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AARÓN: Spanish form of Aaron, meaning "high mountain."
ABRAAM: Old Spanish form of Abraham, meaning "father of a multitude."
ABRAHÁN: Spanish form of Abraham, meaning "father of a multitude."
ADALBERTO: Variant of Italian/Spanish Alberto, meaning "bright nobility."
ADÁN: Spanish form of Adam, meaning "earth."
ADOLPHO: Spanish form of Adolf, meaning "noble wolf."
ADRIÁN: Spanish form of Latin Hadrianus, meaning "from Hadria."
AGAPETO: Variant of Italian/Spanish Agapito, meaning "beloved."
AGAPITO: Italian and Spanish form of Latin Agapitus, meaning "beloved."
AGUSTIN (Agustín): Spanish form of Augustine, meaning "venerable."
ALANO: Spanish form of Alan, meaning "handsome."
ALARICO: Spanish form of Alaric, meaning "all-powerful; ruler of all."
ALBERTO: Italian and Spanish form of English Albert, meaning "bright nobility."
ALEJANDRO: Spanish form of Alexander, meaning "defender of mankind."
ALEJO: Spanish form of Greek Alexius, meaning "defender."
ALFONSO: Italian and Spanish name derived from Visigothic Adalfuns, meaning "noble and ready."
ALFREDO: Italian and Spanish form of English Alfred, meaning "elf counsel."
ALONSO: Spanish variant of Alfonso, meaning "noble and ready."
ALVARO (Álvaro): Spanish form of Visigothic Alewar, meaning "guard of all."
AMADIS: Spanish form of Roman Latin Amadeus, meaning "to love God."
AMADO: Spanish and Filipino form of Roman Latin Amatus, meaning "beloved."
AMANCIO: Spanish form of Roman Latin Amantius, meaning "loving."
AMBROSIO: Spanish form of Latin Ambrosius, meaning "immortal."
AMIDIO: Variant of Spanish Emidio, meaning "demigod; half-god."
AMILCAR: Spanish form of Phoenician Hamilcar, meaning "friend of Melqart."
ANACLETO: Italian and Spanish form of Latin Anacletus, meaning "called back; invoked."
ANASTAS: Russian and Spanish form of Latin Anastasius, meaning "resurrection."
ANBESSA: Spanish name meaning "lion."
ANDRÉS: Spanish form of Andrew, meaning "man; warrior."
ANIBAL: Portuguese and Spanish form of Phoenician Hannibal, meaning "grace of Ba'al."
ANSELMO: Italian and Spanish form of German Anselm, meaning "God-protection."
ANTONIO: Italian and Spanish form of Roman Antonius, possibly meaning "invaluable."
APOLINAR: Spanish form of Greek Apollinaris, possibly meaning "destroyer."
ARMANDO: Italian and Spanish form of German Harmand, meaning "bold/hardy man."
ARSENIO: Italian and Spanish form of Greek Arsenios, meaning "virile."
ARTURO: Italian and Spanish form of Arthur. The meaning is disputed; see Arthur.
ASDRUBAL: Spanish form of Phoenician Hasdrubal, meaning "Ba'al helps."
ATILIO: Spanish form of Roman Atilius, of unknown meaning.
AUGUSTO: Italian and Spanish form of Roman Augustus, meaning "venerable."
AURELIANO: Spanish form of Roman Aurelianus, meaning "golden."
AURELIO: Italian and Spanish form of Roman Aurelius, meaning "golden."
BALDOMERO: Spanish name of Germanic origin, derived from the elements bald "bold, brave" and meri "famous."
BALDUINO: Spanish form of English Baldwin, meaning "brave friend."
BARTOLOME (Bartolomé): Spanish form of Bartholomew, meaning "son of Talmai."
BASILIO: Italian and Spanish form of English Basil, meaning "king."
BAUTISTA: Spanish form of French Baptiste, meaning "baptist."
BELTRAN (Beltrán): Spanish form of English Bertram, meaning "bright raven."
BENIGNO: Italian and Spanish form of Latin Benignus, meaning "kind."
BENITO: Spanish form of Benedict, meaning "blessed."
BERENGÁR: Portuguese and Spanish form of Old German Beringar, meaning "bear-spear."
BERNARDINO: Pet form of Italian/Spanish Bernardo, meaning "bold as a bear."
BERNARDO: Italian and Spanish form of German Bernhard, meaning "bold as a bear."
BERNARDO: Spanish form of Bernard, meaning "bold as a bear."
BLAS: Spanish form of French Blaise, meaning "talks with a lisp."
BOLÍVAR: Spanish form of Castilian Bolivar, meaning "Meadow/riverbank mill."
BUENAVENTURA: Spanish form of Italian Bonaventura, meaning "good fortune."
CAMILO: Spanish form of Roman Camillus, possibly meaning "attendant (for a temple)."
CANDELARIO: Masculine form of Spanish Candelaria, meaning "candle."
CARLITO: Portuguese/Spanish pet form of Carlos, meaning "man."
CARLITOS: Variant of Carlito, meaning "man."
CARLOS: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Charles, meaning "man."
CARMELO: Spanish masculine form of Carmel, meaning "vineyard."
CASIMIRO: Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish form of Slavic Casimir, meaning "famous/great destroyer."
CAYETANO: Spanish form of Italian Gaetano, meaning "from Caieta (Gaeta)."
CAYO: Spanish form of Roman Gaius, meaning "rejoice."
CEBRIAN (Cebrián): Spanish form of Latin Cyprianus, meaning "from Cyprus."
CECILIO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Caecilius, meaning "blind."
CELESTINO: Italian and Spanish form of Latin Caelestinus, meaning "heavenly."
CELINO: Italian/Spanish form of Roman Caelinus, meaning "heaven."
CELIO: Italian/Spanish form of Roman Caelius, meaning "heaven."
CELSO: Italian/Spanish form of Roman Celsus, meaning "tall."
CESAR (César): French and Spanish form of Roman Caesar, meaning "hairy."
CHE: Spanish name derived from the Argentinian word for "hey!"
CHUCHO: Pet form of Spanish Jesús, meaning "God is salvation."
CHUS: Spanish unisex pet form of Jesús and Jesusa, meaning "God is salvation."
CHUY: Pet form of Spanish Jesús, meaning "God is salvation."
CIRIACO: Italian and Spanish form of Roman Cyriacus, meaning "of the lord."
CIRINO: Pet form of Italian/Spanish Ciro, meaning "like the sun."
CIRO: Italian and Spanish form of Cyrus, meaning "like the sun."
CLAUDIO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of French Claude, meaning "lame."
CLEMENTE: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Clemens, meaning "gentle and merciful."
CLETO: Nickname for Italian/Spanish Anacleto, meaning "called back, invoked."
CLIMACO (Clímaco): Spanish form of Latin Climacus, meaning "ladder."
CONRADO: Spanish form of German Konrad, meaning "bold counsel."
CRISTIÁN: Spanish form of Christian, meaning "follower of Christ."
CRISTOBAL (Cristóbal): Spanish form of Christopher, meaning "Christ-bearer."
CURRO: Spanish pet form of Francisco, meaning "free."
CUSTODIO: Old Spanish religious byname transferred to forename use, from Latin custodis, meaning "guardian, keeper."
DAMIÁN: Spanish form of English Damian, meaning "to tame, to subdue" and euphemistically "to kill."
DEMETRIO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Demetrius, meaning "loves the earth."
DESI: Nickname for Italian/Spanish Desiderio, meaning "longing." This name was borne by the Cuban actor Desi Arnaz, husband of Lucille Ball.
DESIDERIO: Italian and Spanish form of Latin Desiderius, meaning "longing."
DEZI: Variant of Italian/Spanish Desi, meaning "longing."
DIEGO: Usually said to derive 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 actually derived from the Greek word didakhe, meaning "doctrine, teaching."
DIMAS: Portuguese and Spanish form of Dismas, meaning "sunset."
DIOGO: Portuguese form of Spanish Diego, probably meaning "doctrine, teaching."
DIONISIO: Portuguese and Spanish form of Greek Dionysios, meaning "follower of Dionysos."
DOMINGO: Spanish form of English Dominic, meaning "belongs to the lord."
DONATO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish name derived from Latin Donatus, meaning "given (by God)."
DOROTEO: Spanish form of English Theodore, meaning "gift of God."
EBERARDO: Spanish form of English Everard, meaning "strong as a boar."
EDGARDO: Spanish form of Anglo-Saxon Eadgard, meaning "Rich spear."
EDMUNDO: Portuguese and Spanish form of English Edmund, meaning "protector of prosperity."
EDUARDO: Portuguese and Spanish form of English Edward, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
EFRAIN (Efraín): Spanish form of Hebrew Efrayim, meaning "fruitful."
ELADIO: Spanish form of Latin Helladius, meaning "of Greece."
ELEUTERIO: Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Eleutherius, meaning "the liberator."
ELISEO: Italian and Spanish form of Elisha, meaning "my God is salvation."
ELOY: Spanish form of Latin Eligius, meaning "to choose."
ELPIDIO: Italian and Spanish form of Latin Elpidius, meaning "hope."
EMERICO: Portuguese and Spanish form of Italian Amerigo, meaning "work-power."
EMIDIO: Spanish form of Latin Emidius, meaning "half-god, demigod." Literally, this form of the name also means "weary, tired."
EMIGDIO: Spanish form of Latin Emygdius, meaning "half-god, demigod."
EMILIANO: Italian and Spanish form of Latin Aemilianus, meaning "rival."
EMILIO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Aemilius, meaning "rival."
EMYGDIO: Spanish form of Latin Emygdius, meaning "half-god, demigod."
ENECO: Spanish form of Latin Ignatius, possibly meaning "unknowing."
ENRIQUE: Spanish form of English Henry, meaning "home-ruler."
EPIFANIO: Spanish name derived from Latin epiphania, meaning "epiphany."
ERMENEGILDO: Variant of Portuguese/Spanish Hermenegildo, meaning "immense tribute."
ERNESTO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of English Ernest, meaning "battle to the death."
ESPIRIDION (Espiridión): Spanish form of Greek Spiridion, meaning "little spirit."
ESSUA: Spanish form of Hebrew Yehoshua, meaning "Yahweh is salvation."
ESTAVAN: Spanish form of Stephen, meaning "good harvest/stability."
ESTEBAN (Estéban): Spanish form of Greek Stephanos, meaning "crown."
EUGENIO: Italian and Spanish form of Greek Eugenios, meaning "well born."
EURICO: Spanish form of Visigothic Euric, meaning "ever-ruler."
EUSBIO: Spanish name derived from Latin Eusebius, meaning "pious."
EUSEBIO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Eusebius, meaning "pious."
EUSTAQUIO: Portuguese and Spanish form of French Eustache, meaning "good harvest/stability."
EUTIMIO: Spanish form of Latin Euthymius, meaning "good-spirited."
EUTROPIO: Spanish form of Latin Eutropius, meaning "versatile."
EZEQUIEL: Portuguese and Spanish form of Ezekiel, meaning "God will strengthen."
FABIÁN: Spanish form of Latin Fabianus, meaning "like Fabius."
FABIO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish name derived from Roman Fabius, meaning "bean."
FABRICIO: Spanish form of French Fabrice, meaning "craftsman."
FAUSTINO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Faustinus, meaning "lucky."
FAUSTO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Faustus, meaning "lucky."
FEDELE: Italian form of Spanish Fidel, meaning "faithful."
FEDERICO: Italian and Spanish form of English Frederick, meaning "peaceful ruler."
FELICIANO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Felicianus, meaning "lucky."
FELIPE: Spanish form of English Philip, meaning "lover of horses."
FERMIN: Spanish name derived from Latin Firminus, meaning "firm, steadfast."
FERNAN (Fernán): Abbreviated form of Spanish Fernando, meaning "journey-prepared."
FERNANDO: Spanish form of Visigothic Ferdinand, meaning "journey-prepared."
FIDEL: Spanish form of Latin Fidelis, meaning "faithful."
FLAVIO: Italian and Spanish form of Roman Flavius, meaning "yellow hair."
FLORENCIO: Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Florentius, meaning "blossoming."
FONS: Nickname for Italian/Spanish Alfonso, meaning "noble and ready."
FONSIE: Nickname for Italian/Spanish Alfonso, meaning "noble and ready."
FORTUNATO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Fortunatus, meaning "fortunate."
FRANCISCO: Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Franciscus, meaning "free."
FRASCUELO: Spanish pet form of Francisco, meaning "free."
FRASQUITO: Spanish pet form of Francisco, meaning "free."
FULGENCIO: Spanish form of Latin Fulgentius, meaning "shining."
GABINO: Spanish form of Latin Gabinus, meaning "of Gabium."
GASPAR: Portuguese and Spanish name meaning "treasure bearer."
GERALDO: Spanish form of English Gerald, meaning "spear ruler."
GERARDO: Italian and Spanish form of Gerard, meaning "spear brave."
GERMÁN: Spanish form of Roman Germanus, meaning "brother."
GERVASIO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of English Gervase, meaning "spear servant."
GIL: Portuguese and Spanish form of English Giles, meaning "kid, young goat."
GILBERTO: Spanish form of English Gilbert, meaning "pledge-bright."
GODOFREDO: Portuguese and Spanish form of English Geoffrey, probably meaning "God's peace."
GOITO: Spanish pet form of Gregorio, meaning "watchful; vigilant."
GONZALO: Spanish form of Visigothic Gundisalv, meaning "battle genius; war elf."
GOYO: Spanish pet form of Gregorio, meaning "watchful; vigilant."
GRACIANO: Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Gratianus, meaning "pleasing, agreeable."
GREGORIO: Portuguese and Spanish form of English Gregory, meaning "watchful; vigilant."
GUGA: Brazilian pet form of Gustavo, meaning "meditation staff."
GUALTIERO: Italian and Spanish form of English Walter, meaning "ruler of the army."
GUILERMO: Spanish form of English William, meaning "will-helmet."
GUILLERMO: Spanish form of English William, meaning "will-helmet."
GUIOMAR: Spanish name from the 13th century Vulgate Cycle of Arthurian romance in which Sir Guiomar is the "proud and beautiful knight of the crystal stream." The name is of uncertain origin, possibly meaning "famous warrior."
GUSTAVO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Gustavus, meaning "meditation staff."
HÉCTOR: Spanish form of Latin Hector, meaning "defend; hold fast."
HELIODORO: Portuguese and Spanish form of Greek Heliodoros, meaning "gift of the sun."
HERBERTO: Portuguese and Spanish form of Herbert, meaning "bright army."
HERIBERTO: Variant of Portuguese/Spanish Herberto, meaning "bright army."
HERMENEGILDO: Portuguese and Spanish name of Visigothic origin, composed of the Germanic elements ermen "entire, whole" and gild "sacrifice, tribute," which has been rendered as "immense tribute."
HERMINIO: Spanish form of Herman, meaning "army man."
HERNAN (Hernán): Nickname for Spanish Hernando, meaning "journey-prepared."
HERNANDO: Spanish form of Visigothic Ferdinand, meaning "journey-prepared."
HIERONIMO: Spanish form of Greek Hieronymos, meaning "holy name."
HILARIO: Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Hilarius, meaning "joyful, happy."
HIPOLITO: Portuguese and Spanish form of Greek Hippolytos, meaning "horse-freer."
HORACIO: Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Horatius, meaning "has good eyesight."
HUMBERTO: Spanish form of English Humbert, possibly meaning "bright support."
IAGO: Spanish and Welsh form of James, meaning "supplanter."
IGNACIO: Spanish form of Latin Ignatius, possibly meaning "unknowing."
ILDEFONSO: Spanish form of Visigothic Hildefons, meaning "battle-ready."
IÑIGO: Spanish form of Basque Ineko, possibly meaning "unknowing."
INOCENCIO: Spanish form of Latin Innocentius, meaning "harmless, innocent."
ISANDRO: Spanish form of English Lysander, meaning "freer; liberator."
ISMAEL: Spanish form of Ishmael, meaning "God will hear."
IUCEPH: Spanish form of Hebrew Yosef, meaning "shall add," which is usually taken to mean "God will add another son."
JACINTO: Portuguese and Spanish form of Hyacinth, meaning "hyacinth flower."
JACOBO: Spanish form of Jacob, meaning "supplanter."
JAIME: Portuguese and Spanish form of James, meaning "supplanter."
JAVIER: Spanish form of English Xavier, meaning "new house."
JENARO: Spanish form of Roman Januarius, meaning "January."
JERONIMO (Jerónimo): Spanish form of Greek Hieronymos, meaning "holy name."
JESÚS: Spanish form of Jesus, meaning "God is salvation."
JOAQUIN: Spanish form of Joachim, meaning "established by God."
JORGE: Portuguese and Spanish form of George, meaning "earth-worker, farmer."
JOSE (José): Portuguese and Spanish form of Joseph, meaning "(God) shall add," which is usually taken to mean "God will add another son."
JOSUE: French and Spanish form of Joshua, meaning "God is salvation."
JUAN: Spanish form of Latin Johannes, meaning "God is gracious."
JUANITO: Pet form of Spanish Juan, meaning "God is gracious."
JULIÁN: Spanish form of Roman Julianus, possibly meaning "soft-bearded," a symbolic reference to "youth."
JULIO: Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Julius, possibly meaning "soft-bearded," a symbolic reference to "youth."
JUNIPERO (Junípero): Spanish name derived from Latin juniperus, meaning "juniper tree."
LALO: Spanish pet form of Eduardo, meaning "guardian of prosperity."
LEANDRO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Leander, meaning "lion-man."
LEOCADIO: Masculine form of Spanish Leocadia, meaning "bright, clear, light."
LEONARDO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of German Leonhard, meaning "lion-strong."
LEONCIO: Spanish form of Latin Leontius, meaning "lion-like."
LEOPOLDO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Leopold, meaning "people-bold."
LINO: Italian and Spanish form of Greek Linos, meaning "a cry of grief."
LOPE: Spanish form of Latin Lupus, meaning "wolf."
LORENCIO: Spanish form of English Laurence, meaning "of Laurentum."
LUCIO: Italian and Spanish form of Lucius, meaning "light."
LUIS: Portuguese and Spanish form of Louis, meaning "famous warrior."
MACARIO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Macarius, meaning "blessed."
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."
MANUEL: Spanish form of Emmanuel, meaning "God is with us."
MARCELINO: Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Marcellinus, meaning "warlike."
MARCELO: Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Marcellus, meaning "warlike."
MARCIAL: Spanish form of Martialis, meaning "of/like Mars."
MARCIO: Spanish form of Marcius, meaning "warlike."
MARCO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of English Mark, meaning "warlike."
MARCOS: Portuguese and Spanish form of English Mark, meaning "warlike."
MARIO: Italian and Spanish form of Latin Marius, meaning "male, virile."
MARTÍN: Spanish form of Martin, meaning "of/like Mars."
MATEO: Spanish form of Matthew, meaning "gift of God."
MAURICIO: Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Mauricius, meaning "dark-skinned; Moor."
MAXIMIANO: Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Maximian, meaning "the greatest."
MAXIMILIANO: Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Maximilianus, meaning "the greatest."
MAXIMINO: Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Maximinus, meaning "the greatest."
MAXIMO (Máximo): Spanish form of Latin Maximus, meaning "the greatest."
MELCHOR: Spanish form of Melchior, meaning "king city."
MIGUEL: Spanish form of Michael, meaning "who is like God?"
MODESTO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Modestus, meaning "moderate, sober."
MOISES (Moisés): Spanish form of Moses, probably meaning "born/son of," but which is usually translated as "saved (from the water)."
NACHO: Spanish pet form of Ignacio, possibly meaning "unknowing."
NACIO: Spanish pet form of Ignacio, possibly meaning "unknowing."
NARCISO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Narcissus, possibly meaning "numbness; sleep."
NATALIO: Spanish masculine form of Latin Natalia, meaning "birthday," or in Church Latin "Christmas day."
NATANAEL: Portuguese and Spanish form of biblical Nathanael, meaning "God has given."
NAZARIO: Italian and Spanish form of Latin Nazarius, meaning "from Nazareth."
NICODEMO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Nicodemus, meaning "victory of the people."
NICOLAO: Spanish form of Nicholas, meaning "victory of the people."
NICOLÁS: Spanish form of Nicholas, meaning "victory of the people."
NOVIO: Spanish name meaning "boyfriend."
OCTAVIO: Spanish form of Roman Octavius, meaning "eighth."
ODALIS: Spanish unisex form of French Odilon, meaning "wealthy."
OLEGARIO: Spanish form of Germanic Heilgar, meaning "hearty spear."
ÓSCAR: Spanish form of Irish Oscar, meaning "deer-lover."
OSVALDO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of English Oswald, meaning "God-power/rule."
OVIDIO: Italian and Spanish form of Roman Ovidius, meaning "sheep herder."
PABLO: Spanish form of Latin Paulus, meaning "small."
PACO: Spanish pet form of Francisco, meaning "free."
PANCHO: Spanish pet form of Francisco, meaning "free."
PAQUITO: Spanish pet form of Francisco, meaning "free."
PASCUAL: Spanish form of French Pascal, meaning "child of Easter."
PASTOR: Spanish and Late Latin name meaning "shepherd." The parable of the Good Shepherd made this name popular among early Christians. 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.
PATRICIO: Portuguese and Spanish form of Patrick, meaning "nobleman."
PAULINO: Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Paulinus, meaning "small."
PEDRO: Portuguese and Spanish form of Peter, meaning "rock; stone."
PEPE: Spanish pet form of Jose, meaning "(God) shall add," which is usually taken to mean "God will add another son."
PEPITO: Spanish pet form of Jose, meaning "(God) shall add," which is usually taken to mean "God will add another son."
PÍO: Spanish form of Latin Pius, meaning "pious."
PLÁCIDO: Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Placidus, meaning "calm, placid."
PLINIO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Plinius, of unknown meaning.
PONCIO: Spanish form of Roman Pontius, meaning "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 Roman Prosperus, meaning "fortunate, successful."
PRUDENCIO: Spanish form of Latin Prudentius, meaning "cautious."
QUIQUE: Pet form of Spanish Enrique, meaning "home-ruler."
RAFA: Spanish nickname for Rafael, meaning "God has healed."
RAFAEL: German, Portuguese and Spanish form of Raphael, meaning "God has healed."
RAIMUNDO: Portuguese and Spanish form of Raymond, meaning "wise protector."
RAINERIO: Spanish form of Norman Rayner, meaning "wise warrior."
RAMIRO: Spanish form of Latin Ramirus, meaning "wise and famous."
RAMÓN: Spanish form of English Raymond, meaning "wise protector."
RAUL: Italian and Spanish form of German Ralph, meaning "wise wolf."
RAYMUNDO: Portuguese and Spanish form of English Raymond, meaning "wise protector."
REGULO (Régulo): Spanish form of Roman Regulus, meaning "rule."
REINALDO: Portuguese and Spanish form of English Reynold, meaning "wise ruler."
REMIGIO: Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish form of Remigius, meaning "oarsman."
RENATO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Renatus, meaning "reborn."
REYES: Spanish religious name meaning "kings," given in reference to the Magi who visited the baby Jesus.
REYNALDO: Spanish form of English Reynold, meaning "wise ruler."
RICARDO: Spanish form of Richard, meaning "powerful and brave."
RICO: Nickname for both Italian Enrico "home-ruler" and Spanish Ricardo "powerful and brave."
ROBERTO: Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish form of Robert, meaning "famous."
RODOLFO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of German Rudolf, meaning "famous wolf."
RODRIGO: Spanish and Portuguese form of English Roderick, meaning "famous power."
ROGELIO: Spanish form of Latin Rogelius, possibly meaning "prayed for, wished for."
ROGERIO: Spanish form of Roger, meaning "famous spear."
ROLANDO: Spanish form of Norman French Roland, meaning "famous land."
ROLDAN (Roldán): Spanish form of Norman French Roland, meaning "famous land."
ROQUE: Portuguese and Spanish form of Italian Rocco, meaning "rest."
RUBÉN: Spanish form of Reuben, meaning "behold, a son."
RUFINO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Rufinus, meaning "red-haired."
RUY: Spanish nickname for Rodrigo, meaning "famous power."
SABAS: Spanish name which ultimately derived from Hebrew sava, meaning "old man."
SAL: Nickname for Spanish Salvador, meaning "savior."
SALOMÓN: Spanish form of Solomon, meaning "man of peace."
SALVADOR: Spanish name derived from Latin Salvator, meaning "savior."
SANCHO: Spanish form of Latin Sanctius, meaning "holy."
SANDALIO: Spanish form of Latin Sandalius, meaning "true wolf."
SANS: Pet form of Spanish Sancho, meaning "holy."
SANTIAGO: "Saint Iago." Spanish name composed of the element santo "saint" and the name Iago.
SANTOS: Spanish name meaning "saints."
SATURNINO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Saturninus, possibly meaning "to sow."
SEBASTIÁN: Spanish form of Roman Sebastianus, meaning "from Sebaste."
SERGIO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Sergius, possibly meaning "servant."
SEVE: Spanish pet form of Severiano and Severino, both meaning "stern."
SEVERIANO: Italian and Spanish form of Roman Severianus, meaning "stern."
SEVERINO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Severinus, meaning "stern."
SEVERO: Italian and Spanish form of Roman Severus, meaning "stern."
SILVESTRE: Spanish form of English Silvester, meaning "from the forest."
SILVIO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Silvius, meaning "from the forest."
SOFRONIO: Spanish form of Latin Sophronius, meaning "self-controlled."
SOSIMO: Spanish form of Latin Zosimus, meaning "likely to survive; survivor."
TACITO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Tacitus, meaning "mute, silent."
TADEO: Spanish form of Thaddeus, meaning "given of God."
TEOBALDO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of English Theobald, meaning "people-bold."
TEODORO: Italian and Spanish form of English Theodore, meaning "gift of God."
TEODOSIO: Italian and Spanish form of Latin Theodosius, meaning "God-giving."
TEODULO (Teódulo): Spanish form of Latin Theodulus, meaning "God-slave."
TEÓFILO: Spanish form of Latin Theophilus, meaning "God's friend."
TERCERO: Spanish name meaning "third."
TIBURCIO: Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Tiburtius, meaning "of the Tiber (river)."
TIMOTEO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Timothy, meaning "to honor God."
TITO: Italian and Spanish form of Roman Titus, meaning "white clay, white earth."
TOMÁS: Irish and Spanish form of Thomas, meaning "twin."
TONO (Toño): Spanish nickname for Antonio, possibly meaning "invaluable."
TRINIDAD: Spanish unisex name meaning "trinity."
TRISTÁN: Spanish form of Celtic Tristan.
ULISES: Spanish form of Latin Ulysses, probably meaning "to be angry, to hate."
URBANO: Italian and Spanish form of Roman Urbanus, meaning "city dweller."
VALENTÍN: Spanish form of Latin Valentinus, meaning "healthy, strong."
VALERIO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Valerius, meaning "strong."
VASCO: Variant of Spanish Velasco, meaning "crow."
VELASCO: Medieval Spanish name derived from the surname Velázquez, meaning "crow."
VENCESLAS (Venceslás): Spanish form of Slavic Wenceslas, meaning "more glory."
VICENTE: Spanish form of English Vincent, meaning "conquering."
VÍCTOR: Spanish form of Roman Victor, meaning "to conquer; victory."
VICTORINO: Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Victorinus, meaning "to conquer; victory."
VIDAL: Spanish form of Latin Vitalis, meaning "of life; vital."
VINICIO: Italian and Spanish form of Roman Vinicius, meaning "vine."
VIRGILIO: Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of English Virgil, possibly meaning "staff-bearer."
VITO: Italian and Spanish form of Roman Vitus, meaning "alive; animated; lively."
WILFREDO: Spanish form of English Wilfred, meaning "desires peace."
XIMEN: Spanish form of Greek Simon, meaning "hearkening."
XIMENEZ: Mexican form of Spanish Ximen, meaning "hearkening."
ZACARIAS (Zacarías): Spanish form of Zechariah, meaning "God has remembered."

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Common Questions

Q. What's the difference between a Coat of Arms & Family Crest?
A. A coat of arms technically refers to the cloth covering worn by knights over their armor to display their arms. Arms are the correct term used to describe what we call today a Coat of Arms or Family Crest, with a Crest being the charge (symbol) over the helmet, so both terms coat of arms and family crest are the same thing.

Q. Why is the Surname History Origin and Coat of Arms Origin different?
A. The history reflects certain information about the surname, but as people move around and names change Coats of Arms may be granted in different countries, but we may have other origins available (see question below).

Q. I want a different Coat of Arms origin than that displayed do you have any more origins for this surname?
A. Yes it is possible we would advise you order via our main website Family-crests.com

Q. I can't find my surname on your database, what should I do?
A. This database is not a complete listing for every surname we have a coat of arms for, if you contact us, we will do a search on your surname to see what we have available.

Q. I need to see the Coat of Arms before I order?
A. As we draw each coat of arms on a per customer basis, we are unable to send samples or display all our coats of arms on our database.


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When searching for a coat of arms from countries other than England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, they are reffered to by different names, in

Germany: Wappen, Familienwappen, Blasonierung, Heraldik, Wappenschablonen
Netherlands: Wapen, Wapenschid, Heraldiek, Familiewapen
Sweden: Slaktvapen, Heraldik
Denmark: Familievaben
Poland: Herby, Herb, Herbu, Herbarz
France: Armoiries
Spain: Heraldica de Apellidos, Escudo, Heraldaria

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