Top Spanish Baby Girl Names and Their Meaning

Sofía. Sophia's Spanish form translates to "wisdom" in Greek. It's an excellent choice for a little girl who is wise beyond her years.

Valentina. This is the feminine form of Valentine, which comes from the Roman name Valentinus. It can mean "strong," "vigorous," or "healthy," all of which are appropriate name mea

Isabella. This name, a medieval Occitan version of Elizabeth, evokes status and confidence. It translates to "My God is an oath" in Hebrew. Isabel was a popular name among Spanish

Camila. Camilla was a mythical fighter in Virgil's Aeneid, and this is the Spanish and Portuguese versions of her English name.

Valeria. This name, the female form of Valerius, means "strong," just like the more common Spanish girl's name Valentina, which comes in second place on this list. Several early sa

Mariana. This name originated in Rome as Marianus. Some people say the name was developed by merging the names Maria and Ana. Marianita is a cute diminutive.

Gabriela. The feminine form of Gabriel means "God is my strength" in Hebrew. Gabriel is an archangel that appears in both the Old and New Testaments.

Sara. Sarah's Spanish name translates to "lady," "princess," or "noblewoman" in Hebrew. Sara's original name was Sarai, but God altered it. Either spelling could result in a distin

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