Derived from the Roman/Latin Felicianus from Felix. Used frequently as a personal name within the Italian culture, as well as being found commonly as a surname in most Italian and Spanish-speaking countries (though a lot can be found in Puerto Rico).

People with this name can kick your ass.
"Your last name's Feliciano, huh? You from Italy?"
by TheCrowdStrikesBack October 20, 2014

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