Popular Spanish names for girls and boys

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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Abran Spanish Variant of Abram 'Exalted father.'. M
2 Abril Spanish The month April; symbolizes spring. F

3 Acacia Spanish Honorable. In the Bible, acacia wood was used to build the wilderness Tabernacle. F
4 Adalia Spanish Of the nobility. Noble. F
5 Adan Spanish Variant of Adam 'From the red earth.'. M
6 Adana Spanish Spanish feminine of Adam. F
7 Adelina Spanish Noble or kind or winged. F
8 Adelita Spanish Kind or winged; Of the nobility. Noble. F
9 Adella Spanish Of the nobility. Noble. F
10 Adonia Spanish Feminine of Adonis. Beautiful lady. F
11 Adoracion Spanish Adoration. F
12 Adriana Spanish Dark. F
13 Adriano Spanish Dark; Variant of Adrian. From Adria.: (The Adriatic sea region.). M

14 Agacia Spanish Kind. F
15 Agdta Spanish Kind. F
16 Agnese Spanish Spanish form of Agnes. Pure. F
17 Agueda Spanish Kind. F
18 Agustin Spanish Majestic dignity; grandeur. M
19 Aida Spanish Help. F
20 Aidia Spanish Help. F
21 Aintzane Spanish Glorious. F
22 Alameda Spanish Promenade. F
23 Alandra Spanish Variant of Alexandra: defender of mankind. F
24 Alano Spanish Handsome. M
25 Alanza Spanish Ready for battle. Feminine of Alonzo. F
26 Alanzo Spanish Form of Alphonse: see Alfonso. M
27 Alarico Spanish Rules all. M
28 Alazne Spanish Miracle. F
29 Alba Spanish A place name. M
30 Albertine Spanish Noble. F
31 Alberto Spanish Noble; bright. M
32 Alda Spanish Wise. Elder. Variant of Aldo. F
33 Aldene Spanish Wise. Elder. Variant of Aldo. F
34 Aldona Spanish Wise. Elder. Variant of Aldo. F
35 Aldonsa Spanish Nice. F
36 Aldonza Spanish Nice. F
37 Aleece Spanish Noble. Of the nobility. F
38 Alegria Spanish Merry. F
39 Alejandra Spanish Defender of mankind. Feminine of Alexander. F
40 Alejandrina Spanish Defender of man. F
41 Alejandro Spanish Spanish form of Alexander defends mankind. M
42 Aleta Spanish Winged. F
43 Aletea Spanish Honest. F
44 Aletia Spanish Honest. F
45 Alfonsa Spanish Feminine form of Alfonso: noble. F
46 Alfonso Spanish Spanish form of Alphonse 'eager for war'. M
47 Alfreda Spanish Feminine form of Alfredo: counsels the elves. F
48 Alfredo Spanish Spanish form of Alfred 'counsels the elves'. M
49 Alhertina Spanish Noble. F
50 Alicia Spanish Spanish form of Alice honest. F
51 Alisa Spanish Noble. Of the nobility. F
52 Alise Spanish Noble. Of the nobility. F
53 Alita Spanish Noble. Form of Adelita. F
54 Alliss Spanish Noble. Of the nobility. F
55 Allyce Spanish Noble. Of the nobility. F
56 Alma Spanish Spirit. F
57 Almira Spanish From Almeira. F
58 Almunda Spanish Refers to the Virgin Mary. F
59 Almundena Spanish Refers to the Virgin Mary. F
60 Almundina Spanish Refers to the Virgin Mary. F
61 Aloise Spanish Famous in battle. Feminine of Aloysius. F
62 Alona Spanish Light. F
63 Alondra Spanish Variant of Alexandra: defender of mankind. F
64 Alonsa Spanish Ready or noble. F
65 Alonso Spanish Eager for battle; Form of Alphonse: see Alfonso. M
66 Alonzo Spanish Eager for battle. M
67 Alta Spanish High. Abbreviation of Altagracia - a reference to the high grace of Jesus' mother Mary. F
68 Altagracia Spanish High. Abbreviation of Altagracia - a reference to the high grace of Jesus' mother Mary. F
69 Aluino Spanish Noble friend. M
70 Alvar Spanish Truth-speaker or guardian. M
71 Alvarita Spanish Feminine of Alvaro meaning: speaker of truth. F
72 Alvaro Spanish Truth-speaker or guardian. M
73 Alvera Spanish Feminine of Alvaro meaning: speaker of truth. F
74 Alvino Spanish White; fair. M
75 Alyce Spanish Of the nobility. F
76 Alys Spanish Of the nobility. F
77 Alyss Spanish Of the nobility. F
78 Amada Spanish Beloved. F
79 Amadeo Spanish Loves God. M
80 Amado Spanish Loves God. M
81 Amalia Spanish Spanish form of Amelia: industrious. F
82 Amalur Spanish Homeland. F
83 Amalure Spanish Homeland. F
84 Amanda Spanish Lovable. F
85 Amara Spanish Imperishable. F
86 Amaranta Spanish Flower. F
87 Amaris Spanish Child of the moon. The astrological name for Cancer. F
88 Amarissa Spanish Derived from Amaris, child of the moon, the astrological name for Cancer. F
89 Amata Spanish Lovable. F
90 Ambrosio Spanish Divine. M
91 Amoldo Spanish The eagle rules. M
92 Amor Spanish Love. F
93 Amora Spanish Love. F
94 Ana Spanish Grace; favor. Variant of Anna. Often used in blended names like Analee and Anarosa. F
95 Analee Spanish Grace. favor. Variant of Anna. F
96 Analeigh Spanish Grace. favor. Variant of Anna. F
97 Analena Spanish Grace. favor. Variant of Anna. F
98 Anamarie Spanish Grace. favor. Variant of Anna. F
99 Anarosa Spanish Grace. favor. Variant of Anna. F
100 Anastasio Spanish Resurrected. M
101 Anbessa Spanish A Saracen governor of Spain. M
102 Andeana Spanish Leaving. F
103 Andera Spanish Feminine form of Andrew: manly. F
104 Andere Spanish Feminine form of Andrew: manly. F
105 Andrea Spanish Feminine form of Andrew: manly. F
106 Andreo Spanish Manly; brave. Variant of English Andrew. M
107 Andres Spanish Manly; brave. Variant of English Andrew. M
108 Andria Spanish Feminine form of Andrew: manly. F
109 Angel Spanish Angel. M
110 Angela Spanish Angel. F
111 Angelia Spanish Angel. F
112 Angelina Spanish Angel. F
113 Angelino Spanish Messenger. Biblical name for spirit messengers God sends men. M
114 Angelo Spanish Messenger. Biblical name for spirit messengers God sends men. M
115 Anibal Spanish Grace of God. M
116 Anica Spanish Grace. F
117 Anita Spanish A Spanish diminutive of Ann: graceful, merciful. F
118 Anitia Spanish Grace. F
119 Anjelica Spanish Like an angel. F
120 Anselmo Spanish Divine helmet. M
121 Anton Spanish Spanish form of Anthony beyond praise. M
122 Antonia Spanish Feminine form of Antonio: beyond praise. F
123 Antonina Spanish Feminine form of Antonio: beyond praise. F
124 Antonio Spanish Spanish form of Anthony beyond praise. M
125 Anunciacion Spanish Of the Annunciation. F
126 Aquilina Spanish An eagle; sharp-eyed. F
127 Aquilino Spanish Eagle. M
128 Araceli Spanish Altar of heaven. F
129 Aracelia Spanish Altar of heaven. F
130 Aracely Spanish Altar of heaven. F
131 Arama Spanish Reference to the Virgin Mary. F
132 Arcadia Spanish Adventurous. F
133 Arcelia Spanish Treasure. Altar of heaven. F
134 Archibaldo Spanish Bold. M
135 Arcilla Spanish Altar of heaven. F
136 Arella Spanish Golden. F
137 Aricela Spanish Altar of heaven. F
138 Ariela Spanish Lion of God. F
139 Ario Spanish Variant of Arrio: Warlike; fierce. M
140 Arlo Spanish Bayberry (tree). M
141 Armanda Spanish Feminine of Armando. F
142 Armando Spanish Army man. Variant of Herman. M
143 Arrio Spanish Warlike; fierce. M
144 Arryo Spanish Variant of Arrio: Warlike; fierce. M
145 Artemisia Spanish Perfection. F
146 Arturo Spanish Noble; courageous. M
147 Aryo Spanish Variant of Arrio: Warlike; fierce. M
148 Ascencion Spanish Reference to the Ascension. F
149 Asuncion Spanish Born during the Feast of Assumption. F
150 Atalaya Spanish Guardtower. F
151 Athalia Spanish Guardtower. F
152 Aurelia Spanish Golden. F
153 Aureliana Spanish Golden. F
154 Aureliano Spanish Golden. M
155 Aurelio Spanish Gold. M
156 Aurelius Spanish Golden. M
157 Aurkena Spanish Present. F
158 Aurkene Spanish Present. F
159 Bartoli Spanish Ploughman. M
160 Bartolo Spanish Ploughman. M
161 Bartolome Spanish Ploughman. M
162 Basilio Spanish Noble. M
163 Beatrisa Spanish Brings happiness. Brings joy. F
164 Beatriz Spanish Brings happiness. Brings joy. F
165 Beinvenido Spanish Welcome. M
166 Bel Spanish Diminutive of Isabel: Devoted to God. A Spanish variant of Elizabeth. F
167 Belen Spanish Bethlehem. F
168 Belinda Spanish Attractive. F
169 Bell Spanish Diminutive of Isabel: Devoted to God. A Spanish variant of Elizabeth. F
170 Bella Spanish Beautiful. Diminutive of Isabel: Devoted to God. A Spanish variant of Elizabeth. F
171 Belle Spanish Beautiful. Diminutive of Isabel: Devoted to God. A Spanish variant of Elizabeth. F
172 Beltran Spanish Bright raven. M
173 Bemabe Spanish Son of comfort. M
174 Bembe Spanish Spanish form of Barnaby prophet. M
175 Benedicto Spanish Blessed. M
176 Benigna Spanish Kind. F
177 Benita Spanish A feminine form of the Latin Benedict meaning blessed. F
178 Benito Spanish A Spanish diminutive of the Latin Benedict meaning blessed. Italian dictator Benito Mussolini died in 1945. M
179 Bernardo Spanish Strong as a bear. M
180 Bernicia Spanish One who brings victory. F
181 Berta Spanish Bright. F
182 Bertin Spanish Variant of Berton: Good friend. Famous Bearer: Canadian singer/songwriter Burton Cummings. M
183 Berto Spanish Intelligent. M
184 Berton Spanish Good friend. Famous Bearer: Canadian singer/songwriter Burton Cummings. M
185 Bettina Spanish A Spanish or Italian variant of the Hebrew Elizabeth; meaning 'My God is plentiful. F
186 Bibiana Spanish Lively. Variant of Vivian. F
187 Bienvenida Spanish Welcome. F
188 Blanca Spanish White; shining. A variant of the French Blanche. F
189 Blanco Spanish White; blond. M
190 Blandina Spanish Flattering. F
191 Blas Spanish Stutters. M
192 Blasa Spanish Stutters. F
193 Bonifacio Spanish Benefactor. M
194 Bonifaco Spanish Benefactor. M
195 Bonita Spanish Pretty little one. F
196 Breezy Spanish From Briseis, the woman Achilles loved in Homer's Iliad. F
197 Brigida Spanish Spanish form of Bridget: strong. F
198 Brigidia Spanish Spanish form of Bridget: strong. F
199 Brisa Spanish From Briseis, the woman Achilles loved in Homer's Iliad. F
200 Brisha Spanish From Briseis, the woman Achilles loved in Homer's Iliad. F