Respelling of the Spanish surname Cordero. More commonly found as a surname. The surname was an occupational one adopted by families who made their living as sheperds.
More commonly found as a surname. The surname was an occupational one adopted by families who made their living as sheperds.
Of Spanish origin but not in use as a firstname in Spanish speaking countries.
Also commonly found used as a surname.
Famous bearers of this Spanish form of Ferdinand include Formula One driver Fernando Alonso, Chilean tennis player Fernando González and poet Fernando Pessoa.
'Fernando' is also the name of a song by the Swedish pop band ABBA.
Blending of the Spanish compound name José Luis.
Used in the US as a variant spelling of Marquis.
Marqués is the Spanish word for the nobility rank marquis.
Marques is a surname of Southern French origin (Occitan), Catalan (Marquès), and Spanish origin (Marqués): from marqués ‘marq
Blending of the Spanish compound name Miguel Angel.
A combination of san (saint) and Ana.
Iago is the Spanish version of James. Santiago de Compostela (Saint James of Compostela) in Spain is a Christian pilgrimage destination that has been popular since the Middle Ages.
The Old Man and the Sea is a short novel written by Ernest
Portuguese form of Santiago.
The name of a heroine of traditional Basque stories of the knight Teodosio de Goni.
Spanish feminine adjective for 'white', from blanco.
From the Spanish vocabulary word meaning "breeze". Brisa does not appear to be a first name in Spanish-speaking country.
From the Spanish 'chica' which means 'little one'.
The Spanish word for heaven. Some have used this word as a name.
From the Latin 'consolare', 'solace'. The name originates from the practice of using the names of festivals in honour of the Virgin Mary as given names. This name has particular Spanish roots.
The meaning of this name is uncertain but there might be a relation with Cora.
A derivation from María de los Dolores, "Mary of Sorrows."
Means "emerald" in Spanish. In Victor Hugo's novel 'The Hunchback of Notre Dame' Esmeralda is the Gypsy girl whom Quasimodo is in love with. Another literary connection for Esmeralda would be in J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings" in which Esmeralda
The Spanish for "hope".
From the Late Latin name Sperantia which was derived from "sperans," "hope."
Spanish noun meaning star, Spanish form of Stella.
Our Lady of Guadalupe was a Mexican Virgin Mary apparition of the 16th century. She is a symbol of the Mexican nation. Our Lady of Guadalupe also applies to a Castilian apparition of the 14th century.
There are various places named Guadalup
Isamar is likely a shortened version of "Isabel del Mar."
The popularity and use of this name can be attributed to the mexican born Karyme Lozano, one of the most recognizable actresses involved in international television. Another case of this same kind of popularity can be evidenced in the name Arleth.
Modern coinage. Litzy is perhaps copied on Mitzie. This is the name of a Mexican pop singer, who may be responsible for the recent fashion for the name.
Spanish name composed from Maria and Isabel.
It may also stand as a variant of the name Mariabella and then mean "beautiful Maria".
Spanish name associated with the cult of the Virgin Mary, from the liturgical title "Maria de las Mercedes" (Mary of the Mercies; 'Our Lady of Ransom').
Latin 'mercedes' originally meant 'wages' or 'ransom'.
In Christian theology, Christ's
'La Paloma' is a song by Sebastián Iradier, composed following a visit to Cuba.
Paloma is the daughter of Pablo Picasso. She appeared in several of his paintings such as 'Paloma in Blue'.
Modern trendy respelling of the traditional Savannah.
Alternate spelling of Savannah.
A savanna (also spelled "savannah") is a large, grassy plateau. Savannah is the name of a large city in the U.S. state of Georgia. It is also the name of a breed of cat.
The Spanish word for a range of mountains is sierra. The name's popularity likely came from Americans using it in homage to the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Of uncertain origin; means 'earth' in Spanish, but may also be a respelling of Tiara.