Medieval Spanish Submitted Names

These names were used by medieval Spanish peoples.
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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Açach m Medieval Jewish, Medieval Spanish
Medieval Judeo-Spanish form of Isaac attested in Navarre.
Adosinda f Ancient Germanic (Gothic), Medieval Spanish
Visigothic name possibly derived from the Germanic elements aud "wealth" and sinþs "path". This was the name of an 8th-century queen of Asturias, Spain... [more]
Aio m Medieval Basque, Medieval Spanish
Possibly originated from the name of the Roman deity Aius. Documented for the first time in Roman era inscriptions in San Vicente de Alcántara (Badajoz), and in the 12th century in Iruña/Pamplona.
Aznaro m Medieval Spanish
Spanish form of Aznar.
Beatris f Russian (Rare), Medieval Occitan, Medieval Spanish, Medieval Flemish, Czech (Rare), Breton
Russian, Breton, medieval Spanish and medieval Occitan form of Beatrix as well as a Czech variant of that name.
Berich m Old High German, Medieval, Medieval Spanish
Old High German, Old Saxon bero "bear" + Old High German rih "ruler".
Castellana f Medieval Italian, Medieval Spanish, Medieval Catalan
Directly taken from Latin castellana "a (female) castellan; a damsel" as well as "of or pertaining to a castle".
Cristoval m Medieval Spanish
Medieval Spanish variant of Cristóbal.
Çulema m Medieval Jewish, Medieval Spanish
Possibly a medieval Judeo-Spanish form of Solomon.
Domenga f Medieval Spanish, Medieval Basque
Medieval Spanish and Medieval Basque form of Dominica.
Donadei m Medieval, Medieval Spanish, Medieval French
Latin donum "gift" + Latin dei "of God".
Egilona f Medieval Spanish, Ancient Germanic (Gothic)
Medieval Spanish name of Visigothic origin. Possibly related to Old Norse name Egil.... [more]
Eilo f & m Medieval Spanish, Medieval Basque
Medieval Spanish and Basque name of uncertain meaning and origin. Very common name during the middle ages, specially in the Álava province of the Basque country. In other regions of Spain it has been found mainly as a female name, probably a contraction of Eulalia or Eloísa... [more]
Ermengarda f Medieval Occitan, Medieval Spanish
Occitan and Spanish form of Ermingard.
Estevan m Louisiana Creole, Medieval Spanish
Medieval Spanish variant and Louisiana Spanish form of Esteban.
Ezmael m Medieval Jewish, Medieval Spanish
Medieval Judeo-Spanish form of Ismael.
Falcona f Medieval Spanish
Derived from Old High German falco "falcon".
Ferrando m Medieval Italian, Aragonese, Medieval Spanish
Spanish variant and Medieval Italian and Aragonese form of Fernando.
Flaín m Medieval Spanish
Derived from Latin Flavinus.
Fortún m Medieval Spanish (Archaic)
Medieval Spanish name derived from Latin fortunae meaning "fortune", or from fortunatus, meaning "one with fortune".... [more]
Fruela m Medieval Spanish, Asturian (Archaic)
Medieval form of Froilán. This was the name of two Asturian kings.
Gilo m Medieval French, Medieval Italian, Medieval Spanish, Medieval Catalan
Short form of various names beginning with Proto-Germanic *gailaz "merry, excited; beautiful; lush, lustful".
Goto f Medieval Spanish (Rare), Medieval Basque (Rare)
Medieval Spanish and Basque name of Visigothic origin, meaning "Goth", commonly used in combination with Andere "lady", in the form Andregoto.
Graviel m Medieval Spanish, Medieval Portuguese
Medieval Spanish and medieval Portuguese variant of Gabriel.
Gundisalvo m Medieval Spanish, Spanish (Latin American, Archaic)
Archaic Spanish form of Gundisalvus (see Gonzalo).
Ilduara f Medieval Portuguese, Medieval Spanish, Medieval Galician
A regional Medieval Latin name, from a Suevic or Gothic name, reconstructed in Proto-Germanic as *Hildiwarō, composed of the elements hild "battle" and warin "to guard, protect".
Iñiguez f Medieval Spanish
Possibly derived from the masculine given name Íñigo.
Juçe m Medieval Jewish, Medieval Spanish
Medieval Judeo-Spanish form of Joseph.
Junez m Medieval Jewish (Rare), Medieval Spanish (Rare)
Medieval Judeo-Spanish form of Jonah via the Arabic Yunis.
Laurente m Medieval Spanish (?), Filipino (Rare)
Possibly an archaic Spanish form of Laurence 1. Usage of this name in modern times is likely taken from the surname Laurente.
Liutgarde f Medieval, Old High German, Old Saxon, Medieval Spanish, Medieval German, Medieval French, Medieval English, German (Austrian, Archaic)
Old High German liut "people" + Old Saxon gard, Old High German gart "enclosure, protection; yard, garden".
Lorencia f Medieval Spanish, Portuguese (Brazilian), Filipino (Rare)
Archaic Spanish feminine form of Lorencio (Also compare Laurenzia/Lorenza and Laurencia).
Madelena f Medieval Portuguese, Medieval Spanish
Medieval Portuguese and medieval Spanish variant of Magdalena.
Marculfo m Medieval Italian, Medieval Spanish
Italian and Spanish form of Marculf.
Marquessa f Medieval Spanish
Derived from Old French markis, marchis "marquis", ultimately from Old High German marka "march; fortified area along a border".
Mencia f Medieval Spanish, Medieval Basque
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Current theories include a derivation from Gallo-Latin Mincius, which itself may be contracted from Minicius or Minucius, or a variant of Minthius.
Merdocay m Medieval Jewish, Medieval Spanish
Medieval Judeo-Spanish form of Mordecai.
Monnia f Medieval Spanish
Possibly an adoption of Basque Munia.
Ochanda f Medieval Spanish
Spanish form of the name Otsanda
Odelhard m Old High German, Old Saxon, Medieval, Medieval French, Medieval Spanish, Medieval German
Old High German uodal "heritage, homestead" + Old Saxon hard, Old High German hart "strong, hard".
Odulina f Medieval Spanish, Medieval Catalan
Medieval Spanish and medieval Catalan form of Odilia.
Oger m Medieval Spanish
Medieval Spanish form of Oier.
Ordoño m Medieval Spanish, Medieval Galician
Spanish and Galician form of Medieval Latin Ordonius, itself of unknown meaning and origin. Theories include a corruption of Fortunius and a derivation from Basque urde "pig, wild boar".
Oreca f Medieval Spanish
Medieval Spanish variant of Urraca.
Oroana f Medieval Spanish
Medieval Spanish form of Oriana.
Orodueyna f Medieval Jewish, Medieval Spanish
Medieval Judeo-Spanish feminine name from oro meaning "gold" and dueyna meaning "lady".
Ostosia f Ancient Germanic, Medieval Spanish
A derivative of Proto-Germanic austraz "eastern".
Peiro m Medieval Spanish, Medieval Occitan, Aragonese
Medieval Spanish, medieval Occitan and Aragonese form of Peter.
Placentius m Medieval Spanish, Medieval Italian
Derived from Latin placentius "pleasing, satisfying, giving pleasure".
Polo m Spanish, English, Italian, English (American), Medieval Spanish, Medieval Italian
This name likely roots from Paolo or Paulo, and Polo is a variant of both. It can be used in association with the sport also, but very rarely is.
Recaredo m Medieval Spanish (Rare)
Medieval Spanish form of Reccared.
Reyher m Medieval Spanish (Rare)
There is a River by the name of REYHER! It's location is close to the city of Prague. Once belonged to Orissa. River is still there!
Sancia f Medieval Spanish, Gascon
(Medieval) Spanish and Gascon form of Sanctia.
Sandalius m Medieval Spanish (Latinized)
The name of a 4th century martyr from Cordoba. The name is also recorded as Sandulf, a Germanic name formed from the name elements SAND "truth" and WOLF "wolf".
Senthilde f Medieval, Medieval Spanish
Proto-Germanic sinþaz "journey, way, path" + Proto-Germanic hildiz "battle, fight".
Serventa f Medieval, Medieval Spanish
A derivative of Latin serviens "serving; servant".
Servusdei m Medieval Spanish
From Latin servus dei "servant of God".... [more]
Siserich m Old High German, Medieval, Medieval Spanish
Old High German sisu "lament, song" + Old High German rih "ruler".
Sisulf m Old High German, Medieval, Medieval Spanish
Old High German sisu "lament, song" + Old High German wolf, Gothic wulf "wolf".
Soloro f Medieval Spanish, Medieval Jewish
Medieval Judeo-Spanish feminine name from sol meaning "sun" and oro meaning "gold".
Solveyllida f Medieval Jewish, Medieval Spanish
Medieval Judeo-Spanish feminine name form sol meaning "sun" and bellida meaning "beautiful".
Taresa f Medieval Spanish
Medieval Spanish form of Teresa.
Tegrida f Medieval Spanish
Medieval Spanish variant of Tigris.
Toda f Medieval Basque, Medieval Spanish, Medieval Portuguese
A famous bearer of this name is Queen Toda of Navarre.
Urraca f Medieval Spanish, Medieval Basque, Medieval Galician
Derived from Spanish urraca "magpie", ultimately from Latin furax "thievish". Several medieval queens of Navarre bore this name.
Urso m Medieval German, Medieval French, Medieval Italian, Medieval Portuguese, Medieval Spanish, Medieval English (Rare), Swiss (Archaic)
Form of Urs in several languages. It was borne by a martyr in the 3rd century and two French and Italian saints in the 6th century.
Velasquita f Medieval Spanish
Feminine diminutive of Velasco. Velasquita Ramírez was an 11th-century queen consort of León as the first wife of King Bermudo II.
Viterico m Medieval Spanish, Ancient Germanic (Gothic, Hispanicized), History
From wid "forest", and -ric "poweful".... [more]
Ynes f Medieval Spanish
Medieval Spanish form of Inés.
Zifar m Literature, Medieval Spanish
Meaning unknown. 'Livro del cavallero Cifar' (later written Zifar) is the earliest fictional adventure tale in prose in the Spanish language. It was written around 1300, probably by a cleric of Toledo, Ferrand Martínez.