
  • René Higuita
  • René Highway was a Canadian dancer and actor.
  • René I of Naples
  • René Iché was a French sculptor.
  • René II of Lorraine
  • René Jacobs is a Flemish musician.
  • René Just Haüy
  • René Laanen
  • René Lacoste
  • René Laennec
  • René Lalique
  • René Lavand
  • René Le Bossu
  • René Leboeuf
  • René Leibowitz
  • René Leriche
  • René Lévesque
  • René Lohse
  • René Louis d’Argenson
  • René Lussier
  • René Magritte
  • René Maheu
  • René Malaise was a Swedish entomologist
  • René Maran
  • René Mayer
  • René McLean is a jazz saxophonist and flutist.
  • René Moawad
  • René Monteagudo
  • René Morin
  • René Muñoz
  • René Nicolas de Maupeou
  • René of Alençon
  • René of Châlon
  • René Pétillon
  • René Piché is a former politician in Ontario, Canada.
  • René Pleven was a French prime minister
  • René Pottier
  • René Préval
  • René Rachou was a Brazilian physician specialized in
  • René Rapin
  • René Réaumur
  • René Renoult
  • René Richard Louis Castel
  • René Robert Cavellier
  • is an American movie actress
  • René Schneider
  • René Simard is a Canadian pop singer from Quebec
  • René Stockman
  • René Strickler
  • René Thirifays
  • René Thom
  • René Thomas was a French auto racer.
  • René van de Kerkhof
  • René Vandereycken
  • René Viénet
  • René Viviani
  • René Voisin
  • René Waldeck-Rousseau
  • René Wellek
  • René Worms
  • René, Marquis of Elbeuf
  • René-Louis Baire
  • Saint-René Taillandier


Renée
  • Renée of France (1510–1574), daughter of Louis XII, King of France
  • Renée Adorée (1898–1933), French-American actress
  • Renée Cox, artist and photographer
  • Renée Estevez (born 1967), American actress, daughter of actor Martin Sheen
  • Renée Fleming (born 1959), American soprano singer
  • Renée Geyer (born 1953), Australian singer
  • Renée Jones (born 1958), American actress
  • Renée Montagne, radio journalist
  • Renee O'Connor (born 1971), American actress
  • Renée Richards (born 1934), American ophthalmologist, tennis player, transwoman
  • Renée Rienne, fictional character on the television series Alias
  • Renée Soutendijk (born 1957), Dutch actress
  • Renée Zellweger (born 1969), American film actress


René as a surname
  • France-Albert René (born 1935), President of Seychelles, 1977–2004


See also
  • , Catholic saint
  • Renato (disambiguation)
  • Renatus (game publishing company)


Other
  • 575 Renate, a minor planet orbiting the Sun
  • Hermes & Renato, a Brazilian MTV comedy show
  • , a commune in Lombardy, Italy
  • Stadio Renato Dall'Ara, stadium in Bologna, Italy
  • Stadio Renato Curi, a soccer stadium in Perugia, Italy
  • 1250 René-Lévesque, a skyscraper in Montreal, Canada
  • Automobiles René Bonnet, French automobile maker
  • René-Levasseur Island, an island in Lake Manicouagan, Quebec, Canada
  • , an American group that advocated sexual relationships with children
  • René, Sarthe, a commune in , in the department of Loire, France
  • Renatus Media, LLC, social and mobile games publishing company

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