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Cute Baby Names April 15, 2019

Beautiful Spanish Names For Baby With Their Meanings And Pronunciation

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Spain is a country that is truly rich in culture and history. If you have Spanish heritage, what better way to proudly display that heritage, than with Spanish names for your babies.

Below are hundreds of Spanish baby names for you to choose from. We’ve included Latino names for both girls and boys. Everything is sorted in alphabetical order for easy reference. As always, the meanings and pronunciation are included where necessary. 

We start with Spanish names for boys. Click here to see Spanish Girl Names and Gender Neutral Spanish Names.

Spanish Names For Baby Boys

Abrahán

Abrahán is a variation of Abraham which means “father of multitudes”. Abrahán is used mainly in the Portuguese and Spanish languages.

Abraán

Abraán is a variation of Abrahán which means “father of multitudes”.

Abrán

Abrán is a spelling variation of Abraán which means “father of multitudes”.

Absalón

Absalón means “father of peace”.

Abías

Abías means “God is my father”. 

Adalfo

Adalfo is a Spanish variation of Adolph which means “noble wolf”. 

Adamo

Adamo is a Spanish variation of Adam which means “man”. 

Adnon

Adnon is a variation of Adamo which means “man”. Pronounced as AEDNAHN. 

Adolfo

Adolfo is a variation of Adalfo which means “noble wolf”. 

Adrián

Adrián means “man of Adria“. 

Adrín

Adrín is a variation of Adrián which means “man of Adria”.

Agostino

Agostino is a Spanish variation of Agustus which means “august; dignified; holy”. 

Agustin

Agustin means “the exalted one”. 

Agusto

Agusto is a variation of Agostino which means “august; dignified; holy”. 

Alamo

Alamo means “poplar tree”. 

Alarico

Alarico means “all-powerful ruler”. 

Alberto

Alberto means “noble and bright”. 

Alejandro

Alejandro is a Spanish variation of Alexander which means “defending men”. Pronounced as aeLLey-HHAANDRow. 

Alejio

Alejio is a diminutive variation of Alejandro which means “defending men”. Pronounced as ah-LEH-he-o. 

Alejo

Alejo is a variation of Alejo which means “defending men”. Pronounced as ah-LAY-ho. 

Alfonso

Alfonso means “noble, ready”. Alfonso was a royal name in Spain as far back as the 7th century. 

Alfonzo

Alfonzo is a spelling variation of Alfonso which means “noble, ready”. 

Alfredo

Alfredo means “wise counselor”. 

Alipio

Alipio means “he who is devoid of sadness”. 

Alonso

Alonso is a Spanish diminutive variation of Alfonso which means “noble, ready”. 

Alonzo

Alonzo is a spelling variation of Alonso which means “noble, ready”. 

Alphonso

Alphonso is a spelling variation of Alfonso which means “noble, ready”. (Similar to Alfonzo.)

Alphonsus

Alphonsus is a variation of Alphonso which means “noble, ready”. 

Aluino

Aluino is a Spanish variation of Alvin which means “noble friend; friend of the elves”. Pronounced a-lui-no or al-u-ino.

Alvaro

Alvaro means “cautious” or “elf army”.

Álvaro

Álvaro is a spelling variation of Alvaro which means “cautious” or “elf army”.

Alverio

Alverio means “fair, white”. 

Amado

Amado means “loved”. 

Amerigo

Amerigo is a Spanish variation of America.

Andrés

Andrés is a Spanish variation of Andrew which means “manly, masculine”. 

Ángel

Ángel means “angel” and pronounced as ANG-hhehl (Spanish) or AYN-jahl (English).

Antiago

Antiago is a Spanish variation of Santiago which means “Saint James” and is also a place-name. 

Antonio

Antonio is a Spanish variation of Anthony which means “priceless one”. 

Archibald

Archibald means “truly brave” and pronounced as AHR-chah-bawld. 

Armando

Armando means “army man”. 

Armindo

Armindo is a variation of Armando which means “army man”. 

Arminio

Arminio is a variation of Armindo which means “army man”. 

Armondo

Armondo is a variation of Armando which means “army man”. (Similar to Armindo.)

Arrio

Arrio means “war-like”. 

Arsanio

Arsanio means “virile, strong” and pronounced as AARSAENiyow. 

Arsemio

Arsemio is a variation of Arsanio which means “virile, strong”. 

Arsenio

Arsenio is a spelling variation of Arsanio which means “virile, strong”. 

Artemio

Artemio is a variation of Arsemio which means “virile, strong”. 

Astevan

Astevan is a Spanish variation of Stephan which means “crowned”. 

Augusto

Augusto is a spelling variation of Agusto which means “august; dignified; holy”. 

Avrán

Avrán is a spelling variation of Abrán which means “father of multitudes”.

Balta

Balta is a diminutive variation of Baltasar which means “son of the furrow”. 

Baltasar

Baltasar is a Spanish variation of Bartholomew which means “son of the furrow”. 

Bario

Bario is a variation of Balta which means “son of the furrow”. 

Barolo

Barolo is a variation of Baltasar which means “son of the furrow”. 

Bartoleme

Bartoleme is a Spanish variation of Bartholomew which means “son of the furrow”. (Similar to Baltasar.) 

Bartoli

Bartoli is a diminutive variation of Bartoleme which means “son of the furrow”. 

Bartolomeo

Bartolomeo is a variation of Bartoleme which means “son of the furrow”. 

Bastien

Bastien is a Spanish diminutive variation of Sebastien which means “person from ancient city of Sebastia”. 

Belisario

Belisario means “swordsman”.

Beltrano

Beltrano means “bright raven”. 

Beltrán

Beltrán means “bright shield” and pronounced as bel-TṘAHN. 

Beniamín

Beniamín is a Spanish variation of Benjamin which means “son of the right hand”. Pronounced as BEH-NYaa-Miy-N. 

Benicio

Benicio means “blessed” and pronounced as ben-EE-see-o. 

Benja

Benja is a diminutive variation of Benjamin which means “son of the right hand”. Pronounced as BehN-HHaa. 

Benjammén

Benjammén is a variation of Beniamín which means “son of the right hand”.

Benjamé

Benjamé is a diminutive variation of Benjammén which means “son of the right hand”.

Benjemín

Benjemín is a variation of Beniamín which means “son of the right hand”. (Similar to Benjammén.)

Berilo

Berilo means “beryl, pale green gemstone” and pronounced as bay-REE-low.

Bernal

Bernal is a diminutive variation of Bernardel which means “strong, brave as a bear”. 

Bernardel

Bernardel is a Spanish variation of Bernard which means “strong, brave as a bear”. 

Bernardino

Bernardino is a variation of Bernardel which means “strong, brave as a bear”. 

Bernardito

Bernardito is a variation of Bernardino which means “strong, brave as a bear”. 

Bernardo

Bernardo is a Spanish variation of Bernard which means “strong, brave as a bear”. (Similar to Bernardel.)

Berto 

Berto is a diminutive variation of Alberto which means “noble and bright”. 

Bienvenido

Bienvenido is a common word that means “welcome” and pronounced as BAH-NVIYNIHDow. 

Blanco

Blanco means white or “light-skinned”. 

Blas

Blas is a Spanish variation of Blaise which means “to lisp, stammer”. 

Brancho

Brancho is a Spanish variation of Abraham which means “father of multitudes”.

Bronco

Bronco means “rough, unbroken horse”. 

Bráulio

Bráulio means “shining; bright; radiant”.

Carito

Carito is a Spanish variation of Caesar which means “long-haired”. 

Carlito

Carlito is a Spanish variation of Carlo which means “free man”.

Carlo

Carlo means “free man”.

Carlos

Carlos is a variation of Carlo which means “free man”. 

Carmelo

Carmelo means “cultivated terrain”. Carmelo is a well used Hispanic name associated with Mt. Carmel, home of the prophet Elijah and the location of the convent for the order of Carmelites.

Casimiro

Casimiro is a Spanish variation of Casimir which means “destroyer of peace”. 

Casparo

Casparo is a Spanish variation of Caspar which means “keeper of the treasure”. 

Cayo

Cayo means “rejoice” and pronounced as KEY-ow. 

Cebrián

Cebrián means “man from Cyprus”.

Cecha

Cecha is a variation of Carito which means “long-haired”. 

Cergio

Cergio is a Spanish variation of Sergei which is a Roman clan name. Pronounced as SER-hyo (Spanish) or SUR-jee-o (English).  

Cesar

Cesar means “head of hair” and pronounced as seh-ZAR.

César

César is a Spanish variation of Cesar which means “head of hair”.

Cesareo

Cesareo is a Spanish variation of Caesar which means “long-haired”. (Similar to Carito.) 

Cesario

Cesario is a spelling variation of Cesareo which means “long-haired”. Pronounced as CHehSAARiyow. 

Cesaro

Cesaro is a variation of Cesareo which means “long-haired”. Pronounced as CHehSAARow. 

Chaco

Chaco is a Spanish variation of Ezekiel which means “God strengthens”. 

Chago

Chago is a Spanish variation of Santiago which means “Saint James” and is also a place-name. (Similar to Antiago.) 

Chano

Chano is either a Spanish variation of Santiago or Lucas. Santiago means “Saint James” while Lucas means “man from Lucania”. 

Chavez

Chavez is a Spanish place-name. 

Checho

Checho is a variation of Cergio which is a Spanish variation of a Roman clan name. 

Checo

Checo is a variation of Chaco which means “God strengthens”. 

Chelín

Chelín is a Spanish variation of Benjamin which means “son of the right hand”. (Similar to Beniamín.)

Chencho

Chencho is a Spanish variation of Innocent which means “harmless, innocent”. 

Chente

Chente is a variation of Chencho which means “harmless, innocent”. 

Chequelo

Chequelo is a Spanish variation of Ezekiel which means “God strengthens”. (Similar to Chaco.)

Chequil

Chequil is a variation of Chequelo which means “God strengthens”. 

Chicho

Chicho is a Spanish variation of Francis which means “Frenchman; free man”. 

Chico

Chico means “boy” or “Frenchman; free man”. 

Chilano

Chilano is a Spanish variation of Maximilian which means “greatest”. 

Chilo

Chilo is a variation of Chicho which means “Frenchman; free man”. 

Chito

Chito is a variation of Chicho which means “Frenchman; free man”. (Similar to Chilo.)

Ché

Ché means “hey!” and pronounced as CHEH. 

Cisco

Cisco is a Spanish diminutive variation of Francisco which means “Frenchman; free man”. 

Cladio

Cladio is a Spanish variation of Claude which means “lame; enclosure”. 

Claudicio

Claudicio is a Spanish variation of Claudius which means “lame; enclosure”.

Claudio

Claudio is a variation of Cladio which means “lame; enclosure”. 

Clavio

Clavio is a variation of Cladio which means “lame; enclosure”. (Similar to Claudio.)

Cleandro

Cleandro is a Spanish variation of Cleanth which means “clean, pure”.

Cleanto

Cleanto is a variation of Cleandro which means “clean, pure”. 

Clemente

Clemente means “merciful; gentle”.

Colombo

Colombo is a Spanish variation of Columbo which means “dove”. 

Conrado

Conrado is a Spanish variation of Conrad which means “brave counsel”. 

Constantino

Constantino is a Spanish variation of Constantine which means “steadfast”.

Cordero

Cordero means “lamb”. 

Cordovan

Cordovan means “native of Cordova”. 

Cornelio

Cornelio is a Spanish variation of Cornelius which means “horn”. 

Cortez

Cortez means “courteous”.

Cristian

Cristian is a Spanish variation of Christian which means “follower of Christ”.

Cristiano

Cristiano is a variation of Cristian which means “follower of Christ”. 

Cristóbal

Cristóbal means “bearing Christ”.

Cuarto

Cuarto means “a fourth, a quarter”. Cuarto was usually given to the fourth born child. 

Curcio

Curcio is a Spanish variation of Curtis which means “courteous, polite”. Pronounced as KUHRCHiyow. 

Curito

Curito is a variation of Chicho which means “Frenchman; free man”. 

Curro

Curro is a variation of Chicho which means “Frenchman; free man”. (Similar to Curito.) 

Dalmacio

Dalmacio means “from Dalmatia”.

Damario

Damario means “to tame”.

Damaso

Damaso is a variation of Damario which means “to tame”. Damaso was the name of an ancient Spanish pope.

Damián

Damián is a Spanish variation of Damien which means “to tame”.

Danialo

Danialo is a Spanish variation of Daniel which means “God is my judge”. 

Delmar

Delmar means “of the sea”. 

Demetrio

Demetrio is either a Spanish variation of Demetrius or Dmitri, both of which means “follower of Demeter”. 

Desiderio

Desiderio means “desired one”.

Dezi

Dezi is a spelling variation of Desi which means “desired one”. 

Diago

Diago is a Spanish diminutive variation of Santiago which means “Saint James” and is also a place-name. 

Diego

Diego means “supplanter”.

Dolfito

Dolfito is a variation of Adalfo which means “noble wolf”. (Similar to Adolfo.)

Domingo

Domingo means “born on a Sunday” or “of the Lord”. 

Donelo

Donelo is a Spanish variation of Daniel which means “God is my judge”. 

Durango

Durango is a Spanish place-name. 

Eber

Eber is a Spanish diminutive variation of Herbert which means “bright army”. 

Ebert

Ebert is a variation of Eber which means “bright army”. 

Eberto

Eberto is a variation of Eber which means “bright army”. (Similar to Ebert.)

Edgardito

Edgardito is a Spanish variation of Edgar which means “wealthy spearman”. 

Edgardo

Edgardo is a variation of Edgardito which means “wealthy spearman”. 

Edmundo

Edmundo is a Spanish variation of Edmund which means “fortunate protector”. 

Eduardo

Eduardo is a Spanish variation of Edward which means “wealthy guardian”.

Eduin

Eduin is a Spanish variation of Edwin which means “wealthy friend”.

Eduino

Eduino is a variation of Eduin which means “wealthy friend”. 

Efrain

Efrain is a Spanish variation of Ephraim which means “fruitful, fertile, productive”.

Egnacio

Egnacio is a Spanish variation of Ignacio which means “fiery”. 

Elazar

Elazar is a Spanish variation of Eleazer which means “God is my helper”. 

Elaísar

Elaísar is a variation of Elazar which means “God is my helper”.

Eleázar

Eleázar is a spelling variation of Eleazar which means “God is my helper”.

Eleózar

Eleózar is a variation of Eleázar which means “God is my helper”.

Eliazar

Eliazar is a spelling variation of Eleazar which means “God is my helper”. (Similar to Eleázar.)

Eligio

Eligio means “to choose” and pronounced as eh-LEE-hhyo.

Eliseao

Eliseao is a Spanish variation of Eleazer which means “God is my helper”. (Similar to Elazar.)

Elizar

Elizar is a diminutive variation of Eliazar which means “God is my helper”. 

Eloi

Eloi means “the chosen” and pronounced as EE-loy. 

Emilano

Emilano is a Spanish variation of Emil which means “rival”. 

Emiliano

Emiliano means “rival” or “work”. 

Emilio

Emilio is a diminutive variation of Emiliano which means “rival” or “work”. 

Enesenico

Enesenico is a Spanish variation of Innocent which means “harmless, innocent”. (Similar to Chencho.) 

Enicencio

Enicencio is a variation of Enesenico which means “harmless, innocent”. 

Enocencio

Enocencio is a variation of Enesenico which means “harmless, innocent”. (Similar to Enicencio.) 

Enrique

Enrique is a Spanish variation of Henry which means “lord of the manor”. 

Erasmo

Erasmo is a Spanish diminutive variation of Erasmus which means “beloved, desired”.

Erasmun

Erasmun is a variation of Erasmo which means “beloved, desired”. 

Erazino

Erazino is a Spanish variation of Erasmus which means “beloved, desired”. 

Eresenio

Eresenio is a variation of Arsenio which means “virile, strong”.

Eresmo

Eresmo is a spelling variation of Erasmo which means “beloved, desired”. 

Ernesto

Ernesto means “serious, resolute”. 

Erusmo

Erusmo is a variation of Eresmo which means “beloved, desired”. 

Esai

Esai means “gift” and pronounced as EE-sye or ee-SAY.

Esekial

Esekial is a variation of Ezekiel which means “God strengthens”. 

Esequiel

Esequiel is a variation of Ezekiel which means “God strengthens”. (Similar to Esekial.) Pronounced as Eh-s-EE-k-EH-l.

Esequio

Esequio is a variation of Chequelo which means “God strengthens”. (Similar to Chequil.)

Esmael

Esmael is a Spanish variation of Ishmael which means “God will hear”.

Estabán

Estabán is a Spanish variation of Stephen which means “crown”.

Estamoslao

Estamoslao is a Spanish variation of Stanislav which means “someone who achieves glory or fame”. 

Esteban

Esteban is a variation of Estabán which means “crown”. 

Esteben

Esteben is a variation of Estabán which means “crown”. (Similar to Esteban.)

Estefan

Estefan is a variation of Esteban which means “crown”. 

Estefon

Estefon is a variation of Esteban which means “crown”. (Similar to Estefan.)

Estiban

Estiban is a variation of Esteban which means “crown”. (Similar to Estefan and Estefon.)

Estifan

Estifan is a spelling variation of Estefan which means “crown”. 

Estován

Estován is a variation of Estabán which means “crown”. (Similar to Esteban and Esteben.)

Eugenio

Eugenio is a Spanish variation of Eugene which means “well-born, noble”. Pronounced as ew-HHEH-nyo. 

Eustaquio

Eustaquio is a Spanish variation of Eustace which means “fruitful, productive”. Pronounced as ew-STA-kyo.

Evarado

Evarado means “brave boar”.

Everardo

Everardo means “brave boar” or “hardy”. 

Exechio

Exechio is a Spanish variation of Ezekiel which means “God strengthens”. (Similar to Chaco and Chequelo.)

Exequiel

Exequiel is a variation of Chequelo which means “God strengthens”. (Similar to Chequil and Esequio.)

Ezechiel

Ezechiel is a spelling variation of Ezekiel which means “God strengthens”. 

Ezekyel

Ezekyel is a spelling variation of Ezekiel which means “God strengthens”. (Similar to Ezechiel.)

Ezequiel

Ezequiel is a spelling variation of Ezekiel which means “God strengthens”. (Similar to Ezechiel and Ezekyel.)

Eziechiele

Eziechiele is a variation of Ezechiel which means “God strengthens”. 

Ezikiel

Ezikiel is a spelling variation of Ezekyel which means “God strengthens”. 

Ezikyel

Ezikyel is a spelling variation of Ezikiel which means “God strengthens”. 

Ezykiel

Ezykiel is a spelling variation of Ezikiel which means “God strengthens”. (Similar to Ezikyel.)

Farruco

Farruco is a Spanish variation of Francis which means “Frenchman; free man”. (Similar to Chicho.)

Faustano

Faustano is a Spanish variation of Faust which means “fortunate one”. 

Fausteno

Fausteno is a variation of Faustano which means “fortunate one”. 

Faustino

Faustino is a variation of Faustano which means “fortunate one”. (Similar to Fausteno.)

Fausto

Fausto is a diminutive variation of Faustano which means “fortunate one”. 

Faustulo

Faustulo is a Spanish variation of Faust which means “fortunate one”. (Similar to Faustano.)

Faustín

Faustín is a variation of Faustino which means “fortunate one”.

Fauztino

Fauztino is a spelling variation of Faustino which means “fortunate one”. 

Fede

Fede is a diminutive variation of Federigo which means “peaceful ruler”.

Federigo

Federigo means “peaceful ruler”. 

Federío

Federío is a variation of Federigo which means “peaceful ruler”.

Felipe

Felipe is a Spanish variation of Philip which means “lover of horses”. Felipe is a royal name in Spain. 

Ferdi

Ferdi is a diminutive variation of Ferdinand which means “bold voyager”. 

Ferdinando

Ferdinando is a Spanish variation of Ferdinand which means “bold voyager”. 

Ferdino

Ferdino is a diminutive variation of Ferdinando which means “bold voyager”. 

Ferdo

Ferdo is a variation of Ferdino which means “bold voyager”. 

Fernandeo

Fernandeo is a variation of Ferdinando which means “bold voyager”. 

Fernando

Fernando is a variation of Fernandeo which means “bold voyager”. 

Ferni

Ferni is a diminutive variation of Fernandeo which means “bold voyager”. 

Fernán

Fernán is a diminutive variation of Fernandeo which means “bold voyager”. (Similar to Ferni.)

Festo

Festo is a diminutive variation of Fausteno which means “fortunate one”.

Fidel

Fidel means “faithful”.

Fidelio

Fidelio is a variation of Fidel which means “faithful”. 

Figueroa

Figueroa means “fig tree”.

Filiberto

Filiberto is a Spanish variation of Filbert which means “very brilliant”.

Fito

Fito is a Spanish variation of Adolph which means “noble wolf”. (Similar to Adalfo.)

Flores

Flores is a Spanish variation of Florent which means “flowering”.

Florez

Florez is a spelling variation of Flores which means “flowering”. 

Fonzi

Fonzi is a variation of Fonzo which means “noble, ready”. 

Fonzo

Fonzo is a diminutive variation of Alfonzo which means “noble, ready”.

Fortunado

Fortunado means “luck, fate, wealth”. 

Fortunato

Fortunato is a variation of Fortunado which means “luck, fate, wealth”. 

Fortuno

Fortuno is a diminutive variation of Fortunado which means “luck, fate, wealth”.

Francilo

Francilo is a Spanish variation of Francis which means “Frenchman; free man”. (Similar to Chicho and Farruco.)

Francisco

Francisco is a variation of Francis which means “Frenchman; free man”. 

Frasco

Frasco is a diminutive variation of Frascuelo which means “Frenchman; free man”. (Similar to Francisco.) 

Frascuelo

Frascuelo is a variation of Francis which means “Frenchman; free man”. (Similar to Francisco.) Pronounced as FRAASKWEHLow. 

Fredericio

Fredericio is a variation of Fredrico which means “peaceful ruler”.

Fredico

Fredico is a diminutive variation of Fredericio which means “peaceful ruler”. 

Fredo

Fredo is either a diminutive variation of Jeffrey or Alfredo. Jeffrey means “pledge of peace” while Alfredo means “wise counselor”.

Fredrico

Fredrico is a variation of Federigo which means “peaceful ruler”. (Similar to Federío.) 

Friderico

Friderico is a variation of Fredrico which means “peaceful ruler”. (Similar to Fredericio.) 

Fuentes

Fuentes means “springs”. 

Galeno

Galeno means “healer, calm” and pronounced as gah-LEH-no. 

Galieno

Galieno is a variation of Galeno which means “healer, calm”. 

Gallieno

Gallieno is a spelling variation of Galieno which means “healer, calm”. 

Galo

Galo means “from Gaul” and pronounced as GA-lo.

Gaspar

Gaspar is a Spanish variation of Casper which means “keeper of the treasure”.

Gazpar

Gazpar is a variation of Gaspar which means “keeper of the treasure”. 

Geraldo

Geraldo is a Spanish variation of Gerald which means “ruler with the spear”. Pronounced as hay-RAHL-doh. 

Gerardo

Gerardo is a Spanish variation of Gerard which means “spear strength”. Pronounced as hay-RAHR-doh. 

Gil

Gil means “happiness” or “young goat” and pronounced as HEEL (Spanish) or GIH(English).

Gilberto

Gilberto is a Spanish variation of Gilbert which means “bright pledge”. Pronounced as hheel-BEHR-to (Spanish).

Glaudio

Glaudio is a variation of Claudio which means “lame; enclosure”. 

Godofredo

Godofredo is a Spanish variation of Jeffrey which means “pledge of peace”.

Gofredo

Gofredo is a diminutive variation of Godofredo which means “pledge of peace”. 

Gonzalo

Gonzalo means “saved from combat” and pronounced as gon-SA-lo (Latin American Spanish) or gon-THA-lo (European Spanish).

Gru

Gru means “crane”. 

Gualterio

Gualterio is a Spanish variation of Walter which means “army ruler”. Pronounced as G-aaLTEHRiyow.

Gui

Gui means “guide, leader” and pronounced as Gee. 

Guillermo

Guillermo is a Spanish variation of William which means “resolute protection”. Pronounced as ghee-YARE-mo.

Gustavo

Gustavo means “staff of the Goths” and pronounced as goo-STAH-vo.

Gutierre

Gutierre is a variation of Gualterio which means “army ruler”. Pronounced as GuwTYEHR-. 

Génaro

Génaro means “door; entrance” and pronounced as jehn-NA-ro. 

Heladio

Heladio means “born in Greece” and pronounced as  eh-l-AA-d-y-oh. 

Helio

Helio means “the sun” and pronounced as AY-lee-o.

Herculano

Herculano is a Spanish variation of Hercules which means “glory of Hera”. Pronounced as er-koo-LAH-no. 

Hermano

Hermano is a Spanish variation of Herman which means “army man”. Pronounced as HHEH-RMaa-Noh.

Herminio

Herminio is a variation of Hermano which means “army man”. Pronounced as ehr-MEE-nyo (Spanish) or HH-ERMIHNiyoh (English).

Hermino

Hermino is a variation of Hermano which means “army man”. (Similar to Herminio.) Pronounced as HH-ERMIYNoh. 

Hermá

Hermá is a diminutive variation of Hermano which means “army man”. Pronounced as HER-mah. 

Hernando

Hernando means “adventurer, explorer” and pronounced as ehr-NAN-do.

Herrado

Herrado is a spelling variation of Geraldo which means “ruler with the spear”. Pronounced as he-rra-do. 

Hesiquio

Hesiquio is a variation of Exechio which means “God strengthens”. Pronounced as HHEHSIYKWiyoh. 

Hexiquio

Hexiquio is a spelling variation of Hesiquio which means “God strengthens”. 

Hidalgo

Hidalgo means “nobleman”. Hidalgo is the name of a minor planet.

Hignacio

Hignacio is a variation of Ignacio which means “fiery”. Pronounced as eeg-NAH-see-oh. 

Hilarino

Hilarino means “cheerful, happy”. 

Hilario

Hilario is a variation of Hilarino which means “cheerful, happy”. Pronounced as ee-l -AA-ree-oh. 

Homerico

Homerico is a Spanish variation of Homer which means “security; pledge; hostage”. Pronounced as HHOWMEHRIYKow.

Homero

Homero is a variation of Homerico which means “security; pledge; hostage”. Pronounced as owMEY-Row. 

Horacio

Horacio is either a variation of Horace or Horatio, Horace means “timekeeper” while Horatio means “hour, time”. Pronounced as o-RA-syo (Latin American Spanish) or o-RA-thyo (European Spanish).

Huber

Huber is a diminutive variation of Huberto which means “bright heart”. Pronounced as HHYUWBer. 

Huberto

Huberto is a Spanish variation of Hubert which means “bright heart”.

Hugin

Hugin means “mind; spirit; thought; heart” and pronounced approximately as HHAHJHihN.

Hugo

Hugo is a diminutive variation of Hugolino which means “mind, intellect”. Pronounced as OO-go (Spanish) or HYOO-go (English).

Hugolino

Hugolino means “mind, intellect”. 

Hugues

Hugues is a variation of Hugolino which means “mind, intellect”. Pronounced as HHYuwGWEHZ. 

Huguito

Huguito is a variation of Hugolino which means “mind, intellect”. (Similar to Hugues.)

Hugón

Hugón is a variation of Hugo which means “mind, intellect”. Pronounced as HHuwGAHN. 

Humbaldo

Humbaldo is a variation of Humberto which means “renowned warrior”. Pronounced as HHAHMBaaLDow. 

Humberto

Humberto is a Spanish variation of Humbert which means “renowned warrior”. Pronounced as OOM-BER-TO (Spanish) or ahMBEHR-Tow- (English). 

Hunfredo

Hunfredo is either a variation of Humbert or Humphrey. Humbert means “renowned warrior” while Humphrey means “peaceful warrior”. 

Hunfrido

Hunfrido is a spelling variation of Hunfredo which means “renowned warrior” or “peaceful warrior”. Pronounced as HHAHNFRIYDow. 

Iago

Iago is a diminutive variation of Diego which means “supplanter”. Pronounced as y-AA-g-oh (Spanish) or ee-AH-go (English). 

Icidro

Icidro is a Spanish variation of Isidore which means “gift of Isis”. 

Ignacio

Ignacio means “fiery” and pronounced as eeg-NA-syo (Latin American Spanish) or eeg-NA-thyo (European Spanish).

Ignacius

Ignacius is a variation of Ignacio which means “fiery”. (Similar to Hignacio.)

Ignado

Ignado is a diminutive variation of Ignacio which means “fiery”.

Ignasi

Ignasi is a variation of Ignado which means “fiery”. Pronounced as ee-g-nAA-see.

Ignasio

Ignasio is a spelling variation of Ignacio which means “fiery”. 

Ignatio

Ignatio is a variation of Ignasio which means “fiery”. 

Ignazio

Ignazio is a spelling variation of Ignacio which means “fiery”. (Similar to Ignasio.)

Ignocio

Ignocio is a variation of Ignacio which means “fiery”. (Similar to Hignacio and Ignacius.)

Incencio

Incencio is a Spanish variation of Innocent which means “harmless, innocent”. (Similar to Chencho and Enesenico.) Pronounced as ihNCHEHNSiyow. 

Ingnacio

Ingnacio is a spelling variation of Ignacio which means “fiery”. (Similar to Ignasio and Ignazio.)

Inigo

Inigo is a diminutive variation of Ingnacio which means “fiery”. 

Innocensio

Innocensio is a variation of Incencio which means “harmless, innocent”. 

Innocentio

Innocentio is a variation of Incencio which means “harmless, innocent”. (Similar to Innocensio.)

Inocencio

Inocencio is a spelling variation of Innocensio which means “harmless, innocent”. 

Inriques

Inriques is a variation of Enrique which means “lord of the manor”.

Isadoro

Isadoro is a variation of Isidore which means “gift of Isis”. 

Isaias

Isaias is a variation of Isaiah which means “Salvation of the Lord”. Pronounced as eye-ZAY-us or EE-zay-as.

Isamel

Isamel is a variation of Esmael which means “God will hear”.

Isandro

Isandro means “liberator”.

Isareal

Isareal is a Spanish variation of Israel which means “he who struggles with God”. 

Isasmo

Isasmo is a Spanish variation of Erazino which means “beloved, desired”.

Ishico

Ishico is a Spanish variation of Isidore which means “gift of Isis”. (Similar to Icidro.)

Ishmael

Ishmael means “God will hear”. Ishmael, in the Bible, was Abraham’s first son by the Egyptian maidservant Hagar, who was told by God to name him Ishmael. In Islamic tradition, Ishmael (or Ismail) is believed to have been the ancestor of the Arabs.

Isidoro

Isidoro is a variation of Isidore which means “gift of Isis”. (Similar to Isadoro.)

Isidro

Isidro is a spelling variation of Icidro which means “gift of Isis”.

Isiwuiel

Isiwuiel is a variation of Ezekiel which means “God strengthens”. (Similar to Esekial and Esequiel.)

Ismael

Ismael is a spelling variation of Esmael which means “God will hear”. 

Isra

Isra is a diminutive variation of Israel which means “he who struggles with God”.

Israh

Israh is a variation of Isra which means “he who struggles with God”. 

Isreal

Isreal is a spelling variation of Israel which means “he who struggles with God”. Pronounced as IHZRAHL. 

Istevan

Istevan is a Spanish variation of Esteban which means “crown”.

Izechiel

Izechiel is is a variation of Ezechiel which means “God strengthens”. (Similar to Eziechiele.)

Izidro

Izidro is a variation of Icidro which means “gift of isis”. 

Jacinto

Jacinto means “hyacinth” and pronounced as Hah-SEEN-to. 

Jacobo

Jacobo is a Spanish variation of Jacob which means “holder of the heel” or “supplanter”. Pronounced as ha-KO-bo.

Jadiel

Jadiel means “God has heard” and pronounced as HAHD-ee-ell. 

Jago

Jago is a variation of Jacobo which means “holder of the heel” or “supplanter”. Pronounced as jay-go or yay-go.

Javier

Javier means “new house” or “bright” and pronounced as hah-vee-AIR. 

Jenaro

Jenaro is a Spanish variation of January which is a name that refers to the first month of the year. Pronounced as heh-NA-ro.

Jeraldo

Jeraldo is a variation of Geraldo which means “ruler with the spear”. Pronounced as he-rahl-do. 

Jerardo

Jerardo is a variation of Gerardo which means “spear strength”. Pronounced as her-ar-do. 

Jerónimo

Jerónimo is a Spanish variation of Jerome which means “sacred name”. Pronounced as hheh-RO-nee-mo. 

Jesús

Jesús is a Spanish variation of Jesus which means “the Lord is salvation”. Pronounced as heh-SOOS.

Joaquin

Joaquin means “God will judge” and pronounced as wah-KEEN.

Jorge

Jorge is a Spanish variation of George which means “farmer; earthworker”. Pronounced as hor-hay.

Jose

Jose means “Jehovah increases” and pronounced as ho-SEH. Jose is as widespread in the Hispanic community as Joseph and Joe are elsewhere in the U.S.

José

José is a spelling variation of Jose which means “Jehovah increases”.

Juan

Juan is a Spanish variation of John which means “Yahweh is gracious”. Pronounced as HHWAAN. 

Julio

Julio means “youthful, downy-bearded” and pronounced as HOO-lee-oh. 

Junot

Junot means “born in June” and pronounced as zhoo-no. 

Junípero

Junípero means “juniper bush” and pronounced as hhoo-NEE-peh-ro.

Justino

Justino is a Spanish variation of Justin which means “fair, righteous”. Pronounced as HHuw-ZTIY-Now. 

Justo

Justo is a diminutive variation of Justino which means “fair, righteous”. Pronounced as hOOs-toh (Spanish) or JHAHSTow (English).

Lago

Lago is a Spanish variation of Lake which is a nature name. 

Laurencio

Laurencio is a Spanish variation of Lawrence which means “from Laurentium”. Pronounced as LAO-REHNGCHiyow. 

Leandro

Leandro means “lion-man” and pronounced as le-AN-dro. 

Leonardo

Leonardo means “brave lion”. Leonardo was the name of an Italian artist and scientist of the Renaissance, Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519).

Leoncio

Leoncio is a Spanish variation of Leon which means “lion”. Pronounced as leh-ON-syo (Latin American Spanish) or leh-ON-thyo (European Spanish). 

Leonel

Leonel means “young lion”.

Liberato

Liberato means “freedom”. 

Liborio

Liborio is a variation of Liberato which means “freedom”. 

Lico

Lico is a diminutive variation of Fredrico which means “peaceful ruler”. 

Lon

Lon is a diminutive variation of Alonzo which means “noble, ready”. 

Lonzo

Lonzo is a diminutive variation of Alonzo which means “noble, ready”. (Similar to Lon.)

Lorenzo

Lorenzo is a Spanish variation of Lawrence which means “from Laurentium” (Similar to Laurencio.)

Lucho

Lucho is a variation of Lucino which means “man from Lucania”. 

Luciano

Luciano means “light” and pronounced as loo-CHAHN-oh. 

Luciliano

Luciliano is a Spanish variation of Lucas which means “man from Lucania”. 

Lucino

Lucino is a diminutive variation of Luciliano which means “man from Lucania”. 

Lucio

Lucio is a variation of Lucino which means “man from Lucania”. (Similar to Lucho.) Pronounced as LOO-cho or LOO-syo. 

Luiz

Luiz is a variation of Louis which means “famous; war; battle”. 

Lázaro

Lázaro is a Spanish variation of Lazarus which means “my God has helped”. Pronounced as LA-sa-ro (Latin American Spanish) or LA-tha-ro (European Spanish).

Macario

Macario means “blessed”. (Similar to Benicio.) 

Maceo

Maceo is a Spanish variation of Matthew which means “gift of God”. Pronounced as MAY-see-o. 

Macimilian

Macimilian is a Spanish variation of Maximilian which means “greatest”. (Similar to Chilano.)

Mancho

Mancho is a Spanish diminutive variation of Maximilian which means “greatest”. 

Mando

Mando is a diminutive variation of Armando which means “army man”.

Mano

Mano means “hand”.

Manolete

Manolete is a Spanish variation of Emmanuel which means “God is with us”.

Manolito

Manolito is a variation of Manolete which means “God is with us”.

Manolo

Manolo is a variation of Manuel which means “God is with us”.

Manuel

Manuel is a diminutive variation of Emmanuel which means “God is with us”. 

Manuelo

Manuelo is a variation of Manuel which means “God is with us”. (Similar to Manolo.)

Marcano

Marcano is a variation of Marcos which means “war-like”.

Marcellino

Marcellino is a Spanish variation of Mark which means “war-like”. 

Marcello

Marcello means “young warrior” and pronounced as mar-chell-o. 

Marcelo

Marcelo is a spelling variation of Marcello which means “young warrior”.

Marco

Marco is a diminutive variation of Marcano which means “war-like”. Marco, related to the Roman god Mars, has long been associated with Marco Polo, the thirteenth century Venetian merchant-traveler who was instrumental in introducing Europeans to Asian culture.

Marcolino

Marcolino is a variation of Marcos which means “war-like”. (Similar to Marcano.)

Marcos

Marcos is a Spanish variation of Mark which means “war-like”. (Similar to Marcellino.) Pronounced as MAR-kos (Spanish) or MAARKaaS (English). 

Mariano

Mariano means “dedicated to Mars”. 

Maricio

Maricio is a Spanish variation of Maurice which means “swarthy; dark skinned; moor”. 

Mario

Mario is a diminutive variation of Mariano which means “dedicated to Mars”. 

Marko

Marko is a spelling variation of Marco which means “war-like”. 

Marquez

Marquez means “nobleman”. (Similar to Hidalgo.)

Martez

Martez is a Spanish variation of Martin which means “war-like”. 

Mascimiliano

Mascimiliano is a variation of Macimilian which means “greatest”.

Masimiano

Masimiano is a Spanish variation of Maximus which means “greatest”.

Matejo

Matejo is a Spanish variation of Matthew which means “gift of God”. (Similar to Maceo.)

Mateo

Mateo is a variation of Matejo which means “gift of God”. 

Matheo

Matheo is a spelling variation of Mateo which means “gift of God”. 

Mathios

Mathios is a Spanish variation of Matthias which means “gift of God”. 

Mathías

Mathías is a variation of Matthias which means “gift of God”.

Matias

Matias is a spelling variation of Mathías which means “gift of God”. 

Mattheo

Mattheo is a spelling variation of Matheo which means “gift of God”. 

Mattáes

Mattáes is a variation of Mattías which means “gift of God”.

Mattías

Mattías is a spelling variation of Matias which means “gift of God”.

Matías

Matías is a spelling variation of Matias which means “gift of God”. (Similar to Mattías.)

Matíos

Matíos is a variation of Matías which means “gift of God”.

Maurecio

Maurecio is a variation of Maricio which means “swarthy; dark skinned; moor”.

Mauricio

Mauricio is a spelling variation of Maurecio which means “swarthy; dark skinned; moor”. 

Maurisio

Maurisio is a spelling variation of Mauricio which means “swarthy; dark skinned; moor”.

Mauritio

Mauritio is a variation of Mauricio which means “swarthy; dark skinned; moor”. 

Maurizio

Maurizio is a spelling variation of Maurisio which means “swarthy; dark skinned; moor”. 

Maximiano

Maximiano is a variation of Maximiliano which means “greatest”. 

Maximiliano

Maximiliano is a Spanish variation of Maximilian which means “greatest”. (Similar to Chilano and Macimilian.)

Maximillano

Maximillano is a spelling variation of Maximiliano which means “greatest”. 

Maximilliano

Maximilliano is a spelling variation of Maximiliano which means “greatest”. (Similar to Maximillano.)

Maximino

Maximino is a diminutive variation of Maximiliano which means “greatest”. 

Maximo

Maximo is a diminutive variation of Maxsimiano which means “greatest”. 

Maxsimiano

Maxsimiano is a variation of Maximiano which means “greatest”. 

Melito

Melito is a Spanish variation of Ishmael which means “God will hear”. (Similar to Esmael.)

Miguel

Miguel means “who is like God?”.

Min

Min is a diminutive variation of Beniamín which means “son of the right hand”.

Mincho

Mincho is a variation of Min which means “son of the right hand”. 

Mino

Mino is a variation of Min which means “son of the right hand”. (Similar to Mincho.)

Miximino

Miximino is a Spanish variation of Maximus which means “greatest”. (Similar to Masimiano.)

Moises

Moises is a Spanish variation of Moses which means “delivered from the water”. Pronounced as MowIY-Zeh-SH or M-OYSahZ. 

Moisés

Moisés is a spelling variation of Moises which means “delivered from the water”.

Montez

Montez means “dweller in the mountains”.

Másimio

Másimio is a variation of Maximo which means “greatest”.

Máxcimo

Máxcimo is a variation of Maximo which means “greatest”. (Similar to Másimio.)

Máximo

Máximo is a spelling variation of Maximo which means “greatest”.

Méssimo

Méssimo is a variation of Másimio which means “greatest”.

Nacho

Nacho is a word name and also a diminutive variation of Ignacio which means “fiery”.

Nacio

Nacio is a diminutive variation of Ignacio which means “fiery”. (Similar to Ignado.) Pronounced as NA-syo (Latin American Spanish) or NA-thyo (European Spanish)

Naldo

Naldo is a diminutive variation of Reinaldo which means “well-advised ruler”.

Nando

Nando is a diminutive variation of Fernando which means “bold voyager”.

Nardo

Nardo is either a diminutive variation of Bernardo or Leonardo. Bernardo means “strong, brave as a bear” while Leonardo means “brave lion”. 

Nas

Nas is a variation of Nacio which means “fiery”. 

Natal

Natal is a Spanish variation of Noel which means “Christmas”. 

Navarone

There is no specific meaning for Navarone.

Navarro

Navarro means “from Navarre”. Navarre is an ancient kingdom that means ‘the treeless country’ or ‘the country above the trees’.

Nelo

Nelo is a diminutive variation of Donelo which means “God is my judge”.

Nemesio

Nemesio means “justice”.

Nicandro

Nicandro means “man of victory”.

Nicasio

Nicasio means “victory”. 

Niguel

Niguel is a Spanish variation of Nigel which means “dark, black-haired”. 

Nilo

Nilo is a variation of Nelo which means “God is my judge”. 

Niño

Niño is a diminutive variation of Giovanni which means “Yahweh is gracious”.

Noé

Noé is a Spanish variation of Noah which means “rest; wandering”. Pronounced as no-EH. 

Octavio

Octavio means “eight”. 

Oliverio

Oliverio is a Spanish variation of Oliver which means “olive tree”. 

Omero

Omero is a diminutive variation of Homerico which means “security; pledge; hostage”.

Onofre

Onofre is a Spanish variation of Humphrey which means “peaceful warrior”.

Oro

Oro means “gold”.

Ortega

Ortega means “dweller at the sign of the grouse”. 

Osmundo

Osmundo means “divine protection”.

Osvaldo

Osvaldo is a Spanish variation of Oswald which means “divine power”.

Otilio

Otilio is a Spanish variation of Otto which means “wealthy”. 

Otman

Otman is a variation of Otilio which means “wealthy”. 

Oto

Oto is a spelling variation of Otto which means “wealthy”. 

Pablo

Pablo is a Spanish variation of Paul which means “small”. Pablo has the added bonus of some fantastic artistic bearers: painter Picasso, cellist Casals, and poet Neruda.

Paciano

Paciano means “peaceful” and pronounced as pah-SYAH-no (Latin American Spanish) or pah-THYAH-no (European Spanish). 

Pacifico

Pacifico is a Spanish variation of Pacific which means “tranquil”.

Paco

Paco means “bald eagle” and pronounced as PA-ko.

Pacorra

Pacorra is a variation of Francis which means “Frenchman; free man”. (Similar to Francisco and Frascuelo.)

Palacido

Palacido is a variation of Placido which means “serene”. 

Paladio

Paladio means “follower of Pallas”.

Palomo

Palomo is a masculine variation of Paloma which means “dove”.

Panchito

Panchito is a variation of Paco which means “bald eagle”. 

Pancho

Pancho is a variation of Pacorra which means “Frenchman; free man”.

Paquito

Paquito is a variation of Pacorra which means “Frenchman; free man”. (Similar to Pancho.)

Pascual

Pascual means “of the Passover; Easter”.

Pascul

Pascul is a variation of Pascual which means “of the Passover; Easter”. 

Pasqual

Pasqual means “Easter”. 

Patricio

Patricio means “noble, patrician” and pronounced as pah-TREE-see-o. 

Pazel

Pazel means “peace”. 

Pedro

Pedro is a Spanish variation of Peter which means “rock”. Pronounced as PAY-dro. Pedro was the name of the only two emperors of Brazil.

Pepe

Pepe is a variation of José which means “Jehovah increases”. Pronounced as PEH-peh.

Perdido

Perdido means “lost”. 

Perez

Perez means “to blossom”.

Perfecto

Perfecto means “perfect”. Spanish speakers use this name for Jesus Christ only. 

Perico

Perico is a variation of Pedro which means “rock”. 

Picasso

Picasso is a Spanish artist name. 

Placido

Placido means “serene”.

Ponce

Ponce means “fifth” and pronounced as  p-OH-n-s-eh. 

Prospero

Prospero means “favorable, prosperous”.

Quico

Quico is a diminutive variation of Enrique which means “lord of the manor”. Pronounced as KEE-ko.

Quiel

Quiel is a diminutive variation of Esequiel which means “God strengthens”.

Quintas

Quintas means “small estate”. 

Quintero

Quintero means “five”.

Quinto

Quinto is a diminutive variation of Quintero which means “five”. Pronounced as KEEN-toh.

Quique

Quique is a variation Quico which means “lord of the manor”. Pronounced as KEE-keh.

Quirt

Quirt means “cuarta”. 

Quito

Quito is a place-name and pronounced as KEE-toe. 

Quixote

Quixote is a Spanish literary name and pronounced as kee-HOE-tay.

Rafael

Rafael means “God has healed”. 

Rainald

Rainald is a Spanish variation of Ronald which means “ruler’s counselor”. 

Ramón

Ramón means “well-advised protector”.

Ranaldo

Ranaldo is a variation of Rainald which means “ruler’s counselor”. 

Ras

Ras is a Spanish diminutive variation of Erasmus which means “beloved, desired”.

Raul

Raul means “wolf counsel” and pronounced as ra-OOL. 

Raúl

Raúl is a spelling variation of Raul which means “wolf counsel”.

Raynaldo

Raynaldo is a spelling variation of Ranaldo which means “ruler’s counselor”. 

Reinaldo

Reinaldo is a Spanish variation of Reginald which means “well-advised ruler”.

Reinaldos

Reinaldos is a variation of Reinaldo which means “well-advised ruler”. 

Renaldo

Renaldo is a variation of Reinaldo which means “well-advised ruler”. (Similar to Reinaldos.) 

Renato

Renato means “reborn”. 

Reubén

Reubén means “behold, a son”.

Reynaldo

Reynaldo is a spelling variation of Reinaldo which means “well-advised ruler”. 

Ricardo

Ricardo is a Spanish variation of Richard which means “dominant ruler”.

Richi

Richi is a Spanish diminutive variation of Richard which means “dominant ruler”. 

Richo

Richo is a diminutive variation of Maricio which means “swarthy; dark skinned; moor”.

Rico

Rico is a diminutive variation of Ricardo which means “dominant ruler”. 

Riqui

Riqui is a Spanish variation of Richard which means “dominant ruler”. (Similar to Ricardo.)

Roberto

Roberto is a Spanish variation of Robert which means “bright fame”.

Rodas

Rodas is a Spanish variation of Rhodes which means “where roses grow”. 

Roderigo

Roderigo is a Spanish variation of Roderick which means “famous ruler”.

Rodolfo

Rodolfo means “famous wolf”. 

Rodrigo

Rodrigo is a variation of Roderigo which means “famous ruler”.

Rodriguez

Rodriguez means “son of Rodrigo”. 

Rogelio

Rogelio means “famous spearman” and pronounced as ro-HHEH-lyo.

Rogerio

Rogerio is a variation of Rogelio which means “famous spearman”. Pronounced as r-oh-h-EH-r-ih-oh.

Rojo

Rojo means “red” and pronounced as ROE-hoe.

Rolando

Rolando is a Spanish variation of Roland which means “famous throughout the land”.

Rubén

Rubén is a variation of Reubén which means “behold, a son”.

Ruy

Ruy is a diminutive variation of Rodrigo which means “famous ruler”.

Sabino

Sabino means “wise”. 

Salbatore

Salbatore is a Spanish variation of Salvador which means “savior”. Pronounced as sal-ba-DHO-re.

Salvador

Salvador means “savior” and pronounced as sal-ba-DHOR. Salvador is a common epithet of Christ, frequently heard in the Hispanic community.

Salvadore

Salvadore is a spelling variation of Salvador which means “savior”. Pronounced as Sahl-vah-DO-re. 

Salvino

Salvino is a Spanish variation of Salvador which means “savior”. (Similar to Salbatore.)

Samuelito

Samuelito is a Spanish variation of Samuel which means “God has heard”. 

Sancho

Sancho is a variation of Santos which means “saint, holy”. Sancho was the name of nine provincial Spanish kings. 

Sandiago

Sandiago is a variation of Santiago which means “Saint James” and is also a place-name.

Sandiego

Sandiego is a variation of Sandiago which means “Saint James” and is also a place-name. 

Saniago

Saniago is a variation of Santiago which means “Saint James” and is also a place-name. (Similar to Sandiago.) 

Sansón

Sansón is a Spanish variation of Samson which means “sun”.

Santi

Santi is a diminutive variation of Santiago which means “Saint James” and is also a place-name.

Santiago

Santiago means “Saint James” and is also a place-name.

Santos

Santos means “saint, holy”.

Saturni

Saturni is a diminutive variation of Saturnino which is a Spanish variation of a Roman mythology name. 

Saturnino

Saturnino is a Spanish variation of Saturn which is a Roman mythology name. Saturn is the name of the Roman god of agriculture.

Saula

Saula is a Spanish variation of Saul which means “prayed for”. 

Saúl

Saúl is spelling variation of Saul which means “prayed for”.

Segundo

Segundo means “second born”.

Sencio

Sencio is a diminutive variation of Enesenico which means “harmless, innocent”.

Serafin

Serafin is a Spanish variation of Seraphim which means “burning ones; fiery”. 

Serafito

Serafito is a variation of Serafin which means “burning ones; fiery”. 

Sergeo

Sergeo is a spelling variation of Cergio which is a Spanish variation of a Roman clan name. Pronounced as S-ERJHIYow. 

Sergio

Sergio is a spelling variation of Cergio which is a Spanish variation of a Roman clan name. (Similar to Segeo.)

Serjio

Serjio is a spelling variation of Sergio which is a Spanish variation of a Roman clan name. 

Sidonio

Sidonio is a Spanish variation of Sidney which means “Saint Denis” or “wide island”.

Sidro

Sidro is a diminutive variation of Isidore which means “gift of Isis”. 

Sigfrido

Sigfrido is a Spanish variation of Siegfried which means “victorious peace”.

Sigifredo

Sigifredo is a variation of Sigfrido which means “victorious peace”. 

Silbanio

Silbanio is a Spanish variation of Silvain which means “wood, forest”. 

Silvanio

Silvanio is a variation of Silbanio which means “wood, forest”. 

Silvano

Silvano is a spelling variation of Silvanio which means “wood, forest”. 

Silvestio

Silvestio is a Spanish variation of Sylvester which means “man of the woods”. 

Silvestre

Silvestre is a variation of Silvestio which means “man of the woods”. Pronounced as seel-BEHS-treh.

Silviano

Silviano is a variation of Silvano which means “wood, forest”. 

Silvio

Silvio is a diminutive variation of Silviano which means “wood, forest”. Pronounced as SEEL-byo.

Sisqó

There is no specific meaning for Sisqó.

Sivestro

Sivestro is a variation of Silvestre which means “man of the woods”. 

Stancio

Stancio is a Spanish diminutive variation of Constantine which means “steadfast”. Pronounced as STAHN-see-o. 

Tabo

Tabo is a Spanish variation of Gustav which means “staff of the Goths”. 

Taddeo

Taddeo is a variation of Thaddeus which means “gift of God”.

Tadeo

Tadeo is a spelling variation of Taddeo which means “gift of God”. 

Tago

Tago is a diminutive variation of Antiago which means “Saint James” and is also a place-name.

Tamascio

Tamascio is a Spanish variation of Thomas which means “twin”.

Tamás

Tamás is a diminutive variation of Tamascio which means “twin”.

Taurino

Taurino is a Spanish variation of Taurus which means “bull”.

Tauro

Tauro is a diminutive variation of Taurino which means “bull”. 

Tavio

Tavio is a diminutive variation of Octavio which means “eight”. 

Tavo

Tavo is a variation of Tabo which means “staff of the Goths”. 

Teb

Teb is a diminutive variation of Esteban which means “crown”. 

Teo

Teo is a diminutive variation of Mateo which means “gift of God”. 

Teobaldo

Teobaldo is a Spanish variation of Theobald which means “courageous people”.

Teodomiro

Teodomiro is a Spanish variation of Theodore which means “gift of God”.

Teodoro

Teodoro is a variation of Teodomiro which means “gift of God”. 

Terencio

Terencio is a Spanish variation of Terence which is a name with no specific meaning. 

Tigre

Tigre means “tiger”. 

Tilo

Tilo is a diminutive variation of Otilio which means “wealthy”. 

Timito

Timito is a Spanish variation of Timothy which means “honoring God”. 

Timoteo

Timoteo is a variation of Timito which means “honoring God”. 

Tino

Tino is a diminutive variation of names ending in -tino, such as Valentino or Martino. 

Tito

Tito is a Spanish variation of Titus which means “title of honor”.

Toli

Toli is a diminutive variation of Bartoli which means “son of the furrow”.

Tomaso

Tomaso is a Spanish variation of Thomas which means “twin”. (Similar to Tamascio.)

Tomaz

Tomaz is a diminutive variation of Tomazcio which means “twin”. 

Tomazcio

Tomazcio is a variation of Tomaso which means “twin”.

Tomi

Tomi is a diminutive variation of Tomito which means “twin”. 

Tomito

Tomito is a variation of Tomaz which means “twin”. 

Toro

Toro is a variation of Tauro which means “bull”. 

Tuno

Tuno is a diminutive variation of Fortuno which means “luck, fate, wealth”.

Tuto

Tuto is a Spanish variation of Justin which means “fair, righteous”. (Similar to Justino.)

Uber

Uber is a Spanish diminutive variation of Hubert which means “bright heart”.

Ugo

Ugo is a diminutive variation of Ugolino which means “mind, intellect”. Pronounced as OO-go. 

Ugolino

Ugolino is a variation of Hugolino which means “mind, intellect”. (Similar to Hugues and Huguito.)

Ugone

Ugone is a diminutive variation of Ugolino which means “mind, intellect”. (Similar to Ugo.) Pronounced as uwGAON-. 

Uguecria

Uguecria is a variation of Ugolino which means “mind, intellect”. 

Ulises

Ulises is a Spanish variation of Ulysses which means “wrathful”. 

Valencio

Valencio is a Spanish variation of Valentine which means “strength, health”.

Valeno

Valeno is a diminutive variation of Valencio which means “strength, health”. 

Valentiniano

Valentiniano is a Spanish variation of Valentine which means “strength, health”. (Similar to Valencio.)

Valentino

Valentino is a diminutive variation of Valentiniano which means “strength, health”.

Valentín

Valentín is a variation of Valentino which means “strength, health”.

Valerio

Valerio is a variation of Valentino which means “strength, health”. (Similar to Valentín.) Pronounced as ba-LEH-ryo. 

Vasco

Vasco means “someone from the Basque region” and pronounced as BAS-ko. 

Vego

Vego is a Spanish diminutive variation of Santiago which means “Saint James” and is also a place-name. (Similar to Diago.)

Venceslao

Venceslao means “glory of the Wends” or “greater glory” and pronounced as BeyN-SaeZ-LAA-ow. 

Venceslás

Venceslás is a variation of Venceslao which means “glory of the Wends” or “greater glory”. 

Venjamín

Venjamín is a variation of Benjamin which means “son of the right hand”. (Similar to Benja.) Pronounced as VehNJHAHMAHN. 

Venturo

Venturo means “good fortune, good luck”. 

Vicente

Vicente is a Spanish variation of Vincent which means “conquering”. Pronounced as vee-CHEN-tay. 

Victoriano

Victoriano is a Spanish variation of Victor which means “conqueror”. 

Victorino

Victorino is a variation of Victoriano which means “conqueror”. 

Victorio

Victorio is a variation of Victoriano which means “conqueror”. (Similar to Victorino.)

Victoro

Victoro  is a variation of Victoriano which means “conqueror”. (Similar to Victorino and Victorio.)

Vidal

Vidal means “life, vital” and pronounced as bee-DHAL. 

Videl

Videl is a variation of Vidal which means “life, vital”. 

Vilfredo

Vilfredo is a Spanish variation of Wilfred which means “desires peace”.

Vilfrido

Vilfrido is a spelling variation of Vilfredo which means “desires peace”. 

Virgilio

Virgilio is a Spanish variation of Virgil which means “staff bearer”. Pronounced as beer-HHEE-lyo. 

Viviano

Viviano is a Spanish variation of Vivian which means “life”. 

Walfrido

Walfrido is a Spanish variation of Wilfred which means “desires peace”. (Similar to Vilfredo.)

Wenceslao

Wenceslao is a variation of Venceslao which means “glory of the Wends” or “greater glory”. (Similar to Venceslás.)

Wilferdo

Wilferdo is a variation of Vilfredo which means “desires peace”. 

Wilfredo

Wilfredo is a spelling variation of Wilferdo which means “desires peace”. 

Wilfrido

Wilfrido is a spelling variation of Wilferdo which means “desires peace”. (Similar to Wilfredo.) 

Wolfgango

Wolfgango is a Spanish variation of Wolfgang which means “traveling wolf”.

Xabat

Xabat is a diminutive variation of Salvador which means “savior”. Pronounced approximately as sa-bat. 

Xalvador

Xalvador is a spelling variation of Salvador which means “savior”. (Similar to Salvadore.) Pronounced as SAELVAHDAOR.

Ximen

Ximen is a Spanish variation of Simon which means “the listener”. 

Ximenes

Ximenes is a variation of Ximen which means “the listener”. 

Ximens

Ximens is a variation of Ximen which means “the listener”. (Similar to Ximenes.)

Yago

Yago is a spelling variation of Iago which means “supplanter”. 

Yague

Yague is a diminutive variation of Saniago which means “Saint James” and is also a place-name.

Ygnasio

Ygnasio is a spelling variation of Ignasio which means “fiery”. Pronounced as iy-GNAA-Sihow. 

Ygnocio

Ygnocio is a variation of Ygnasio which means “fiery”. Pronounced as iy-GNOWSihow. 

Ynocencio

Ynocencio is a variation of Enocencio which means “harmless, innocent”.  

Ynocente

Ynocente is a variation of Ynocencio which means “harmless, innocent”. 

Ysai

Ysai is a Spanish variation of Isaiah which means “Salvation of the Lord”. 

Ysais

Ysais is a variation of Ysai which means “Salvation of the Lord”. 

Ysidor

Ysidor is a Spanish variation of Isidore which means “gift of Isis”. (Similar to Icidro and Ishico.)

Ysidoro

Ysidoro is a variation of Ysidor which means “gift of Isis”. 

Ysidro

Ysidro is a variation of Ysidor which means “gift of Isis”. (Similar to Ysidoro.)

Ysmael

Ysmael is a Spanish variation of Ishmael which means “God will hear”. (Similar to Esmael and Melito.)

Ysrael

Ysrael is a spelling variation of Israel which means “he who struggles with God”.

Zenobio

Zenobio is a Spanish variation of Zenobios which means “life of Zeus”.

Zenobius

Zenobius is a variation of Zenobio which means “life of Zeus”. 

Zergio

Zergio is a Spanish variation of Sergei which is a Roman clan name. (Similar to Cergio.)

Zoilo

Zoilo means “life”.

Spanish Girl Names

Adelina

Adelina means “noble, nobility”.

Agata

Agata means “good woman”.

Agnese

Agnese means “pure, virginal”.

Ainhoa

Ainhoa is a Basque place-name and pronounced as ah-EEN-oh-ah. 

Aitana

Aitana means “glory” and is also a Spanish place-name. Aitana is the name of a Spanish mountain used by the poet Rafael Alberti for his daughter.

Alameda

Alameda means “cottonwood grove” and is also a California place-name. Pronounced as aa-LaaMEY-D-ah or aeL-aa-MIY-D-ah.

Alaricia

Alaricia means “joy; gladness” or “noble ruler”.

Albira

Albira is a variation of Elvira which means “white, fair”. Pronounced as ahl-BEE-rah.

Alejandra

Alejandra is a feminine variation of Alejandro which means “defending men”. Pronounced as al-eh-HAHN-dra.

Alhambra

Alhambra is a place-name. The Alhambra, which means “red city,” is in Granada, Spain.

Alicia

Alicia means “noble” and pronounced as a-LEE-sya (Latin American Spanish) or a-LEE-thya (European Spanish).

Alisha

Alisha means “noble” or “protected by God”.

Almeria

Almeria is a Spanish variation of Elmira which means “noblewoman”.

Almira

Almira is a variation of Almeria which means “noblewoman”.

Alondra

Alondra means “lark”.

Aluisa

Aluisa is a Spanish variation of Louisa which means “renowned warrior”.

Alvira

Alvira is a spelling variation of Albira which means “white, fair”. Pronounced as aeLVIH-R-aa-. 

Amada

Amada is a feminine variation of Amado which means “loved”.

Amalita

Amalita is a Spanish variation of Amalia which means “work”.

Amaranta

Amaranta means “unfading”. Amaranta is the unusual and intriguing Latinate form of the Greek botanical name Amarantha, which connects to an eternal mythical figure.

Amelida

Amelida is a variation of Amalita which means “work”.

Amelina

Amelina is a variation of Amalita which means “work”. (Similar to Amelida.)

Amila

Amila is a diminutive variation of Amelina which means “work”.

Ana

Ana means “grace”.

Anabella

Anabella means “loving”.

Anacita

Anacita is a variation of Aniceta which means “unconquerable”.

Anahí

Anahí means “immaculate; chaste” and pronounced as ah-nah-EE.

Analia

Analia is a combination of Ana and Lia. Ana means “grace” while Lia means “weary”.

Angeles

Angeles is a feminine variation of Ángel which means “angel”. Pronounced as AA-n-h-eh-l-eh-s.

Angelia

Angelia is a variation of Angeles which means “angel”. Pronounced as an-JEHL-ee-ah. 

Angelina

Angelina is a variation of Angeles which means “angel”. (Similar to Angelia.)

Angelita

Angelita is a variation of Angeles which means “angel”. (Similar to Angelia and Angelita.)

Aniceta

Aniceta means “unconquerable”.

Anita

Anita means “grace; unguided” and pronounced as a-NEE-ta.

Antonieta

Antonieta is a feminine variation of Antonio which means “priceless one”.

Antonina

Antonina is a variation of Antonieta which means “priceless one”.

Antuca

Antuca is a diminutive variation of Antonieta which means “priceless one”.

Apolonia

Apolonia is a feminine variation of Apollo, the Greek god of the sun.

Araceli

Araceli means “altar of the sky” and pronounced as a-ra-SEH-lee (Latin American Spanish) or a-ra-THEH-lee (European Spanish).

Aranza

Aranza means “among the thorns” and pronounced as a-RAN-tza or a-RAN-za. 

Arcelia

Arcelia means “treasure chest”.

Arely

Arely means “the voice of God” or “messenger” and pronounced as ah-re-LEE.

Asencion

Asencion means “ascension”.

Bahia

Bahia means “bay”.

Baila

Baila means “dance”.

Baja

Baja means “lower” and is also a Spanish place-name. Pronounced as BAAHHAA.

Ballencia

Ballencia means “brave; strong”.

Baya

Baya means “berry” and pronounced as BAA-Yaa-. 

Beatriz

Beatriz means “she who brings happiness; blessed” and pronounced as Beh-ah-treez.

Belen

Belen is a Spanish variaiton of Bethlehem which means “house of bread” and is also a place-name.

Belén

Belén is a spelling variation of Belen which means “house of bread” and is also a place-name.

Belia

Belia is a Spanish variation of Bella which means “beautiful”.

Belinda

Belinda means “pretty one” or “serpent”. Belinda, in Babylonian myth, is the goddess of heaven and earth, and the name later was used for the heroine of Alexander Pope’s satirical poem The Rape of the Lock.

Benicia

Benicia means “blessed one”.

Bernadina

Bernadina means “brave as a bear”.

Bernardita

Bernardita is a variation of Bernadina which means “brave as a bear”.

Bertunga

Bertunga is a Spanish variation of Roberta which means “bright fame”.

Bienvenida

Bienvenida means “welcome” and pronounced as byehm-beh-NEE-dha.

Blanca

Blanca means “white”.

Bonita

Bonita means “pretty”.

Brisa

Brisa means “breeze” and pronounced as BREE-sah. 

Buena

Buena is a common Spanish affirmative adjective that some may use as a name. Pronounced as BweH-naH or BUWNAH. 

Calida

Calida means “heated”.

Cama

Cama is a diminutive variation of Camala which means “young ceremonial attendant”.

Camala

Camala means “young ceremonial attendant”.

Camile

Camile is a variation of Camala which means “young ceremonial attendant”.

Candela

Candela means “Candlemas”.

Carlota

Carlota is a Spanish variation of Charlotte which means “free man”.

Catalina

Catalina is a Spanish variation of Catherine which means “pure”. Catalina was the name of one of the two patron saints of Italy and was a respected spiritual writer of the Church.

Cefariana

Cefariana means “west wind”.

Cefernia

Cefernia is a variation of Cefariana which means “west wind”.

Celestina

Celestina means “heavenly” and pronounced as seh-lehs-TEE-na (Latin American Spanish) or theh-lehs-TEE-na (European Spanish).

Cenobia

Cenobia is a Spanish variation of Zenobia which means “force of Zeus”. Pronounced as the-NO-byah or s-eh-n-OH-b-ih-aa. 

Cesaria

Cesaria is a feminine variation of Cesar which means “head of hair”.

Chara

Chara means “joy”. Chara is a star in a constellation that represents hunting dogs, recently named as one of the most likely to host extraterrestrial life.

Charita

Charita is a Spanish variation of Sarah which means “princess”.

Charo

Charo is a Spanish nickname for Rosa which means “rose, a flower”.

Chefa

Chefa is a Spanish variation of Josepha which means “Yahweh will add (another son)”.

Chepita

Chepita is a variation of Chefa which means “Yahweh will add (another son)”.

Chia

Chia is a Spanish variation of Lucia which means “light”.

Chila

Chila is a variation of Chia which means “light”.

Chiquita

Chiquita means “little one” and pronounced as CH-ah-KIY-Taa-. 

Chofa

Chofa is a Spanish variation of Sophia which means “wisdom”. Pronounced as CH-AAFAH. 

Chofi

Chofi is a variation of Chofa which means “wisdom”.

Cimona

Cimona is a Spanish variation of Simone which means “the listener”.

Cinta

Cinta is a Spanish variation of Cynthia which means “woman from Kynthos”.

Cira

Cira is a Spanish variation of Cyrilla which means “lordly”. Pronounced as SERAH. 

Clareta

Clareta is a Spanish variation of Claire which means “bright, clear”.

Clarisa

Clarisa means “bright, clear”.

Clarita

Clarita is a variation of Clareta which means “bright, clear”.

Claudeta

Claudeta is a Spanish variation of Claudia which means “lame; enclosure”.

Claudina

Claudina is a variation of Claudeta which means “lame; enclosure”.

Claudita

Claudita is a spelling variation of Claudeta which means “lame; enclosure”.

Clementia

Clementia means “showing clemency” and pronounced as cleh-MEN-tzee-ah.

Clementina

Clementina is a feminine variation of Clemente which means “merciful; gentle”.

Coleta

Coleta is a Spanish variation of Nicole which means “people of victory”.

Coletta

Coletta is a spelling variation of Coleta which means “people of victory”.

Colina

Colina means “girl” or “pup”.

Colomba

Colomba is a feminine variation of Colombo which means “dove”.

Colombina

Colombina is a variation of Colomba which means “dove”.

Colombita

Colombita is a variation of Colomba which means “dove”. (Similar to Colombina.)

Columbias

Columbias is a variation of Colomba which means “dove”. (Similar to Colombina and Colombita.)

Columbita

Columbita is a spelling variation of Colombita which means “dove”.

Concepcion

Concepcion means “conception”. Concepcion is a name given in honor of the Virgin Mary.

Conchita

Conchita is a diminutive variation of Concepcion which means “conception”.

Constancia

Constancia is a Spanish variation of Constance which means “steadfastness”.

Constanza

Constanza is a feminine variation of Constantino which means “steadfast”.

Consuelo

Consuelo means “she who brings consolation” and pronounced as con-SWAY-lo. 

Corazòn

Corazòn means “heart; courage”.

Corona

Corona means “crown”.

Crisanta

Crisanta means “golden flower, chrysanthemum”.

Cristina

Cristina is a feminine variation of Cristian which means “follower of Christ”.

Damita

Damita means “little noblewoman”.

Dia

Dia means “day”.

Diablo

Diablo means “devil”.

Diega

Diega is a feminine variation of Diego which means “supplanter”.

Dolores

Dolores means “lady of sorrows”. Dolores is one of the many titles given to the Virgin Mary–Nuestra Señora de los Dolores, or Our Lady of the Sorrows.

Dominga

Dominga is a feminine variation of Domingo which means “born on a Sunday” or “of the Lord”.

Dominica

Dominica means “belonging to the Lord”.

Eduina

Eduina is a feminine variation of Eduin which means “wealthy friend”.

Eldora

Eldora means “covered with gold”.

Eleanora

Eleanora means “bright one; shining one”.

Elena

Elena means “bright, shining light” and pronounced as ee-LAY-na. 

Eleocaisa

Eleocaisa means “splendid brightness”.

Eleticia

Eleticia means “joy; gladness”.

Elisa

Elisa is a Spanish diminutive variation of Elizabeth which means “pledged to God”.

Elocadia

Elocadia is a variation of Eleocaisa which means “splendid brightness”.

Elodia

Elodia means “foreign riches”.

Eloisa

Eloisa means “healthy; wide”.

Elsita

Elsita is a variation of Eloisa which means “healthy; wide”.

Elvira

Elvira means “white, fair”.

Ema

Ema is a diminutive variation of Emilia which means “rival”.

Emala

Emala is a diminutive variation of Amalita which means “work”.

Emelda

Emelda is a diminutive variation of Emeralda which is a jewel name.

Emeralda

Emeralda is a Spanish variation of Emerald which is a jewel name.

Emeraldina

Emeraldina is a variation of Emeralda which is a jewel name.

Emilia

Emilia is a feminine variation of Emiliano which means “rival” or “work”.

Emilita

Emilita is a variation of Emilia which means “rival” or “work”.

Emmanuela

Emmanuela means “God is with us”.

Engracia

Engracia means “endowed with God’s grace”.

Enriqua

Enriqua is a feminine variation of Enrique which means “lord of the manor”.

Erendira

Erendira means “she who smiles” and pronounced as eh-REHN-deer-a. Erendira was the name of a Gabriel Garcia Marquez heroine and also a mythological princess. The name is best known in Mexico.

Esmeralda

Esmeralda is a variation of Emeralda which is a jewel name. (Similar to Emeraldina.) Pronounced as ehs-meh-RAL-da. 

Esperanza

Esperanza means “hope; expectation”. Pronounced as ehs-peh-RAN-sa (Latin American Spanish) or ehs-peh-RAN-tha (European Spanish).

Estafania

Estafania is a variation of Estefania which means “crown”.

Estefania

Estefania is a feminine variation of Estefan which means “crown”.

Estela

Estela means “star”.

Estera

Estera means “star” or “berry”.

Estrella

Estrella is a variation of Estela which means “star”.

Eulaylia

Eulaylia means “sweetly speaking”.

Evangelina

Evangelina means “bringer of good news” and pronounced as eh-ban-kheh-LEE-na (Spanish) or i-VAN-jah-lee-nah (English).

Evelia

Evelia is a Spanish variation of Eve which means “life”.

Evetta

Evetta is a variation of Evelia which means “life”.

Evia

Evia is a diminutive variation of Eviana which means “life”.

Eviana

Eviana is a variation of Evelia which means “life”. (Similar to Evetta.)

Evita

Evita is a variation of Evetta which means “life”.

Fabiana

Fabiana means “bean grower”.

Faustina

Faustina is a feminine variation of Faustino which means “fortunate one”. Faustina is a name with several distinguished namesakes: the wife of ancient Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius, a famous Italian opera singer, and two Catholic saints.

Fe

Fe means “faith” or “iron”.

Felepita

Felepita is a feminine variation of Felipe which means “lover of horses”.

Felicia

Felicia means “lucky” and pronounced as feh-LEE-sya (Latin American Spanish) or feh-LEE-thya (European Spanish).

Felicidad

Felicidad means “happiness” and pronounced as feh-lee-see-DHADH (Latin American Spanish) or feh-lee-thee-DHADH (European Spanish).

Felicita

Felicita is a variation of Felicia which means “lucky”.

Felicitas

Felicitas is a variation of Felicita which means “lucky”.

Felipa

Felipa is a feminine variation of Felipe which means “lover of horses”. (Similar to Felepita.)

Felisa

Felisa is a variation of Felicia which menas “lucky”. (Similar to Felicita.)

Felixa

Felixa means “happy; lucky” and pronounced as fay-LEEK-sah. 

Fernanda

Fernanda is a feminine variation of Fernando which means “bold voyager”.

Fifi

Fifi is a diminutive variation of Josephine which means “Yahweh will add (another son)”.

Filia

Filia is a Spanish diminutive variation of Ophelia which means “help”.

Filis

Filis means “green bough”.

Filomela

Filomela is a Spanish variation of Philomela which means “lover of songs”.

Flor

Flor is a diminutive variation of Floridita which means “flower”.

Florencia

Florencia means “flourishing, prosperous” and pronounced as flo-REHN-sya (Latin American Spanish) or flo-REHN-thya (European Spanish).

Florencita

Florencita is a variation of Florencia which means “flourishing, prosperous”.

Floriana

Floriana is a diminutive variation of Florencita which means “flourishing, prosperous”.

Florida

Florida means “flowery”.

Floridita

Floridita means “flower”.

Florinda

Florinda is a variation of Floridita which means “flower”.

Florinia

Florinia is a variation of Floridita which means “flower”. (Similar to Florinda.)

Florita

Florita is a variation of Flor which means “flower”.

Fortuna

Fortuna is a feminine variation of Fortunado which means “luck, fate, wealth”.

Fortunata

Fortunata is a variation of Fortuna which means “luck, fate, wealth”.

Francisca

Francisca is a feminine variation of Francisco which means “Frenchman; free man”.

Gabella

Gabella is a Spanish variation of Gabriela which means “God is my strength”.

Gabrela

Gabrela is a variation of Gabriela which means “God is my strength”.

Gabriela

Gabriela means “God is my strength”.

Gabriella

Gabriella is a spelling variation of Gabriela which means “God is my strength”.

Gebriela

Gebriela is a Spanish variation of Gabriela which means “God is my strength”. (Similar to Gabella.)

Genobeba

Genobeba is a Spanish variation of Genevieve which means “tribe woman”.

Genoveva

Genoveva is a Spanish variation of Jennifer which means “white shadow; white wave”. Pronounced as hheh-no-BEH-ba. 

Georgina

Georgina is a feminine variation of George which means “farmer; earthworker”.

Georginita

Georginita is a variation of Georgina which means “farmer, earthworker”.

Geralda

Geralda is a feminine variation of Geraldo which means “ruler with the spear”.

Geraldina

Geraldina is a variation of Geralda which means “ruler with the spear”.

Gervasia

Gervasia means “skilled with a spear”.

Gina

Gina is a diminutive variation of Angelia which means “angel”.

Ginata

Ginata is a Spanish variation of Virginia which means “virginal, pure”.

Ginia

Ginia is a variation of Ginata which means “virginal, pure”.

Gitana

Gitana means “gypsy”.

Gracia

Gracia is a Spanish variation of Grace which is a virtue name. Pronounced as grah-see-a or gray-sha.

Graciana

Graciana is a variation of Gracia which is a virtue name. Pronounced as gra-SYA-na (Latin American Spanish) or gra-THYA-na (European Spanish).

Graciela

Graciela is a variation of Gracia which is a virtue name. (Similar to Gracia.) Pronounced as gra-SYEH-la (Latin American Spanish) or gra-THYEH-la (European Spanish).

Granada

Granada is a Spanish place-name.

Graviella

Graviella is a variation of Gabriella which means “God is my strength”.

Graziela

Graziela is a spelling variation of Graziella which means “grace”.

Graziella

Graziella means “grace” and pronounced as grahtz-ee-EL-a. 

Guadalupe

Guadalupe means “river of black stones” and is also a Spanish place-name. Pronounced as ghwa-dha-LOO-peh. Guadalupe is a name that relates to the patron saint of Mexico.

Guilla

Guilla is a diminutive variation of Guillerma which means “protection”.

Guillerma

Guillerma means “protection”.

Guillermina

Guillermina is a variation of Guillerma which means “protection”.

Hermosa

Hermosa means “beautiful” and pronounced as eh-RMOWSaa-. 

Hosefina

Hosefina is a Spanish variation of Josephine which means “Yahweh will add (another son)”.

Hurricane

Hurricane is a Spanish name from a Native American word.

Idonia

Idonia means “renewal” or “of good disposition”.

Ilma

Ilma means “air”.

Ilsa

Ilsa is a variation of Elisa which means “pledged to God”.

Iluminada

Iluminada means “enlightened”.

Immaculada

Immaculada means “immaculate” and pronounced as eem-ma-koo-LA-dhah. 

Inesa

Inesa is a variation of Agnese which means “pure, virginal”.

Inesita

Inesita is a variation of Inesa which means “pure, virginal”.

Inocencia

Inocencia means “innocence”.

Iola

Iola means “violet” and pronounced as i-oh-lah. 

Irati

Irati means “fern field”.

Irenea

Irenea is a Spanish variation of Irene which means “peace”.

Isabel

Isabel is a diminutive variation of Isabella which means “pledged to God”.

Isabelita

Isabelita is a variation of Isabella which means “pledged to God”.

Isabella

Isabella is a Spanish variation of Elizabeth which means “pledged to God”. Isabella is a royal name in Europe.

Isla

Isla means “island” and pronounced as eye-la. 

Ismeralda

Ismeralda is a spelling variation of Esmeralda which is a jewel name.

Isolda

Isolda is a Spanish variation of Isolde which means “ice ruler”.

Itzel

Itzel means “rainbow lady” and pronounced as ITZ-ell. 

Izabella

Izabella is a spelling variation of Isabella which means “pledged to God”.

Jacaranda

Jacaranda is a Spanish flower name and pronounced as HHaa-Kaa-RAE-ND-ah. 

Jacinda

Jacinda is a variation of Jacinta which means “hyacinth”. Pronounced as YaaSIHND-ah.

Jacinta

Jacinta means “hyacinth” and pronounced as ha-SEEN-ta.

Jada

Jada is a variation of Jade which is a jewel name. Pronounced as JAY-dah. 

Jade

Jade is a jewel name. Jade was derived from Spanish (piedra de la) ijada meaning “(stone of the) flank”, relating to the belief that jade could cure renal colic.

Javiera

Javiera means “new house; bright” and pronounced as ha-vee-AIR-a. 

Jayda

Jayda is a spelling variation of Jada which is a jewel name.

Jemsa

Jemsa means “gem, precious stone” and pronounced as HEM-sah. 

Jimena

Jimena means “listener” and pronounced as hee-MAY-nah. 

Joaquina

Joaquina is a feminine variation of Joaquin which means “God will judge”. Pronounced as wah-KEE-nah. 

Jolan

Jolan is a diminutive variation of Yolanda which means “violet flower”. Pronounced as YOWLao-N. 

Jordana

Jordana means “flowing down” and pronounced as Hhor-DHA-na (Spanish) or jawr-DAN-ah (English).

Jorgina

Jorgina is a variation of Georgina which means “farmer; earthworker”. (Similar to Georginita.) Pronounced as HHao-RHHIY-N-aa-. 

Josefa

Josefa is a diminutive variation of Josefana which means “Yahweh will add (another son)”. Pronounced as ho-SEH-fa. 

Josefana

Josefana is a variation of Josefina which means “Yahweh will add (another son)”. Pronounced as Hhow-Seh- Fah-Naa. 

Josefina

Josefina is a spelling variation of Hosefina which means “Yahweh will add (another son)”. Pronounced as HHow-Seh-FIY-Naa. 

Joseva

Joseva is a Spanish variation of Josepha which means “Yahweh will add (another son)”. (Similar to Chefa.)

Jovita

Jovita means “dedicated to love” and pronounced as HHow-VIY-Taa.

Juana

Juana is a feminine variation of Juan which means “Yahweh is gracious”. Pronounced as HWAHN-ah.

Juanita

Juanita is a variation of Juana which means “Yahweh is gracious”. Pronounced as hhwa-NEE-ta. 

Judeen

Judeen is a Spanish variation of Judith which means “woman from Judea”.

Judetta

Judetta is a variation of Judeen which means “woman from Judea”.

Judina

Judina is a variation of Judeen which means “woman from Judea”. (Similar to Judetta.)

Julieta

Julieta is a Spanish variation of Juliet which means “youthful”. Pronounced as hhoo-LYEH-ta. 

Julietta

Julietta is a spelling variation of Julieta which means “youthful”.

Kahlo

Kahlo is a Spanish artist name.

Lacadia

Lacadia is a variation of Leocadia which means “splendid brightness”.

Laia

Laia means “sweet-speaking”.

Laiticia

Laiticia is a variation of Eleticia which means “joy; gladness”.

Latisha

Latisha is a spelling variation of Laiticia which means “joy; gladness”.

Laureana

Laureana means “bay laurel”.

Laurensa

Laurensa is a variation of Laureana which means “bay laurel”.

Laurentena

Laurentena is a variation of Laureana which means “bay laurel”. (Similar to Laurensa.)

Laurentia

Laurentia is a feminine variation of Laurencio which means “from Laurentium”. Pronounced as lah-REHN-chee-ah. 

Laurinda

Laurinda is a variation of Laureana which means “bay laurel”. (Similar to Laurensa and Laurentena.)

Laurita

Laurita is a diminutive variation of Laurentena which means “bay laurel”.

Lediana

Lediana means “happy”.

Leocadia

Leocadia means “splendid brightness” and pronounced as lee-o-kay-dee-ah. (Similar to Eleocaisa.)

Leokadia

Leokadia is a spelling variation of Leocadia which means “splendid brightness”.

Leonara

Leonara is a diminutive variation of Eleanora which means “bright one; shining one”.

Leonita

Leonita means “lioness” or “bright one; shining one”.

Leonor

Leonor means “lioness”.

Leticia

Leticia is a diminutive variation of Eleticia which means “joy; gladness”. Pronounced as leh-TEE-sya (Latin American Spanish) or leh-TEE-thya (European Spanish).

Levina

Levina means “from ancient place name Lavinium”.

Leya

Leya means “loyalty to the law” or “lion” and pronounced as LAY-yeh. 

Licha

Licha is a variation of Alicia which means “noble”.

Liliana

Liliana means “lily, a flower”.

Liliela

Liliela means “lily”.

Liliosa

Liliosa is a variation of Liliana which means “lily, a flower”. Liliosa was an ancient saint’s name.

Linda

Linda means “pretty”. (Similar to Bonita.)

Liocadia

Liocadia is a variation of Leocadia which means “splendid brightness”. (Similar to Lacadia.)

Lionora

Lionora is a variation of Leonara which means “bright one; shining one”.

Lioria

Lioria is a diminutive variation of Lionora which means “bright one; shining one”.

Liticia

Liticia is a variation of Leticia which means “joy; gladness”.

Litzy

Litzy means “God is perfection”.

Livia

Livia means “blue; envious” and pronounced as LIV-ee-ah.

Livinia

Livinia is a variation of Levina which means “from ancient place name Lavinium”.

Llora

Llora is a variation of Laurita which means “bay laurel”.

Lola

Lola is a diminutive variation of Dolores which means “lady of sorrows”.

Lolita

Lolita is a variation of Lola which means “lady of sorrows”.

Lorena

Lorena means “from the province of Lorraine”.

Lorezza

Lorezza is a variation of Laureana which means “bay laurel”. (Similar to Laurensa and Laurentena.)

Lourdecita

Lourdecita is a Spanish variation of Lourdes which means “craggy slope”.

Lourdetta

Lourdetta is a variation of Lourdecita which means “craggy slope”.

Loyisa

Loyisa is a Spanish variation of Louisa which means “renowned warrior”. (Similar to Aluisa.)

Lucia

Lucia is a diminutive variation of Luciana which means “light”. Lucia was the name of a fourth century martyr who was revered in the Middle Ages and the Caribbean island named for her.

Luciana

Luciana is a feminine variation of Luciano which means “light”.

Lucila

Lucila is a variation of Lucia which means “light”.

Lucilla

Lucilla is a spelling variation of Lucila which means “light”.

Lucinda

Lucinda is a variation of Luciana which means “light”.

Lucrecia

Lucrecia means “wealth”.

Luisetta

Luisetta is a variation of Loyisa which means “renowned warrior”.

Luisianna

Luisianna is a variation of Louisiana which is a place-name.

Luisina

Luisina is a diminutive variation of Luisianna which is a variation of a place-name.

Luiza

Luiza is a variation of Loyisa which means “renowned warrior”. (Similar to Luisetta.)

Lula

Lula is a diminutive variation of names containing the element lu, such as Lucy or Luna.

Lulita

Lulita is a diminutive variation of Luisetta which means “renowned warrior”.

Lumina

Lumina means “luminous”.

Luminosa

Luminosa is a variation of Lumina which means “luminous”.

Lupita

Lupita is a diminutive of Guadalupe which means “river of black stones” and is also a Spanish place-name.

Lurdes

Lurdes is a diminutive variation of Lourdecita which means “craggy slope”.

Lusila

Lusila is a variation of Lucia which means “light”. (Similar to Lucila.)

Luvena

Luvena is a variation of Levina which means “from ancient place name Lavinium”. (Similar to Livinia.)

Luvenia

Luvenia is a variation of Luvena which means “from ancient place name Lavinium”.

Luz

Luz is a diminutive variation of Lucia which means “light”. Pronounced as LOOSE. 

Macaria

Macaria is a feminine variation of Macario which means “blessed”.

Madena

Madena is a Spanish variation of Madeline which means “of Magdala”.

Madia

Madia is a diminutive variation of Madena which means “of Magdala”.

Madina

Madina is a variation of Madia which means “of Magdala”.

Madrona

Madrona means “mother”.

Mahogany

Mahogany means “rich; strong”.

Maita

Maita is a Spanish variation of Martha which means “lady”.

Malisa

Malisa is a Spanish variation of Melissa which means “honeybee”.

Mallorca

Mallorca is a Spanish place-name and pronounced as my-OR-ka. 

Manuela

Manuela is a feminine variation of Manuel which means “God is with us”.

Marcina

Marcina is a feminine variation of Marcano which means “war-like”.

Marcita

Marcita is a variation of Marcina which means “war-like”.

Margarita

Margarita means “pearl” or “daisy flower”.

Mariana

Mariana is a feminine variation of Mariano which means “dedicated to Mars”.

Marianna

Marianna is a combination of Maria and Anna. Maria means “bitter” while Anna means “grace”.

Mariposa

Mariposa means “butterfly”.

Marisa

Marisa means “of the sea”. (Similar to Delmar.)

Marisol

Marisol means “Mary of Solitude”. While Marisol comes from a title of the Virgin Mary—Our Lady of Solitude—it’s also associated with the Spanish words for sea and sun, mar y sol.

Marita

Marita is a variation of Marisa which means “of the sea”.

Maritza

Maritza is a Spanish variation of Maria which means “bitter”.

Marquita

Marquita is a variation of Marcina which means “war-like”. (Similar to Marcita.)

Martes

Martes is a Spanish variation of Tuesday which refers to a day of the week.

Martia

Martia is a variation of Marcita which means “war-like”.

Martimana

Martimana is a variation of Martina which means “war-like”.

Martina

Martina is a variation of Martia which means “war-like”.

Mati

Mati is a diminutive variation of Matilde which means “battle-mighty”.

Matilde

Matilde is a Spanish variation of Matilda which means “battle-mighty”. Pronounced as ma-TEEL-deh. 

Matusha

Matusha is a variation of Matilde which means “battle-mighty”.

Maya

Maya is a diminutive variation of Mayanita which means “water” or “work”.

Mayanita

Mayanita means “water” or “work”.

Melania

Melania means “black”.

Melia

Melia is a diminutive variation of Amelia which means “work”.

Melisa

Melisa is a spelling variation of Melissa which means “honeybee”.

Melisenda

Melisenda is a Spanish variation of Millicent which means “strong in work”.

Melissa

Melissa means “honeybee”.

Mena

Mena is a Spanish diminutive variation of Filomena which means “lover of singing”.

Mercedes

Mercedes means “gracious gifts; benefits” and pronounced as mehr-SEH-dhehs (Latin American Spanish) or mehr-THEH-dhehs (European Spanish). Mercedes stems from one of the epithets given to the Virgin Mary–Santa Maria de las Mercedes, or Our Lady of the Mercies.

Mesa

Mesa means “table” and pronounced as MAY-sa.

Micaela

Micaela is a Spanish variation of Michaela which means “who is like God?”.

Miguela

Miguela is a feminine variation of Miguel which means “who is like God?”.

Miguelina

Miguelina is a variation of Miguela which means “who is like God?”.

Miguelita

Miguelita is a variation of Miguela which means “who is like God?”. (Similar to Miguelina.)

Milagros

Milagros means “miracles” and pronounced as mee-LA-gros. 

Mireia

Mireia means “to admire” and pronounced as meer-AY-ah. 

Mora

Mora means “blueberry”.

Mónica

Mónica is a Spanish variation of Monica which means “to advise; to warn”.

Naiara

Naiara is a Basque place-name and pronounced as ny-AHR-ah. Naiara is a Basque name for a Spanish city where the Virgin Mary appeared in medieval times.

Narcisa

Narcisa means “daffodil” and pronounced as nar-SEE-sa (Latin American Spanish) or nar-THEE-sa (European Spanish).

Natalina

Natalina is a Spanish variation of Natalia which means “born on Christmas”.

Nathalia

Nathalia is a variation of Natalina which means “born on Christmas”.

Natividad

Natividad means “nativity”. Natividad was traditionally given to girls born on the September birth date of the Virgin Mary.

Navidad

Navidad is a variation of Natividad which means “nativity”.

Neenah

Neenah is a diminutive variation of Antonina which means “priceless one”.

Nelia

Nelia is a diminutive variation of Cornelia which means “horn”.

Nelida

Nelida is a diminutive variation of Leonara which means “bright one; shining one”.

Nenah

Nenah is a spelling variation of Neenah which means “priceless one”.

Neneh

Neneh is a variation of Nenah which means “priceless one”.

Nere

Nere means “mine” and pronounced as neer-ee. 

Neva

Neva means “white snow”.

Nevara

Nevara means “to snow”.

Nicanora

Nicanora is a variation of Coleta which means “people of victory”.

Nicolasa

Nicolasa is a variation of Nicanora which means “people of victory”.

Nieves

Nieves means “snows” and pronounced as nee-A-bays. Nieves is a name bestowed in honor of the Virgin Mary, Nuestra Señora de la Nieves, referring to a miracle she performed with unmelted snow in the August heat of Rome.

Ninah

Ninah is a spelling variation of Nenah which means “priceless one”.

Ninetta

Ninetta means “little girl” and “priceless one”.

Ninita

Ninita is a variation of Ninah which means “priceless one”.

Niña

Niña is a feminine variation of Niño which means “Yahweh is gracious”.

Noelia

Noelia is a feminine variation of Noel which means “Christmas”.

Noemí

Noemí is a Spanish variation of Naomi which means “my delight”. Pronounced as no-eh-MEE. 

Norita

Norita means “light” or “bright one; shining one”.

Ofelia

Ofelia is a Spanish variation of Ophelia which means “help”.

Olalla

Olalla is a variation of Eulaylia which means “sweetly speaking”. Pronounced as OWLAEL-AH or o-LA-ya.

Olimpia

Olimpia is a Spanish variation of Olympia which means “from Mount Olympus”.

Oliva

Oliva is a Spanish variation of Olivia which means “olive tree”.

Olva

Olva is a variation of Oliva which means “olive tree”.

Ondina

Ondina is a Spanish variation of Undine which means “little wave”.

Oracia

Oracia is a feminine variation of Horace which means “timekeeper” or “hour, time”.

Orlanda

Orlanda is a feminine variation of Rolando which means “famous throughout the land”.

Orquídea

Orquídea means “orchid” or “beautiful as a flower” and pronounced as or-KEE-de-a.

Orquídia

Orquídia is a variation of Orquídea which means “orchid” or “beautiful as a flower”.

Otavia

Otavia is a Spanish variation of Octavia which means “eighth”.

Ovidia

Ovidia means “shepherd”.

Paciencia

Paciencia means “patience” and pronounced as PAHSSHAHNCH-AH.

Pacifica

Pacifica is a feminine variation of Pacifico which means “tranquil”. Pronounced as pah-SEE-fee-cah. 

Palacida

Palacida is a feminine variation of Palacido which means “serene”.

Paloma

Paloma means “dove”.

Palomina

Palomina means “dove-colored filly”.

Pamelia

Pamelia is a Spanish variation of Pamela which means “all honey”.

Pamelina

Pamelina is a variation of Pamelia which means “all honey”.

Pamelita

Pamelita is a variation of Pamelia which means “all honey”. (Similar to Pamelina.)

Paquita

Paquita is a feminine variation of Paquito which means “Frenchman; free man”.

Pascua

Pascua is a feminine variation of Pascul which means “of the Passover; Easter”.

Pascuala

Pascuala is a feminine variation of Pascual which means “of the Passover; Easter”.

Patia

Patia means “leaf” and pronounced as pah-TEE-uh. 

Paulina

Paulina is a feminine variation of Pablo which means “small”.

Pedra

Pedra is a feminine variation of Pedro which means “rock”.

Peitra

Peitra is a Spanish variation of Petra which means “rock”.

Penelopa

Penelopa is a Spanish variation of Penelope which means “weaver”.

Peni

Peni is a diminutive variation of Penelopa which means “weaver”.

Peopa

Peopa is a Spanish variation of Josepha which means “Yahweh will add (another son)”. (Similar to Chefa and Joseva.)

Pepina

Pepina is a variation of Peopa which means “Yahweh will add (another son)”.

Pepita

Pepita is a feminine variation of Pepe which means “Jehovah increases”.

Perfecta

Perfecta means “flawless”.

Perla

Perla means “pearl” and pronounced as PEARL-ah. 

Perlita

Perlita is a variation of Perla which means “pear”.

Peta

Peta means “golden eagle” or “rock”.

Petrona

Petrona is a variation of Peitra which means “rock”.

Petronila

Petronila is a variation of Peitra which means “rock”. (Similar to Petrona.)

Picabia

Picabia is a Spanish artist name.

Pilar

Pilar means “pillar” and pronounced as pee-LAHR. Pilar is a name that originated in the legend of the miracle of the Virgin Mary’s appearance over a marble pillar. It also is an allusion to her as a pillar of the church.

Placida

Placida is a variation of Palacida which means “serene”.

Placidia

Placidia is a variation of Placida which means “serene”.

Plácida

Plácida is a feminine variation of Placido which means “serene”.

Porcia

Porcia is a Spanish variation of Portia which means “pig; hog; doorway”.

Preciosa

Preciosa means “precious; valuable” and pronounced as PRey-Siy-OW-Saa-. 

Primarosa

Primarosa is a Spanish variation of Primrose which means “first rose”.

Primorosa

Primorosa is a variation of Primarosa which means “first rose”.

Priscila

Priscila is a Spanish variation of Priscilla which means “ancient”.

Prisilla

Prisilla is a spelling variation of Priscila which means “ancient”.

Prudencia

Prudencia is a Spanish variation of Prudence which is a virtue name. Pronounced as proo-DHEHN-sya (Latin American Spanish) or proo-DHEHN-thya (European Spanish).

Puebla

Puebla means “the town” and pronounced as PWEYBLAH.

Querida

Querida means “dear, beloved” and pronounced as ker-ee-da. 

Quintana

Quintana means “the fifth girl” and pronounced as kwin-TAHN-ah.

Rafaela

Rafaela is a feminine variation of Rafael which means “God has healed”.

Rafela

Rafela is a variation of Rafaela which means “God has healed”.

Rafelia

Rafelia is a spelling variation of Rafela which means “God has healed”.

Rafiela

Rafiela is a spelling variation of Rafela which means “God has healed”. (Similar to Rafelia.)

Ramira

Ramira means “judicious”.

Ramona

Ramona is a feminine variation of Ramón which means “well-advised protector”.

Raquel

Raquel is a Spanish variation of Rachel which means “ewe”. Pronounced as ra-KELL.

Rebeca

Rebeca is a Spanish variation of Rebecca which means “servant of God”.

Reina

Reina means “queen” and pronounced as RAY-na.

Reyna

Reyna is a spelling variation of Reina which means “queen”.

Ria

Ria means “small river”.

Rocio

Rocio means “dewdrops” and pronounced as roh-SEE-oh. Rocio refers to Mary as the Virgin of the Dew.

Roderiga

Roderiga is a feminine variation of Roderigo which means “famous ruler”.

Roldana

Roldana is a feminine variation of Rolando which means “famous throughout the land”.

Rosa

Rosa means “rose, a flower” and pronounced as RO-sa (Spanish) or RO-zah (English).

Rosalia

Rosalia means “pretty rose”. Rosalia refers back to the annual Roman ceremony of hanging garlands of roses on tombs.

Rosalin

Rosalin is a variation of Rosalind which means “pretty rose”.

Rosalina

Rosalina is a variation of Rosalia which means “pretty rose”. Pronounced as ro-sa-LEE-na.

Rosalind

Rosalind is a variation of Rosalia which means “pretty rose”. (Similar to Rosalina.)

Rosalinda

Rosalinda is a variation of Rosalind which means “pretty rose”. (Similar to Rosalin.)

Rosemunda

Rosemunda means “horse protection”.

Rosita

Rosita is a variation of Rosa which means “rose, a flower”. Pronounced as ro-SEE-ta.

Rubì

Rubì is a Spanish variation of Ruby which is a jewel name. Ruby is a deep red precious stone.

Rufa

Rufa means “red-haired”.

Salvadora

Salvadora is a feminine variation of Salvador which means “savior”.

Sancha

Sancha means “sacred”.

Sanchia

Sanchia is a variation of Sancha which means “sacred”.

Santa

Santa means “saint”.

Santina

Santina is a variation of Sancha which means “sacred”. (Similar to Sanchia.)

Saretta

Saretta is a variation of Charita which means “princess”.

Savanna

Savanna is a spelling variation of Savannah which means “flat tropical grassland”.

Savannah

Savannah means “flat tropical grassland”.

Sefarina

Sefarina is a variation of Cefariana which means “west wind”. (Similar to Cefernia.)

Seferina

Seferina is a variation of Sefarina which means “west wind”.

Senalda

Senalda means “a sign”.

Senobia

Senobia is a variation of Cenobia which means “force of Zeus”.

Serafina

Serafina means “ardent”.

Sevilla

Sevilla is a Spanish place-name and pronounced as seh-VEE-yuh.

Silvana

Silvana is a feminine variation of Silvano which means “wood, forest”. Pronounced as seel-VA-na.

Silveria

Silveria is a variation of Silvia which means “from the woods”.

Silvia

Silvia means “from the woods” and pronounced as SEEL-bya (Spanish) or SIL-vee-ah (English).

Silvina

Silvina is a variation of Silvia which means “from the woods”. (Similar to Silveria.)

Siria

Siria means “sun-bright; glowing”.

Socorra

Socorra means “one who helps”. Socorra refers to the Virgin Mary, Our Lady of Perpetual Help — or Perpetuo Socorro.

Socorro

Socorro means “succour; help; relief”. Socorro is a Spanish word name taken from a title of the Virgin Mary, “Mary of Perpetual Succour”.

Soficita

Soficita is a Spanish variation of Sophia which means “wisdom”.

Solana

Solana means “sunshine”.

Soledad

Soledad means “solitude”. Soledad refers to the Virgin Mary (Our Lady of Solitude).

Susanita

Susanita is a Spanish variation of Susan which means “lily”. Pronounced as soo-sa-NEE-ta.

Tanis

Tanis means “from the house of Tatius”.

Tavia

Tavia is a diminutive variation of Otavia which means “eight”. Pronounced as TAY-vee-uh.

Techa

Techa is a variation of Theresa which means “to harvest”.

Teodara

Teodara is a variation of Teodora which means “gift of God”.

Teodora

Teodora is a feminine variation of Teodoro which means “gift of God”.

Tere

Tere is a diminutive variation of Teresa which means “to harvest”.

Teresa

Teresa is a spelling variation of Theresa which means “to harvest”. Teresa has many worthy namesakes including Saint Teresa and Mother Teresa.

Teresita

Teresita is a variation of Teresa which means “to harvest”.

Tete

Tete is a variation of Tere which means “to harvest”.

Theresa

Theresa means “to harvest”.

Tia

Tia means “aunt”.

Ticha

Ticha is a variation of Leticia which means “joy; gladness”. (Similar to Liticia.)

Tierra

Tierra means “earth”.

Tilda

Tilda is a diminutive variation of Matilda which means “battle-mighty”.

Tiodora

Tiodora is a variation of Teodora which means “gift of God”. (Similar to Teodara.)

Tiodoria

Tiodoria is a variation of Tiodora which means “gift of God”.

Tirsa

Tirsa means “delight”.

Tomasina

Tomasina is a feminine variation of Tomaso which means “twin”.

Tomasine

Tomasine is a variation of Tomasina which means “twin”.

Tona

Tona is a diminutive variation of Antonina which means “priceless one”. (Similar to Neenah.)

Tornado

Tornado is a nature name. Tornado first meant thunderstorm and only later came to mean whirlwind, the common modern meaning.

Ursulina

Ursulina is a Spanish variation of Ursula which means “little female bear”.

Valencia

Valencia means “brave; strong” and is also a Spanish place-name. Pronounced as ba-LEHN-sya (Latin American Spanish) or ba-LEHN-thya (European Spanish). The Mediterranean city of Valencia is the third largest in Spain.

Valeriana

Valeriana is a feminine variation of Valerio which means “strength, health”.

Vanesa

Vanesa is a spelling variation of Vanessa which refers to a species of butterfly.

Vanessa

Vanessa refers to a species of butterfly. Vanessa was invented by Jonathan Swift for a lover named Esther Vanhomrigh–he combined the first syllable of her last name with the initial syllable of her first and used it in the poem Cadenus and Vanessa in 1713.

Vanina

Vanina is a diminutive variation of Evangelina which means “bringer of good news”. Pronounced as va-NIN-ah or va-NEEN-ah.

Várvara

Várvara is a Spanish variation of Barbara which means “foreign woman”.

Várvera

Várvera is a variation of Várvara which means “foreign woman”.

Venessa

Venessa is a variation of Vanessa which refers to a species of butterfly.

Ventura

Ventura is a feminine variation of Venturo which means “good fortune, good luck”.

Verana

Verana is a Spanish variation of Vera which means “faith”.

Verbena

Verbena means “sacred foliage”. Verbena is the name of a showy, lemony plant.

Verdad

Verdad means “truth”.

Verde

Verde means “green”.

Verena

Verena means “integrity”.

Vieira

Vieira means “scallop”.

Vina

Vina means “vineyard”.

Violante

Violante means “purple flower” and pronounced as vee-o-LAN-teh.

Viridiana

Viridiana is a variation of Verde which means “green”. Pronounced as vih-rid-ee-AH-na.

Viviana

Viviana is a feminine variation of Viviano which means “life”.

Xandra

Xandra is a diminutive variation of Alexandra which means “defending men”. Pronounced as ZAN-dra. 

Ximena

Ximena means “she who hears; God has heard” and pronounced as HHiy-M-EYN-aa-. 

Ximenia

Ximenia is a Spanish nature name.

Yaiza

Yaiza is a Spanish place-name and pronounced as YI-sah or I-sah.

Ynes

Ynes is a variation of Ynez which means “pure, virginal”. Pronounced as iy-NEHZ.

Ynesita

Ynesita is a variation of Ynes which means “pure, virginal”.

Ynez

Ynez is a variation of Inesa which means “pure, virginal”. (Similar to Inesita.) Pronounced as ee-nez.

Yola

Yola is a diminutive variation of Yolanda which means “violet flower”. (Similar to Jolan.) Pronounced as YO-lah.

Yolanda

Yolanda means “violet flower”.

Yoli

Yoli is a variation of Yola which means “violet flower”.

Ysabel

Ysabel is a spelling variation of Isabel which means “pledged to God”.

Ysabella

Ysabella is a spelling variation of Isabella which means “pledged to God”.

Ysabelle

Ysabelle is a variation of Ysabella which means “pledged to God”.

Zaferina

Zaferina is a variation of Seferina which means “west wind”.

Zamora

Zamora means “song” and is also a Spanish place-name.

Zarela

Zarela is a Spanish variation of Sarah which means “princess”. (Similar to Charita.)

Zarita

Zarita is a variation of Zarela which means “princess”. Pronounced as Saa-RIY-Taa.

Zefera

Zefera is a variation of Zaferina which means “west wind”.

Zerlina

Zerlina means “beautiful dawn” and pronounced as zehr-LEEN-ah.

Gender Neutral Spanish Names

Abad

Abad means “father, priest”.

Abril

Abril is a Spanish variation of April which refers to the fourth month of the year.

Adan

Adan is a variation of Adamo which means “man”. (Similar to Adnon.)

Adán

Adán is a spelling variation of Adan which means “man”. Pronounced as a-DHANG. 

Addis

Addis means “man” or “child of Adam”.

Arlo

Arlo means “barberry”.

Alva

Alva means “his highness” or “white”.

Baez

Baez means “boar” and pronounced as BayEHZ.

Bautista

Bautista means “baptizer” and pronounced as bow-TEES-ta.

Canyon

Canyon is a nature name.

Carmen

Carmen means “garden” or “song”.

Cruz

Cruz means “cross”.

Desi

Desi is a diminutive variation of Desiderio which means “desired one”.

Diaz

Diaz means “days”.

Elia

Elia means “Jehovah is God” and pronounced as eh-LEE-a.

Felice

Felice means “lucky; happy; fortunate” and pronounced as fa-LEECH-ay or feh-LEESE. 

Feliz

Feliz is a variation of Felicia which means “lucky”. (Similar to Felicita and Felisa.)

Garcia

Garcia means “bear”.

Jaime

Jaime is a Spanish variation of James which means “supplanter”. Pronounced as HI-may.

Lorca

Lorca is a Spanish place-name and pronounced as LORE-kah. Lorca is a place from the Spanish province of Navarre.

Miró

Miró means “glory”.

Montana

Montana means “mountainous” and is also a Spanish place-name.

Nazaret

Nazaret means “of Nazareth”. Nazaret is an occasionally heard Spanish name referring to Christ’s native village.

Nevada

Nevada means “covered in snow” and is also a Spanish place-name.

Paz

Paz means “golden; peace” and pronounced as PAS (Latin American Spanish) or PATH (European Spanish).

Rey

Rey means “king”.

Rio

Rio means “river”.

Rosario

Rosario means “rosary”.

Santana

Santana means “Saint Ana” and is also a place-name.

Sierra

Sierra means “saw-toothed” or “mountain range” and pronounced as see-ER-ah. 

Sol

Sol means “sun” and pronounced as sahl. 

Trini

Trini is a diminutive variation of Trinidad which means “holy trinity”.

Trinidad

Trinidad means “holy trinity”.

Vale

Vale is a geographical name and pronounced as VAYL. Vale is a type of valley.

Vida

Vida is a variation of Vidal which means “life; vital”. (Similar to Videl.)

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