South American names
include those from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, and Venezuela.
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EUROSIA f Italian, Spanish
A famous bearer was Eurosia Fabris, also known as Mamma Rosa, who was beatified in 2005.
EUSTÓRGIO m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Eustorgios
. A known bearer of this name was Eustórgio Wanderley (1882-1962), a Brazilian journalist, poet, painter and composer.
EUVALDO m Spanish, Portuguese
Spanish and Portuguese form of EUWALD
. A bearer of this name was Euvaldo Lodi (1896-1956), a Brazilian politician and businessman.
EVALDO m Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of EWALD
. Bearers of this name include Brazilian singer and composer Evaldo Braga (1948-1973) and Brazilian soccer player Evaldo dos Santos Fabiano (b... [more]
FALIN m Spanish (Latin American, Rare)
The Latin name Falin a masculine variant of the name Feline which is a Latin name meaning "cat-like". Falin literally translates to "Secret", or more commonly "My Secret".
FEBRONIA f Spanish, Late Roman, Polish, Italian
Possibly from Februa
, different names for the same Roman purification festival which was held during the month of February. The festival and the month were both named for the Latin word februum
"purging, purification", which was probably from a lost Sabine word itself descended from a reduplication of the Proto-Indo-European word *dhes-
FEDRA f Bosnian, Italian, Sicilian, Portuguese, Spanish, Croatian (Rare), Galician
Bosnian, Croatian, Italian, Galician, Portuguese and Spanish form of PHAEDRA
FLORIÁN m Czech, Slovak, Spanish, Galician
Czech, Slovak, Spanish and Galician form of Florianus
). Known bearers of this name include the Spanish director and screenwriter Florián Rey (1894-1962), the Slovak painter Florián Klimkovič (1756-1826) and the Czech violinist Florián Zajíc (1853-1926).
FROILÁN m Spanish, Galician
Spanish derivative of FROILA
, a Visigothic name probably derived from Germanic *frau
"lord" (Gothic frauja
"lord"; compare FREYR
) and the Gothic name suffix *ila