There is no fixed standard for naming the baby. Some people insist on following the family tradition by giving their son the same name as his father, grandfather, great-grandfather ... On the contrary, there are others who prefer to innovate and choose an original name and personality for their chil
There is no fixed standard for naming the baby. Some people insist on following the family tradition by giving their son the same name as his father, grandfather, great-grandfather ... On the contrary, there are others who prefer to innovate and choose an original name and personality for their child.
In Bolivia, as it happens in other countries around it, they do not risk passing fads or with weird names and that is why at the top of the list of frequent names we find traditional names with a very familiar air and simple.
Frequent names for children in Bolivia
1. Juan Carlos. The Hebrew origin of Juan joins the Germanic origin of Carlos in one of the most frequent names in the Hispanic world. Both names are powerful and have enough personality to go alone or forming a thousand different combinations.
2. José Luis. Again the combination of a Hebrew origin, that of Joseph, plus a Germanic origin, that of Luis, to form a compound name full of familiarity and that inspires great confidence. It is one of the most popular names for children because of the personality it brings.
3. Marco Antonio. Marco's Latin origin is combined with a possible Etruscan origin of Antonio, giving rise to one of the most attractive names for children. The name knows a historical character, courage, charisma and sensitivity.
4. Miguel Ángel. It is a name that combines a Hebrew origin, in Miguel, with a Greek origin, in Angel. The strength of this name resides both in the meaning of Angel, who is the messenger of good news, and in his memory of the great Italian artist.
5. Juan. The simplicity of this name of Hebrew origin proves that there is no need for eccentricities or tendencies to find the perfect name of a child. Juan is classic, familiar and without shrillness and also contains all the strength of tradition without being outdated.
6. Mario. The name is of Latin origin and its meaning is related to the god of the Roman war, Mars. Its popularity is due to the fact that it is one of those strong names capable of renewing itself and being innovative despite having a long tradition.
7. David. It is a name of Hebrew origin and stands out for that distinguished air that has not lost despite its use. It has been passed on to us thanks to biblical tradition but, over time, the name has become universal and has become one of the most popular names in the world.
8. Fernando. It is a name of Germanic origin that carries implicit in its meaning courage and courage. It is thus a name with character and that is why Bolivian families like it. In addition, it is a traditional name that, by dint of renewing generation after generation, has managed to maintain its personality.
9. Víctor Hugo. Víctor's Latin origin joins the Germanic origin of Hugo in a combination of meanings desirable for any child. Victory or success together with ingenuity and intelligence could only give a name as charismatic as Victor Hugo.
10. Jorge. This name of Greek origin is characterized by the strength it contains and that makes it remain immovable in the list of frequent names of many countries without losing personality. Jorge sounds noble, distinguished and special, so it can be perfect for your child.