Yes the name Lorenzo has a very special meaning. In Latin it means "the man from Laurentis" or "the man from The Laurels". The Laurel (tree and leaves) occupies an important place in Roman Mythology - associated with the Gods of Jupiter and Apollo - and occupies a major place in Western Art and History. It is not for nothing that the caesars of Rome crowned themselves with wreaths of laurel, or that Lorenzo di Medici purposely chose it as a symbol in reference to his own name: The laurel (and by extension Lorenzo) signifies virtue, triumph, peaceful rule and immortality. It is the ultimate name for a leader.