What does Salvador mean?
Salvador /sal-va-dor/ as a boys' name is pronounced SAL-va-dor. It is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Salvador is "savior". Spanish form of Salvator, a place name in Latin America. Spanish artist Salvador Dali.
(male) Salvaton, Sillvador, ..
(female) Salvadori, Salvadra, ..
How popular is Salvador?
Salvador is a very prominent first name for men (#286 out of 1220, Top 23%) and also a very prominent surname for both adults and children (#3694 out of 150436, Top 2%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Presented below is the birth name history of Salvador for boys. Salvador reached its top position of #290 in the U.S. in 1990, and is presently at #600. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Prominent variation forms of Salvador (#600 from current records) are Sal, Salvator and Salvatore (#899 from current records). These relations of Salvador were favored by parents in the 1920s (adoption of 0.12%) and are now significantly less popular (adoption 0.04%, down 69%), with the version Salvatore becoming less trendy.
Recommended names are Amador, Baldor, Balfor (see Balfour), Eldor, Halldor, Hallvor, Halvar, Halvor, Isador, Landor, Malchior, Malkior, Saad, Saadya, Sacar (see Sachar), Sachar, Saguaro, Saladin, Salman, Salmon, Salomo, Salomon, Salton, Salvian, Salviano (see Salvio), Salviatus (see Salvio), Salvio, Sander, Sandor, Saunder, Savino, Savion▼, Savoy, Savyon, Seamor, Seldon, Shadoe, Shadow, Silvain, Silvan, Silvano, Silvanus, Silvaon, Silver, Silvino, Silvio, Slade, Slater, Sylvan, Sylvanus, Sylver, Sylvio, Talor, Tavor and Teador. These names tend to be less frequently used than Salvador.