Che - Meaning of Che

What does Che mean?

[ 1 syll. (c)he, ch-e ] The baby boy name Che is pronounced CH-ey- †. Che is of Spanish and Hebrew origin, and it is used largely in the Spanish language. Spanish origin: The name was made famous by the Argentine Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara (Ernesto Guevara, 1928-1967). He acquired the nickname due to his frequent use of the Argentinian slang che.

In addition, Che is a Spanish variant transcription of Joseph (English, French, and German).

Variation transcriptions of Che include Chay, Chepe, Chepito, and Ché.

Variant forms inherit the origin and meaning of Che.

See also the related categories, revolutionary, hebrew, slang, and spanish.

Che is rare as a baby name for boys. At the modest peak of its usage in 1974, 0.006% of baby boys were given the name Che. Its ranking then was #832. The baby name has since experienced a decline in popularity, and is of only infrequent use now. In 2018, out of the group of boy names directly linked to Che, Joseph was the most commonly used.

Baby names that sound like Che include Chay, Ché, Chace, Chae, Chaece, Chaese, Chag, Chaice, Chak, Chao, Chas, Chass, Chasse, Chau, Chayce, Chayse, Chaz, Chazz, Cheche, and Chee.

† English pronunciation for Che: CH as in "cheese (CH.IY.Z)" ; EY as in "ate (EY.T)"

A famous person named Che is Revolutionary, Che Guevara, born Ernesto Guevara de la Serna, 14 June 1928 - 9 October 1967, Rosario, Argentina.

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