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Girl Names of Spanish Origin

Spanish baby names and what they mean, for spanish, spain, with 164 results. These Spanish names are from the Ibero-Romance group of languages derived from Latin, and are used in Spain and by Spanish-speaking peoples. These girl names reached the peak of their popularity 76 years ago (USAGE OF 6.4%) and have become much less conventional since (USAGE 1.2%, 81.6%), with names such as Dolores becoming less fashionable. The more fashionable birth names here are Belen (#757), Hana (#845), Itzel (#478), Jimena (#399) and Reina (#853), while Bolen (TOP 2%) and Bellen (50%) are conventional surnames. Here is the list of Spanish names for boys.

Spanish names

Adoncia - Braulia | Brianda - Drina | Duena - Immaculada | Inez - Luisa | Lupita - Morisa | Natura - Pilar | .. - .. | Zandra - Zureidy

Adoncia - Braulia

Adoncia
"Sweet." Uncommon. Compare Adoncia, Doncia and common -ia surnames Agurcia (UPPER 70%), Andia (47%).

Agraciana
"Forgiveness." Agraciana, Agracianna and Agracyanna are not Top 2000 names.

Aldonza
"Sweet." Aldonta and Aldonya are creative forms. See also Alldonna.

Amelinda
Combined form of "beloved" and "pretty". Not in Top 2000.

Amparo

Amparo
"Guidance, protection." Amparo is conventional (UPPER 21%) as a female name, and is found frequently (UPPER 16%) as a last name.

Anita

Anita
Originally a Spanish pet form of .. Anita soared in popularity during 1960-1969 and is now less conventional, with Anita becoming less trendy. See also Anet.

Arcelia
"Treasure chest." Unique. Arcelia (cf. Alia) uses the common feminine-sounding -lia suffix. Also variant of Araceli.

Arsenia
"Masculine." Rather uncommon as a children's name. Feminine of Arsenio ..

Artemisia
"Perfect." Not in popularity charts. Also variant of Artemis and a ..

Azure
"Sky blue." Adoption of Azure, Azzurra, etc. as baby names in 2016 was 29% less than 2015. The color, from azul ..

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Spanish names: Amparo, Anita, Baila, Belen, Benita, Bonita

Baila

Baila
"Dance." Used widely as birth names, Beyla, Baila, etc. are pronounced like the conventional Beulah.

Baja
"Lower." Bahja is a slightly prominent kid's name. See also Bama. Geography name ..

Belen

Belen
"Bethlehem." Adoption of Belen as a baby name in 2016 was 68.3% more than the previous decade. See also Helen.

Belita
"Little beauty." Not Top 2000 names. Also nickname of Isabel.

Benicia
"Blessed one." Benicia and Benecia are uncommon as girls' names. A town in Northern California.

Benita

Benita
"Blessed." Less used today. Benita was the version last listed (1992) in the Top 2000. Feminine variant of Benedict ..

Bibiana
Variant of Vivian. Unique. Bibiana is not listed in the US Demographics. See also Bobina.

Bienvenida
"Welcome." Bienvenida is not often used as a girls' name.

Bonita

Bonita
"Pretty." Used somewhat widely as children's names, Bonnie, Bonita, etc. are similar to the popular Connie. Coined in America in the 1940s ..

Braulia
"Shining." Unique. Braulia, similar to Basilia, has the androgynous-sounding -lia ending. Feminine of Braulio.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Spanish names for girls.

1. Adoncia - Braulia
Adoncia, Agraciana, Aldonza, Amelinda, Amparo, Anita [Nita], Arcelia, Arsenia, Artemisia, Azure, Baila, Baja, Belen, Belita, Benicia, Benita [Nita], Bibiana, Bienvenida, Bonita [Nita], Braulia


Brianda, Buena, Cabalina, Calida, Candelaria, Chalina, Chavela, Chiquita, Consuelo, Corazon, Daira, Damita, Deja [Deyanira], Delores, Deyanira, Dita, Dolores [Delores], Dona, Dorinda, Drina


Duena, Edelmira, Eldora, Engracia, Esmeralda, Esperanza, Estefany, Fiby, Fiesta, Fina, Flordeperia, Fuensanta, Gitana, Guadalupe [Lupita], Hana, Heladia, Herminia, Hermosa, Hersilia, Immaculada


Inez [Ynez], Inocencia, Itzel, Jacinda, Jaime, Javiera, Jenara, Jessenia [Yesenia], Jesusa, Jimena, Joaquina, Juanita [Nita], Kiki, Lareina, Latoya, Leya, Linda, Llesenia, Lucita, Luisa


Lupita, Luz, Macaria, Madra, Mafalda, Manuela, Maravilla, Maricela, Mariposa, Maristela, Marlin, Maya, Mercedes, Mesa, Migdalia, Milagros, Mireya, Mirta, Morena, Morisa


Natura, Neiva, Neneca, Nereida [Nerida], Nerida, Nidia, Nina, Ninfa, Nita, Oracia, Orquidea, Otamisia, Pacifica, Paquita, Parmenia, Paz, Pepita, Perfecta, Piedad, Pilar


Querida, Queta, Rafaela, Ramona, Raquel, Refugia, Reina, Remedios, Rey, Rima, Rita, Rocio, Salvadora, Santana, Savannah, Sefarina, Senalda, Sevilla, Sierra, Siria


Socorro, Solana, Soledad, Talisa, Tani, Tia, Tierra, Toya, Tranquilina, Tulia, Venerada, Verdad, Verde, Vida, Vina, Visitacion, Yesenia, Ynez [Inez], Yoconda, Yolanda


Zandra, Zaneta, Zerlinda, Zureidy

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