2293 Latin Baby Names With Meanings

Spanish soap opera are not the only things we enjoy. It’s the characters and their beautiful and unique Latin names that make a lasting impression on us. If you also want a name that won’t be forgotten, pick a Latin name for your baby.

Latin, a classical language belonging to the Italic branch of Indo-European language, was the official language of Italy during the Roman Republic times. The linguistic power of Latin influences not just the nations, but also Romantic languages like Spanish, French, and Italian.  The vocabularies of other languages also owe to the Latin language.

The Latin naming conventions consisted of a combination of personal and family names, which was referred to as the tria nomina. First came the heredity surname that identified a person as a member of a particular generation. This was followed by the forename or personal name, which was used to distinguish between different members of the family.

You’re highly unlikely to listen Latin spoken on the streets today, but you can, at least, bestow a Latin name on your child. The list below presents an array of Latin names for different sources. Some are colorful, while others are classic and traditional.

NAMESMEANINGGENDERFAVOURITES
Alejandroguardian of mankindBoy
BenjaminSon Of The Right HandBoy
CamilaShe attends ceremonialsGirl
DiegoMexian version of name James;passionateBoy
Emmathe meaning of this name is universal whole.Girl
IsabellaGod is perfection, or God is my oathGirl
LucasOne who gives lightBoy
Luciawhite, bright lightGirl
LucianaLight, illuminationGirl
MarinaA woman of the seaGirl
MartinA warlike, hostile individualBoy
MateoHe was the gift of GodBoy
MatiasA gift of GodBoy
NicolasThe victor of the multitude.Boy
SantiagoSaint JamesUnisex
SebastianHe who is from SebastiaBoy
SofiaMeans wisdom in Greek. A wise womanGirl
ValentinaStrong, vigourous, healthyGirl
ValeriaTo be strongGirl
VictoriaVictory, conquerGirl
AaceThe word aace in America means Unity, it also implies to luck and excellenceBoy
AbbatissaIts female form of abbās that is feminine head of an abbeyGirl
AbeliaMeaning Herdsman that is a person who looks for over a flock or herGirl
AbeloneOne who destroys his,her enemyGirl
AbottThe father or the priestBoy
AbrilOpenUnisex
AcanthaA thorn or a sharp-pointed objectGirl
AccolaNeighbor or to live near.Boy
AceOne, one unitUnisex
AcelaA flower from the God or the ash treeGirl
AcelinaA noble person from heavenGirl
Acermeans Unity in Latin; A variant of name AceBoy
AchilleOld Greek - Pain; Lipless; Variant of AchillesBoy
AckerleaOne who belongs from the enclosed forest of woodGirl
AckerlyWho belongs from or dwells from acre meadowBoy
AckersleyA dweller from the meadow of acresBoy
AckleaOne who dwells near the oak treesBoy
AckleighA dweller near the oak tree meadowsBoy
AcklieOne who works near the oak meadowsBoy
AdamusOne who is made of red earthBoy
AddamsonThe son or the offspring of earthBoy
AdieCeltic - Little Fire; Hebrew - Man; Latin - Man from Hadria, dark oneBoy
AdiranLatin - Man from Hadria; Dark One; A variant form of AdrianBoy
AdmirandaEarth worthy of admirationGirl
AdoraThe glory of a person, adoredGirl
AdoreTo love or respect with whole heart and soulGirl
AdorerOne who loves or respectGirl
AdorjanPerson from Hadria (Latin Origin); A variant of AdrianBoy
AdragainThe sea of ingenuityBoy
AdreanLatin - Man from Hadria; Dark One; A variant form of AdrianBoy
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