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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  • Marisol

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    Marisol is a Latina favorite, and an excellent candidate to cross the culture line, a la Soledad and Paz.

    The striking French-born Venezuelan artist Marisol Escobar—known simply by her... Read More 

  • Marta

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    Sounds perennially Olde World. Read More 

  • Natalia

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    More exotic that Natalie, more unusual than Natasha, Natalia has been climbing up the popularity list since 1980; Natalia--also spelled Natalya--is now at Number 118. Heard frequently in Spain,... Read More 

  • Nerea

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    A variation of the name Nere, both choices are distinctive and accessible. In the Top 20 in Spain.Read More 

  • Noa

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    This Old Testament female name has been one of the most popular girls' names in Israel over the last decade. Also in the Top 100 in Spain and a new entrant to the US Top 1000, it may be... Read More 

  • Nuria

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    Nuria is popular in Spain and Portugal (top 50 in both countries) where it is deeply associated with the Virgin Mary.Read More 

  • Pilar

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    The fact that this Spanish classic, which honors the Virgin Mary, does not end in the conventional letter 'a' gives it a special sense of strength, elegance, and style, making it a worthy choice. ... Read More 

  • Raquel

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    Attractive name popular in the Latino community, long identified with half-Bolivian actress Raquel Welch. Nonetheless, it has maintained a steady decline since its peak in the late-1980s and... Read More 

  • Soledad

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    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... Read More 

  • Trinidad

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    Rhythmic name with both religious and geographical ties, commonly heard in Latin countries. Read More 

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