14 Spanish Baby Names for Girls That Are Just Too Sweet
What is it about the Spanish language that makes every word sound so timeless and romantic? These beautiful baby names for girls are no exception. Here, 14 pretty monikers to inspire you in your search for the perfect name for your little chica. (Although, we totally support a babymoon to Spain for research purposes.)
Having a winter baby? This sweet name means “white snow.”
Pronounced roh-SEE-oh, this unique moniker means “dewdrops” in Spanish.
Hey, if it’s good enough for Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes…
Spanish for “dove,” this name is often associated with peace. (No promises that she won’t keep you up at night, though.)
Means “gracious gifts,” so pretty perfect for your little bundle.
The “J” is pronounced “H.”
The Italian and Spanish variation of Eloise.
Means “soul,” so she’ll probably be a real free spirit.
Or Vivi for short.
Means “sweet.” (Aww...)
This Spanish variation of Lorraine was actually one of the top 1,000 most popular girls’ names for a staggering 130 years (but dropped off the list in 2011).
Although this pretty name comes from a title of the Virgin Mary (Our Lady of Solitude), it’s also associated with the Spanish words for "sea" and "sun"—mar y sol.
This Spanish version of Emerald (pronounced ez-meh-RAHL-dah) is perfect for your little gem.