Spanish or Hispanic names are very exotic, trendy and a good way to be a part of following a new and variant culture. We all love exploring different cultures and being a part of it always amazing, then why not give our little one a dash of this variant culture in his name. Hispanic Boy names comes with powerful and beautiful meaning too. Here’s a list of some popular Hispanic boy names that you can pick for your little one:
If a trendy name feels too way out of the line, an traditional name might be the way to go. After all, it’ll never go out of swag. Mateo, or Matias, aka the Spanish version of Matthew, which means god’s gift
You have big dreams for your little scholar. Maybe he would love science , or arts or commerce or all three ! So give him a name that’s full of wisdom, honor, and truth. Hugo, which means supreme intellect
Give your little prince a name that’s worthy of the throne (even if that throne is his car seat for the time being!). Esteban, which means “coronated” is subtly royal without being too sassy. The royalty and poise will grow along with your baby boy.
It’s no surprise that celebrities’ kids often influence the most popular baby names every Santiago is a very popular name among some Hollywood stars. It’s a variant of St. James, aka the patron saint of Spain. Hollywood or Bollywood celebrity names are always a go to for choices of trendy names.
Bestow upon him greatness and strength grace him with a name that will fill him with strength and confidence. Like Leonel, which means “little lion.” Courage, determination and honesty is the need of the hour. He would be lion King who always stands by his queen.
You might already know that Juan is the Spanish form of John, but according to Baby Name directory, the earliest form of the name is the Hebrew Yehohanan which means“God is gracious.”. This one often used as John as a short form.
The Spanish variation of the name Peter, Pedro means strong as rock.It is another popular name of biblical origin. In Matthew 16:18 Christ tells Simon, “and I tell you that you are Peter, and on this rock I will build My church. Thus making it a traditional yet go to trendy and elegant name
Manuel is the Spanish form of the Hebrew name Immanuel which means God is always with his people. Manuel was and is one of the most popular names, with its nicknames being Mano, Manu which are popularly used.
The Spanish variant of Xavier, Javier (pronounced HA-vee-air) is derived from the Basque name Exteberria meaning “new house”.Many Javiers go by the nickname Javi. As cool as it sounds gives a very unique and old school Spanish touch to itself.
The name Carlos is a Spanish variation of Charles, which means the man. It’s always been one of the most popular names and maintained the spot in top hispanic names for boys since years and it still holds the spot, nicknames for Carlos include Carlito, Carlitos, Chuck, Chuckie, and Carl. One of the names “Chuck” has been used for a character in a famous English TV show named Gossip Girl.
It’s Spanish form of San Diego, and is an hispanic version of the name James. Goes popular among the celebrities and is made popular ever since.
Origin from Latin this name means being humble, it’s a Spanish version of the name paulus in Latin. Pablo Picasso was one of the most popular artist of his time.
The meaning of this name is quiet strong and powerful. It means the defender of the mankind and his people. It’s a Spanish form of the name Alexander. This name has created and turned many pages in history. Very old school yet popular name even today. Give your little prince this name to give him a royalty in his name and popularity in his life
It’s a given name and most popularly used surname in many cultures. It means courageous, conqueror and leader. This name too comes from old diaries and memories but still holds a place in our hearts even today. Another example of old school mixed with modern swag.
It’s an equivalent to the English name Anthony. This name is as great as it’s meaning. The name means praiseworthy. Might have originated in the English culture but holds a place around the globe in the form of different cultures.
Yet another simple but powerful name is Gael. It means the one who is merry and joyful. It gives a sense of joy when we utter this name so does it give joy to the bearer. Come what may staying joyful with all the situation is a must in today’s scenario.
I am pretty sure this list will help quench your search for trendy Spanish or Hispanic baby boy names for your little one.