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AHTZIRI f Spanish (Mexican)
Possibly a variant of the name YATZIRI
. May be of Mayan or Aztec origin, with some sources claiming it means "corn flower" or "corn goddess".
ALCÁNTARA f Spanish (Mexican, Rare)
Given in honour of Peter of Alcántara, a Spanish Franciscan friar canonized in 1669. The name of the place Alcántara is itself from the Arabic word al-Qanṭarah (القنطرة)
meaning "the bridge".
EPIGMENIO m Italian (Archaic), Spanish (Mexican)
Italian and Spanish form of EPIGMENIUS
. Most known bearers of this name are Mexican, and they include the insurgent Epigmenio González Flores (1781-1858), the priest and politician Epigmenio de la Piedra (1792-1873), the judoka Epigmenio Exiga (b... [more]
ERUBEY m Spanish (Mexican), American
There was a boxer in the early 1970s in Mexico named Erubey Carmona, but he had changed his name from Eudibiel
. Since all the people I can find with this name are young Mexican or Mexican-American men, I'm beginning to think the name originated with this boxer... [more]
JHONEN m American, Spanish (Mexican)
The famous cartoonist "Jhonen Vasquez" bears this name. He is known best for his comic, "Johnny The Homicidal Maniac" and his children's cartoon, "Invader Zim".
JHONFAI m Spanish (Mexican)
This is the second name of Marco Fabián. He is a Mexican professional footballer who plays for German club Eintracht Frankfurt and the Mexican national team.
MARICHELO f Spanish (Mexican)
Italian form of Spanish Maricela. Contraction of María and Celia. The meaning is not known for certain, but there are several theories including from Maria "rebelliousness", "beloved" or "love"; and from Celia to Celio Roman means "heaven", or from Celia to Cecilia to Caecilius, which means "blind".... [more]
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.
SOPAPILLA f Spanish (Mexican)
From the name of the fried pastry and a type of quick bread served in several regions with Spanish heritage in the Americas.
YATZIRI f Spanish (Mexican)
Some sources mention this being Mayan in origin, however no evidence can be found supporting this, nor of the supposed meaning of 'maiden of the moon'. It's possible it's derived from an authentic yet obscure indigenous name, or it's a modern invention inspired by the likes of YARETZI