Bronco - Diego
Page 1/2 of 11 Mexico names.
Bronco 1 Root fr. Mexican, Spanish words. "Rough, unbroken horse." Bronco is uncommonly used as a men's name. See also Bronson. .. [Bronko]
Carson▲ 2 .. In America, legendary Missouri frontiersman Kit Carson (19th century) was a scout and guide in the exploration of the West as well as an important factor in the Mexican War .. Also used as a girls' name. Carson is conventional (Top 63%) as a male name, and it occurs frequently (Top 1%) as a last name according to the US Census. The forms Kason and Carsen are popular as versions of Carson. [Carsan, Cason, .. 3 more]
Cimarron 3 Place name: a city in western Kansas and a river that runs 650 miles across the Great Plains from New Mexico to Oklahoma .. Also suitable as a girls' name. Cimarron is scarcely used as a masculine name. [Cimeron, .. 2 more]
Cortez▼ 4 .. Historical: surname of the Spanish explorer and adventurer Hernando Cortes (16th century) who with a small expeditionary force conquered the Aztec civilization of Mexico. Cortez has decreased in popularity as a name for kids over time. [Cortes, .. 2 more]
Diego▲ 5 .. The Mexican peasant to whom the Virgin of Guadalupe appeared was named Juan Diego .. Diego is commonly occurring (Top 52%) as a men's name, appearing often (Top 8%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Daeg. [Dago]
Summary of all Mexico names (and variants) for boys.
[Bronco - Diego]
Bronco [Bronko], Carson [Kason, Cason, Carsan, Carsen, Karson], Cimarron [Simeron, Cimeron, Simarron], Cortez [Cortes, Kortes, Kortez], Diego [Dago]
[Octavio - Zuni]
Octavio [Octave, Octavo, Ottavio, Octavus, Octavius, Octovien, Octavian, Octavious], Rio [Reo], Tabasco, Taos, Yucatan, Zuni