Bronco - Zuni
Page 1/1 of 11 Mexico names.
Bronco 1 Based on Mexican, Spanish elements. "Rough, unbroken horse." Bronco, like the similar Branch, exists more often as a last name. A bronco is a horse that .. [Bronko]
Carson 2 .. .. important factor in the Mexican War .. Prevalent. Carson, like Garson, Sanderson, ends with the favored masculine -rson. [Carsan, .. 4 more]
Cimarron 3 .. Plains from New Mexico to Oklahoma .. Not in Top 1000. [Cimeron, .. 2 more]
Cortez▼ 4 .. .. conquered the Aztec civilization of Mexico. Usage of Cortez as a birth name has faded circa 1990. [Cortes, .. 2 more]
Diego 5 .. .. The Mexican peasant to whom the .. Dago and variants rose in popularity in 2006 and are less popular today. [Dago]
Octavio▼ 6 .. .. Mexican poet Octavio Paz. Adoption of Ottavio and variants grew in 2003 and is now less, with Octavio becoming less trendy. [Octave, Octavius, Octavian, Octovien, .. 4 more]
Rio 7 .. .. between Texas and Mexico, and its .. Scarce as boys' names, but Rio and Reo are comparable to the more conventional Rex. [Reo]
Tabasco 8 A state in Mexico. Also the .. Tabasco is a rare masculine name, existing regularly (Top 71%) as a surname.
Taos 9 .. county in New Mexico that has .. Unusual. Taos (cmp. Pablos, Kristoforos) ends with the popular masculine-sounding -os. See also Tasso.
Yucatan 10 .. the Gulf of Mexico, and is .. Unique. Yucatan is not listed in the US Census.
Zuni 11 .. .. Zuni tribe lives in New Mexico. Rare. Zuni, like Imani, Jovani, ends with the familiar androgynous -ni. Unisex name.
Summary of all Mexico names (and variants) for boys.
[Bronco - Zuni]
Bronco , Carson , Cimarron , Cortez , Diego , Octavio , Rio , Tabasco, Taos, Yucatan, Zuni