I have distant relatives living in Argentina, and some of their names are unknown to me (or I can't find anything about the meaning or origin of those names on the Internet). Perhaps you could disclose their meanings to me?
All the names are female names.Alira
- I have no idea what this name means. It isn't listed in this database.Cayetana
- the name isn't listed in this database, but Cayetano
*is* listed, so that's probably the male counterpart. Still, I don't just want to assume something, I'd rather have certainty.Chuznelda
- I have no idea what this name means. Just typing it in in Google did not offer any results whatsoever. :-/Delmira
- perhaps the female form of Delmar
? She also has a nickname, which is Pasión
. I suppose it could mean 'passion', but still, I don't want to assume too much.Elba
- this name is listed in the database, but it doesn't list a meaning. Perhaps you could find one?Elva
- This name is listed in the database, but couldn't it have a different meaning in either Spanish or Portuguese? Since this database lists either a Germanic or Icelandic meaning.Justa
- This name isn't listed in the database, but I suspect it's the Spanish female version of Justus
. Or, it could be a different spelling of Gusta
, which is short for Augusta
- I have no idea what this name means, and it isn't listed in this database either. This relative's full name is: Elva
Nelida [surname] (for Elva
, see above). She also has a nickname, Poro.
I can't see where they got this masculine-sounding nickname from, if I look at her first and middle names.
That are all the names I would like to know the meaning of.
Oh, I just saw that there's just one male name that I don't know the meaning of, either. It's Meroslao
(or spelled as Meroslão). In this case, I'm not sure if it's the middle name or just the surname, but I think it's the former.
Thank you very much in advance if you could help me! :D