Spanish Baby Names

Top Spanish Baby Names 2016

Rank Name
1 Olivia
2 Jade
3 Anastasia
4 Aurora
5 Adora
6 Savannah
7 Emilia
8 Cecilia
9 Clara
10 Valentina
11 Marissa
12 Anahi
13 Laura
14 Santiago
15 Antonio
16 Marina
17 Abelardo
18 Cruz
19 Luciano
20 Milo
21 Reyes
22 Alba
23 Alma
24 Cassandra
25 Celia
26 Emilio
27 Marisol
28 Nina
29 Osias
30 Alejandro
31 Amias
32 Aurelio
33 Delia
34 Estela
35 Isa
36 Leonardo
37 Lola
38 Lorenzo
39 Roman
40 Sergio
41 Ademar
42 Aldo
43 Antonia
44 Carlito
45 Carlos
46 Fernando
47 Gloria
48 Leonor
49 Rosa
50 Sierra
51 Vicente
52 Adelmo
53 Arturo
54 Cierra
55 Claudia
56 Jesenia
57 Manuel
58 Micaela
59 Miguel
60 Orlando
61 Paloma
62 Sol
63 Ugo
64 Yesenia
65 Alberto
66 Alexandro
67 Alonzo
68 Alvaro
69 Benito
70 Bibiana
71 Cesar
72 Charo
73 Chavez
74 Fabiola
75 Flavia
76 Francisco
77 Guillermo
78 Manolo
79 Marco
80 Ramiro
81 Renaldo
82 Rio
83 Rosario
84 Silvio
85 Tia
86 Tomas
87 Valerio
88 Vito
89 Zavanna
90 Adolfo
91 Adoracion
92 Amelio
93 Andres
94 Arnaldo
95 Colorado
96 Consolata
97 Danilo
98 Dolores
99 Eduardo
100 Febe
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Rank Name
11 Marissa
12 Anahi
13 Laura
14 Santiago
15 Antonio
16 Marina
17 Abelardo
18 Cruz
19 Luciano
20 Milo

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Spanish Background

Currently spoken by 470 million people mainly in Spain and Latin America, Spanish is the second-most-spoken language in the world after Mandarin. Originally from Castile, Spain it evolved from Vulgar Latin in 210 BC and was taken to America via Spanish colonization. Officially spoken in 22 countries and being one of the 6 official languages of the United Nations, Spanish is the language of Hispanic/Latino culture, infamous for Spanish Inquisition, and famous for Miguel de Cervantes and Gabriel García Marquéz, salsa and flamenco, Mexican Mariachi,

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