i need a boy name for a half white half spanish baby

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K. - posted on 01/22/2011

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Janessa Brown if you're not going to at least attempt to answer the question that is being asked then why bother posting? I really don't think anyone here needs to be educated by you of all people on how they see themselves. If Rene says she needs a name for a 'half white half spanish baby' then so be it. I'm getting sick and tired of your posts correcting people's ethnicity. They are allowed to describe themselves and their children as they see fit. It's none of your business actually. But enough about that. I liked a lot of the ideas here. Especially Julian and Adrian. There was a really great baby name website I went to when I was pregnant. I'll have to find it and post it for you. Good luck!!

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Codi Bernice - posted on 05/28/2014

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You meant to say "hispanic" instead of "Spanish" right? There's a huge difference between those 2 terms.
It's like calling someone "English" just because they speak English.

Kami - posted on 02/01/2011

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My son is also 1/2 white 1/2 mexican. I named him Adrian. I've always loved the name Adrian and hardly ever heard it (that is until my son was born). His middle name is Santana, which is his dad's name. I also like Alejandro and Isaiah.

Erin - posted on 01/30/2011

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My boys are half white, half mexican also. When I was pregnant with my first we had a more American name and a more hispanic name in our minds and were gonna decide when he was born. Well he came out with black black hair and very dark skin so we picked Eladio Rico instead of our other option JAyden OAkley. I wanted my kids to have a unique name instead of a common name and my boyfriend kinda did too because his name is definitely not well known! His name is Obegario Rico so that's where we got Rico and Eladio was suggested by my boyfriend. You can also spell it with an I, but I liked the E. Our second son also has a more hispanic first name. His name is Elias Oakley, which is alittle more common but I still love, and I loved Oakley so I was happy to find another name it worked with! But I also had Diego, and Romeo in mind with him. For my first I also really liked Giovanni, and Isiah which isn't super hispanic but I like saying it lol. But there are a ton of hispanic names out there I honestly used google and it helped a lot! The only thing that bothers me is that because their names are hispanic lots of people don't think I named them and with my second everyone asked me if I got to the name this time but I picked the names so that just bothered me. But in the end it isn't what other people think its what I love! So just search around and find something you love and maybe it won't be hispanic necessarily, lots of hispanic people have american names!

Brittaney - posted on 01/29/2011

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I gave my son a white name...Daniel. you could always name him after someone in your family who died, or someone who made an impact in your life

Julie - posted on 01/27/2011

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My son is half black half Italian so we went with Marcus Anthony which to me sounds like it could be spanish as well or theres also Marco, thats what we call him sometimes :)

Michelle - posted on 01/20/2011

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We are nming my son Ryder Adan. His father is mexican and I am caucasian. Ryder is german(I have german in my family) and Adan is hispanic. That way we have it both covered:)

Jennifer - posted on 01/17/2011

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How about Nicolas? It is easy for the Spanish and English side to pronounce, it has a cool nickname, and it is the masculine version of Nicole! Win-win-win!

Katie - posted on 01/16/2011

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My friends husband and son, is called Geovani, Which to me sounds like an awesome name! :)

Rachel - posted on 01/15/2011

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Rogelio, Santiago, Diego, Marcello. Just to name a few I always have a list of what I like and then name the baby when it is born, to see what goes with it.

Leticia - posted on 01/15/2011

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We went very Italian (which neither one of us is) and named our first son Rocco. My parents, who speak only Spanish, roll the 'R' (it's kind of funny). With our second son, we chose a name that easily transcends both cultures: Ruben. Hope that helps. Good luck!

Danielle - posted on 01/13/2011

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my son is portuguese, italian, irish and ecuadorian and i named him Julian. it translates the same in both languages. but if you google baby names, they usually can do them by ethnicity and your bound to find one that you feel suits best. good luck

Janessa - posted on 01/06/2011

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Rene my dare spainish people from spain are white also inless he has another mix other then europen in him he is white.

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