Portuguese, Spanish and Italian form of Alfred.
The name has been borne by various South American Presidents: Alfredo Stroessner - President of Paraguay from 1954 to 89, Alfredo Zayas y Alfonso - President of Cuba from 1921 to 25, Alfredo P
The exact origin and etymology of the name Braulio is unclear, although it is a Spanish name which stems from an ancient Germanic root name meaning "shine" or "fire". It is found more commonly as a surname than as a given name.
Carlos I of Portugal was the penultimate King there. He was assassinated in 1908, along with his son and heir. Carlos Slim Helú is a Mexican businessman, he has recently been reported as the richest man in the world.
Carlos was the 11th mos
More commonly found as a surname. The surname was an occupational one adopted by families who made their living as sheperds.
Also commonly found used as a surname.
Spanish cognate of Stephen (crown, garland).
Alternate spelling of the Spanish cognate of Stephen, which is from the Latin Stephanus, a derivative of the Greek Stephanos, which has its root in stephanos (a crown, a garland).
Spanish and Portugese cognate of Ezekiel.
The origin and meaning of this name are completely unknown. Its recent popularity (from nothing to 674 on the US top 1000 names list according to the Social Security Administration) seems to have come from the popularity of the Grammy winning Puerto Rican
It is possible that this name has Greek roots and is dervied from the name Deianira, but the link isn't entirely clear. It also may have roots in the Indian or Sanskrit name Daya or Dayamayee, which both mean "kind" or "kindness". Regardles of it's mury
Diminutive feminine form of the Spanish cognate of Stephen, which is from the Latin Stephanus, a derivative of the Greek Stephanos, which has its root in stephanos (a crown, a garland).
Feminine form of the Spanish cognate of Stephen, which is from the Latin Stephanus, a derivative of the Greek Stephanos, which has its root in stephanos (a crown, a garland).
Latinate form of Eve, Eva was also used to Anglicize Aoife in Ireland, an old name believed to be derived from aoibh (beauty). Eabha is the Gaelic form of Eva.
Eva Braun was the companion and later the wife of Adolf Hitler. Eva Perón (also
Latin form of Mary.
It arose as a back-formation from the early Christian Greek name Mariam, which was taken as a Latin accusative case, and is ultimately derived from Hebrew Miryam.
In the English-speaking world, Maria was the writ
An elaboration of Maria.
Spanish for of Jamila, used by many hispanic people, particularly Cuban.
Spanish for of Jamila, used by many hispanic people, particularly Venezualian.
Modern respelling of the legitimate masculine Hebrew name, Areli.
Also could be a shortened form of nickname for Ariela or Aurelio/Aurelia. Found more frequently used in the Hispanic/Latino culture.