The Doctor confirms that your precious treasure is going to be a little boy … What happiness !!! Many of us wish we had a little man at home.
Then comes the task of finding the name that that precious child will bear, and it is evident that in the search, we want to find a name that identifies our baby and combines it with the surnames of father and mother.
The name you choose will accompany your child in all stages of his growth, so it should be a name that your little boy is proud of and that does not complicate his life.
You have heard all this said and repeated a thousand times, but how do you choose a name among so many possible and imaginable names (without being wrong)? Not to mention the advice of friends, family, and relatives, which makes you even more anxious.
In this list, you will find the ten most beautiful and popular names in Spain, along with the meaning, personality, the date of the saint’s day, and curious facts. Also, there are 131 most frequent Spanish Names for Boys waiting for you.
If you also like European-origin names, the French names or Italian can be an excellent option, and these can be found at the end of this article.
10 Most Popular Spanish Names for Boys.
Spanish names are beautiful, sunny, and energetic, just like the Spanish culture attracts us!
If you are looking for a famous name, you can choose between Alejandro, Enrique, Daniel, Adrien, Damian, Javier, among others.
Known or not, Spanish names convey the sweet and warm notes of beautiful Spain!
As with all foreign names, remember not to choose a name too challenging to pronounce and make sure it rhymes well with the last name.
“Of Greek origin. It means “protector of men.”
Saint Alexander’s name day is celebrated on January 11th- August 30th.
His bravery usually distinguishes Alejandro; he focuses on a single goal of life until he achieves it. He is a loyal and responsible person in all aspects of his life.
He likes to help others because his generosity is found to the surface. When he sees a situation that is getting complicated, he prefers to get away and avoid inconveniences.
The professions for him: Statistician, Diplomat, Librarian, Musician, Politician, Painter, Sculptor.
Of Hebrew origin. It means “The one loved by God.”
Saint David’s name day is celebrated on December 29th
David is immaculate and loves to go on a trip. He is frank with all the people around him and likes to follow the rules of the letter.
He is an excellent advisor and too realistic. He tends to feel superior sometimes. When he has something to do, he likes to plan first what his execution will be like.
He almost always tries to keep his mind occupied because he gets bored quickly when he does nothing. He is a very emotional and familiar person.
The Profession’s For Him: Aviator, Engineer, Teacher, Tradesman, Administrator, Leader.
Name of Hebrew origin. means “Justice of God.”
On January 3erd, we celebrate Saint Daniel’s name day.
Daniel He is a friendly person and very sensitive to others.
He is very fair and generous that they make him get involved with humanitarian works where the common good is always present. He blindly trusts his family, making it a priority in his life.
He is open, reasoning and understanding. Daniel is demanding in various aspects of his life. He likes to be supported, loves, and is a good educator.
The professions for him: Doctor, Nurse, Musician, Architect, Teacher, Cook.
Its origin comes from the Latin Paulus and means “Humble Man.”
On June 29th, we celebrate Saint Pablo’s name day.
Pablo is a friendly, serious, and hardworking man. He is analytical and likes to work only on this aspect. As a child, he is very talkative and curious.
He is a bit insecure but very persistent. He likes physics, chemistry, and mathematics. He has an outstanding character, so in his surroundings, he is welcomed.
The Professions for him: Professor, Chemist, Engineer, Executive, Editor, Writer.
This name is one of the most famous Spanish names of Latin origin. It means “Man of the sea.”
On March 5th, we celebrate Saint Adrian’s name day.
Adrián is a reasonably calm person, he does not like to do things in a rush, but he does his work slowly. He loves sports and constantly practices some exercise.
He loves interacting with nature outdoors. As a child, he likes to study, and he is very responsible in it. He wants everything that has to do with technology. He is faithful.
The Professions for him: Footballer, Systems Engineer, Programmer, Editor, Interpreter.
This Spanish name is of German origin. It means “Prevented.”
On February 19th, we celebrate Saint Alvaro’s name day.
Álvaro is a very committed person, and there is nothing more important to him than work.
He likes to be competitive, aside from proving himself independent in all his areas. He is a bit self-centered, but he has a charming humility deep down in his heart.
The Professions for him: Scientist, Professor, Lawyer, Actor, Religious Leader, Actor, Writer.
Javier is a Hispanic name of Basque origin, and it means “Castle.”
On December 3rd, we celebrate Saint Javier’s name day.
Javier is a serious and quiet man. He likes to work, and his honesty earns the trust of those around him.
When asked for an opinion, it is easy, to be frank about everything. He is intuitive. As a child, he is very attached to his family. He is also a good student, although a bit willful.
He leans for art. He has a brotherly spirit which leads him to lean towards the interests of others.
The Professions for him: Musician, Politician, Painter, Sculptor, Mediator of peace.
This Spanish name comes from Latin. Means “Guardian”
On September 8th, we celebrate Saint Sergio’s name day.
Sergio is a discreet and formal person, also a bit introverted and hardworking. He is very good at organizing and governing. As a child, he is amusing and friendly.
Something curious about Sergio is that he is fascinated by biochemistry, where he can discover new formulas to cure diseases.
The Professions for him: Biochemist, Physician, Politician, Administrator, Contractor.
Carlos is a trendy name in Spain, although his origin is Germanic. This name means “free man.”
On November 4th, we celebrate Saint Carlos’s name day.
Carlos is a person who adapts easily to any environment or situation. He likes to work in a team very much because he wants to listen to other people’s opinions and points of view.
Carlos is loving and affectionate with his friends and family. His creativity highlights him a lot in his work and his daily life. As a child, he is very mature in his acting and way of expressing himself.
The professions for him: Nurse, Musician, Interior Decorator, Architect, Teacher, Chef.
This Spanish name that has its origins in Latin comes from the word Marticus which means “Hammer.”
On April 25th, we celebrate Saint Marcos’s name day.
Marcos is an original person, and he passionately follows his dreams no matter what obstacles come his way. He is a bit suspicious and self-centered.
He likes to be free but almost always needs a lot of family support. He has an excellent character and is very observant before giving his opinion on him.
The Professions for him: Chef, Executive, Editor, Critic, Interpreter, Merchant.
131 Most Frequent Spanish Names for Boys.
Here you will find 131 cheerful and original Spanish male names with their respective meanings.
These Spanish names inspire you because they are less and less obvious, although they are known in your country.
According to the INE report during these last decades, here is the list of the most frequent Spanish male names in Spain. Among them, we also find some Basque names. Many of these names are also common in South America.
|2||Alejandro||“the defender, the protector.”|
|3||Alonso||“ready for combat.”|
|4||Adrián||“He who comes from the sea.”|
|5||Antonio||“he who faces his adversaries” or “brave.”|
|6||Hannibal||“who has the grace of Baal” or God. “|
|7||Arturo||“Strong Bear” or “Noble Bear.”|
|8||Alvaro||is “very cautious” or “very wise.”|
|9||Angelo||“the messenger” or “bearer of good news.”|
|12||Bartolomé||“Son of Ptolemy.”|
|13||Benito||“of whom one speaks well or is praised for his goodness.”|
|14||Bonifacio||“Good Master, My Lord.”|
|15||Bruno||“the squire, cuirass”.|
|16||Camilo||“Minister, priest, or messenger of God.”|
|17||Carlomagno||“Charles the Great.”|
|18||Cipriano||“Consecrated to God.”|
|19||Cristian||“Christian, follower of Christ.”|
|20||Cristobal||“the bearer of Christ, the one who bears Christ.”|
|21||Cristiano||“the chosen one.”|
|23||Damian||“tamer” “devoted to the cult of Damia.”|
|24||Daniel||“God is my Judge.”|
|26||David||“God’s chosen one.”|
|28||Dario||“the one who protects against evil.”|
|29||Edmundo||“He who defends the land from him.”|
|30||Enrique||“leader, head of the country.”|
|33||Estefan||“the one who is crowned.”|
|34||Eugene||“born of noble birth.”|
|36||Federico||“the king of peace.”|
|37||Felix||“he who considers himself happy or lucky.”|
|38||Fausto||“happy, who brings good luck.”|
|43||Felipe||“love of horses.”|
|45||Gabriel||“God is my strength.”|
|46||Gaspar||“administrator of treasures.”|
|47||German||“he who is a warrior.”|
|48||Gustavo||“staff of the Gautam”|
|52||Guillermo||“protected by God.”|
|53||Guido||“wood, jungle, forest.”|
|54||Gonzalo||“warrior, ready to fight.”|
|57||Humberto||“strong as a bear.”|
|58||Hernando||“he who seeks peace.”|
|60||Isidoro||“gift, bearer of fire.”|
|61||Isidro||“gift of Isis”|
|62||Ivan||“blessed by God.”|
|63||Jaime||“protected by God.”|
|65||Jesús||“Yahveh is salvation.”|
|66||Joaquin||“Yahweh will build, he will build.”|
|67||Jonas||“simple as a dove.”|
|69||Jose||“God will add.”|
|70||Jorge||“the one who works the land.”|
|71||Julian||“the one that comes from the Julio family.”|
|72||Julio||“The one who is as strong as the root.”|
|74||Lazaro||“helped by God.”|
|75||Leandro||“the lion man.”|
|76||Leonardo||“he who has the strength of a lion.”|
|78||Lorenzo||“crowned with Laurels.”|
|80||Luis||“the great warrior.”|
|81||Marco||“consecrated to Mars.”|
|82||Mario||“Mars the god of war.”|
|84||Martin||“he who is consecrated to Mars.”|
|85||Mateo||“gift of God.”|
|87||Moises||“saved from the waters.”|
|88||Miguel||“who is like God.”|
|91||Nataniel||“gift of God.”|
|92||Nestor||“reach the goal”.|
|94||Nicolás||“the victory of the people.”|
|95||Norberto||“the shining Northerner.”|
|97||Nestor||“reach the goal”.|
|98||Nicolás||“the victory of the people.”|
|100||Orlando||is “famous for his battles.”|
|102||Paco||“free, who comes from France.”|
|104||Rafael||“who has been blessed by Yahweh.”|
|105||Raimundo||“He who is a good counselor.”|
|106||Ramiro||“the one with a strong army.”|
|108||Roberto||“the one whose fame shines.”|
|109||Rodolfo||“the one who wins the battle.”|
|111||Roldan||is “famous in the village.”|
|113||Sabino||“the one who comes from La Sabina”|
|115||Salvatore||“one who saves”|
|116||Santiago||“Saint James.” “God will reward.”|
|120||Thiago||“God will give us a reward.” ‘may God protect’|
|121||Tobias||“God is good.”|
|123||Tulio||“belonging to Tullus.”|
|124||Urbano||“he who lives in the city.”|
|125||Valentino||“brave, strong, healthy.”|
|126||Vicente||“the one who wins”|
|127||Victor||“the one who wins”|
|130||Xavier||“the one who lives in the new house.”|
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