Nombres varones españoles: los 14 nombres propios más raros

Nombres varones españoles: los 14 nombres propios más raros

los 14 nombres propios más raros

Por raro que parezca, nombrar es una de las cosas que más nos caracterizan como seres humanos, pues sólo nosotros nombramos. En el principio era el Verbo. No obstante, amén de Adán y de algún que otro neologismo, al nacer lo encontramos todo ya nombrado –al menos, lo común y estándar, necesario para entendernos–. Por eso, probablemente una de las cosas que más se piensa uno es cómo llamar a su hijo, ocasión única y sin igual que tiene el hombre de nombrar volitivamente algo, eligiéndolo a su gusto y según su voluntad.

Sin compararlos con la prole, el gusto e incluso la necesidad de nombrar los observamos por todas partes. Nombramos, claro, a nuestras mascotas, pero no es infrecuente hallar a quien nombra a su coche, su bici, su guitarra o su finca. Nos gusta nombrar.

La ley española establece algunas restricciones, como que no se pueden poner a los niños nombres confusos, que los perjudiquen o humillen o que dificulten la identificación, ni tampoco llamarlos como a sus hermanos.

Durante mucho tiempo fue el santoral quien llevaba la batuta a la hora de nombrar a los niños. En castellano son frecuentísimos los nombres de santo o de personajes bíblicos, por no decir que son mayoría. Más tarde se han puesto de moda nombres exóticos, extranjeros o relacionados con fenómenos de la naturaleza. Valga como ejemplo lo único que se sabe de la hija de Penélope Cruz y Javier Bardem: que se llama Luna.

Los famosos son especialmente extravagantes a la hora de nombrar a sus bebés. Brooklyn fue, por ejemplo, el primer vástago de David Beckham y la ex spice girl Victoria. El pequeño lleva el nombre del lugar en que fue concebido. Pero no toda la culpa es suya.

Proliferan por la red fotos de documentos de identidad que, efectivamente, muestran unos nombres de pila dignos de ser reseñados. Parece que esto de nombrar se nos está yendo de las manos. Aquí van los más curiosos.

1. Adolfo Hitler Flores de Valgaz Álava

Por razones más que obvias, parece que este nombre no es demasiado afortunado. De hecho, se sabe que tras el fracaso del fascismo nazi y el descubrimiento de los crímenes perpetradosen Alemania, menguó notablemente el número de bebés que se llamaran Adolf, pues el nombre tenía evidentes connotaciones negativas.

2. Jesucristo Hitler Paracelso Montoya González

Aunque, si observamos éste, quizá simplemente los padres pretendan poner nombres épicos a sus hijos, de hombres que movieron masas y cambiaron –de uno u otro modo– el mundo. No se sabe qué resulta más curioso, si la conjunción de Jesucristo y Hitler en la misma persona, o la combinación con apellidos tan hispanos.

3. Usnavy Marina Pérez González

Marina es, en efecto, un nombre de pila común en español. Pero ese Usnavy inicial no hace referencia sino a la marina americana (US Navy). No sabemos si los padres quisieron un nombre bilingüe, o si su amor por las fuerzas armadas era tal que así decidieron nombrar a su hija. No deja de resultar graciosa la evocación a una entidad de tal calibre seguida de los comunes apellidos Pérez y González.

4. James Bond Noteno Coquinche

Si hay un Rocky y un Rambo, cómo no va a haber un James Bond. Ponle a tu hijo el nombre de quien salva el mundo una y otra vez sin mancharse el traje y Jesucristo Hitler parecerá una nimiedad. Además, la controversia ideológica queda fuera.

5. Email Suárez Barboza

Las nuevas tecnologías nos invaden, ¡y hasta qué punto! Aquí queda patente que nuestro amor por los correos electrónicos puede llegar muy lejos.

6. Rocky Rambo Quispe Mamani

¿Quién no ha querido ser Rocky? ¿Y Rambo? Este niño no tuvo que elegir. Esperemos que no saliera enclenque, porque las bromas escolares pueden haber sido muy duras: un nombre así es demasiado arriesgado.

7. Venezuela Libre Socialista Marcano Vásquez

Parece que el nombre de la prole también puede servir para abanderar una consigna política. Eso sí, la libertad de elección que se le ofrece a la niña es escasa: ¿cómo llamarse así y defender otra ideología?

8. Christmas Day Balam Koyoc

El día de Navidad es siempre bonito y familiar, pero de ahí a llamar así a un hijo hay un trecho muy grande. Resulta gracioso imaginarse a Christmas Day en bañador, moreno, tomándose un daiquiri. Parece como si sólo pudiera ataviarse con un gorro de Papá Noel.

9. Rolling Hendrix Méndez Castro

Bueno, si el niño en cuestión consigue fusionar los genios a los que les ha tomado prestado el nombre, es indudable que dará de que hablar. Esperemos, al menos, que los padres le comprasen una guitarra.

10. Shakespeare Mozart Amstrong Correa

Todo el mundo quiere que su hijo sea un genio, pero que sea estos tres parece demasiado. Claro que, por pedir…

11. Disney Landia Rodríguez

¿Se tratará del lugar en que fue concebida?

Por raro que parezca, nombrar es una de las cosas que más nos caracterizan como seres humanos, pues sólo nosotros nombramos. En el principio era el Verbo. No obstante, amén de Adán y de algún que otro neologismo, al nacer lo encontramos todo ya nombrado –al menos, lo común y estándar, necesario para entendernos–. Por eso, probablemente una de las cosas que más se piensa uno es cómo llamar a su hijo, ocasión única y sin igual que tiene el hombre de nombrar volitivamente algo, eligiéndolo a su gusto y según su voluntad.

Los 100 nombres de hombre más comunes en España

 

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— Actualización: 28/05/2017; Autor: Saber es práctico

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INTRODUCCIÓN

¿Antonio? ¿José? ¿Manuel? ¿Cuáles son los nombres de hombre más comunes en España?

A continuación os dejo un listado numerado con los 100 nombres de hombre más comunes de España según los últimos datos¹ del Instituto Nacional de Estadística.

 

2. LOS 100 NOMBRES DE HOMBRE MÁS COMUNES EN ESPAÑA

N.º NOMBRE ¿CUÁNTOS HAY?
1 Antonio 702 882
2 José 625 280
3 Manuel 609 506
4 Francisco 519 796
5 David 361 991
6 Juan 360 743
7 José Antonio 314 363
8 Javier 304 459
9 José Luis 298 983
10 Daniel 290 613
11 Francisco Javier 288 935
12 Jesús 283 007
13 Carlos 279 191
14 Alejandro 253 950
15 Miguel 252 766
16 Jose Manuel 244 991
17 Rafael 241 594
18 Pedro 232 491
19 Miguel Ángel 228 087
20 Ángel 225 218
21 José María 213 778
22 Pablo 212 282
23 Fernando 208 099
24 Sergio 203 921
25 Luis 199 917
26 Jorge 191 416
27 Alberto 180 009
28 Juan Carlos 160 749
29 Juan José 155 782
30 Álvaro 153 034
31 Diego 149 301
32 Adrián 147 456
33 Raúl 139 174
34 Juan Antonio 136 226
35 Enrique 132 873
36 Iván 131 895
37 Ramón 128 542
38 Rubén 126 329
39 Vicente 125 428
40 Óscar 122 342
41 Andrés 118 951
42 Joaquín 116 299
43 Juan Manuel 114 422
44 Santiago 111 821
45 Eduardo 107 820
46 Víctor 104 941
47 Roberto 98 331
48 Mario 97 447
49 Jaime 97 429
50 Francisco José 95 816
51 Ignacio 91 032
52 Marcos 88 136
53 Alfonso 86 933
54 Salvador 84 010
55 Ricardo 83 420
56 Jordi 83 336
57 Emilio 76 111
58 Guillermo 71 811
59 Julián 70 253
60 Gabriel 69 992
61 Julio 69 847
62 Hugo 69 509
63 Tomás 67 033
64 Marc 65 992
65 José Miguel 65 401
66 Agustín 65 349
67 Gonzalo 64 109
68 Mohamed 60 945
69 José Ramón 59 932
70 Félix 58 892
71 Joan 56 482
72 Nicolás 55 808
73 Ismael 55 086
74 Cristian 53 460
75 Martín 52 187
76 Samuel 51 914
77 Aitor 49 124
78 Josep 47 942
79 Juan francisco 47 857
80 Mariano 47 561
81 Domingo 46 851
82 Héctor 45 420
83 José Carlos 45 301
84 Alfredo 44 873
85 Sebastián 44 607
86 César 43 012
87 Iker 42 660
88 Felipe 42 162
89 José Ángel 41 035
90 José Ignacio 40 023
91 Alex 39 561
92 Victor Manuel 39 377
93 Lucas 37 491
94 Luis Miguel 37 123
95 Rodrigo 36 058
96 Gregorio 35 818
97 José Francisco 35 029
98 Juan Luis 34 611
99 Xavier 34 033
100 Albert 33 992

 

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NOTAS Y ACLARACIONES

  1. Los datos más recientes del INE (publicados el 24 de mayo de 2017) fueron recopilados del censo a fecha de 1 de enero de 2016.
  2. El nombre de hombre más frecuente en España, incluyendo su presencia en nombres simples y compuestos, sería José (casi 2,8 millones de hombres españoles tienen José como su nombre o parte de su nombre compuesto).

 

4. RELACIONADO

  • Los 100 nombres de mujer más comunes de España.

 

5. REFERENCIAS

  • Ine.es — Página oficial del Instituto Nacional de Estadística de España (2017). Los 100 nombres más frecuentes para el total nacional. Disponible [AQUÍ].

 

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Do you want to know what are the Spanish names of perfect? Undoubtedly, when we are faced with the birth of a child, we always refer to lists of names and also ask about their origin. So, from the next thing we show you, you will know that they are the most common and originate from Spain.

But not only that, you will also find out which are the rarest and even the most Spanish names that our famous people have is my favorite. An overview of those that were today, yesterday and always, which you cannot miss. Discover them all!

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  • 1 Spanish female names
  • 2 Names of Spanish boys
  • 3 Names of Spanish artists
  • 4 Rare Spanish names
  • 5 Spanish names celebrities
  • 6 Old Spanish names
  • 7 The most common Spanish names
  • 9 Sour 9003 Spanish female names

    These are the most famous female names in our country, but fathers and mothers continue to bet on some of the most classic ones. In this sense, and as we shall see later, there is a long history behind our existence. So, in it both queens and princesses were baptized from Spanish female names this will sound familiar to all of us and quite a bit. The court was not complicated and always chose from generation to generation so that none of them wasted. If you think of Spanish girl names, it is clear that they will all appear:

    • Maria
    • Lola
    • Alma
    • Paula
    • Sofia
    • Lucia
    • Sarah
    • Noa
    • Carmen

    Spanish girl names They can be different, and in addition to the most classic or basic, there are others that are needed. They have that beauty that we like so much and which in a nutshell defines a person. Some of them are about places, others about feelings, but they are all vital to consider, as is the case with Spanish Names for Women . Do you want to know what we’re talking about?

    • Laura
    • Ainhoa ​​
    • Alice
    • Clara
    • White
    • dew
    • Nerea
    • Mayte
    • Triana
    • Mencia
    • Happiness
    • Maribel
    • Leire
    • Mia,

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    Spanish boy names

    Spanish male names which are very common and quickly associated with the person we all know. Some of them are still widely used and others have fallen into disuse, but they will surely look like you. When it comes to the names of Spanish men, it is true that we can help ourselves by drawing on history books and from all those kings who were an important part of our country many centuries ago. Both Felipe and Juan and Carlos are very close to the history of Spain, but in addition to them, you can always use other regular customers who have the beauty and simplicity that we expect. nine0005

    • Daniel
    • Juan Carlos
    • Jose
    • Manuel
    • Antonio
    • Louis
    • Francisco
    • Martin
    • Pablo
    • Hugo
    • Adrian
    • Xavier

    Among Spanish male names We can also move from the classics to others that may have been in the background. Because there are always differences between some Spanish boy names and others. Time is who usually says it, and also, of course, trends and tastes. Hence, below we may hear them less, but because of their importance, they must also have been among us. nine0005

    • Guillen
    • Pelayo
    • Jimeno
    • Bertin
    • Marcelino
    • Santos
    • Loyal
    • Remigio
    • Mateo
    • Mario
    • Stuart

    Names of Spanish Artists

    • Pablo Picasso : One of the most significant artists of the 1881 century, born in Málaga XNUMX. Although he is known for his role as an artist, he also showcased his art in ceramics, sculpture or painting. nine0018
    • Salvador Dali : He was born in 1904 and, like Picasso, was a sculptor and even a production designer. He was a great exponent of surrealism.
    • Diego Velázquez : Painter of the Spanish Golden Age and one of the greatest figures of the same period, albeit a baroque one. He was a painter to King Philip IV, and later a chamberist, which is the highest position.
    • Bartolome Esteban Murillo : Born in Seville and is another Baroque painter. nine0018
    • Francisco de Goya : Painter and engraver who made a great evolution of his work from Rococo to Domanticism.

    Rare Spanish names

    Perhaps they are rare on the one hand, but on the other hand we can also say that some of them are among those that the names of Spaniards and Spaniards are already endangered . Yes, those names that were in the background, but which many years ago were much more common. It is true that when we meet them today, we always tend to associate them with older people from our area. But you have to think that they are still part of the culture and the many lives that have been left behind. So they are also convenient to remember and perhaps also add to those that we already had in mind for our little ones. nine0005

    • Fadrike
    • Godofredo
    • Silent
    • Heriberto
    • Tesiphon
    • Arcadio
    • Conrad
    • Remigio
    • Sinforosa
    • Dombina
    • Heredia
    • Sofronio
    • Nycomeda
    • Edelwin
    • Indalesia
    • Adozinda
    • Generous
    • Delmiro
    • Ruperto
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    • Stonesantas
    • Diktinets
    • Basque
    • Worthy
    • Selino

    Spanish celebrity names

    If parents famous Spanish They also thought it best to look for a name rooted in their land. Of course, most of them didn’t know for sure at birth that their son or daughter was going to be one or one of the most important people in our country, as it was, and here’s a good proof of that:

    • Antonio Banderas : Málaga An actor who made a leap in Hollywood, who, in addition to interpreting films, also sometimes found himself behind the scenes.
    • Joaquín Sabina : He was born in Jaén and is one of the most famous singers and songwriters inside and outside its borders.
    • Lola Flores : Like his children, the world of song was the main and moving part of his life. Known as La Pharaoh.
    • José Coronado Film, theater and television actor
    • Julio Iglesias : One of the most sold singers and composers in the world.
    • Sarah Baras : Both a dancer and a choreographer, she has her own dance troupe.
    • Marta Sanchez : Singer/songwriter who achieved success in the mid-80s.
    • Rafael : He doesn’t need a last name, because just by mentioning his first name, we all know that he refers to a Spanish singer. Although his name is Miguel Rafael. nine0018
    • Lorenzo Capril : Fashion designer.

    Old Spanish Names

    to Old Spanish Names , we have a rather complex mix. Because, looking back, we can find names that still followed from generation to generation, but, on the other hand, some of them are already harder to pronounce. In this case, when we are looking for ancient names, we must first look at our own family tree, for in other very old generations we are going to find some treasures like those that follow. nine0005

    • Abdon
    • Surplus
    • Adolfo
    • Ambrosio
    • Anselmo
    • Bartolo
    • basil
    • Bonifacio
    • Calisto
    • Celestino
    • Celso
    • Dorotheo
    • Epifanio
    • Eustaquio
    • Gumersindo
    • Liborio
    • Melquiades

    The most common Spanish names

    It’s true that every time we choose options and adapt names from other languages ​​ . But still, there are always many people who stick to the most classic style in the world of names. Antonio and Maria top the list, but that’s not all! Of course, here you will find out what happens to all parents who are looking for a Spanish root and who, even if they do not want to, in the end, will always bet on the classics, but continue to reinvent themselves. This is one of those names that cannot be forgotten. You know them all!

    • Antonio
    • Maria
    • Carmen
    • Lucas
    • Lucia
    • Anna
    • Isabel
    • Pole
    • Laura
    • Maria Teresa
    • Jose
    • Manuel
    • Huang
    • Francisco
    • David
    • Daniel
    • Fatima
    • Xavier
    • Charlie

    Medieval Spanish Names

    After the fall of the Roman Empire, a period of transition began in the West, which led to the Middle Ages. So it can be said that this is the case in the XNUMXth century to the middle of the XNUMXth century . With the marriage of the Catholic Monarchs and their mandate, we could already talk about a new step and path towards the so-called modern era. The various kingdoms, and the birth of the Romance languages, have given us the opportunity to discover a series of Spanish names that will become quite important in time. Who in the family did not have someone named Isabelle or Fernando, Alfonso and Ramon?

    • Alba
    • Beatrice
    • Elena
    • Emma
    • Joaquin
    • Ricardo
    • Manrique

    For all tastes, some more common others less so Some are barely audible anymore, but perhaps others are everywhere. This is a way to always maintain the essence that characterizes us, which is important. Names that are passed down from generation to generation, and with them we continue to remember our ancestors, who probably had similar names. Is your name on the quoted lists?

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    • INE website (National Institute of Estadistics

    The information on the meaning of all the names analyzed on this website has been prepared on the basis of knowledge gained from reading and studying the reference bibliography of such eminent authors as Bertrand Russell, Antenor Nacenteso or the Spanish Elio Antonio de Nebrija.

    Spanish names — List of names in Spain alphabetically and what they mean

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    Spanish names are the longest. Not surprisingly, the famous Spanish artist is the owner of the longest name. The full name of Pablo Picasso is Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuseno Maria de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santisima Trinidad Martir Patricio Ruiz and Picasso.

    The history of the origin of Spanish names begins in the 15th century, when the formed language began to spread with colonizers and conquerors around the world. Spanish is the official language in 21 countries today. It is second only to Chinese in terms of usage. nine0005

    Spaniards are legally allowed to have no more than two given names and two surnames. More than this number, the names do not appear in official documents. The name-formation scheme of the Spaniards is quite entertaining.

    The first name, according to the Catholic tradition, is called in honor of the patron saint. The middle name is chosen by the parents or the older generation. You can name children with several names. The Spaniards believe that the more patrons and angels a child has, the more successful and happier his life will be. The formation of the child’s surname occurs by combining the first words in the surname of the father and mother. nine0005

    Consider an example:

    • Juan Carlos Garcia Rodriguez — father;
    • Maria Penelope Martinez Fernandez — mother;
    • Jose Luis Garcia Martinez — son.
    • Origin of Spanish names

    The names of the Spaniards have a collective image and are formed from Roman, Greek and Arabic dialects. For example, Augustine, Hector, Farida, Catalina, Lucas. This is all a trace of a centuries-old history that shaped the culture and traditions of modern Spain in layers. The Catholic Church made a significant contribution, and to this day, canonized church names are 90% of all Spanish names. The most common name for men is Juan, for women — Maria. Every second inhabitant of Spain has such names. This is due to the fact that since ancient times John and Mary were considered the most revered saints. The Spaniard considers it his duty to bless his child with this name.

    A common type of surname among Spaniards is those that denote whose son or daughter you are — Isabel Garcia, Santiago Fernandez. The surname of the Spaniard can also be determined by the territorial affiliation of the carrier. It is formed from the name of the place of birth or origin of the genus with the connecting word de — Juan de Valencia, Pedro de La Pena. Professions, titles and job responsibilities are often involved in the formation of Spanish surnames — Alonso Cabrero (goatherd), Enrique Duque (duke), Jorge Zapatero (shoemaker). nine0005

    Meaning of Spanish names

    The list of modern Spanish names is quite diverse:

    • Basilio — king;
    • Bernardo — bold as a bear;
    • Diaz — the sun;
    • Jacobo — destroyer;
    • Leonardo — lion;
    • El Salvador — savior;
    • Teodoro — a gift from God;
    • Francisco — free;
    • Dorothea — a gift from God;
    • Milagros is a miracle;
    • Nubia — gold.

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