Today's name: Indio
Potential nicknames: Indy, Dio
Origin: Modern, American, debatable origin. It could be the masculine version of the girl's name India, referencing the country India, or it could be a reference to Native Americans (Indians), or it could be a place-name, after Indio, California, where Coachella is held.
Popularity: There were only 9 baby boys named Indio in 2010 in the U.S. Going by just the nickname, there were 12 baby boys named Indy and 8 named Indie. In 2011 there were 8 boys named Indie and 16 Indy, while it seems there were no boys named Indio.
Fun fact: (1) The son of Robert Downey Jr. and Deborah Falconer. It was used by model Jolie Kidd for her son. (2) For many Mexicans, the word indio is an insult, roughly translating to "inferior," refering to a poor person. That doesn't mean you can't use it in countries other than Mexico. There are many other baby names with undesirable meanings used in countries where those meanings do not apply. In fact, most people do not even know which names have undesirable meanings in other countries.
Possible female version: India