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Spanish Baby Names

Spanish baby names are widely-used in the US, and many of the same Spanish names are on the popularity lists throughout North and South America as well as in Spain. The names on this list include the best-known Spanish baby names and the most usable Spanish names for girls and boys that bridge cultures.

  • Daniela

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    Female variation of Daniel. Variation of Daniella.Read More 

  • Dario

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    More creative and classier than Mario. It has regularly ranked near the bottom of the US Top 1000 over the last four decades. It does much better across the pond, and is especially popular in... Read More 

  • Diego

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    The energetic Diego is rising rapidly along with a lot of other authentically Spanish baby names that work perfectly well with... Read More 

  • Eduardo

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    A stalwart of Latin nomenclature that could work just as well for Anglos. Read More 

  • Elena

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    Elena, a pan-European version of Helen, has never been as popular in the U.S. as it is now thanks to the overall popularity of El-names. It's more exotic than Ellen or Eleanor, but still... Read More 

  • Enrique

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    This is an appealing name that could cross cultural borders, but it has lost ground in recent years.Read More 

  • Enzo

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    Like Leonardo and Luca, Enzo, originally a short form of Vincenzo and Lorenzo, is one of the confident and captivating Italian names beginning to be used by parents of all ethnic backgrounds,... Read More 

  • Fernando

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    Can you hear the drums Fernando? Although 58% of Nameberries prefer Ferdinand to Fernando, the Iberian variant has a softer, more romantic feel that makes it a better fit with all those Javiers,... Read More 

  • Francisco

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    Francisco is one of the more popular Spanish names for boys in the US, which is unsurprising given its popularity back in... Read More 

  • Gael

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    This cross-cultural name, found in Wales, Brittany, and Spain, is a surprise star in the U.S. in recent years, largely thanks to actor Gael Garcia Bernal. It's especially popular in Texas.Read More 

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