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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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Alejandro

For pronunciation, see Lady Gaga’s smash hit.

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Santiago

Means “Saint James,” the patron saint of Spaniards.

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Diego

The Hispanic version of James.

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Matías

Means “gift of God.”

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Joaquín

Pronounced wah-KEEN. (You know, as in Phoenix.)

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Aldo

Means “very old,” which is pretty darn cute. 

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Sebastian

Or just Seb for short.

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Tomas

Means “twin,” but would be adorable for any type of sibling.

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Carlitos

Means “free man.” Let this little guy loose on the playground and watch how he lives up to his name.

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Enrique

Means “ruler of the house.” (Well, obviously.)

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Vito

A little bit Spanish, a little bit Italian and a whole lot of cuteness.

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Fernando

Great for ABBA lovers.

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Rodrigo

Means “famous ruler,” but no pressure.

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Felipe

Perfect for equestrians, this adorable moniker means “loves horses.”

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Manuel

But when you’re in a rush, it’s just Manny.

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Juan

A Spanish twist on John.

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Javier

Means “bright.” (You should probably start saving for an Ivy League school.)

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Mateo

So trendy.  

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Jorge

A strong moniker with Greek origins, it’s one of the ten most popular baby names in Spain.

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