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Here are some Spanish names that we went over when we were naming our baby. We had a hard time but were happy when we found the perfect Spanish name. Boys and girls Spanish names are below:

  • Nilda: short form of italian/spanish brunilda, meaning "armored warrior woman."
  • Roque: portuguese and spanish form of italian rocco, meaning "rest."
  • Salomón: spanish form of latin salomon, meaning "peaceable."
  • Raimunda: feminine form of spanish ramón, meaning "wise protector."
  • Ximena: feminine form of spanish ximen, meaning "hearkening." 

  • Carmen: spanish form of latin carmina, meaning "song."
  • Lupita: diminutive form of spanish lupe ("wolf"), meaning "little wolf."
  • Pascual: spanish form of latin paschalis, meaning "passover; easter."
  • Seve: spanish pet form of italian/spanish severiano and severino, both meaning "stern."
  • Marcial: spanish form of roman latin martialis, meaning "of/like mars."
  • Gabriela: portuguese and spanish feminine form of latin gabrielus, meaning "man of god" or "warrior of god." compare with another form ofgabriela.
  • Emygdio: spanish form of latin emygdius, meaning "half-god, demigod."
  • Amidio: variant spelling of spanish emidio, meaning "demigod; half-god." 
  • Saturnino: italian, portuguese and spanish form of roman latin saturninus, possibly meaning "to sow."
  • Rafael: german, portuguese and spanish form of hebrew rephael, meaning "healed of god" or "whom god has healed."
  • Atilio: spanish form of roman latin atilius, possibly meaning "father."
  • Gracia: spanish form of latin gratia, meaning "pleasing, agreeable."
  • Frascuelo: pet form of portuguese/spanish francisco, meaning "french."
  • Victorino: portuguese and spanish form of roman latin victorinus, meaning "conqueror."
  • Inocencio: spanish form of latin innocentius, meaning "harmless, innocent."
  • Loída: spanish form of greek lois, possibly meaning "agreeable."
  • Iñjgo: old spanish form of basque ynjgo, probably meaning "my little one."

  • Paulino: portuguese and spanish form of roman latin paulinus, meaning "small."
  • Rafaela: feminine form of portuguese/spanish rafael, meaning "healed of god" or "whom god has healed." compare with another form of rafaela.
  • Alisa: alternate form of spanish alicia, meaning "noble sort." compare with other forms of alisa.
  • Amaranta: feminine form of spanish amaranto, meaning "unfading."
  • Conrado: spanish form of german conrad, meaning "bold counsel."
  • Eufémia: portuguese and spanish form of greek euphêmia, meaning "well i speak."
  • Alita: perhaps a contracted form of mexican (spanish) adelita, meaning "noble." 
  • Lolita: pet form of spanish lola, meaning "sorrows." 
  • Graciano: portuguese and spanish form of roman latin gratianus, meaning "pleasing, agreeable."
  • Hernán: short form of spanish hernando, meaning "ardent for peace."
  • Elmira: contracted form of spanish edelmira, meaning "nobly famous." in use by the english, as is its variant almira.
  • Lorencio: spanish form of roman latin laurentius, meaning "of laurentum."
  • Augusto: italian and spanish latin augustus, meaning "venerable."
  • Hernando: variant form of spanish fernándo, meaning "ardent for peace."
  • Lurdes: portuguese and spanish form of french lourdes, of unknown meaning. Lourdes is where a shrine was erected for bernadette soubirous who had visions of the virgin mary. 

  • Essua: spanish form of hebrew yehowshuwa (english joshua), meaning "god is salvation."
  • Iago: spanish and welsh form of latin iacobus, meaning "supplanter." 
  • Desiderio: italian and spanish form of latin desiderius, meaning "longing." 
  • Nacho: pet form of spanish ignacio, possibly meaning "unknowing."
  • Blanca: spanish form of french blanche, meaning "white."
  • Marisol: spanish compound name composed of maría "obstinacy, rebelliousness" or "their rebellion" and sol "sun," hence "rebellious-sun."
  • Corazón: from the spanish name of a dormant volcano in ecuador, meaning "heart."
  • Chica: pet form of portuguese/spanish francisca, meaning "french."
  • Adoncia: spanish name meaning "sweet." 
  • Jacobo: spanish form of latin jacobus, meaning "supplanter."
  • Tonia: italian and spanish short form of latin antonia, possibly meaning "invaluable."
  • Lalo: pet form of spanish eduardo, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
  • Petrona: spanish feminine form of roman latin petronius, meaning "rock, stone."
  • Gaspar: portuguese and spanish name meaning "treasure bearer." 
  • Tomás: spanish form of greek th?Mas, meaning "twin." compare with another form of tomás.

  • Felicidad: spanish form of roman latin felicitas, meaning "fortune; good luck."
  • Isandro: spanish form of latin lysander, meaning "freer; liberator."
  • Guiomar: spanish name of germanic origin, possibly meaning "famous in battle." in the 13th century vulgate cycle of arthurian romance, sir guiomar is the proud and beautiful knight of the crystal stream.
  • Goito: spanish pet form of portuguese/spanish gregorio, meaning "watchful; vigilant."
  • Azucena: spanish name meaning "madonna lily."
  • Inigo: variant spelling of spanish iñjgo, probably meaning "my little one."
  • Esmeralda: spanish name meaning "emerald." victor hugo gave his gypsy heroine this name in his novel, the hunchback of notre dame. 
  • Pino: italian and spanish name derived from the word pino, meaning "pine tree." compare with another form of pino.
  • Eusebio: italian, portuguese and spanish form of latin eusebius, meaning "pious."
  • Saulo: spanish form of latin saul, meaning "asked for, desired."
  • Eduardo: spanish form of latin eduardus, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
  • Poncio: spanish form of roman latin pontius, meaning "of the sea; seaman."
  • Nazario: italian and spanish form of latin nazarius, meaning "of nazareth."
  • Primo: italian and spanish form of latin primus, meaning "first."
  • Teófilo: spanish form of latin theophilus, meaning "friend of god."
  • Cayo: spanish form of roman latin gaius, meaning "lord."

  • Lita: short form of spanish lolita, meaning "sorrows," and other names that end with -lita.
  • Pastor: spanish name derived from latin pastor, meaning "shepherd." st. Pastor was a 9-year-old boy who along with his 13-year-old brother, justus, was martyred at alcalá de henares in the early 4th century.
  • Fulgencio: spanish form of latin fulgentius, meaning "shining."
  • Marta: italian and spanish form of greek martha, meaning "lady, mistress." 
  • Odalis: spanish unisex form of french odilon, meaning "wealthy."
  • Deifilia: spanish name meaning "daughter of god."
  • Esmaralda: variant spelling of spanish esmeralda, meaning "emerald."
  • Lucinde: french form of spanish lucinda, meaning "light."
  • Plinio: italian form of roman plinius, of unknown meaning. In use by the portuguese and spanish.
  • Doncia: short form of spanish adoncia, meaning "sweet."
  • Gil: portuguese and spanish form of french gilles, meaning "shield of goatskin." compare with other forms of gil.
  • Agapito: italian and spanish form of latin agapitus, meaning "beloved."
  • Marguerita: spanish form of latin margarita, meaning "pearl."
  • Tatiana (russian: ???????): feminine form of latin tatianus, probably meaning "father." in use by the italians, portuguese, romanians, russians and spanish.
  • Jessenia: spanish name derived from the latin jessenia, the genus name for a type of palm tree found in south america.
  • Reinaldo: portuguese and spanish form of latin reginaldus, meaning "wise ruler."

  • Macarena: spanish name derived from the name of a place in seville, from the latin personal name macarius, meaning "blessed."
  • Adalberto: italian and spanish form of old high german adalbert, meaning "bright nobility." 
  • Emilio: italian, portuguese and spanish form of latin æmilius, meaning "rival."
  • Bayardo: variant spelling of spanish bajardo, meaning "bay color." 
  • Teódulo: spanish form of latin theodulus, meaning "god-slave."
  • Gilberta: feminine form of spanish gilberto, meaning "pledge-bright."
  • Ariadna: spanish form of greek ariadne, meaning "utterly pure."
  • Mariangela: contracted form of spanish maría ángela, meaning "rebel-angel."
  • Enrique: spanish form of latin henricus, meaning "home-ruler."
  • Severino: italian, portuguese and spanish form of roman latin severinus, meaning "stern."
  • Cebrián: spanish form of latin cyprianus, meaning "from cyprus."
  • Amada: feminine form of spanish amado, meaning "beloved."
  • Tonio: pet form of italian/spanish antonio, possibly meaning "invaluable." 
  • Eleuterio: portuguese and spanish form of latin eleutherius, meaning "the liberator."
  • Perlita: pet form of italian/spanish perla, meaning "pearl."
  • Ysabel: variant spelling of spanish isabel, meaning "god is my oath."
  • Abelardo: spanish form of latin abelardus, meaning "noble strength."
  • Carmela: feminine form of spanish carmelo, meaning "garden-land."
  • Fernánda: feminine form of spanish fernándo, meaning "ardent for peace."
  • Martirio: spanish name meaning "martyrdom."
  • Virgilio: italian, portuguese and spanish form of latin virgilius, possibly meaning "flourishing." 
  • Cristóbal: spanish form of latin christophorus, meaning "christ-bearer." 
  • Anibal: portuguese and spanish form of phoenician hannibal, meaning "grace of ba'al."
  • Bibiana: italian and spanish form of roman latin viviana, meaning "alive." 
  • Camila: spanish form of roman latin camilla, possibly meaning "attendant (for a temple)."

  • Renata: feminine form of latin renatus, meaning "reborn." in use by the italians, portuguese and spanish.
  • Nina: spanish word for a "little girl." compare with other forms of nina.
  • Eloisa: italian and spanish form of latin elwisia, meaning "hale-wide; very healthy and sound." 
  • Agueda: spanish form of latin agatha, meaning "good."
  • Guillermo: spanish form of latin guillelmus, meaning "will-helmet."
  • Sandalio: spanish form of latin sandalius, meaning "true wolf."
  • Robertina: italian and spanish diminutive form of latin roberta, meaning "bright fame."
  • Doroteo: spanish form of latin dorotheus, meaning "gift of god."
  • Estela: spanish form of latin estella, meaning "star."
  • Espiridión: spanish form of greek spiridion, meaning "little spirit."
  • Bernardita: feminine form of spanish bernardo, meaning "bold as a bear."
  • Rainerio: spanish form of german rainer, meaning "wise warrior."
  • Prudencio: spanish form of latin prudentius, meaning "cautious."
  • Ambrosio: spanish form of latin ambrosius, meaning "immortal."
  • Felipa: feminine form of spanish felipe, meaning "lover of horses."
  • Flavio: italian and spanish form of roman latin flavius, meaning "yellow hair."
  • Sence: variant spelling of medieval spanish sens, meaning "holy."
  • Candelario: masculine form of spanish candelaria, meaning "candle."
  • Manolo: pet form of spanish manuel, meaning "god is with us." 
  • Armando: spanish form of german harmand, meaning "bold/hardy man."
  • Carmelita: spanish pet form of latin carmel, meaning "garden-land."
  • Antonio: italian and spanish form of latin antonius, possibly meaning "invaluable." 
  • Herminio: spanish form of latin hermanus, meaning "army man."
  • Estrella: spanish name meaning "star."
  • Zarita: spanish pet form of hebrew sarah, meaning "noble lady, princess." 
  • Genoveva: german and spanish form of celtic genovefa, probably meaning "race of women."
  • Neva: spanish name meaning "snow." compare with other forms of neva.
  • Leandro: italian, portuguese and spanish form of latin leander, meaning "lion-man." 

  • Valencia: variant spelling of spanish valentia, meaning "power." 
  • Nicodemo: italian, portuguese and spanish form of latin nicodemus, meaning "victory of the people."
  • Candelaria: spanish name derived from the latin candela, meaning "light, torch," hence "candle." the spanish had a custom of bestowing religious names on their daughters, and sometimes their sons, in honor of the virgin mary; for example, nuestra senora de los candelaria which translates to "our lady of the candles," referring to the purification of mary during candlemas.
  • Junípero: spanish name derived from latin juniperus, meaning "juniper tree."
  • Evita: spanish pet form of greek eva, meaning "life."
  • Raquel: portuguese and spanish form of hebrew rachel, meaning "ewe."
  • Adriana: feminine form of latin adrianus, spanish adrián, and italian adriano, all meaning "from hadria." 
  • Reynaldo: spanish form of latin reynaldus, meaning "wise ruler."
  • Carmelo: spanish masculine form of latin carmel, meaning "garden-land."
  • Urbano: italian and spanish form of roman latin urbanus, meaning "of the city."
  • Tacito: italian, portuguese and spanish form of roman tacitus, meaning "mute, silent."
  • Faustino: italian, portuguese and spanish form of roman latin faustinus, meaning "lucky."
  • Eugènio: spanish form of latin eugenius (2), meaning "well born."
  • Beltrán: spanish form of old high german berhtram, meaning "bright raven." 
  • Martita: spanish pet form of italian/spanish marta, meaning "lady, mistress."
  • Delfina: italian and spanish form of latin delphina, meaning "woman from delphi." 
  • Odalys: feminine variant spelling of spanish unisex odalis, meaning "wealthy."
  • Jenaro: spanish form of roman latin januarius, meaning "january."
  • Adora: short form of spanish adoracion, meaning "adoration."
  • Baldomero: spanish name composed of the germanic elements bald "bold, brave" and meri "famous," hence "bold and famous."

  • Anita: spanish pet form of latin anna, meaning "favor; grace." 
  • Miguela: feminine form of spanish miguel, meaning "who is like god?"
  • Bienvenida: spanish name derived from the word bienvenido, meaning "welcome."
  • Octavio: spanish form of roman latin octavius, meaning "eighth."
  • Cruzita: feminine pet form of spanish unisex cruz, meaning "cross."
  • Zenaida: spanish form of greek zenais, possibly meaning "of zeus."
  • Lucio: italian and spanish form of roman latin lucius, meaning "light."
  • Raimundo: portuguese and spanish form of frankish german raginmund, meaning "wise protector."
  • Eustaquio: portuguese and spanish form of latin eustachius, meaning "fruitful."
  • Eulália: feminine form of portuguese/spanish eulálio, meaning "well-spoken."
  • Luisa: feminine form of spanish luis, meaning "famous warrior." also in use by the italians and portuguese.
  • Xènia: diminutive form of spanish eugènia, meaning "well born." compare with another form of xènia.
  • Sosimo: spanish form of latin zosimus, meaning "likely to survive; survivor."
  • Sal: short form of spanish salvador, meaning "savior." compare with feminine sal.
  • Dulce: spanish name meaning "candy" and "sweet."
  • Trinidad: spanish unisex name meaning "trinity."
  • Luis: portuguese and spanish form of middle latin ludovicus, meaning "famous warrior."
  • Gilberto: spanish form of latin gilebertus, meaning "pledge-bright."
  • Sofronio: spanish form of latin sophronius, meaning "self-controlled."
  • Teresa: variant spelling of spanish theresa, meaning "harvester." also in use by the english and portuguese.
  • Heliodoro: portuguese and spanish form of latin heliodorus, meaning "gift of the sun."
  • Jovita: portuguese and spanish feminine form of roman latin jove, meaning "god." 

  • Babieca: spanish name meaning "a simpleton; stupid." this was the name of the white andalusian steed belonging to el cid. According to legend,babieca was frail and wild and when el cid chose her, his godfather exclaimed "babieca!" and so this became his name. But babieca was not stupid; he became a great and famous warhorse and el cid loved him so much he requested that he be buried with him in the monastery of san pedro de cardena. Unfortunately, his wish was not granted; instead babieca was buried before the gate of the monastery and two elms were planted to mark the site.
  • Maite: contracted form of spanish maría teresa, meaning "rebellious-harvester." compare with another form of maite.
  • Ximenez: mexican form of spanish ximen, meaning "hearkening." 
  • Benita: feminine form of spanish benito, meaning "blessed."
  • Ildefonso: spanish form of visigothic hildefons, meaning "battle-ready."
  • Ruy: spanish pet form of portuguese/spanish rodrigo, meaning "famous power."
  • Marianela: contracted form of spanish maría estela, meaning "rebel-star."
  • Alondra: contracted form of spanish alejandra, meaning "defender of mankind." it may also be given as a bird name if derived from the spanish word alondra, meaning "lark."
  • Fermín: spanish form of latin firminus, meaning "firm, steadfast."
  • Ezequiel: portuguese and spanish form of hebrew yechezqel, meaning "god will strengthen."
  • Sans: medieval form of spanish sancho, meaning "holy."
  • Basilia: feminine form of spanish basilio, meaning "queen." 
  • Aracelis: variant form of spanish araceli, meaning "altar of the sky."
  • Marita: pet form of spanish maría, meaning "obstinacy, rebelliousness" or "their rebellion."
  • Gustavo: brazilian-portuguese, italian and spanish form of latin gustavus, meaning "meditation staff."
  • Tomasa: feminine form of spanish tomás, meaning "twin." 
  • Arcelia: variant form of spanish araceli, meaning "altar of the sky."
  • Pascuala: feminine form of spanish pascual, meaning "passover; easter."
  • Ibbie: pet form of spanish isabel, meaning "god is my oath."
  • Ángela: spanish feminine form of latin angelus, meaning "angel, messenger."
  • Vincenç: catalan-spanish form of latin vincentius, meaning "conquering."
  • Jorge: portuguese and spanish form of latin georgius, meaning "earth-worker, farmer."
  • Salud: spanish name meaning "health."

  • Eutimio: spanish form of latin euthymius, meaning "good-spirited."
  • Valerio: italian, portuguese and spanish form of roman latin valerius, meaning "to be healthy, to be strong." 
  • Martín: spanish form of latin martinus, meaning "of/like mars."
  • Porfirio: italian and spanish form of greek porphyrios, meaning "purple."
  • Arturo: italian and spanish form of celtic arthur, possibly meaning "bear-man." 
  • Iñes: spanish form of english agnes, meaning "chaste; holy."
  • Pepito: spanish diminutive form of portuguese/spanish josé, meaning "(god) shall add (another son)." 
  • Aureliano: spanish form of roman latin aurelianus, meaning "golden."
  • Nita: short form of spanish anita, meaning "favor; grace" and juanita "god is gracious." compare with other forms of nita.
  • Casilda: spanish name of uncertain origin, borne by an 11th-century saint who was probably of moorish descent.
  • Sens: medieval variant form of spanish sanchia, meaning "holy." 
  • Amador: spanish form of latin amator, meaning "lover."
  • Damián: spanish form of latin damianus, meaning "to tame, to subdue" and euphemistically "to kill." 
  • Adoria: variant spelling of spanish adora, meaning "adoration."
  • Marcos: portuguese and spanish form of latin marcus, meaning "defense" or "of the sea."
  • Eulálio: spanish and portuguese form of latin eulalius, meaning "well-spoken."
  • Isbel: contracted form of spanish isabel, meaning "god is my oath."
  • Nicolao: spanish form of latin nicolaus, meaning "victor of the people."
  • Esmerelda: variant spelling of spanish esmeralda, meaning "emerald."
  • Miguel: spanish form of greek micha?L, meaning "who is like god?"
  • Máximo: spanish form of latin maximus, meaning "the greatest."
  • Olalla: perhaps a pet form of portuguese/spanish eulália, meaning "well-spoken."
  • Leocadia: spanish name derived from greek leukados, meaning "bright, clear, light."

  • Alicia: spanish equivalent of english alice, meaning "noble sort."
  • Consuelo: spanish name meaning "consolation."
  • Amancio: spanish form of roman latin amantius, meaning "loving."
  • Dolores: spanish name derived from a title of the virgin mary, maria de los dolores ("mary of sorrows"), hence "sorrows."
  • Lola: pet form of spanish dolores, meaning "sorrows." 
  • Mateo: spanish form of hebrew mattithyah, meaning "gift of god."
  • Felipina: pet form of spanish felipa, meaning "lover of horses."
  • Jacinto: portuguese and spanish form of latin jacinthus, meaning "hyacinth flower."
  • Aldonza: spanish name meaning "sweet; nice." 
  • Amparo: spanish name meaning "protection; shelter."
  • Aracely: variant spelling of spanish araceli, meaning "altar of the sky."
  • Adrián: spanish form of latin adrianus, meaning "from hadria."
  • Fidel: spanish form of latin fidelis, meaning "faithful."
  • Gregorio: portuguese and spanish form of latin gregorius, meaning "watchful; vigilant."
  • Yazmin: spanish form of arabic yasmin, meaning "jasmine flower," a plant in the olive family.
  • Frasquito: pet form of portuguese/spanish francisco, meaning "french."
  • Rico: contracted form of spanish ricardo, meaning "powerful ruler." compare with another form of rico.
  • Elpidio: italian and spanish form of latin elpidius, meaning "hope."
  • Desi: short form of italian/spanish desiderio, meaning "longing." this name was borne by the cuban actor desi arnaz, husband of lucille ball. 
  • Emigdio: spanish form of latin emygdius, meaning "half-god, demigod."
  • Amando: italian and spanish form of roman latin amandus, meaning "lovable."
  • Gerardo: italian and spanish form of old high german gerhard, meaning "spear strong."
  • Odalis: spanish unisex form of french odilon, meaning "wealthy."
  • Olegario: spanish form of germanic heilgar, meaning "hearty spearman."
  • Lupe: short form of spanish guadalupe ("river of the wolf"), meaning "wolf."
  • Eberardo: spanish form of german eberhard, meaning "strong as a boar."
  • Elvira: spanish form of visigothic aliwera, meaning "foreign true."
  • Osvaldo: italian, portuguese and spanish form of latin osvaldus, meaning "divine power" or "divine ruler."
  • Godofredo: portuguese and spanish form of old high german gottfried, meaning "god's peace."
  • Yessenia: variant spelling of spanish jessenia, a type of palm tree found in south america.
  • Ricarda: feminine form of spanish ricardo, meaning "powerful ruler." used mostly in germany.
  • Perpetua: spanish name, derived from latin perpetuus, meaning "everlasting."
  • Paquito: spanish pet form of portuguese/spanish francisco, meaning "french."
  • Adelmira: variant spelling of spanish edelmira, meaning "nobly famous."
  • Chelo: pet form of spanish consuelo, meaning "consolation."
  • Andrés: portuguese and spanish form of greek andreas, meaning "man; warrior."
  • Casimiro: italian, portuguese, and spanish form of latin casimiria, meaning "commands peace."
  • Antonia: feminine form of roman latin antonius, possibly meaning "invaluable." in use by the english, italians and spanish.
  • Teobaldo: basque, italian, portuguese and spanish form of latin theobaldus, meaning "people-bold."
  • Heriberto: spanish form of latin herbertus, meaning "bright army."
  • Célia: portuguese and spanish form of latin cælia, probably meaning "heaven."
  • Abrahán: spanish form of latin abrahamus, meaning "father of a multitude." 
  • Drina: short form of italian/spanish adriana, meaning "from hadria." in use by the romani.
  • Agota: spanish form of latin agatha, meaning "good."
  • Cecilio: italian, portuguese and spanish form of latin cæcilius, meaning "blind."
  • Nohemi: spanish form of english naomi, meaning "my delight, my pleasantness."
  • Maximiliano: portuguese and spanish form of roman latin maximilianus, meaning "the greatest rival."
  • Hermenegildo: portuguese and spanish form of teutonic hermingild, meaning "all-giving." 
  • Timoteo: italian, portuguese and spanish form of latin timotheus, meaning "to honor god."
  • Aurelio: italian and spanish form of roman latin aurelius, meaning "golden."
  • Amilcar: spanish form of phoenician hamilcar, meaning "friend of melqart." 
  • Guilermo: spanish form of latin guillelmus, meaning "will-helmet."
  • Cristián: spanish form of latin christianus, meaning "christian."
  • Ciriaco: italian and spanish form of roman cyriacus, meaning "of the lord."
  • Dionisio: portuguese and spanish form of latin dionysius, meaning "follower of dionysos."
  • Demetrio: italian, portuguese and spanish form of latin demetrius, meaning "loves the earth" or "follower of demeter."
  • Celino: italian and spanish form of roman latin cælinus, meaning "heaven."
  • Jesúsa: feminine form of spanish jesús, meaning "god is salvation."
  • Constanza: spanish form of latin constantia, meaning "steadfast."
  • Rita: short form of spanish marguerita, meaning "pearl."
  • Carmencita: pet form of spanish carmen, meaning "song."
  • Lucía: spanish form of roman latin lucia, meaning "light." 
  • Isabell: variant spelling of spanish isabel, meaning "god is my oath." 
  • Anacleto: italian and spanish form of latin anacletus, meaning "called back; invoked."
  • Álvaro: spanish form of visigothic alewar, meaning "guard of all."
  • Alberto: italian and spanish form of latin albertus, meaning "bright nobility."
  • Joaquin: spanish form of hebrew yehowyakiyn, meaning "god establishes."
  • Sebastián: spanish form of latin sebastianus, meaning "from sebaste."
  • Mayte: variant spelling of spanish maite, meaning "rebellious-harvester."
  • Pepita: feminine form of spanish pepito, meaning "(god) shall add (another son)." 
  • Elodia: spanish form of visigothic alodia, meaning "foreign wealth."
  • Cleto: short form of italian/spanish anacleto, meaning "called back, invoked."
  • Teófila: feminine form of spanish teófilo, meaning "god's friend."
  • Diego: said to have been derived from spanish santiago ("st. James"), but in the middle ages diego existed in the latin forms didacus and didagus, causing some scholars to suspect that diego may have originally derived from the greek word didakhe, meaning "doctrine, teaching." 
  • Beatriz: spanish form of latin viatrix, meaning "voyager (through life)."
  • Iñigo: variant spelling of spanish iñjgo, probably meaning "my little one."
  • Ana: portuguese and spanish form of latin anna, meaning "favor; grace." compare with another form of ana.
  • Maximiano: portuguese and spanish form of roman latin maximian, meaning "the greatest."
  • Román: spanish form of latin romanus, meaning "roman."
  • Santiago: spanish name composed of the word santo "saint" and the name iago, hence "saint iago."
  • Iuceph: spanish form of latin josephus, meaning "(god) shall add (another son)." 
  • Ramón: spanish form of german raginmund, meaning "wise protector."
  • Caridad: spanish form of english charity, meaning "dear." 
  • Alejandro: spanish form of latin alexandrus, meaning "defender of mankind."
  • Sancha: feminine form of spanish sancho, meaning "holy."
  • Mireia: catalan and spanish form of french provençal mireio, meaning "to admire."
  • Maribel: contracted form of spanish maría isabel, meaning "obstinacy, rebelliousness" or "their rebellion" and "god is my oath."
  • Rufino: italian, portuguese and spanish form of roman latin rufinus, meaning "red-haired."
  • Prudencia: feminine form of spanish prudencio, meaning "cautious."
  • Abella: from the spanish surname, of uncertain etymology. The name was originally a catalan byname for a bee-keeper or small and active (as a bee) person. It may, therefore, have been derived latin apicula, meaning "bee." 
  • Fernándo: spanish form of visigothic frithnanth, meaning "ardent for peace."
  • Domingo: spanish form of latin dominicus, meaning "belongs to the lord."
  • Carlitos: variant spelling of portuguese/spanish carlito, meaning "little carlos" or "little man."
  • Clímaco: spanish form of latin climacus, meaning "ladder."
  • Adoracion: spanish name meaning "adoration." 
  • Eugènia: feminine form of spanish eug�nio, meaning "well born." 
  • Lope: spanish form of latin lupus, meaning "wolf."
  • Amado: spanish and filipino form of latin amatus, meaning "beloved."
  • Sofía: spanish form of greek sophia, meaning "wisdom."
  • Horacio: portuguese and spanish form of roman latin horatius, meaning "has good eyesight."
  • Adán: spanish form of hebrew adam, meaning "earth" or "red."
  • Angélica: spanish feminine form of latin angelus, meaning "angel, messenger."
  • Tercero: spanish name meaning "third."
  • Ladislao: spanish form of latin ladislaus, meaning "rules with glory."
  • Roberto: italian, portuguese, and spanish form of latin robertus, meaning "bright fame."
  • Hipolito: portuguese and spanish form of latin hippolytus, meaning "horse-freer."
  • Régulo: spanish form of roman latin regulus, meaning "ruler."
  • Carlos: portuguese and spanish form of latin carolus, meaning "man."
  • Juan: spanish form of latin johan, meaning "god is gracious."
  • Manuel: spanish form of latin emmanuel, meaning "god is with us."
  • Alta: spanish name derived from latin alta, meaning "high."
  • Alejandra: feminine form of spanish alejandro, meaning "defender of mankind."
  • Modesto: italian, portuguese and spanish form of roman latin modestus, meaning "moderate, sober."
  • Epifanio: spanish name derived from latin epiphania, meaning "epiphany."
  • Rogelio: spanish form of latin rogelius, possibly meaning "prayed for, wished for."
  • Emidio: spanish form of latin emidius, meaning "half-god, demigod." literally, this name also means "weary, tired."
  • Plácido: portuguese and spanish form of latin placidus, meaning "calm, placid."
  • Abraám: old spanish form of latin abrahamus, meaning "father of a multitude." 
  • Melchor: spanish form of biblical melchior, meaning "king of light."
  • María: galician-portuguese, italian and spanish form of latin maria, meaning "obstinacy, rebelliousness" or "their rebellion."
  • Benedicto: spanish form of latin benedictus, meaning "blessed." 
  • Valentia: spanish name derived from the word valentia, meaning "power."
  • Maresol: variant spelling of spanish marisol, meaning "rebellious-sun."
  • Apolinar: spanish form of roman latin apollinaris, meaning "of apollo." 
  • Luz: spanish religious name derived from a title of the virgin mary, nuestra senora de la luz, "our lady of light," hence "light."
  • Chico: spanish name meaning "small." compare with another form of chico.
  • Graciela: pet form of spanish gracia, meaning "pleasing, agreeable."
  • Pepe: spanish pet form of portuguese/spanish josé, meaning "(god) shall add (another son)." compare with another form of pepe.
  • Feliciana: feminine form of roman latin felicianus, meaning "happy" or "lucky." in use by the spanish and portuguese.
  • Débora: portuguese and spanish form of hebrew debowrah, meaning "bee."
  • Rolando: spanish form of latin orlandus, meaning "famous land." 
  • Chita: short form of spanish conchita, meaning "conception." compare with other forms of chita.
  • Manolete: pet form of spanish manuel, meaning "god is with us."
  • Bartolomé: spanish form of latin bartolomaeus, meaning "son of talmai."
  • Reyna: variant spelling of spanish reina, meaning "queen." compare with another form of reyna.
  • Anbessa: spanish name meaning "lion."
  • Mónica: spanish form of latin monica, possibly meaning "advise, counsel."
  • Mauricio: portuguese and spanish form of latin mauricius, meaning "dark-skinned; moor."
  • Dorita: spanish diminutive form of italian/spanish dorotea, meaning "gift."
  • Germán: spanish form of roman latin germanus, meaning "from germany."
  • Che: spanish name derived from the argentinian word for "hey!"
  • Herminia: feminine form of spanish herminio, meaning "army man."
  • Enriqueta: feminine form of spanish enrique, meaning "home-ruler."
  • Ynes: spanish form of greek hagne, meaning "chaste; holy."
  • Severiano: italian and spanish form of roman latin severianus, meaning "stern."
  • Fernán: short form of spanish fernándo, meaning "ardent for peace."
  • Eladio: spanish form of latin helladius, meaning "of greece."
  • Berenguer: spanish form of latin berengarius, meaning "bear-spear."

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