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AGUINALDO m Spanish, Portuguese (Brazilian), Italian (Archaic)
From the Latin expression hoc in anno
meaning "during this year". Aguinaldo in Spain and Latin America is the thirteen salary. It is also a folk genre of Christmas music based on an archaic form of Spanish Christmas carols (also called villancicos
AMADEU m Catalan, Occitan, Aragonese, Sicilian, Corsican, Galician, Portuguese (Brazilian)
Catalan, Occitan, Aragonese, Sicilian, Corsican, and Portuguese form of AMADEUS
and Galician variant of AMADEO
ANDRESSA f Portuguese (Brazilian)
This feminine name is common in Brazil, where it is a more elaborate form of ANDRÉA
. It might even have been influenced by the Spanish ANDRÉS
, since a logical feminization of that name would be Andrésa
(which does exist in Spanish, but is rare).
CÍCERO m Portuguese (Brazilian)
Portuguese form of CICERO
. It became popular because of Padre Cícero, a Brazilian priest who became a spiritual leader to the people of the Northeast Region of Brazil.
DEDÉ m Portuguese (Brazilian)
Portuguese (Brazilian) diminutive of ANDERSON
. A famous bearer is Brazilian footballer Anderson Vital da Silva who is known as Dedé. He plays as a centre back or sweeper for Cruzeiro and the Brazilian national football team.
DERALDO m Portuguese (Brazilian)
The meaning of this name is not wholly certain; it may be a combination of two existing, separate names. What name the first part of Deraldo could have come from, I don't know - but the second part could be either from the name ALDO
or it could come from a Germanic name with the element wald