Anyone Have Any Good Latin Baby Names To Share?

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My third child is due in May of 2011 and I am interested in learning of beautiful Hispanic/Latin/Spanish baby names. My husband really isn't all that interested in Hispanic names, but I do want to proudly show my roots in my children's names. So I am looking for beautiful, meaningful, interesting and unique baby names. Or names that you have named your children, or thought of naming them. I am interested in both boys and girls names.

Thanks,

Isabel

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Claudia - posted on 03/15/2011

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Our girls were born in Canada and we named them Sofia and Andrea, so they don't struggle at school with difficult to pronounce hispanic names... I would have named my oldest one "Sofia de los Angeles" but that would have been a little too much:)

Irene - posted on 03/04/2011

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I named my little girl Natalia...like Natalie.
Natalia
The name Natalia is a baby girl name. The name Natalia comes from the Spanish origin. In Spanish The meaning of the name Natalia is: Birthday; especially the birthday of Christ.

Meriele - posted on 03/02/2011

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Rafael, Valentin, Emiliano, Elías, Santiago, Sebastián, Fernando, Antonio, Gaston, Victor, Andrés, Enrique, Javier, etc.
Camila, Valentina, Roberta, Ximena, Fernanda, Felicia, Frida, Sofía, Alejandra.
I hope you like it, Good luck with your new baby and Congratulations!!!

Rochelle - posted on 02/04/2011

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My baby girl's name is quite unique Isara Caridad Valeska Corea, a mouth full but I love it...I named her after family members. I made Isara (E-saa-raa...roll the R) from Isabella (a stillborn sister of mine, Isabella is too common to use) and Sara Ines ((Sa-raa (roll the R) E-ness) my husband's grandmother), Caridad means charity ((Ca-ree-daad...need to roll the R) my grandmother), and Valeska ((Vaal-es-ka) his sister). I love my husband's middle name Joaquin (Hua-keen).

Dominic - posted on 02/02/2011

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we named our daughter Yana. Origanal name is Yanamaria but there are way too many marias in the world we decided to drop the maria and keep Yana. Her name is Yana Zoe`

Julia - posted on 01/26/2011

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My children are Isabel (so that doesn't help you much!) Adriana and Domingo (it fits the boy). WHen I was pregnant with the boy I loved the name Eric Bartolo (Bartolo is my grandfathers name)

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My babys name is BellaEstrella Marie Avalon. We wanted something that showed our mexican heritage that was unique and beautiful just like our daughter to be. One of the other names i really like that i plan to name my future daughter ( if i get blessed with another ) is Yessenia Diamante Avalon. I think you need to share your heritage with your children its important for them to be proud of their background!

Rosie - posted on 11/24/2010

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I named my daughter Linda - loved the meaning in Spanish. It's spelled the same in both languages and it's not likely to be shortened. It's also not a very common name any more - she is a senior in high school now and has never had another Linda in any of her classes.

Allie - posted on 11/23/2010

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Well my grandma and great grandma are very hispanic my great grandma's name was matiana and my grandmas name it hortensia i like ernesto for a boy and manuel and guerillmo and rafael and marco also for girls rosa thensia alejandria diana i know lots i am very much into my mexican heritage

Krystyna - posted on 11/22/2010

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My husband is Brazilian... we actually live in Brazil now.. I'm American. I have a 3 year old son named Davi pronounced (dah-vee)... Portuguese for David. If we have a girl next time her name will be Lilian Marie which in portuguese sounds like (Lee-lee-ah-nee Mah-dee-uh) love it.... But I also love the name Priscila (Pree-see-lah).... Good luck there's tons of American type names that can be pronounced the Latino way and they sound so much more beautiful!

Maricel - posted on 11/20/2010

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Isabella is a nice name... for shorts Bella... it can be used both ways...
My baby girl's name is Chiara (roots Italian, but we are from Argentina) i think that it can be use everywhere...
Mia is another name...
Ema
I just realized that im only telling you baby girls names =P Maybe a sign???
http://www.tuparada.com/nombres/ you can check out this site, not only has hispanic names, but also their meaning... GOOD LUCK Mommy!!

Maria - posted on 11/17/2010

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I named my daughter Genesis, she is the first child for me and it is only the beginning of our family.



Genesis, is also very flexible as it can be both a Spanish and an English name.

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