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CATIRA f Spanish (Caribbean)
Means "blonde" in the Cumanagota dialect, a Carib language most common to the native peoples of Venezuela. It is now a name and slang for a blonde-haired person in Venezuela.
FROSSÉZA f Spanish (Caribbean, Rare)
Forza literally means force, or power. But also, as one Italian dictionary puts it, "the ability to face the difficulties of life." Used in this context, forza means something like “come on” or “you can do it!” Almost like saying “be strong” or “you've got the strength to do this.”... [more]
LARIMAR f Spanish (Caribbean)
From the name for a rare turquoise-blue variety of pectolite mineral, discovered around 1916 in the Dominican Republic. The Dominican who discovered the stone named it after his daughter Larissa, and the word mar, the Spanish word for sea.
PRIMAVERA f Italian (Rare), Medieval Italian, Spanish (Mexican, Rare), Spanish (Caribbean, Rare)
Derived from Vulgar Latin prīmavēra
"spring". The descendant word primavera
is used in Asturian, Catalan, Galician, Italian, Portuguese (and Old Portuguese), Sicilian, and Spanish.
USMAIL m Spanish (Caribbean)
Commonly used by Cubans and Cuban-American immigrants, this name is inspired by the U.S. Mail service.
YOTUEL m Spanish (Caribbean), Spanish (Latin American)
Mainly seen in Cuba, where there is a clear trend for parents to be creative with names. One might think one element of this name is derived from Hebrew el
"God", but that is not so: rather, this name is made up of the Spanish pronouns yo
"you" and el