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Spanish names. Spanish male and female names

Abelardo - Spanish form of Latin Abelardus, meaning "noble strength."
Adolpho - Spanish form of Latin Adolphus, meaning "noble wolf."
Alano - Spanish form of Celtic Alan, possibly meaning "little rock." 
Alarico - Spanish form of Latin Alaricus, meaning "all-powerful; ruler of all."
Alejandro - Spanish form of Latin Alexandrus, meaning "defender of mankind."
Alejo - Pet form of Spanish Alejandro, meaning "defender."
Amado - Spanish and Filipino form of Latin Amatus, meaning "beloved."
Amador - Spanish form of Latin Amator, meaning "lover."
Amancio - Spanish form of Roman Latin Amantius, meaning "loving."
Amaranto - Spanish name derived from Latin Amaranthus, meaning "unfading."
Ambrosio - Spanish form of Latin Ambrosius, meaning "immortal."
Amidio - Variant spelling of Spanish Emidio, meaning "demigod; half-god." 
Amilcar - Spanish form of Phoenician Hamilcar, meaning "friend of Melqart." 
Apolinar - Spanish form of Roman Latin Apollinaris, meaning "of Apollo." 
Armando - Spanish form of German Harmand, meaning "bold/hardy man."
Atílio - Portuguese form of Roman Latin Atilius, possibly meaning "father."
Aureliano - Spanish form of Roman Latin Aurelianus, meaning "golden."
Babieca - Spanish name meaning "a simpleton; stupid." This wasthe name of the white Andalusian steed belonging to El Cid. According to legend, Babieca was frail and wild and when El Cid chose her, his godfather exclaimed"Babieca!" and so this became his name. But Babieca was notstupid; he became a great and famous warhorse and El Cid loved him so much herequested that he be buried with him in the monastery of San Pedro de Cardena. Unfortunately, his wish was not granted; instead Babieca was buried before the gate of the monastery and two elms were planted to mark the site.
Baldomero - Spanish name composed of the Germanic elements bald "bold, brave" and meri "famous," hence "bold and famous."
Balduíno - Portuguese form of Old High German Baldawin, meaning "brave friend."
Bautista - Spanish equivalent of Italian Battista, meaning "baptist."
Bayardo - Variant spelling of Spanish Bajardo, meaning "bay color." 
Benedicto - Spanish form of Latin Benedictus, meaning "blessed." 
Benito - Contracted form of Spanish Benedicto, meaning "blessed." 
Berenguer - Spanish form of Latin Berengarius, meaning "bear-spear."
Bermudo - Spanish form of Visigothic Vermundo, meaning "protector of man." 
Blas - Spanish form of Latin Blasius, meaning "talks with a lisp."
Bolívar - Spanish name derived from the Basque place name Bolibar, composed of bolu "mill" and ibar "meadow, riverbank," hence "meadow mill" or "riverbank mill."
Buenaventura - Spanish form of Italian Bonaventura, meaning "good fortune."
Camilo - Spanish form of Roman Latin Camillus, possibly meaning "attendant (for a temple)."
Candelario - Masculine form of Spanish Candelaria, meaning "candle."
Carmelo - Spanish masculine form of Latin Carmel, meaning "garden-land."
Cayo - Spanish form of Roman Latin Gaius, meaning "lord."
Che - Spanish name derived from the Argentinian word for "hey!"
Chucho - Pet form of Spanish Jesús, meaning "God is salvation."
Chus - Unisex pet form of Spanish Jesús and Jesúsa, meaning "God is salvation."
Chuy - Pet form of Spanish Jesús, meaning "God is salvation."
Conrado - Spanish form of German Conrad, meaning "bold counsel."
Cruz - Spanish unisex name meaning "cross."
Curro - Pet form of Spanish Francisco, meaning "French."
Custodio - Old Spanish name derived from Latin custodis, meaning "guardian, keeper."
Diego - Said to have been derived from Spanish Santiago ("St. James"), but in the Middle Ages Diego existed in the Latin forms Didacus and Didagus, causing some scholars to suspect that Diego may have originally derived from the Greek word didakhe, meaning "doctrine, teaching." 
Domingo - Spanish form of Latin Dominicus, meaning "belongs to the lord."
Doroteo - Spanish form of Latin Dorotheus, meaning "gift of God."
Edgardo - Spanish form of Anglo-Saxon Eádgár, meaning "rich spear." 
Eduardo - Spanish form of Latin Eduardus, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
Eladio - Spanish form of Latin Helladius, meaning "of Greece."
Eliseo - Italian and Spanish form of Hebrew Eliysha, meaning "God is salvation."
Elpidio - Italian and Spanish form of Latin Elpidius, meaning "hope."
Emidio - Spanish form of Latin Emidius, meaning "half-god, demigod." Literally, this name also means "weary, tired."
Emigdio - Spanish form of Latin Emygdius, meaning "half-god, demigod."
Emiliano - Italian and Spanish form of Latin Æmilianus, meaning "rival."
Emygdio - Spanish form of Latin Emygdius, meaning "half-god, demigod."
Enrique - Spanish form of Latin Henricus, meaning "home-ruler."
Epifanio - Spanish name derived from Latin epiphania, meaning "epiphany."
Ernesto - Italian and Spanish form of Latin Ernestus, meaning "battle (to the death), serious business."
Estavan - Spanish form of Latin Stephanus, meaning "crown."
Eugènio - Spanish form of Latin Eugenius (2), meaning "well born."
Eurico - Spanish form of Visigothic Euric, meaning "ever-ruler."
Eusbio - Spanish name derived from Latin Eusebius, meaning "pious."
Eutimio - Spanish form of Latin Euthymius, meaning "good-spirited."
Eutropio - Spanish form of Latin Eutropius, meaning "versatile."
Fabricio - Spanish form of Roman Latin Fabricius, meaning "craftsman."
Faramundo - Italian and Spanish form of German Faramund, meaning "journey protection."
Federico - Italian and Spanish form of Latin Fredericus, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Flávio - Portuguese form of Roman Latin Flavius, meaning "yellow hair."
Fons - Short form of Italian/Spanish Alfonso, meaning "noble and ready."
Fonsie - Pet form of Italian/Spanish Alfonso, meaning "noble and ready."
Fulgencio - Spanish form of Latin Fulgentius, meaning "shining."
Gabino - Spanish form of Latin Gabinus, meaning "of Gabium."
Gaël - Masculine form of French Gaëlle, meaning "holy and generous."
Geraldo - Spanish form of Latin Geraldus, meaning "spear ruler."
Gerardo - Italian and Spanish form of Old High German Gerhard, meaning "spear strong."
Gervasi - Spanish form of Latin Gervasius, meaning "spear servant."
Gilberto - Spanish form of Latin Gilebertus, meaning "pledge-bright."
Goito - Spanish pet form of Portuguese/Spanish Gregorio, meaning "watchful; vigilant."
Goyo - Spanish pet form of Portuguese/Spanish Gregorio, meaning "watchful; vigilant."
Gualtiero - Italian and Spanish form of Old High German Walther, meaning "ruler of the army."
Guilermo - Spanish form of Latin Guillelmus, meaning "will-helmet."
Guillermo - Spanish form of Latin Guillelmus, meaning "will-helmet."
Guiomar - Spanish name of Germanic origin, possibly meaning "famous in battle." In the 13th century Vulgate Cycle of Arthurian romance, Sir Guiomar is the proud and beautiful knight of the crystal stream.
Heriberto - Spanish form of Latin Herbertus, meaning "bright army."
Hermínio - Portuguese form of Latin Hermanus, meaning "army man."
Hieronimo - Spanish form of Latin Hieronymus, meaning "holy name."
Humberto - Spanish form of Latin Humbertus, possibly meaning "bright support." 
H�ctor - Spanish form of Latin Hector, meaning "defend; hold fast."
Ignacio - Spanish form of Latin Ignatius, possibly meaning "unknowing."
Ildefonso - Spanish form of Visigothic Hildefons, meaning "battle-ready."
Iñigo - Variant spelling of Spanish Iñjgo, probably meaning "my little one."
Isandro - Spanish form of Latin Lysander, meaning "freer; liberator."
Ismael - Spanish form of Hebrew Yishmael, meaning "God will hear."
Jacobo - Spanish form of Latin Jacobus, meaning "supplanter."
Jenaro - Spanish form of Roman Latin Januarius, meaning "January."
Joaquin - Spanish form of Hebrew Yehowyakiyn, meaning "God establishes."
Josué - Portuguese form of Hebrew Yehowshuwa, meaning "God issalvation."
Juanito - Pet form of Spanish Juan, meaning "God is gracious." This is the masculine form of Juanita.
Ladislao - Spanish form of Latin Ladislaus, meaning "rules with glory."
Lalo - Pet form of Spanish Eduardo, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
Leoncio - Spanish form of Latin Leontius, meaning "lion-like."
Lino - Italian and Spanish form of Latin Linus, meaning either "a cry of grief" or "flax, linen."
Lope - Spanish form of Latin Lupus, meaning "wolf."
Lorencio - Spanish form of Roman Latin Laurentius, meaning "of Laurentum."
Lúcio - Portuguese form of Roman Latin Lucius, meaning "light."
Manolete - Pet form of Spanish Manuel, meaning "God is with us."
Manolito - Pet form of Spanish Manuel, meaning "God is with us."
Manolo - Pet form of Spanish Manuel, meaning "God is with us." 
Márcio - Portuguese form of Roman Latin Marcius, meaning "defense" or "of the sea."
Mário - Portuguese form of Latin Marius, meaning "male, virile."
Mateo - Spanish form of Hebrew Mattithyah, meaning "gift of God."
Melchor - Spanish form of biblical Melchior, meaning "king of light."
Miguel - Spanish form of Greek Michaēl, meaning "who is like God?"
Nacho - Pet form of Spanish Ignacio, possibly meaning "unknowing."
Nacio - Pet form of Spanish Ignacio, possibly meaning "unknowing."
Nicolao - Spanish form of Latin Nicolaus, meaning "victor of the people."
Novio - Spanish name meaning "boyfriend."
Octavio - Spanish form of Roman Latin Octavius, meaning "eighth."
Odalis - Spanish unisex form of French Odilon, meaning "wealthy."
Olegario - Spanish form of Germanic Heilgar, meaning "hearty spearman."
Ovídio - Portuguese form of Roman Latin Ovidius, meaning "sheep herder."
Pablo - Spanish form of Latin Paulus, meaning "small."
Paco - Spanish pet form of Portuguese/Spanish Francisco, meaning "French."
Pancho - Spanish pet form of Portuguese/Spanish Francisco, meaning "French."
Paquito - Spanish pet form of Portuguese/Spanish Francisco, meaning "French."
Pascual - Spanish form of Latin Paschalis, meaning "Passover; Easter."
Pastor - Spanish name derived from Latin Pastor, meaning "shepherd." St. Pastor was a 9-year-old boy who along with his 13-year-old brother, Justus, was martyred at Alcalá de Henares in the early 4th century.
Pepe -   Diminutive form of Italian Giuseppe, meaning "(God) shall add (another son)." 
Pepito - Spanish diminutive form of Portuguese/Spanish José, meaning "(God) shall add (another son)." 
Pino -   Italian and Spanish name derived from the word pino, meaning "pine tree." 
Poncio - Spanish form of Roman Latin Pontius, meaning "of the sea; seaman."
Porfirio - Italian and Spanish form of Greek Porphyrios, meaning "purple."
Primo - Italian and Spanish form of Latin Primus, meaning "first."
Prospero - Italian and Spanish form of Latin Prosperus, meaning "fortunate, successful." Shakespeare used this name in his play "The Tempest."
Prudencio - Spanish form of Latin Prudentius, meaning "cautious."
Quique -   Pet form of Roman Latin Quirinus, meaning "men together."
Rainerio - Spanish form of German Rainer, meaning "wise warrior."
Ramiro - Spanish form of Latin Ramirus, meaning "wise and famous."

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