Guadalupe

Guadalupe is a Spanish unisex name which comes from the Spanish title “Our Lady of Guadalupe” from the name of a river in Spain. The name is made up of Arabic wadi (valley, river) and Latin lupus (wolf) essentially meaning “valley of the wolf” or “wolf’s river”.

Nicknames: Lupe, Lupita

Origin: Arabic, Proto-Indo-European

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  1. This is such a lovely and dynamic name, and I like it for the Catholic connotations since I myself am catholic. I prefer it for a female and I find the nickname Lupita very charming, but I also adore Lupito for a boy it sounds so playful.

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