Ten names for popular children in Venezuela in 2017
If you have not yet decided on the name for your future child these proposals of the most popular names used in Venezuela may be able to get you out of doubt. In this Latin country, traditional and classical names prevail, closely linked to a biblical origin, although less conventional names taken a
If you have not yet decided on the name for your future child these proposals of the most popular names used in Venezuela may be able to get you out of doubt.
In this Latin country, traditional and classical names prevail, closely linked to a biblical origin, although less conventional names taken as examples of sportsmen, models or other personalities are becoming more relevant. For next year 2017 these will be the most popular names used in Venezuela.
10 child names that will be a trend in Venezuela in 2017
1- José: a large part of the Venezuelan male population is called José, either as a single name or as a compound. It has been and continues to be one of the most used names in the Latin country. In a biblical name, it comes from Hebrew and means 'God will provide.'
2- Carlos: is the variant in Spanish of the German origin name Karl or Carl. It is a name of Germanic origin and means 'free man'.
3- Juan: is a name of Hebrew origin. Just as Joseph is very important in the Bible. It means 'the faithful one to God'.
4- Luis: comes from the Germanic language and means 'the enlightened one of the battle'.
5- Jesus: is the biblical name par excellence. Its origin is Hebrew and the meaning of this name refers to God 'Yahweh is salvation'.
6- Pedro: comes from the Latin Petrus, in Spanish it acquires the form of Pedro. It means 'stone' and it is a very used name especially in Spain and Latin America.
7- Rafael: is a name of Hebrew origin whose meaning makes reference to that 'God has healed' It is used a lot in the West, and the diminutive most used is that of Rafa.
8- Angel: is a name of Greek origin whose meaning refers to the 'messenger'. It is used throughout the world. Very especially in Latin America.
9- Francisco: the origin of this name is not very clear although most of the voices suggest that it comes from the Germanic language. It means 'bold, free.' The popularity of his Holiness Pope Francis has also promoted the continued use and continued trend towards 2017 this traditional name.
10- Neymar: is a name of Portuguese origin that means 'come from the sea'. This name has become popular throughout the world, also in Venezuela, where it is gaining increasing relevance thanks to the world-renowned Brazilian soccer player.
Cristina González Hernando. Editor of Guiainfantil.com