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 …

Zona

Zona is an English female name meaning "girdle, belt". The name comes from Latin zona (belt, girdle; zone) via Greek zōnē (belt, sash, girdle), referring to a type of belt worn by women in Ancient Rome. Zona is also a word in several languages (Spanish, Portuguese, Catalan, Serbian, Croatian, Georgian, Italian) meaning "zone"; in Hebrew it means "prostitute". Origin: …

Anastasia

Anastasia is the feminine form of Anastasius, the Latinized form of Ancient Greek Anastasios meaning "resurrection" from Ancient Greek anastasis (resurrection standing up) composed of ana- (up) + histemi (to stand). Nicknames: Ana, Stacy, Stacia Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Anastasiya (Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Bulgarian) Anastazija (Croatian, Slovene) Stošija (Croatian) Anastázie (Czech) Anastazie (Czech) Anastasie (French, Romanian) Anasztázia (Hungarian) Anastasija (Latvian, Lithuanian, Macedonian, …

Lilibeth

Lilibeth is an English female name which originated as a pet-name for Elizabeth, the English form of Hebrew ‘Elisheva meaning “my God is an oath” or “my God is abundance”. It seems to be especially popular in Venezuela. Lilibeth could also be a combination of Lily (the name of a flower which comes from Latin lilia, the plural of lilium derived from Ancient …

Irma

Irma is a female given name, originating as a short form of names beginning with Germanic element ermin meaning "whole, universal" which comes from Proto-Germanic *ermunaz (strong, whole) deriving from an unknown origin, making it a cognate of Emma. Origin: Proto-Germanic Variants: Erma (English) Irmuska (Hungarian diminutive of Irma) Emma (English, French, Italian, Spanish, Catalan, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Icelandic, …

Mariposa

Mariposa comes from a Spanish and Portuguese word meaning "butterfly" and is the name of several places in the U.S., Canada, and Peru. I don't believe it's used as an actual name in Spanish-speaking countries. Mariposa is also the name of several lily-like plants in the genus Calochortus found in the western U.S. and Mexico, which received …

Alonso

Alonso is a Spanish male name, a variant of Alfonso which is the Spanish and Italian form of a Visigothic name which seems to be made up of Germanic elements adal (noble) and funs (ready). Alphonse is also a surname originating from the given name. It’s also possible that Alfonso is a variant form of Ildefonso, the Spanish form of Visigothic Hildefuns meaning “battle …

Venia

Venia is a Latin word meaning "indulgence, kindness; mercy, grace, favor; pardon; forgiveness" derived from PIE root word *wenh₁- (to love) (Venus derives from the same root word). Venia is also a Spanish word meaning "permission, consent, pardon" derived from the Latin word venia (above). Origin: Proto-Indo-European    

Pastor

Pastor comes from Latin noun pastor meaning "shepherd, herdsman" via pastus (fed, nourished; pastured) derived from PIE root word *peh₂- (to protect, feed; to shepherd). In Christianity, pastor refers to a leader of a congregation as well as also being the name of a genus of bird known as the rosy starling. Pastor is also a surname, likely originating …

Thania

Thania ثانية is an Arabic word meaning "second", a feminine singular form of iṯnān اِثْنَان (two). Thania has also been used as a female given name but I couldn't find a specific meaning or usage. It could be Spanish (I've seen some usage for it as a Spanish name) and if so, it could be a variant of Tania, …