Esperanza

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Gender: F Meaning of Esperanza: "hope, expectation" Origin of Esperanza: Spanish Esperanza's Popularity in 2016: #996

Esperanza is a Spanish classic finding its way onto the national popularity list, reentering the Top 1000 after a three-year absence in 2015, and staying in 2016. It came into the spotlight not long ago when jazz singer Esperanza Spalding "stole" the Best New Artist Grammy from favorite Justin Bieber. It's also the name of the main character in the novel The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros, about a young Latina growing up in Chicago.

Famous People Named Esperanza

Esperanza Emily Spalding, American jazz singer
Esperanza Baur Díaz, Mexican actress; second wife of actor John Wayne
Esperanza Aguirre (y Gil de Biedma), Countess of Murillo and Bornos, Grandee of Spain, Spanish politician; former President of Madrid
Esperanza Escolar Limjap-Osmeña, First Lady of the Philippines as wife of President Sergio Osmeña
Esperanza López Mateos, Mexican translator and political activist
Esperanza Alcantara Icasas-Cabral, Filipina politician
Esperanza Fuentes Roy, Spanish actress
Esperanza Guisán, Spanish philosopher
Esperanza Martínez, Mexican painter
Esperanza "Hope" Andrade, American politician from Texas

Pop Culture References for the name Esperanza

Esperanza Ortega, main character in "Esperanza Rising" by Pam Munoz Ryan
Camp Esperanza, the impromptu camp in Chile where rescue workers and families worked and prayed together to save 33 miners from a 2010 collapse
Esperanza Valdez, Leo's mom in Heroes of Olympus by Rick Riordan
Esperanza Cordero, main character in "The House on Mango Street" by Sandra Cisneros
"Esperanza," song by Enrique Iglesias
Esperanza de la Vega, wife of Zorro in "The Mask of Zorro"
Esperanza, mother of Spirit in animated movie "Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron"
Esperanza Estrera, main character in Filipino TV series "Esperanza"
Esperanza "Hope" Roberta Two Two, character in the novel "The Bean Trees" by Barbara Kingsolver
"Esperanza del Corazón," Mexican telenovela

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