Exotic Names For
Boys And Girls

When you are looking for the perfect name for your baby, not just any name will do. It needs to be meaningful, and you may even want it to tie into your culture. Spanish baby names are rich with meaning and culture. If you are looking for an exotic name, check out our pick of the top Spanish names for boys and girls!

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Cool Spanish names

These 50 girls' and boys' names include some that are also the first names of stars and hit television show characters. Quick: What's the first name of the actor who plays a sexy mobster on General Hospital? How about the on-air name of his fictional ex-wife's husband? What about the All My Children character that Kelly Ripa's hubby once played?

And as for the girls: A Tomb Raiding actress, Courtney Cox's daughter and several other stars all have Spanish monikers. See if you can pick them out!

Spanish baby girl names

Adriana
Anjelica
Bella
Bryssa
Camila
Cierra
Coco
Dalila
Emilie
Eva
Felicita
Isabella
Ivette
Jade
Jordana
Kasandra
Lilliana
Lola
Lolita
Natalia
Nina
Olivia
Pilar
Raquel
Sofia
Susana
Telma
Valentina
Zanita

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Spanish baby boy names

Adan
Alejandro
Angelo
Anton
Beltran
Calvino
Cesar
Cirilo
Damian
Dante
Dario
Fabio
Fausto
Felix
Frisco
Gustavo
Hugo
Humberto
Ivan
Javier
Jax
Julian
Leonardo
Mateo
Mauricio
Nevada
Orlin
Stefano
Videl

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Comments on "Spanish baby names and meanings"

Isa December 05, 2010 | 4:16 PM

Most of these names are not Spanish at all, especially the girl names. Some real Spanish names for girls: Isabel, María, Lucía, Aitana, Sonia, Laura, Julia, Carmen, Inmaculada, Rosa, Meritxell, Montse, Candela... And for boys: Pedro, Pablo, Juan, Agustín, Víctor, David, Daniel, Mateo, Marcos, Lucas, Oscar, Raúl, Rubén, Francisco, Antonio, Jorge (Jordi), Héctor, Ángel, José Luis...

Anon September 24, 2010 | 12:36 PM

Just for the record, whoever made these names needs to check into the origins again... Adriana, Bella and Kasandra, and MOST OF THE GUYS NAMES are actually Italian, not Spanish.

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