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Page 1/12. Spanish names are from the Ibero-Romance group of languages derived from Latin, and are used in Spain and by Spanish-speaking peoples. 231 Spanish names of Spanish origin for baby boys, listing 1-20. Here is the list of Spanish names for girls.
Abejundio .. "Bee-like."
Abel .. The name has been in steady use since the sixth century, and is popular in Spain.
Abelard .. The name may also ultimately derive from the Hebrew name Abel, and the Spanish form Abelardo may derive from the Spanish word "abeja", meaning "bee" ..
Abram .. Abran (a-BRAHN) is the Spanish form.
Abundio .. Spanish name.
Acacio .. Spanish name ..
Aciano .. "The blue bottle flower."
Acilino .. Spanish variant of Aquila.
Adalgiso .. Italian and Spanish name.
Adam .. Adan (a-DAHM) is the Spanish form ..
Aden .. Adan is the Spanish form.
Adulio .. Spanish name.
Agapito .. Spanish name from the Greek word "agape" ..
Agnolo .. More common in America in the Spanish form, Angelo.
Alamar .. Spanish name that also means "to the sea" or "get closer to the sea" in Spanish ..
Aldo .. An Italian and Spanish variant of Aldous that is occasionally used in America ..
Alejandro .. "Man's defender, warrior."
Alfonso .. Variant of Alphonse (Old German) "ready for battle" ..
Alonzo .. Variant of Alphonse (Old German) "ready for battle" ..
Alphonse .. Alfonso is a royal name in Spain, thus very popular ..
Abel, Abram, Adam, Aldo, Alejandro, Alfonso, Alonzo and Alphonse are commonly used names, while Abejundio, Abelard, Abundio, Acacio, Aciano, Acilino, Adalgiso, Aden, Adulio, Agapito, Agnolo and Alamar are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)
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