115 Argentina Baby Names With Meanings

Argentina, a massive country in South America, no longer has a clear cut naming custom as it had before. Prior to name record keeping, people had just one name. But as the population expanded, it became necessary to add descriptive information to distinguish between individuals of the same name. Also, in the past, the first born babies were named after their parents. But today, parents focus on uniqueness and distinctiveness of the name. They pick names that are fashionable, trendy, and unique. So it’s common to name children after sports, political, and pop culture celebs.

In earlier times, baby names needed to be Spanish as Argentina is largely a Spanish speaking country. If parents wanted a name of a different ethnicity or language for their children, they needed to seek permission from the Government. But this rule has now been relaxed. There are still some conditions pertaining to baby names, but that’s to stop parents from picking weird and unusual names that can affect the child in later life.

Additionally, it was mandatory for married women to take their husband’s name. But the law now allows women to use their maiden name. She can add her husband’s name to her name if she wishes to do so. Below MomJunction has compiled a list of unique and beautiful Argentina baby boy and girl names for your reference. Take a look.

NAMESMEANINGGENDERFAVOURITES
AlmaSoulBoy
BautistaDipping in water; name for a bapistBoy
BenicioBenevolent OneBoy
BenjaminSon Of The Right HandBoy
BrunoGermanic - Brown One; Derived from element BrunBoy
CatalinaA woman of great purityGirl
DelfinaName of a Saint; one from DelphiGirl
Emiliathis name means to rival or emulate or excel.Girl
Emmathe meaning of this name is universal whole.Girl
FelipeA horse loverBoy
FranciscoA variant of Latin name 'Franciscus' it refers to a Frenchman or a free manBoy
IsabellaGod is perfection, or God is my oathGirl
LorenzoHe who lived in Italian city LaurentumBoy
MartinaWarring, warlike womanGirl
MateoHe was the gift of GodBoy
OliviaThe one who is closer to olive tree.Girl
SantinoSacredBoy
SofiaMeans wisdom in Greek. A wise womanGirl
ValentinaStrong, vigourous, healthyGirl
ValentinoBrave or strong.Boy
AbegailArgentinian version of Abigail. It means father rejoices.Girl
AcquilesPain, painfulBoy
AdelgondaOne who is a noble warriorGirl
AdolfaThe feminine version of Adolf, meaning 'noble wolf'.Girl
AldanaA Basque place name, meaning side slope.Girl
AldonzaA girl who is sweet and nice towards othersGirl
AlgeriaThe one who fills the life with happiness.Girl
AlmaraA Learned, nourishing, and supportive young womanGirl
AlvarezNoble guardianBoy
AmancioSomeone who is loving and caringBoy
AmilcarA friend of MelqartBoy
AnbessaLion, as strong as a lionBoy
ArgentinaSilverGirl
ArnollArgentinian version of Arnold. It means eagle or power.Boy
AyelénOne who like to smile and fill everyone's lives with joy.Girl
BalduinoA brave friendBoy
BeletteOne who is extremely beautifulGirl
BernardinaCourage of a bearGirl
BernetteOne with the courage of a bear.Girl
BlaizeOne who lisps or stuttersBoy
BrankoArmor or defenseBoy
CacaDaughter of vukanGirl
CecilianeA woman with gray eyes.Girl
ColasThe Argentinian version of Nicholas. It means victory of the peopleBoy
CyprienOne belonging to the island of CyprusBoy
CyrillusLordlyBoy
EleuterioThe liberatorBoy
ElizéA variation of Elisabeth, meaning consecrated to God.Girl
EmigdiaOne who is half-god or demigodGirl
EmilianneIndustriousGirl
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