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Boy Names of Spanish Origin

Spanish baby names and what they mean, for spanish, spain, with 159 results. Adoption of these boy names was at its most widespread a decade ago (ADOPTION OF 4.3%) and is somewhat less today (ADOPTION 2.88%, 33% LESS), with names like Delmar becoming less stylish. The most trendy baby names in this compilation are Arlo (#502), Emiliano (#231), Leonardo (#103), Lorenzo (#216) and Santiago (#127), while Santas (TOP 63%) and Santina (78%) are common last names. Here is the list of Spanish names for girls.

Spanish names

Abejundio - Beltran | Berilo - Chico | Chino - Eldorado | Eleodoro - Honesto | Iago - Mariano | Melesio - Pedro | .. - .. | Santana - Zoilo

Abejundio - Beltran

Abejundio
"Bee-like." Rare, but Abejundio is comparable to popular surnames Amedio (TOP 63%), Asencio (8%), which also end with -io.

Aciano
"The blue bottle flower." Ariano is a somewhat common birth name.

Alejandro

Alejandro
"Man's defender, warrior." Adoption of Alejandro and variants as children's names in 2015 was 46.7% less than a decade ago. Variant of Alexander.

Alucio
"Bright, shining." Alucio, Aluzio, etc. are unique as baby names. The root is "lux", or light ..

Amalio
"Industrious." Amalio and Amelio are not often used as baby names. The masculine form of Amelia.

Amarillo
"Yellow." Not in popularity charts. Place name ..

Antenor
"Combatant, antagonist." Altenor and Artenor are creative variations. .. is used in Spanish speaking countries ..

Antonio

Antonio
.. the number of Spanish speaking immigrants .. Antonio was popular 18 years ago and is less conventional today. See also Antonine.

Apolonio

Apolonio
"Follower of Apollo." A somewhat untypical children's name, Apolonio is found more often as a surname. The feminine form, Apollonia, is somewhat ..

Arcadio
Ancient place name .. Rare, with the common -io ending for Arcadio, like Abondio, Arsanio.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Spanish names: Alejandro, Antonio, Apolonio, Arlo, Arman, Arsenio

Arcelio
"Altar of heaven." Uncommon. Arcelio, Aricelio (compare Attilio, Aemilio) ends with the unusual -lio.

Aristeo
"Best." Not that common as a birth name.

Arlo

Arlo
"Barberry tree." Arlo and variants became more trendy in 2015, gaining on average +10 rankings as children's names with Arlo gaining the most. Also Italian variant of Charles ..

Arman

Arman
Short form of Armando .. Arman became less popular in 2015, falling -75 positions as a boys' name to reach #1538. See also Arlan.

Arrio
"Belligerent." Arrio, Aryo, etc. are not frequently adopted as baby names.

Arsenio

Arsenio
"Masculine." Somewhat common as birth names, Arsen, Arsenio, etc. are comparable to the popular Arden. According to tradition, Saint Arsenius the ..

Atahualpa
.. Peru before the Spanish conquest of .. Not Top 2000 name.

Atreo
Uncertain meaning. Not in Top 2000. See also Autrey.

Belisario
"Swordsman." Belisario, Belisarios and Belisarius are rarely used as birth names.

Beltran
.. is the Italian and Spanish form. Not that prominent as a children's name, Beltran exists more often as a surname.

Quick Reference

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

1. Abejundio - Beltran
Abejundio, Aciano, Alejandro, Alucio, Amalio, Amarillo, Antenor, Antonio, Apolonio, Arcadio, Arcelio, Aristeo, Arlo, Arman, Arrio, Arsenio, Atahualpa, Atreo, Belisario, Beltran


Berilo, Bienvenido, Blanco, Bolivar, Braulio, Bronco, Caballero, Candelario, Canyon, Carlos, Cassander, Cedro, Chairo, Chan, Chano, Chaparral, Charro, Chayo, Che, Chico


Chino, Cid, Cipriano, Cisco, Consuel, Cordero, Cortez, Crisanto, Cruz, Custodio, Damario, Dante, Delmar, Diego, Dino, Donato, Duarte, Efrain, Eladio, Eldorado


Eleodoro, Elian, Elvio, Emiliano, Enrique, Epifanio, Esteban, Federico, Felipe, Fermin, Ferrer, Flaminio, Francisco [Chico], Galo, Gonzalo, Grimaldo, Hasdrubal, Heladio [Eladio], Hernando, Honesto


Iago, Inigo, Irenio, Isandro, Jacinto, Jade, Jaime, Jairo, Javier, Jorge, Jose, Juan, Largo, Leonardo, Lonzo, Lorenzo, Luis, Macedonio, Manuel, Mariano


Melesio, Modesto, Naldo, Natal, Navarro, Nemesio, Nevada, Nicandro, Nicomedes, Orlando, Oro, Pablo, Paciano, Pacifico, Paco, Paladio, Pancho, Paquito [Paco], Parmenio, Pedro


Perfecto, Placido, Ponce, Procopio, Prudencio, Quin, Rafael, Ramiro, Ramon, Raul, Refugio, Remedio, Reno, Rey, Rigoberto, Rio, Rocio, Rodrigo, Ruben, Rubio


Santana, Santiago, Santo, Santos [Santo], Saturnin, Saviero, Seferino, Segundo, Socorro, Tadeo, Tavio, Teo, Tiburon, Tino, Venturo, Vidal, Ximenes, Xiomar, Zoilo

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