Bronco - Diego
Page 1/2 of 11 Mexico names.
Bronco 1 Root fr. Mexican, Spanish words. "Rough, unbroken horse." Bronco is scantly 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 .. Name suited for both boys and girls. The name Carson has risen in favor as a name for baby boys since 1960-1969. The variation Karson is prevalent as a form of the name. [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 .. Name applicable for both boys and girls. Distinctive as a boys' 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 diminished in popularity as a birth name for boys over time since 1990. [Cortes, .. 2 more]
Diego▲ 5 .. The Mexican peasant to whom the Virgin of Guadalupe appeared was named Juan Diego .. The name Diego has risen in popularity over the years since 1880-1889. See also Daeg. [Dago]
Summary of all Mexico names (and their 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