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The pronunciation key here gives a very Anglicized way of saying the name. In Spanish it's said with purer vowels: cone-sayp-see-OWN.
triangular  8/9/2006
I don't think I would name my daughter this. It sounds weird. Too many jokes.
― Anonymous User  6/4/2007
In Spanish (standard Spanish) it's pronounced something like kohn-thep-thiohn.
Eirene  11/25/2007
This name was used by a female on the 1930 Censo México (Mexico Census).
JesseTheGirl  7/28/2008
This has got to be one of the worst names out there. Name your kid something else please.
number1212  9/18/2008
It makes me think of contraception!
― Anonymous User  11/28/2008
It sounds like a hot girl. Latina mothers should name their daughters this.
sddorme  7/1/2009
The pronunciation given is incorrect, as others have pointed out. The first syllable should be "kon" (sounds like cone), not "kawn".
― Anonymous User  9/12/2009
The o in the first syllable does not sound like the o in "cone," which is a diphthong, not a pure vowel as in Spanish. It's more like the o in "or" (without the r, if you pronounce it).
Kosta  9/30/2009
Who would want to name their daughter "conception"? Please don't do it. Give your child a good name with a good meaning.
― Anonymous User  10/14/2009
I personally think this name is very pretty. Though, I wouldn't use it myself, because I wouldn't want her to be called "Concha".
― Anonymous User  1/29/2010
I'm not keen on this name. The meaning sounds strange and the name itself is way too religious. I do like the nickname Conchita, however.
bananarama  6/4/2010

GENDER: Feminine

USAGE: Various

CONTRIBUTOR: cutenose on 8/8/2016

LAST EDITOR: cutenose on 8/8/2016 [revision history]

Meaning & History

Variant of Concepción used outside of Spanish speaking countries.
LMS  1/13/2017
Concepcion is also a surname found in the US in Puerto Rico and New York, and in other countries including Chile and Venezuela.

From Venezuela comes the famous Cincinnati Reds Shortstop - David Concepcion. He played in Major League Baseball for 19 years with the Reds including their back-to-back World Series championship seasons in 1975 and 1976. The Reds later retired jersey number 13 in honor of his contributions to the team.
Santica  9/25/2017

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