Spanish Baby Girl Names

Spanish baby girl names range far beyond the usual choices. Here are some Spanish girl names you may not have considered.
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  • Aitana

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    Aitana is the name of a Spanish mountain used by the poet Rafael Alberti for his daughter. He reportedly chose it because the mountain was his last glimpse of Spain when he went into exile after... Read More 

  • Alba

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    Alba, unlike many two-syllable names that start and end in vowels which are coming back, is not having much success, perhaps because it sounds a bit like a commercial product or an acronym. Alba... Read More 

  • Amada

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  • Aniceta

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    A delicate name with strong roots, Aniceta is most often used in contemporary Spain. Saint Anicetus was an ancient pope and martyr. Read More 

  • Arcelia

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    Arcelia is an undiscovered Spanish treasure worth considering. Exotic yet friendly to the English-speaking tongue, Arcelia combines the trendiness of an A name with the delicacy of Celia.Read More 

  • Aroa

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    Spanish actress Aroa Gimeno introduced this one.Read More 

  • Blanca

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    More colorful than Blanche, but blanker than Bianca. Read More 

  • Calida

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    Unusual but accessible Hispanic choice with stylish sound. Read More 

  • Candela

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    Diminutive of Candelaria, a name derived from candle and given in honor of the festival of Candlemas, which marks the presentation of Christ in the temple and the purification of the Virgin Mother.Read More 

  • Clementina

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    The Spanish version, with its -eena ending, takes the name out of the Oh My Darlin' realm, which for many American parents may be just the thing.Read More 

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