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Spanish Nicknames

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  • Queriño: You use it for your “darling.”
  • Bombon: It is the lollipop candy.
  • Musa: The Spanish of muse.
  • Papi Chulo: Papi Chulo (or a “Mac Daddy” in English) is a handsome man who has a great power over women.
  • Bonito: You use it for a guy who is “pretty” and “attractive.” A cute Spanish nickname for your boyfriend
  • Barbie: Refers to the brand of doll.
  • Hechicera: That female wizard! Stunning girl! She will witchcraft the life out from you!
  • Príncipe : Your “prince charming” (with or without the white horse).
  • Azúcar: A cute romantic Spanish nickname for a guy who is “(as sweet as) sugar.”
  • Porcelana: So beautiful to watch, so weak, ready to be cared.
  • Linda: Ohh! How pretty she is!
  • Manguito: The little tropical fruit.
  • Amiga: The Spanish word for “friends.” The word will lead the individual’s mind to the very definition, so make sure to add some emotion in accordance when telling her.
  • Bella: She is the living manifestation of beautiful!
  • Conejita: Means little female bunny, perfect of bunny girl. You know, they are cute and lovely.
  • Regalito: If she is a divine gift!
  • (Mi) Corazón : Instead of saying “(my) heart” you could say “(my) sweetheart” in English.
  • Corazon de Melon: It sounds cute when spoken. It means Melon heart.
  • Amazona: She is from that forest!
  • Chelita: This means Blond.
  • (Mi) Angelito: A cute Spanish pet name for a guy that takes care of you, your guardian “angel.”
  • Estrella: Among stars!
  • Arenita: It means sandy.
  • Loquita: If you want to call her crazy.
  • Precioso Mío : Someone very dear, it means “my precious.”
  • (Mi) León : You say “(my) lion” to someone strong and confident, with whom you feel safe.
  • Almendra: Because she has beautiful eyes!
  • (Mi) Amor: It means “(my) love,” and it’s used for a person your deeply in love with.
  • Mami: Refer to someone who is sexy!
  • Ninfa: She is from the woods!
  • Amado: It means “loving,” but you can translate it as “darling.”
  • (Mi) Hombre : A manly nickname for your boyfriend. It translates as “(my) man.”
  • Cariño: It’s used quite frequently and could be translated as “dear” or “darling.”
  • Corazon: The heart!
  • Cuatro Ojos: If she wears glasses.
  • Mi vida : Since it means “my life,” it’s a person you can’t live without.
  • Caramelo: A sweet Spanish nickname for someone who is “as sweet as candy.”
  • Princesa: She is a princess! Be afraid! She isn’t that lovely.
  • Bombón: Someone so sweet that you could eat him. “Sweetie.”
  • Hermoso: It just means “beautiful.” You could also say “bonito” or “bello.”
  • Angel: Your angel! Your savior!
  • Caramelo: The Spanish word for candy, so sweet!
  • Bebé: Since it means “baby,” we’re not sure that every man would like it.
  • Morena: A woman who has a passion cinnamon skin complex, whose temper fuels her dancing skills! And some other great things.
  • Pulguita: It means little flea.
  • Chiquito: Even though it means “little one” it’s used in a different context, meaning “cute.”
  • Maravilloso: A romantic Spanish nickname for a gorgeous guy.
  • Chiquita: Little one!
  • (Mi) Chiquillo: It means “(my) kid,” someone you love and take care about.
  • Manzanita: It means little apple.
  • Leona: A female lion, so powerful!
  • Millonaria: She has the money!
  • (Mi) Cielito: It means “my little sky.” You could also say “pedacito de cielo” which means “little piece of heaven.”
  • Angelita: Little angel.
  • Reina: She is the Queen! Ruler of everything!
  • (Mi) Sol : It means “my sun.”
  • Gatita: The diminutive Spanish female form of Cat.
  • Amante: It’s a “lover,” which makes it the perfect Spanish nickname for your lover.
  • (Mi) Rey : Someone you worship, your “king.”
  • Cosita: Used in the right context, this word refers to anything that is tiny.
  • (Mi) Tesoro: A real “treasure,” someone you’d like to keep.
  • Mi) Alma: It’s used to show a deep connection between you and the other person since it means “(my) soul.”
  • Querido: It could be translated as “beloved.”
  • Osito: A cute, lovable man, a “teddy bear.”
  • Muñequita: Little doll.
  • Lunatica: It means lunatic, perhaps she is at ease.
  • Frecita: The diminutive form of strawberry.
  • Mi Media Naranja : The one who fits perfectly with you, your better half. It’s translated as “my half orange.”
  • Mi chica divertida: My funny girl!
  • Griposa: For someone who is constantly with flu.