200 Most Popular Mexican Baby Names For Girls and Boys

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The Mexicans are locally known as Mexicanos. They come from the land of those who are residents of the United Mexican States in North America. While Mexico saw many invasions and rulers in the past, it gained independence after the Mexican Revolution. Due to the many cultures that were a result of various annexations in the past, the country has a rich source of cultural heritage which comprises a mix of European Mexicans, Afro-Mexicans, Asian Mexicans, Arab Mexicans, and more. It is this major influence that brings out the Mexican names.

Keeping in mind the mix and cultures, MomJunction brings you some of the most popular Mexican baby names for your little ones, which are little parts of Mexico’s expansive history.

Most Common Mexican Boy Names:

1. Jose:

One of the popular Mexican boy names of all times, it is pronounced with a silent ‘J’ as ho-sey. The name comes from a Spanish and Portuguese heritage, where it is also a variation of the name Joseph. It is also a biblical name which means the one who pardons. In Spanish and Portuguese, it means may God give increase.

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2. Luis:

The name is the Spanish variation of the name Louis. It is also very popular in German as well as American cultures and stands for the one who is brave.

3. Juan:

It is Spanish version of John. It means God is gracious. Juan Martin del Potro is an Argentine tennis player who won the 2009 US Open against Roger Federer.

4. Miguel:

Miguel is a Spanish variation of Michael. It is originally a Hebrew name which is derived from Mikhael and means one who is like God. Miguel Ferrer is an American actor. Also, Miguel de Cervantes is one of the greatest writers in the Spanish language whose most famous works is Don Quixote.

5. Angel:

A name that is popular across all cultures, in Mexican culture it means the angel too. The name is especially popular in the Greek, Latin, Spanish, and American cultures.

6. Francisco:

The name has a very lyrical sound to it that at once gives it an exotic feel. It originally comes from the Spanish and Portuguese cultures and is the variation of the name Francis. It was used to refer to someone who belonged to France and also stands for a free person. Francisco Franco was a former Prime Minister of Spain, while Francisco Goya is one of the most important Spanish painters of all times, who was active during the late 18th and early 19th century.

7. Antonio:

Here is yet another name that has an immediate charm and appeal to it. A name that originated in Spain, it means one who is beyond all praise. Antonio Banderas is a very popular Spanish actor and director.

8. Alejandro:

A Spanish variation of Alexander, this name is pronounced with a silent ‘J’ as Ale-han-dro. In the Greek culture, it is taken as a combination of two words, alexein (which means to help or defend), and andros (which means man) and hence means one who is a helper or defender of mankind. Alejandro is also the title of a song by Lady Gaga.

9. Pedro:

The name has its origin in both the Spanish and Portuguese cultures and is a variation of the name Peter and means the one who is as solid and strong as a rock. Pedro Pascal is an American actor of Chilean origin.

10.  Gabriel:

Coming from the Hebrew culture, it refers to the phrase ‘God is my strong man.’ As per the Hebrew culture, Gabriel was one of the seven archangels. The name has forever been immortalized by the internationally acclaimed writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez, also affectionately known as Gabo in Latin America.

11. Carlos:

The name Carlos means one who is manly. The name is shared by Carlos Santana, the Mexican and American musician who is a world renowned guitarist and performer.

12. Manuel:

A name that is popular in Spanish, Hebrew, and American cultures, it means ‘God is with us’. The name is also popular in Italian, French, Greek, and Roman cultures. Manuel Neuer is a German football player.

13. Ricardo:

The name is used widely in the Portuguese and Spanish cultures and means the one who is a powerful or great leader. Ricardo Montalban was a Mexican actor, and Ricardo Kaka is a Brazilian football player.

14. Daniel:

Daniel comes from Hebrew and means ‘God is my judge.’ The name is also biblical, as Daniel was a Hebrew prophet whose story appears in the Old Testament. Daniel Radcliffe is an English actor who is best known for his portrayal of the character Harry Potter, while Daniel Craig is an English actor, who has, amongst other characters, played the famous James Bond.

15. Fernando:

This name is a variation of the name Ferdinand and means the one who is an adventurer. It is of Spanish and Portuguese origin and is popular in the American as well as German cultures. Fernando Torres, a Spanish football player and Fernando Alonso, a Spanish Formula One racing driver are the famous namesakes.

16. Raul:

It is another variation of the name Ralph and it stands for wolf counsel. Raul Julia was an actor of Puerto Rican descent, and Raul Meireles is a Portuguese footballer. They are the popular namesakes.

17. Eduardo:

While it may sound like a Mexican name, it is originally an English name, which comes from Eadweard. It means one who is happy and rich, belonging to nobility. Eduardo Vargas is a footballer of Chilean descent.

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18. Jorge:

It is a name of Spanish and Portuguese origin and is a version of the name George. It means the one who works as a farmer. Pope Francis’s real name outside the papacy is Jorge Mario Bergoglio.

19. Martin:

Originally from the Latin culture and referring to Roman God of war, one of the notable personalities with the same name was Martin Luther King Jr. who was the leader of the African-American Civil Rights Movement and an activist and humanitarian.

20. Javier:

It comes from the Spanish culture and means the one who is bright. It is also another form of the name Xavier. Javier Hernandez is a Mexican football player, while Javier Mascherano is a footballer from Argentina.

21. Rafael:

The Hebrew origin name refers to the phrase ‘God has healed.’ Rafael Nadal Parera is a Spanish tennis player who ranks amongst the top tennis players in the world.

22. Arturo:

The beautiful name Arturo passes on from the Spanish and Portuguese cultures and is another form of the name Arthur. It means one who is brave. Arturo Vidal is a footballer of Chilean descent, while Arturo Gatti was a boxer of Italian and Canadian origins.

23. Roberto:

Roberto is a Spanish and Portuguese version of the name Robert and means one who is full of fame. Roberto Cavalli is a world-renowned fashion designer of Italian origin, while Roberto Firmino is a footballer from Brazil.

24. Gerardo:

Coming from the Italian and Spanish cultures, the name is a variation of Gerard. It means one who will rule with the spear.

25. Marco:

Marco is originally an Italian name which is also popular in Spanish, Portuguese, German, and Dutch languages. The name refers to the Roman God of war and also means one who is brave and fearless and can lead the people to war. Marco Materazzi is an Italian footballer, while Marco van Ginkel is a Dutch football player.

26. Aba:

While it originated in Hebrew and African cultures, the name is very popular in Mexico. In the African tradition, it means the one who is born on Thursday. In the Hebrew tradition, it means a father or a grandfather.

27. Abelino:

This name comes Spanish cultures and means the son of Adam and Eve.

28. Abun:

A Spanish name for abundance, this name can be used for both a baby boy and girl.

29. Abejundio:

It is bee in Spanish.

30. Abel:

The name comes from Hebrew word Hevel. It means to breathe. In the biblical connotation, the name appears in the form of the second son of Adam and Eve in the Old Testament. Abel is one of the protagonists in the internationally acclaimed novel Kane and Abel by Jeffrey Archer.

31. Abraxas:

While the name sounds very unique, it was part of the Egyptian mythology where it was considered as the Supreme Being. The term Abracadabra, used worldwide by magicians and illusionists, was derived from Abraxas. Abraxas Malfoy is a character in the Harry Potter series, while it was also the name of an album by the Latin band Santana.

32. Abundio:

It is another variation of the name Abun, albeit a longer one. It also originated in the Spanish culture and means the one who will have abundance and prosperity in life. If you decide on calling your baby Abundio, you could probably use Abun as a nickname.

33. Alonzo:

The name comes from the Italian culture and is another variation of the name Alfonso. It means the one who is eager to fight or battle.

34. Alvaro:

It stands for guardian in Spanish. Alvaro Morata and Alvaro Negredo, the namesakes, are both Spanish footballers.

35. Amador:

It comes from Latin and is another variation of the names Amato and Amator. It means one who loves.

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36. Amistad:

The Spanish name means friendship.

37. Bartoli:

It comes from Latin and stands for a farmer or a ploughman. It is also used as a surname.

38. Beltran:

It is a Spanish name for a bright raven. The name is commonly used in Spanish, German, and French speaking cultures.

39. Bembe:

The Spanish origin name is also a variant or shorter variation of the name Barnaby. It means son of the prophet and son of comfort.

40. Basilio:

The name comes from both the Spanish and Italian origins and means noble. In English and Greek cultures it means royal.

41. Berto:

In Spanish, the name Berto means intelligent. It is also thought to be derived from the German word berht, which means bright or famous.

42. Blanco:

While the name is used as a given or first name, it is also used as a nickname for someone who has white hair and is fair in complexion. The name originated from the Italian culture and is a variation of the name Bianco. It means the one who is white or blond.

43. Benedicto:

This beautiful name originated in Spanish culture and means blessed.

44. Bernardo:

The name is popular in various cultures, such as the Spanish, American, Portuguese, Italian, and German. It is another variation of the name Bernard, and means strong and brave as a bear. Bernardo Silva is a Portuguese football player, while Bernardo Bertolucci is an Italian film director.

45. Blas:

It is the Spanish version of the name Blaise, which means stuttering.

46. Bonifacio:

Popular in both the Latin as well as Italian cultures, the name means the one who will have a good fate. Yet another variation of the name is Bonifaco.

47. Buinton:

This cute Mexican boy name that rhymes with button refers to a fifth born child, but is used for any order in the modern day.

48. Caesar:

The name comes from the Roman culture and was possibly derived from the Latin word caesaries. The name means long hair. Caesar was a Roman general who is known for his role in the collapse of the Roman Republic and the origin of the Roman Empire.

49. Calvin:

Made an eternally popular name by American fashion designer Calvin Klein, it comes from the French surname Chauvin. It means bald. Calvin Harris is a Scottish musician. Another variation of the name is Calvino.

50. Carlos:

Coming from the Spanish culture, it means manly. The name is also popular with the French. Carlos Bacca is a Colombian footballer, while Carlos Tevez is an Argentinian footballer.

51. Castel:

The name is derived from the Latin word castellum, which meant castle. It is also thought to be a variant of the English name Castle. It means born of nobility.

52. Casimiro:

It is a Spanish name for peaceful.

53. Caton:

The Spanish name is pronounced as Kat-aan, with the ‘o’ sounding as double and stands for knowledge and wisdom.

54. Cedro:

The name is the Spanish shorter variation of the name Isadoro and translates to gift.

55. Chale:

It is a cute name of Spanish descent and means the one who is strong and manly. It also means the one who is full of youth.

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56. Chan:

The short and sweet name comes from the Chinese culture but is quite popular in the Mexican culture as snow.

57. Charro:

This Spanish name is especially a favorite in Argentina. It was originally used as a nickname for cowboys. Charro is also thought to be a shorter variation of the name Rosario.

58. Chayo:

Chayo is a name that comes from the Chinese culture and is actually used as an abbreviation.

59. Santiago:

The name is a combination of two words, the first one santo, which means Saint, and the second word Yago, which is a variation of the name James. Saint James was the patron saint of Spain, hence the name.

60. Matias:

This exotic sounding Spanish origin name means the one who is a gift of God. Matias Kranevitter is a footballer from Argentia.

61. Diego:

While many feel it is a shorter version of the name Santiago, it is the Latin variation of the word Didacus. The same was also derived from the Greek name for teaching, which was didache. Diego means the one who is a famous bearer. No one has popularized the name as much as Diego Maradona, the Argentine footballer.

62. Tomas:

Coming from the Aramaic culture, the name is also a biblical one and means a twin. It is derived from the word taoma. Tomas Rosicky is a Czech footballer while Tomas Berdych is a Czech tennis player.

63. Emmanuel:

The name comes from the Hebrew culture and also has biblical references and means ‘God is with us.’

64. Joaquin:

The Hebrew name for lifted by Yahweh, is also a biblical name. Joaquin Phoenix is an American actor.

65.  Emiliano:

It is an Old Roman family name which is also used as a first name. It was derived from the word aemulus, which means a rival. Emiliano Zapata was a prominent figure in the Mexican Revolution.

66. Sebastian:

The name comes from the Latin name Sebastianus, coming from Sebaste, a town. Sebastian Vettel is a German Formula One World Champion.

67. Nicolas:

It is a Greek name which means the victory of people. It is also a variation of the name Nicholas. Nicolas Cage is an American actor.

68. Lucas:

The name is very popular in various cultures, such as Portuguese, Dutch, English, Spanish, etc. It means the one who comes from Lucania, a place in southern Italy. Lucas Silva is a footballer from Brazil.

69. Benjamin:

The name is present in the Old Testament and comes from the Hebrew word Binyamin. It means the son of the right hand. Benjamin Franklin was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States of America.

70. Andres:

It is the Spanish variation of the English name Andrew. The name means manly. Andres Iniesta is a footballer from Spain.

71. Samuel:

Also used as a variation of Samual, the name comes from Hebrew. It means the phrase ‘God has heard’ or ‘the name of God’. Samuel Beckett is a renowned Irish novelist and poet.

72. Alexander:

Coming from the Greek culture, it means the one who is the defender of mankind. Alexander The Great was a king in the ancient Greek kingdom.

73. Felipe:

The Spanish name is a variant of the name Philip and means the one who loves horses. Felipe Anderson is a footballer from Brazil.

74. Leonardo:

This is not just a popular name in Mexico, but in most parts of the world, thanks to Italian artist Leonardo da Vinci and American actor Leonardo di Caprio. The name is found in the Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian cultures and means brave as a lion.

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75. Santino:

The Italian name means little saint. Santino Marella is a Canadian actor while Santino Fontana is an American actor.

76. Bautista:

It is a Spanish version of the name Baptiste and is used as a reference to John the Baptist. Bautista Agut is a Spanish tennis player.

77. Ignacio:

While it is present in the Spanish culture, the name is derived from the Roman family Egnatius. It means fiery. Ignacio Camacho is a Spanish footballer.

78. Adrian:

Coming from the Latin word hadrianus, it has been a popular name amongst saints and popes. The name means the one who comes from the Adriatic sea region. Adrian Monk is a fictional character who was extremely popular in the much-loved detective series Monk.

79. Rodrigo:

It is Spanish for famous ruler. Rodrigo Santoro is a Brazilian actor.

80. Augustin:

The name appears in Roman cultures for venerable. It is another variation of the name Augustinus.

81. Pablo:

Pablo is the Spanish version of the name Paul and means small. Pablo Picasso was a Spanish sculptor, painter, poet, and artist.

82. Vicente:

It is a Spanish and Portuguese name for one who conquers. Vicente Fox was President of Mexico.

83. Kevin:

It is an English version of the name Caoimhin which comes from the Irish culture. It means the one who is handsome. Kevin Spacey and Kevin Hart are both American actors.

84. Thiago:

It is believed to be a shorter version of the name Santiago. It refers to Saint James who is the patron saint of Spain. Footballer Lionel Messi has named his son Thiago.

85. Maximiliano:

This name is Italian for greatest.

86. Christopher:

The name is derived from the Greek name Christophorus, which means the one who bears Christ. Christopher Columbus was an Italian explorer and Christopher Walken is an American actor.

87. Isaac:

It is a name that comes from the Hebrew culture and means the one who laughs or is always happy. British scientist Sir Isaac Newton has popularized this name.

88. Abelardo:

The very lyrical name is of Spanish origin and means the one who is solid and generous. It is also a Spanish variation of the French name Adelard. Abelardo Fernandez is a former Spanish football player.

89. Aaron:

Aaron is Hebrew for exalted, and as mighty as a high mountain. It also has biblical connotations. Aaron Finch is a cricketer from Australia, Aaron Paul is an American actor, and Aaron Welsh is a footballer from Welsh.

90. Dylan:

The name comes from the Welsh mythology, where Dylan was regarded as a hero or God who was associated with the sea. It means born near the sea or influenced by the sea. Dylan O’ Brien is an American actor.

91. Esteban:

The name is derived from the Latin name Stephanus, which comes from the Greek word Stephanos, and means crowned in victory. Esteban Granero is a Spanish footballer.

92. Lautaro:

It stands for daring in Spanish. It is pronounced as Laaw-taaro instead of pronouncing it with a ‘U.’ Lautaro Acosta is an Argentinian footballer.

93. Gael:

Coming from the Celtic and Gaelic origins, the name was used to refer to the one who belongs to Ireland. It means someone who is jovial. Gael Garcia Bernal is an actor from Mexico.

94. Oscar:

The name is extremely popular in various cultures such as the English, Danish, Irish, Portuguese, Swedish and Norwegian. It is derived from two different Gaelic words – os, which means dear, and cara, which means a friend and thus, means a dear friend. Oscar Wilde was a popular Irish novelist and poet.

95. Luciano:

The Spanish and Portuguese name means one who is full of light. Luciano Vietto is an Argentinian footballer.

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96. Fabiano:

Fabiano is a popular name that has originated from Latin as well as Italian cultures. It means a bean farmer. Fabiano Caruana is an American world renowned chess champion.

97. Bruno:

It is German for brown in complexion, and is derived from the word ‘brun’. Bruno Mars is an American singer and musician.

98. David:

The name is most likely derived from Hebrew and means beloved. It is also a biblical name present in the Old Testament. David Beckham is an English footballer while David Villa is a footballer from Spain.

99. Julian:

It is an English name and is also the clan name of various Old Roman families, especially the nobility. It means Jove’s child. Julian Draxler is a German footballer.

100. Valentino:

Italian fashion designer Valentino Garavani has popularized this name across the world, with his classic designs. It is the Latin version Valentinus which means brave and strong.

101. Joshua:

The name comes from Hebrew and means Yahweh is salvation. Joshua Jackson is a Canadian actor.

102. Maximo:

It is Italian for greatest.

103. Axel:

The name comes from Hebrew culture and means father of peace. Axel Witsel is a footballer from Belgium.

104. Jonathan:

The name comes from the original word Yehonatan in Hebrew. It went through transitions like Yonatan, and Jonathan. It means Yahweh has given. Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach is the story about a seagull that learns about life and more.

105. Camilo:

It is the masculine version of Camille, and comes from Latin. It means the one who is born free and is noble. Camilo Villegas is a professional golfer from Colombia.

106. Facundo:

It is Spanish for fertile. Facundo Ferreyra is an Argentinian footballer.

107. Ian:

It is a Scottish name. It means gift of God. Ian Somerhalder is an American actor.

108. Josue:

It is a Hebrew name which means God is salvation. Josue Prieto is a Spanish footballer.

109. Jeronimo:

Young readers are already aware of the name Geronimo, another variation of Jeronimo, through the hugely popular Geronimo Stilton books featuring the mouse protagonist. The name is a Spanish variation of Jerome and means saved.

110. Sergio:

It is an Italian name which means attendant. Sergio Aguero is an Argentinian footballer.

111. Marcos:

The name that comes from the land of Portugal means a native of Mars. In the Roman culture, it refers to the God of fertility. Marcos Rojo is a footballer from Argentina.

112. Hector:

The name is popular in English, Mexican, Scottish, and French cultures and is another form of Hektor. It is derived from the Greek word ekhein, which means restrain. Hector Bellerin is a footballer from Spain.

113. Ramiro:

It is the Spanish and Portuguese variation of the name Ramirus, which comes from the Germanic words ragin, meaning advice, and meri, meaning famous. It means the one who is the supreme judge and is very powerful in battles.

114. Mauricio:

Being the Spanish version of Maurice, it means staying on the moor and dark complexioned. Mauricio Macri is the current President of Argentina.

115. Alonso:

It is an Italian name for one who is eager to go to war. Alonso is a variation of the name Alfonso.

116. Anthony:

The name has forever been immortalized by Welsh actor Anthony Hopkins, as well as American chef Anthony Bourdain. This English name means worthy of praise.

117. Simon:

It is a biblical name from the New Testament. It means he who has heard. Simon was the name of one of the men in the bible who carried the cross for Jesus. Simon Baker is an Australian actor while Simon Cowell is a well-known American television personality.

118. Mario:

Mario comes from the Latin culture and is thought to be a variation of the feminine name Mary, referring to the Virgin Mary. It also refers to the Roman God of war. Mario Puzo was the famous American author who wrote The Godfather.

119. Ademar:

It originates from the German culture and means noble.

120. Alan:

This sweet Celtic name refers to the one who is noble, handsome, and fair. Alan Hollinghurst is a popular English novelist.

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121. Maria:

It is the Latin version of the name Mary, which comes from the Hebrew word Miryam. While some believe it means a sea of bitterness or a sea of sorrow, others feel it means the one who is a wished-for child and is a mistress of the sea. Maria Sharapova is a Russian tennis player who ranks very high in international tennis rankings.

122. Elena:

Elena in Spanish means one who is like a bright and shining light and will gain fame and popularity. It is another variation of the name Helen in Greek. Elena Ferrante is a pseudonym used by a popular Italian novelist.

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123. Rosa:

The beautiful name is the Latin variation of the name Rose and stands for the flower. African American Rosa Parks is also referred to as the ‘First Lady of Civil Rights’ by the United States Congress for her role in the civil rights movement. Rosa Mendes is a Canadian wrestler.

124. Rosamaria:

The name is a combination of two different names – rose, which is a flower, and Mary. Unlike the meaning of rose, which is usually sweet, Rosamaria means the one who is bitter.

125. Alejandra:

The name comes from the Spanish culture, but the ‘j’ in the name is silent, making the pronunciation Aley-haan-dra. It is a Spanish variation of Alexandria, which is a feminine variation of Alexander. It means the brave and fearless and protector of mankind.

126. Gabriela:

Being the feminine version of the name Gabriel, it comes from the Hebrew word Gavhriel, which refers to the phrase ‘God is my strength.’ The name is widely used in various cultures, such as Portuguese, German, Czech, Bulgarian, Slovak, Spanish, Romanian, and Polish. Gabriela Sabatini is a former Argentinian tennis player who ranked high in world ratings.

127. Margarita:

The name is the Latin variation of the name Margaret. While it means pearl in Latin, in Spanish it means the daisy flower.

128. Juana:

It stands for a gift from God and belongs to Hebrew. It is also the feminine variation of the name Juan, which is the Spanish equivalent of the name John. It refers to the phrase ‘God is gracious.’

129. Leticia:

It another variation of the name Letitia. It stands for one who is full of happiness and joy. During the Middle Ages, the name was also used in England as Lettice. Leticia Dolera is a Spanish actress.

130. Josefina:

This beautiful name is a feminine version of the male name Joseph. It comes from Swedish, Portuguese, and Spanish origins and means ‘God shall add’.

131. Veronica:

The name that was made eternally popular in the Archie Comic series is originally a Latin form of the name Berenice. The name is a combination of two different words – verus, which means true, and iconicus, which means belonging to an image, and thus stands for true image. It also means the one who will bring in victory. The name is extremely popular in various cultures, such as Romanian, Italian, English, Mexican, and Portuguese. Veronica Roth is the much-loved author of the Young Adult trilogy Divergent.

132. Elizabeth:

The name comes from the land of Greece and is derived from the Hebrew word Elisheba. It means the oath of God, and ‘God is satisfaction’. Elizabeth Arden was the Canadian origin American entrepreneur who founded the cosmetic empire known by the same name.

133. Maria de Jesus:

The royal sounding name comes from the Portuguese culture. It is a culmination of two different words, Maria and Jesus. The name means the one who will watch over mankind and discover the world.

134. Teresa:

The name that comes from the Spanish culture is another variation of the name Theresa. It is widely used in various cultures, such as the German, Portuguese, Norwegian, Danish, English, Italian, Polish, Swedish, and Finnish. The name means the one who reaps. Mother Teresa is the internationally loved and renowned humanitarian who is known for her compassionate work with the underprivileged and destitute.

135. Silvia:

Coming from Latin, the name means one who is from the woods. It is widely popular in the English, German, Portuguese, Slovak, as well as Spanish cultures. Silvia Colloca and Silvia Rossi are both Italian actresses.

136. Isabel:

This is the Spanish version of Elizabeth. It was and still remains the most popular name amongst royalty, with Queen Elizabeth II being the current Queen of the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Canada and Australia. The name refers to the phrases ‘my God is bountiful’, ‘God’s promise’, and ‘devoted to God.’

137. Francisca:

It is the feminine version of the male name Francis, and comes from Spanish and Portuguese cultures. It means liberated and free. It was also used to refer to someone who belonged to France. Francisca Valenzuela is a Chilean origin American singer.

138. Yolanda:

The beautiful name has a lilting tone to it and refers to the color violet. It is a more modern version of the medieval French name Yolande. This was derived from the name Violante, the Latin variation of viola, meaning violet.

139. Martha:

It comes from the Aramaic name marta, which meant a lady or mistress. It is also a biblical name and is widely popular in various cultures such as Swedish, Norwegian, Latin, Greek, German, and English. Martha Stewart, an American entrepreneur and social personality is one of the most well-known persons to share the name.

140. Adriana:

This Mexican baby girl name was derived from the Latin word Hadrianus, which means dark. Adriana Lima is a Brazilian actress while Adriana Grande is an American singer.

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141. Araceli:

This unique name comes from a combination of two different words – altar and sky. It means an altar to heaven.

142. Gloria:

As is very obvious from the name, Gloria means one who brings glory. It originated from Latin and appeared as a character name in George Bernard Shaw’s work ‘You Never Can Tell’. Gloria Estefan is a Cuban American singer and actress.

143. Luisa:

It is an Italian variation of the name Louisa, which means a renowned warrior. Luisa Moraes is a Brazilian actress while Luisa Lopilato is an Argentinian actress.

144. Guadalupe:

Guadalupe is a Spanish name that has become so common in Mexico that around 800,000 people were registered under this name in the Mexican National People Registry database between 1930 and 2008. The name means ‘river of the wolf’ in Arabic. It represents ‘Our Lady of Guadalupe’, who is believed to the apparition of Virgin Mary in the Americas.

145. Delfina:

Coming from the Greek lands, it means the one who is a native of Delphi. Delfina is the Spanish variation of Delphina. Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has named his daughter Delfina.

146. Maite:

Maite is a name that originated in the Basque culture and means the one who is loved dearly. Maite Perroni is a Mexican actress.

147. Alexa:

This cute Mexican girl name is the shorter version of the name Alexander or Alexandria. Alexa Davalos is an American actress.

148. Luna:

The name comes as a derivation from the Latin word Luna which means the moon. According to the Roman mythology, Luna was the moon Goddess.

149. Miranda:

A name from Latin culture, it is derivation from the word mirandus, which means admired. The name also prominently features in Shakespeare’s work ‘The Tempest’. Miranda Kerr is an Australian model while Miranda Cosgrove is an American singer and actress.

150. Paulina:

This pretty name is a feminine variation of the masculine Paul. It is American in origin and means small. Paulina Gaitan is a Mexican actress.

151. Ana:

The name is often considered a shorter version of Anastasia or Anna. It is thought to be the Spanish form of Anne, Hebrew for grace. Ana Ivanovic is a Serbian tennis player.

152. Angelina:

The pretty angelic name comes from the Italian culture and is thought to be another form of the Greek word Angela. It means one who is like an angel. The name is also popular for American actress and humanitarian Angelina Jolie.

153. Violeta:

Just as the name suggests, Violeta refers to the color violet. It is popularly used in cultures such as Mexican, Croatian, Bulgarian, and Macedonian. Violeta Parra was a Chilean artist and performer.

154. Morena:

This pretty Latin name means the one who has brown hair. Morena Baccarin is a Brazilian American actress.

155. Amanda:

This beautiful sounding Latin name has an equally beautiful meaning – love. Amanda Bynes, Amanda Seyfried, and Amanda Peet are American actresses who share the name.

156. Genesis:

As many may know from the biblical reference, the word Genesis means the beginning or birth. It is a Greek word.

157. Bianca:

It is an Italian name which means one who is white and shining bright. It is also the Italian variation of the French name Blanche. Bianca Lawson is an American actress.

158. Jazmin:

This is a variation of the name Jasmine, which comes from the Persian word yasamin. It refers to the jasmine flower. Jazmin Grace Grimaldi is the daughter of the Prince of Monaco.

159. Melanie:

The name has its origins in the Greek, Latin as well as French cultures, and means black. Melanie Laurent is a French actress, Melanie Ynskey is an actress from New Zealand, and Melanie Griffith is an American actress.

160. Micaela:

Considered as a feminine version of the male name Michael, it comes from the Spanish and Portuguese culture. The name means ‘who is like God’. Micaela Ramazzotti is an Italian actress.

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161. Carla:

The name comes from the German language and is a feminine version of the name Carl. It means little and feminine.

162. Paula:

It is the feminine version of the masculine name Paul, meaning small. British author Paula Hawkins got instant fame for her much-acclaimed novel The Girl On The Train.

163. Carolina:

The Latin version of the name Carolus means the one who is strong. Carolina Marin is a Spanish badminton player and amongst the top players in the world.

164. Mariangel:

As the name suggests, it is a combination of two different names, Maria, which is a form of the Mother Mary, and Angel.

165. Olivia:

It is believed to be based on the names Oliver, or Olive, which is a Latin word for olive. The name was first used in a literary context by William Shakespeare in his work ‘Twelfth Night’.

166. Aitana:

While its origins are unknown, the name means as strong as a mountain. Aitana Sanchez Gijon is a Spanish actress.

167. Luana:

Coming from German, it means graceful and ready to go to battle. Luana Piovani is a Brazil actress.

168. Lola:

It is a Spanish name which is thought to be a shorter version of Dolores. Lola means sorrow. Lola Forner is a Spanish actress.

169. Milagros:

It is a derivation from the Spanish word milagro, which means miracle.

170. Fatima:

This beautiful Arabic name means to abstain. Fatima Bhutto is a poet and writer from Pakistan.

171. Candela:

It is a shorter variation of the name Candelaria and means candle.

172. Josefa:

It is the feminine version of the name Joseph and comes from the German language. It means ‘God will add’.

173. Romina:

The beautiful Arabic name has a lyrical sound and means one who is from the land of the Christians.

174. Michelle:

It is the feminine version of the French name Michael and stands for ‘like God’. Michelle Obama is an American lawyer and the first ever African American First Lady of United States of America.

175. Ivanna:

The Hebrew name is a feminine version of Ivan and means a gift from God.

176. Fabiana:

The feminine version of the name Fabiano comes from the Italian culture. It means a beans farmer. Fabiana Baiana is a Brazilian footballer.

177. Fiorella:

This unique name comes from Italy and stands for like a flower. Fiorella Mattheis is a Brazilian actress.

178. Fiona:

Most kids know Fiona as the female protagonist from the very popular movie series Shrek. The name is of Gaelic origin and means fair.

179. Rocio:

It is Italian for dew drops.

180. Vanessa:

The name was first introduced by author Jonathan Swift for his poem ‘Cadenus and Vanessa’. He rearranged the letters of the first name and the surname of his friend Esther Vanhomrigh to create the name Vanessa. Vanessa Williams is an American actor and singer.

181. Paloma:

Taken from the Latin word palumbus, it means dove. Paloma Faith is an English singer and actress.

182. Salome:

The beautiful Hebrew word, shalom, has transformed into the name Salome. It means peace.

183. Malena:

It is a Swedish name which means the one who comes from the tower or the woman who is from Magdalene.

184. Paola:

It is the feminine version of Paolo or Paul and means small.

185. Diana:

No one popularized the name as much as Princess Diana, the Princess of Wales and the first wife of Charles, the Prince of Wales. The name, which means divine or heavenly, has Indo-European roots.

186. Kimberly:

The English name means one who is from the woods of 5th royal forest.

187. Abril:

Used mainly in the Spanish and English-speaking cultures, it means the season of spring. It was also used as a surname.

188. Adelita:

The name is especially popular in Mexico and means from nobility.

189. Adonia:

It is a Hebrew name for lord is my God.

190. Irene:

The name Irene is extremely popular and means peace. It is originally an Old Greek word. Irene Adler appears as a fictional character in the Sherlock Holmes story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

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191. Jacinta:

It comes from the Greek culture and means beautiful. It is also another variation of hyacinth.

192. Alhertina:

In Spanish the meaning of this name is noble. It is a beautiful Mexican girl name that starts with letter A.

193. Katia:

Used as a variation of the name Katya, it comes from the Russian language and means pure.

194. Amara:

The Greek name means the one who will never fade.

195. Laura:

It is Latin for honor and victory. Laura Prepon and Laura Spencer are both American actresses.

196. Anika:

Coming from the Sanskrit language, it is another name for Goddess Durga. It means a collection or group. Anika Nilles is a German performer.

197. Lavina:

This Latin name is derived from King Latinus’ daughter. She later became the wife of Aneas, who was touted as the hero of the Trojan war.

198. Belicia:

Thought to be another form of the word belle, Belicia means beautiful.

199. Loretta:

It is an Italian name which is another version of Laura. It means worthy of praise.

200. Alma:

It is thought that the name comes from the Latin word almus. It means kind and nourishing.

It is true that Mexican baby names have an exotic and rhythmic feel to them. Do understand the meaning of the names before deciding on the one for your little one.

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