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Latin American names

#Name Meaning
1 Abantiadesdescendant of abas
2 AbrilThe month April; symbolizes spring.
3 Academianamed for ciceros villa
4 Academicusname of a philosopher
5 Acarnaniafrom arcanania
6 Acarnanusfrom acarnania
7 Acciusa roman poet
8 Achaeana greek
9 Achaemenesa persian
10 Achaemeniusa persian
11 Achaeusa greek
12 Achatesa friend of aeneas
13 Acherosriver of sorrow
14 Achillidesdescendant of achilles
15 Achivusa greek
16 Acidalianamed for venus
17 Acrisioniadesdescendant of acrisius
18 Actaeona hunter
19 Actaeonisa hunter
20 Actaeusfrom athens
21 Actorson of azeus
22 Actorisson of azeus
23 Adalirafairy of the harp
24 AdiranFrom the Adriatic.
25 Adokof the adriatic
26 AdolfoVariant of Adolph: Noble wolf.
27 Adorabeloved one
28 Adorabellaadored beauty
29 Adorabelleadored beauty
30 AdoréeGlory, adored
31 Adoriaglory
32 Adrasteiaunyielding
33 AdrianFrom the Latin Hadrianus meaning of Adria or of the Adriatic sea region. Pope Adrian IV was a 12 century British Pope who became popular in the 1980s when Sue Townsend published 'The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole'.
34 AdrianoDark; Variant of Adrian. From Adria.: (The Adriatic sea region.).
35 Adriecoming from or resident of Adria
36 AdrielGod's flock; from God's congregation.
37 Adrikof the adriatic
38 Aeafrom aea
39 Aegaeafrom the aegean sea
40 Aegaeusfrom the aegean sea
41 Aegatesfrom the aegates
42 Aegeriacumaean
43 Aegeuskid
44 Aeginamother of aeacus
45 Aeginaemother of aeacus
46 Aemilianusfrom the roman clan name aemilius
47 AemiliusEagerly
48 Aeneadesdescended from aeneas
49 Aeoliadaughter of amythaon
50 Aeoliusmythical keeper of the winds
51 Aerionabeauty
52 Aeschylusathenian poet
53 Aesclapiusgod of medicine
54 Aethiopsan ethiopian
55 AggieVirtuous, Good
56 Agostodeserving of respect
57 Agostonmajestic
58 Agrafineborn feet first
59 Agrippinacolonist
60 Agrippinaecolonist
61 Agustinamajestic, grand
62 Agustinodeserving of respect
63 AidaHappy. Famous bearer: The Ethiopian princess in Verdi's opera 'Aida'. Also a Japanese surname: runs across the field.
64 Alacibiadesname of an athenian politician
65 Alaidawinged
66 Alaurafrom the laurel tree
67 AlbanWhite
68 AlbanoWhite
69 AlbanyWhite
70 Albenfair blond
71 Albinkablond
72 AlbionWhite
73 Albulafrom the tiber
74 Alcaeusa greek poet
75 Alcamenemother of hercules
76 Alcimedemother of jason
77 Alcmenamother of hercules
78 Alcumenamother of hercules
79 Aldnousfather of nausicaa
80 Aledasmall and winged
81 Aleeciaderived from alice
82 AleeshaOf noble birth
83 Alenjandrodefender of men
84 AleraEagle
85 Aleriaeagle
86 Alerioeagle
87 Alewndrinadefender of man
88 Alexandrianadefender of man
89 Alexandteadefender of man
90 Alexiahangel from the heavens above
91 Alexondradefender of man
92 AlidaOf noble birth
93 Alishia(Woman) of noble stature, nature
94 Alisia(Woman) of noble stature, nature
95 AllegraMeaning cheerful or lively, related to the musical term allegro. Allegra was the name given by the poet Byron to his illegitimate daughter born in 1817.
96 AllinaBeauty, Nobel
97 Allisandraof great nature
98 AlmaGirl
99 Almetaambitious
100 Almyiegal
101 Alomadove abbreviation of paloma
102 Aluldwinged
103 AlvaFeminine form of Alvin: Wise friend. From the Old English Aetheiwine, and also Aefwine, both meaning noble friend. Various forms of Alvin in use after the Norman Conquest became surnames, and also first names.
104 AlverResolute
105 Alvernspring, greening see also elvern
106 AlviraLover
107 AlyciaNoble, kind
108 AlynaNoble
109 AlyshaOf noble birth
110 Amabelvariant of Amabilis
111 AmabelleLief
112 AmabilisBeautiful, beautiful
113 Amablevariant of Amabilis
114 AmadeaGod `s love
115 AmadeeGod `s love
116 AmadeusLoving God
117 Amadinaworthy of god
118 Amadineworthy of god
119 Amadioloves god
120 Amadislove of god
121 AmaliaVariant of Amelia: From the Old German Amalburga, meaning labour and the Latin Aemilia.
122 AmalieYoked strijdens, Hardworking
123 AmandaFrom the Latin word amanda, meaning "lovable." Literary; poets and playwrights brought this name into popular usage in the seventeenth century.
124 AmandineWorthy of love
125 AmarantaFlower That Never Fades
126 Amdisimmortal
127 AmeliaVariant of Amelia: From the Old German Amalburga, meaning labour and the Latin Aemilia.
128 Amelindahard at work
129 Amelitahard at work
130 Americaland of the prince
131 AmericusHome Ruler
132 AmiasFrom the Old French name derived from Latin 'amatus' meaning loved. In use since at least the 12th century. Used by 19th century British writer Charles Kingsley for the hero of his novel 'Westward Ho!'.
133 AmiliaEagerly
134 AmityFriend. Friendship.
135 Amorettalittle love
136 Amorettelittle love
137 Amorinalove
138 Amphitryohusband of akmene
139 AmyDearly loved; Beloved. From the Old French Amee, which derives from the Latin amatus meaning loved. In common use after publication of American Louisa May Alcott's 'Little Women'.
140 AmyasFrom the Old French name derived from Latin 'amatus' meaning loved. In use since at least the 12th century. Used by 19th century British writer Charles Kingsley for the hero of his novel 'Westward Ho!'.
141 Amyntaprotector
142 Amyntasprotector
143 AnabelGracious, charming beauty
144 Anabelledelicious
145 Anacreonname of an ancient poet
146 Anahellabeautiful graceful
147 Analiciarewarded with gods bounty
148 Analisarewarded with gods bounty
149 Analisiagraced with gods bounty
150 Analissagraced with gods bounty
151 Ancilea king of rome
152 Ancyrafrom ankara
153 AndesOf the Andes Mountains
154 AndreanaFeminine form of Andrea: manly.
155 Andrionof the adriatic
156 Andromachawife of hector
157 AngelaFeminine form of Angelo: Messenger of God; angel.
158 AngelicaMessenger Of God
159 AngeloMessenger. Biblical name for spirit messengers God sends men.
160 Angeronagoddess of anguish
161 AngieMessenger Of God
162 Anguisdragon
163 AnitaGracious, sweet and bitter, sad
164 AnjelikaAngel
165 Ankarafrom ankara
166 Anna-Perennadaughter of dido
167 AnnabellaVariant of Annabel: Variant of the Latin Amabel. Edgar Allan Poe's poem 'Annahel Lee' made the form Annabel popular throughout the English-speaking world in the 19th century. The form Annabelle became popular in the mid-2Oth century.
168 Annalissagraced with gods bounty
169 AnnicaMerciful, sweet
170 Annonagoddess of the harvest
171 AnnunciataAnnunciation
172 Anonaseasonal plantings connection to natural
173 Ansaconstant
174 AnseConstant
175 AntalBoth Antal and Anthony are derived from the ancient Latin name Antonius. Scholars believe the meaning of that name has been lost. However, among Hungarians, the name Antal is popularly believed to mean ''Precious.''
176 Antanasbeyond praise
177 Antandraan amazon
178 Antanelisbeyond praise
179 Antanukasbeyond praise
180 Antenoran elder of troy
181 Antisthenesname of a philosopher
182 AntoinThe invaluable
183 AntoinettaFlower
184 Antonellapraiseworthy feminine of anthony
185 AntonettaFlower
186 AntonetteThe invaluable
187 Antoniquepraiseworthy feminine of anthony
188 Antoniybeyond praise
189 AntonyFlower
190 Anttonbeyond praise
191 Apollodorusname of a greek writer
192 Apollonisone of the muses worshipped at delphi
193 Apriafrom the apricot
194 AprilOpening buds of spring; born in April.
195 Apuliafrom the river apulia
196 AquanettaContemporary created name. Aqua is the blue-green sea color.
197 Aquariustthe water bearer
198 Aquiinaeaglelike
199 Aquilineeaglelike
200 Aquitaniafrom aquitaine
201 ArabiaPerson From Arabic Region
202 Arcananiafrom arcanania
203 Arcasson of callisto
204 Arcitenensarcher
205 Ardeafrom ardea
206 ArdelleEager. Industrious.
207 ArdenFrom The Eagle Valley
208 Ardinfiery
209 Ardinaardent eager industrious
210 Ardiniaardent eager industrious
211 ArdisEagerly
212 Argentasilver
213 Argentiasilver
214 Argentinasilver
215 Argolisfrom argos
216 AriobananesName of a king
217 Aristodemedaughter of priam
218 Aristophanesname of a poet
219 AristotelesAristos Greek of the `best 'and' telos consummation, fulfillment. It is the name of the famous Greek philosopher (384-322 BC)..
220 ArmandoArmy man. Variant of Herman.
221 Armeniafrom armenia
222 ArmidaSmall armed
223 Armillaa bracelet
224 ArminaWarrior maiden.
225 Armindathe protector, little armed one
226 Arrianholy
227 Arroserose
228 Arrunskilled turnus
229 Arseniafeminine of arsenio
230 Arunskilled turnus
231 Arvalisfrom the cultivated land
232 Arviafrom the seashore
233 Asclepiusgod of medicine
234 Asiannemother of atlas
235 Assamother of simon
236 AstaBright As A Star
237 Asterevered sacred
238 Asteriaa star
239 Astynaxson of hector
240 Astynomedaughter of chryses
241 Atabulussoutheastem wind
242 Atellafrom atella
243 AtheneA pre-Hellenic name of unknown origin. Name of the daughter of Zeus, goddess of Athens and of wisdom in Greek mythology (compare Minerva to the Romans). As for the name Du. found in families with a Greek father or mother.
244 Atreusfather of agamemnon
245 Atridesdescended from atreus
246 Atthisfrom attica
247 Atticafrom attica
248 AubertaFeminine variant of Albert.
249 Auereliegold
250 Auerliogods
251 Aufidusfrom the river apulia
252 Augeasking of elis
253 Augiediminutive of august, deserving of respect
254 Augustawho is praised
255 Augustewho is praised
256 Augustuswho is praised
257 AugustyMajestic
258 Augydiminutive of august, deserving of respect
259 Aulairewell spoken
260 Aulisa praxidicae
261 AuraGlowing Light
262 AureaGold
263 Aureliagold
264 AurélieGolden
265 Aureliengods
266 Aurelinegolden
267 Aureliusgold
268 Aurenegold
269 Auriellegold
270 Aurigawagoner
271 Aurigowagoner
272 Auriliagold
273 AurumGlowing Dawn
274 Austinewho is praised
275 Automatiafortuna
276 AutumnBorn in the fall; The fall season.
277 AuvitaYouthful
278 Avaa variation on the medieval names Avis and Aveline
279 AvalonApple Island
280 AvaroWhite
281 AveDiminutive of Averill: Fighting swine
282 Avernaqueen of the under world
283 AvinaDiminutive of Averill: Fighting swine
284 AvisBelieved to have been introduced during the Norman Conquest, based either on Old German names, or on the Roman name Avitius. Refuge in battle.
285 Axenusfrom the black sea
286 Ayriaunaholy or strong
287 Azurebluish color
288 Bacchusgod of wine
289 Baibinastrong
290 Balarastrong
291 Balazastutters
292 Balbasspeaker
293 Balbinestrong
294 Balboinarticulate
295 BaranNoble warrior.
296 Barb"Savage" or "wild"
297 Barbara"Savage" or "wild"
298 BarbraBorn abroad, foreign
299 BastianAdored
300 BeataOne who has been blessed.
301 BeateHappy
302 BeatrizBrings happiness. Brings joy.
303 Beattybearer of happiness or blessing
304 BellaSometimes used as an independent name associated with the French word belle, meaninn beautiful.
305 Belusking of tyre
306 BelvaCombination Of Bella And Alva
307 Bencethe blessed
308 Bendikthe blessed
309 Beneciathe blessed
310 Benedekthe blessed
311 Benedictathe blessed
312 BenedicteDanish and Norwegian feminine form of Benedict.
313 Benedidthe blessed
314 BenediktaOne who is blessed.
315 Benediktethe blessed
316 BenettVariant of Benjamin: Right-hand son. Also a variant of Benedict.
317 Bengtstrong and brave as a bear
318 Beniciafeminine of benedict
319 BenitaWest-Brabant name
320 BenkeStrong or brave as a bear
321 BennettVariant of Benedict, meaning blessed, from the Old French. Became a common British surname after being introduced to Britian during the Norman Conquest.
322 Beroetraveled with aeneas
323 BettaBabette French shortening or variant of (a shortening) or Elisabeth Berta.
324 BiancaWhite; shining. A variant of the French Blanche.
325 Bibianalively, full of life
326 Bingerconqueror
327 Bithyniamother of amycus
328 Bittorconqueror
329 BittoreVictor
330 Blandineflattering, loving, friendly
331 BlandonSoft
332 BlankaWhite (blonde), Blank, White
333 Blasiastammers
334 Blayseone who stutters
335 Blendadazzling bright
336 Bolbea nymph
337 Bona-Dearelated to the faunus
338 BonaventureGood Luck
339 Bonifacebenefactor
340 BonifaciusDoes good.
341 Bonifaeygood
342 Bonnibelgood
343 Borbalastranger
344 Borscastranger
345 Borskastranger
346 BrazStutterer
347 Bremusaan amazon
348 BrendsVictorious
349 BrinaDefender
350 Britaniaa poetic name for great britain
351 BrittanieOriginally the ancient duchy of Bretagne in France. Celtic Bretons emigrated from France to become the Bretons of England.
352 Brittanyaa poetic name for great britain
353 Bromiusgod of wine
354 BrutusHeavy, Muscular
355 Bubonagoddess of cattle
356 Bucerhorned
357 Cacadaughter of vukan
358 Cacueson of vukan
359 CadenceVariant of Cady meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds.
360 Caeceliusimpaired
361 CaeliSlim
362 Caenisdaughter of atrax
363 Caezarhairy
364 CaiaHappy
365 Caietanursed aeneas
366 Cajetanrejoiced
367 Calciamother of cycnus
368 Caledoniafrom scotland
369 Calendaefirst
370 Calesfrom cales
371 Calleoknowing
372 Callidafiery
373 Callimaehllsname of a poet
374 Camelaiflower name
375 CameliaYoung, Virginal
376 CameoA carved gem portrait.
377 CamlineSong
378 CammiFree-born; noble. Variant of Camilla who was the swift-running warrior maid in Virgil's 'Aeneid'.
379 CandidaPure white or
380 CandidePure white or
381 Canenswife of picus
382 CannentaHealer
383 CanniaSong
384 CannineCrimson
385 CantaSong
386 Cantabriafrom cantabria
387 CantilenaSong
388 Cantorsinger
389 Cantrixsinger
390 Capitaa name referring to the minerva
391 Cappadociafrom cappadocia
392 Capricornthe goat
393 Captaa name referring to the minerva
394 Carinnalittle darling
395 Carissimadearest
396 CaritaDear
397 CaritasLoving, merciful
398 Carlameans the same as guy
399 Carlitoman
400 CarmeaSong
401 CarmenGarden. The Spanish form of the Hebrew Carmel. Famous bearer: Bizet's opera 'Carmen', first performed in 1875.
402 CarmentisHealer
403 CarminSong
404 Carneadesname of a philosopher
405 Carneliana red gem
406 Carrinalittle darling
407 CarstenChristian
408 Carstonchristian
409 Caryadaughter of dion
410 Carynakeel
411 Casildavirgin
412 Casperiasecond wife of rhoetus
413 Cassielangel of saturday, the earthly mother
414 CassiusVain. Famous bearers include the boxer Muhammad Ali (his original birth name).
415 Catenaretrained
416 Catoclean or pure
417 Catullusname of a poet
418 Catusshrewd
419 Cavillorcritical
420 Ceasarto cut
421 CeciliaGhost
422 Cedlimpaired
423 Cedlioimpaired
424 Ceglusemother of asopus
425 Ceilabbreviation of cecilia, blind
426 Celeabbreviation of cecilia, blind
427 Celeniaderived from celia or selena
428 Celennederived from celia or selena
429 Celerespaladin
430 CelesteDivine
431 CelestineDivine
432 CelestunHeavenly
433 CeliaHeaven
434 CelinaDivine
435 CelistineHeavenly
436 Centaurushalf man half horse
437 Cepheusfather of andromeda
438 Cerberusguard of hades
439 CesarThick Head Of Hair
440 Cesareohairy
441 Ceteriathe other ones
442 CezarHead of hair
443 Cezaryhairy
444 Cezekhairy
445 ChaelWho is like God
446 Chalciopedaughter of eurypylus
447 Chasitypurity, innocence
448 Chastapurity, innocence
449 Chastinapurity, innocence
450 Chastinepurity, innocence
451 Chaucerchancellor
452 Chaucorchancellor
453 Chauncorychancellor
454 Chiarabright, shiny, glossy
455 ChristabellaDesignated, follower of Christ
456 ChristahellaBeautiful
457 ChristiannChristian
458 Chrysespriest of apollo
459 Chrysogeneiadaughter of halmus
460 Chrysonoedaughter of cleitus
461 ChrystalCrystal
462 Chumanavariation of christiana follower of christ
463 Chysedaughter of pallas
464 Cicelyimpaired
465 CicilyGhost
466 Ciliciaancient province of asia
467 CinderellaLittle cinder girl. The name of a fairy-tale heroine.
468 Cinxiaa name referring to juno
469 CissyDiminutive of Christie: Diminutives of any masculine or feminine name begining with Christ-, for example Christahel, Christian, or Christopher.
470 Cladianlame
471 Clanbellashining
472 Clarahelleshining
473 ClarenceFrom the surname and place name Clare, meaning bright or clear. Famous bearers: George, Duke of Clarence, brother of King Edward IV and King Richard III, who is traditionally believed to have drowned in Malmsey wine.
474 ClarensisOne who lives by the river Clare
475 Claribelleshining
476 ClarindeClear, bright beauty
477 Clarissabright, shiny, glossy
478 Clarrisabright, shiny, glossy
479 ClaudeFrom the Roman clan name Claudius, derived from the latin meaning lame. F: Claudette, Claudia, Claudine.
480 Claudialame
481 Claudionlame
482 ClementeSoft
483 Clodiuslame
484 Cloniaamazon
485 Coclesa hero who saved rome
486 ColumbiaA Dove
487 Columbinedove versatile loving emotional
488 Conceptionunderstanding
489 Concordeaharmony
490 Concordiaharmony
491 Constantiosconstant
492 ConstanzeSteadfast
493 CorbettRaven. Variant of Corbet: Black-haired.
494 CorbinA
495 CornelVariant of Cornell: College; name of a town.
496 CorneliaThe horned
497 Cornelioushorn
498 CorneliusThe horned
499 Cornellafeminine of cornelius, horn
500 Corniliushorn
501 CorwinFrom beyond the hill.
502 CowinRaven
503 Crépincurly, frizzy, curly head
504 CrescentiaCrescent-Shaped, Moon
505 CreteDim. Of LUCRETIA
506 Crispencurly-haired
507 Crispiancurly, frizzy, curly head
508 Crispincurly, frizzy, curly head
509 Crispinacurly haired
510 Crispinocurly-haired
511 Crispocurly-haired
512 Cristabelbeautiful christian
513 Cristabellbeautiful christian
514 CristionaChristian
515 CrystalCrystal
516 CurtDiminutive of Curtis: From a surname derived from the Old French 'curteis' meaning courteous. Also, from the court.
517 CurtisFrom a surname derived from the Old French 'curteis' meaning courteous..
518 CustelleMajestic
519 Cypriennefrom cyprus
520 Dabrianame of an angel
521 DaceyOf the nobility.
522 DacianVariant of Dacey: From the south.
523 Darianna
524 Darielefeminine of darius, a persian royal name
525 Dariellefeminine of darius, a persian royal name
526 Dariennefeminine of darius, a persian royal name
527 Darrellefeminine of darius, a persian royal name
528 Dea-Romagoddess of rome
529 DeannaFrom the valley. Variant of Diana meaning divine.
530 DeanneVariant of Diane: The French form of the Latin Diana. Mythological ancient Roman divinity Diana was noted for beauty and swiftness; often depicted as a huntress. Greek goddess of the moon.
531 Decimathe tenth
532 Dedoprotector of the people
533 Deidameiadaughter of bellerphon
534 Delfinadolphin
535 Deliceadelicious
536 Deliciaedelicious
537 Delorasfrom the seashore
538 DeloresVariant of Dolores: sorrows.
539 Delorosfrom the seashore
540 Demonassawife of hippolochus
541 Derimacheiaamazon
542 Derinowamazon
543 Desiderusyearning, sorrow
544 Desiratadesired
545 DeverraGoddess of birth
546 Devinadivine one
547 Devotadevoted
548 DexterFrom a surname meaning 'dyer'.
549 Dextonderived from dexter right-handed
550 Dextraflexible


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