Spanish Baby Names for Boys

Spanish baby names for boys include lots of choices widely known through the Western World: Juan and Jose, Pablo and Pedro. The parent who wants to find Spanish boys' names that move beyond the obvious choices still has a lot of attractive options. Some of these Spanish names for boys are popular in Spain: Hugo and Iker, for instance, while others, such as Angel, are popular in the US.

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  • Alejandro

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    Softer and smoother than Alexander, this Spanish classic has made a seamless transition to this culture, now ranking at Number 181. Adding to its current impact: the Lady Gaga song 'Alejandro'> Read More 

  • Alvaro

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    A well-used Spanish saint's name with a lot of flair that could definitely cross over to more general usage. It reached its peak in the United States in 1985, when it ranked Number 456.Read More 

  • Angel

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    Angel is a perennial Hispanic boys’ name, but it was Buffy the Vampire Slayer that brought it into the Anglo-male camp, where it's now heard... Read More 

  • Arnau

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    A name sometimes used by Latino parents, perhaps relating to the popular Spanish TV mini-series of that name. Read More 

  • Asier

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    This Basque name is quite popular in Spain, where it has long been in the Top 100 names. This is likely due to its pleasant meaning; the sound, dignified in Spanish and Basque, may not fare so... Read More 

  • Bardo

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    Bardo has a poetic beginning and upbeat ending, with roots in several diverse cultures. It may be most familiar today via George Saunders' novel Lincoln in the Bardo, which refers to the... Read More 

  • Brendano

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  • Cayo

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    Cayo is a rare and rhythmic Spanish name, all but unknown in the English-speaking world, that would make a lively choice. Read More 

  • Emiliano

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    Emiliano and Emilio are the appealing Latinate version of Emil. Emiliano Zapata Salazar was a leading figure in the Mexican Revolution, who helped establish modern Mexico.Read More 

  • Emilio

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    Dashing and popular Italian and Spanish favorite, as is Emiliano. Read More 

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