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The most popular baby names in Argentina for boys and girls

Generally, the names that become a trend tend to spend long periods in the rankings of each country. Argentina is no exception, and without a doubt, it is a source that can serve as inspiration when looking for a sonorous name with a beautiful meaning for our baby . According to data from the National Registry of People (Renaper), these are the most popular in this country.

Most popular names for girls in Argentina (and their meaning)

  • Isabella – Italian form of Isabella, meaning “promise of God”, “one who loves God.”
  • Valentina : of Latin origin, it means “courageous”, “vigorous”, “who has health”
  • Martina : feminine form of Martín, of Latin origin and meaning “consecrated or related to the god Mars”.
  • Emma : of Germanic origin, it means “Great”, “Strong”, “Immense”, “Powerful”.
  • Victoria : of Latin origin, it means “victorious, victorious”.
  • Catalina : It is a feminine name of Greek origin in its Spanish variant. Its meaning is pure, immaculate.
  • Olivia : of Latin origin, it means “the one who brings peace”.
  • Sofia : of Greek origin and its meaning is “wisdom” or “she who possesses wisdom”.
  • Alma : of Latin origin, it means “Kind”, “Gentile”, “All spirituality”.
  • Abigail : of Biblical Hebrew origin (abigayil), it means “joy of the father”.
  • Jasmine : of Arabic origin, its meaning is “beautiful like the flower that bears its name”.
  • Mia : It is a name that continues to set trends in recent years. It is of Hebrew origin, diminutive of Maria.
  • Emilia : name of Greek origin, meaning “Kind”.
  • Delfina : is the feminine of Delfín, which is given to the firstborn of some monarchies. It means ‘She who goes first in succession’ or ‘With graceful and beautiful shapes’.
  • Franchesca : of Italian origin and which means “the one who has been freed”.
  • Josefina : of Hebrew origin, feminine variant of José, to which the meaning “what God multiplies” or “enlarged by God” is attributed.
  • Morena : Name of Irish origin meaning “dark”.
  • Juliet : of Latin origin, it means “the one who is strong from the root”.
  • Camila : originating from Latin means “the one who is in front of God” or “the one who presents sacrifices”.
  • Lucía : of Latin origin “lux”, its meaning is “She who carries the light” or “She who is born of light”, in reference to girls who are born at dawn.
  • Guadalupe : has an Arabic origin and means “river of love”.
  • Renata : comes from the term “renasci”, which means “reborn” or “born again”.
  • Amber : of Arabic origin. Its meaning alludes to the semiprecious gem with the homonymous name whose material comes from the fossilized resin of trees.
  • Zoe : of Greek origin and means “full of life”.
  • Light : of Latin origin ( lux, lucis ) meaning “the one that gives clarity”.

Most popular names for boys in Argentina (and their meaning)

  • Benjamin : of Hebrew origin. It means “son of the right hand”, and refers to a symbol of virtue and strength.
  • Mateo : means “gift of God”.
  • Baptist : of Greek origin, and its meaning is “the one who baptizes”.
  • Gael : is of Breton origin, and means “generosity, generous sir”.
  • Philip : comes from the Latin Philippus and means “horse lover” or “horse love”.
  • Noah : of Hebrew origin, and its meaning is “Rest, peace, comfort, or the one who is comforted”.
  • Benicio : of Latin origin, and means “the lover of riding, the gentleman”
  • John : Name of Hebrew origin meaning “God is merciful.”
  • Valentine : Variant of Valentine. It means “healthy, strong, brave and powerful man”.
  • Ezequiel : of Hebrew origin, and its meaning is “he who has the strength of God”.
  • Gabriel : means “the strength and power of God”.
  • Liam : is the Irish version of Guillermo. It means “firm protection”.
  • Valentin : means “healthy, strong, brave and powerful man”.
  • Ignacio : of Latin origin, and means “man who was born of fire”.
  • Bruno : name of Germanic origin meaning “shield or cuirass”.
  • Thiago : of Hebrew origin, it is a variant of Santiago, which means “the one who changes”.
  • Augustine – is related to the Latin Augustinus which means “majestic”.
  • Santino : comes from Latin, and means “holy”, “consecrated to God” or “consecrated to religion”,
  • Thomas : of Aramaic origin and means “twin” or “twin”.
  • Joaquín : of Hebrew origin and means “Yahweh will build, will build”.
  • Nicholas : of Greek origin, means “victor”, “conqueror”.
  • Lorenzo : of Latin origin meaning Crowned with Laureles.
  • Dante : comes from the Latin ‘durans’ , which means “enduring”, “resistant”.
  • Lautaro : comes from the Mapuche tribe, an Amerindian people that is located mainly in the south of Chile and Argentina. It means “fast traro”, and refers to a species of bird that lives in America. In addition, the name of this bird can also be translated as “The light that illuminates the path of life.”

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