Boy Names of Spanish language or origin

Spanish is one of the most dominant languages in the world, widely spoken in Latin America and of course, Spain. Spanish names, like the language itself, is incredibly phonetic and consistently spoken the way it is written – full of vowels and short syllables. Many English names have Spanish equivalents: Mary, for instance, would be Maria, and Alexander, Alejandro.
enlightened, mountain of strength, ...is of Hebrew and Scottish origin ... used mainly in English and Spanish ...
enlightened, mountain of strength, ... of Hebrew origin and it is used mainly in ... variation of Aaron ...
servant of Nebo ... used predominantly in Spanish and it ... variation of Abednego ...
servant of God ... primarily used in Greek and Spanish ... of Hebrew origin ... form of Abdas ...
servant of God ... of Hebrew origin, and it is used ... the Bible, Abdiel was a man of the Tribe of ...
compliant ... of Hebrew origin ... used mainly in French and Spanish ... not often used as a baby boy name ...
bee-like ... language of origin is Spanish ... form of Abejundio ... a rare baby boy name ...
bee-like ... origin of Abedjundiyo is the Spanish ... variation of Abejundio ... an unusual baby boy name ...
bee-like ... has its origins in the Spanish ... variant form of Abejundio ... not in the top 1000 names ...
bee-like ... used predominantly in Spanish and ... not popular as a baby boy name ...
bee-like ... of Spanish origin ... derivative of Abejundio ... infrequently used as a baby name for ...
breath, vapor, son, noble strength ... used predominantly in the English, ... contraction of Abelard ...
noble strength ... origin is Germanic, and its use, English and ... variation of Abelard ...
father of a people, father of a ... mainly used in English and Spanish, and ... variant form of Abijah ...
my father is the Lord ... language of origin is Hebrew and it is ... form of Abiel ...
father of a multitude ... used mostly in Spanish and it is of ... derivative of Abraham ...
father of a multitude ... used chiefly in the Esperanto, ... derived from Hebrew origins ...
father of a multitude ... primarily used in the Spanish language and it ... form of Abraham ...
father of a multitude ... of Hebrew origin ... used mainly in the Portuguese and Spanish ...
high father, father of a multitude ... used predominantly in the Italian and ... derived from Hebrew origins ...

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