Inigo

Inigo is an anglicized form of Íñigo, the Spanish form of Eneko, a Basque male name of uncertain meaning though it could be derived from Basque elements ene (my, mine) and ko, a diminutive suffix, essentially meaning "my little one". Íñigo has also been used as a variant form of Ignatius, a variant spelling of Egnatius, an Ancient Roman family name of …

Nekane

Nekane (pr. neh-kah-neh; Forvo) is a Basque female name meaning "sorrows", making it the Basque form of Dolores. Origin: Basque  

García

García is a Spanish male name of uncertain etymology, the name of several kings of Pamplona and Navarre. It may have derived from a Basque origin, either from Basque hartz meaning "bear" or gazte meaning "young". It may also possibly be derived from a Germanic source, perhaps meaning "war" or "young warrior", or perhaps from Visigothic garxa or garcha …

Zorion

Zorion is a Basque male name (and word) meaning "happiness". Origin: Basque Female forms: Zorione (Basque)  

Alexavier

Alexavier is a modern English male name, a combination of Alexander (meaning "defending men" or "defender of men"; in Greek mythology, it was another name for the Trojan prince Paris, famous for abducting Helen, wife of Menelaus, which started the ten year Trojan war, as well as also being the name of Alexander the Great, king of …

Naya

Naya is a very multicultural name with various meanings. The most common one I keep seeing is that it is a variant of Nia which could be from Swahili meaning “purpose”, “will”, or “resolve”, though it may also be a Welsh form of Irish Niamh meaning “bright”; Naya is also an Arabic female name deriving from Persian nay/ney, …

Javier

Javier is a Spanish male name, the Spanish form of Xavier which comes from the name of a Basque place name, Etxeberria meaning “the new house”. Javier is also a Spanish surname originating from the given name. Nicknames: Javi (Spanish) Origin: Basque Variants: Xavier (Spanish, Catalan, Portuguese, French, English) Zavier (English) Xavior (English) Xzavier (English) Javier (Spanish) Xabier …

Itzal

Itzal is a Basque male name and word meaning "shadow". I've also seen it listed as a female name Origin: Basque  

Anaya

Anaya is a female given name derived from several possible sources: from Arabic عَناية meaning "care, protection, concern, solicitude" (can also be spelled Inaya); a feminine form of Anay, an Indian male name meaning "misfortune, adversity" and "not conducted by anyone", "without good management; bad behavior, bad conduct", made up from Hindi prefix a- अ- (un-; not) and nyāya न्याय (judgement; justice). It also seems …

Salazar

Salazar comes from a Spanish surname, a habitional name for someone who came from a place called Salazar. It's made up from Spanish sala (hall) and Basque zahar (old) meaning "old hall" or "dweller at the old hall". Nicknames: Sal Origin: Proto-Indo-European, Basque Variants: Zaraitzu (Basque)  

Xavier

Xavier comes from the name of a Basque place name, Etxeberria meaning "the new house" and is also a Portuguese and Catalan surname originating from the given name. Origin: Basque Variants: Zavier (English) Xavior (English) Xzavier (English) Javier (Spanish) Xabier (Basque, Galician) Saveriu (Corsican) Xaver (German) Saverio (Italian) Ksawery (Polish)   Female forms: Xaviera (English) Javiera …

Naia

Naia has several possible meanings: Naia is a Basque female name meaning "wave, sea foam"; It may also be derived from the Naiads, water nymphs who typically inhabit fountains, streams, or any fresh water. The name comes from Ancient Greek nā́ō meaning "to flow" or nâma "running water", both derived from Proto-Indo-European *(s)neh₂- (to swim, to float); Spelled Nai'a, it's a Hawaiian word …