20 Spanish Baby Names for Boys That Are Muy Bonito
Tapas, Flamenco, Rioja wine—those Spaniards really know a thing or two about the finer things in life. Case in point: these beautiful names for your adorable little chico. (Just remember that the “J”s are pronounced as “H”s.)
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Means “Saint James,” the patron saint of Spaniards.
The Hispanic version of James.
Means “gift of God.”
Pronounced wah-KEEN. (You know, as in Phoenix.)
Means “very old,” which is pretty darn cute.
Or just Seb for short.
Means “twin,” but would be adorable for any type of sibling.
Means “free man.” Let this little guy loose on the playground and watch how he lives up to his name.
Means “ruler of the house.” (Well, obviously.)
A little bit Spanish, a little bit Italian and a whole lot of cuteness.
Great for ABBA lovers.
Means “famous ruler,” but no pressure.
Perfect for equestrians, this adorable moniker means “loves horses.”
But when you’re in a rush, it’s just Manny.
A Spanish twist on John.
Means “bright.” (You should probably start saving for an Ivy League school.)
A strong moniker with Greek origins, it’s one of the ten most popular baby names in Spain.
As in García Bernal.