Soledad

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Gender: F Meaning of Soledad: "solitude" Origin of Soledad: Spanish

This strong Spanish name that refers to the Virgin Mary (Our Lady of Solitude) has been made accessible by broadcaster Soledad O'Brien -- who shows how well it combines with an Anglo surname. Her birth name was Maria de la Soledad Teresa O'Brien.

Ava Gardner portrayed a character named Soledad in the film The Angel Wore Red.

Famous People Named Soledad

(Maria de la) Soledad Teresa O'Brien, American broadcast journalist
(María de la) Soledad Becerril, Marquise of Salvatierra, Spanish noble and politician
Soledad Miranda (born Soledad Rendón Bueno), Spanish actress and pop singer
Soledad Cazorla Prieto, Spanish jurist
Soledad Solaro, Argentine model and TV personality
Soledad Fandiño, Argentine actress

Pop Culture References for the name Soledad

Soledad, Ava Gardner's character in "The Angel Wore Red"
Soledad Reyes, grandmother of the narrator of novel "Caramelo" by Sandra Cisneros
"Soledad" Song by Irish Boy Band Westlife
Soledad Markowitz, foster mother of main character Lucy Scarborough in novels "Impossible" and "Unthinkable" by Nancy Werlin