Families rely on many factors when it comes to putting the baby's name. Some parents prefer to follow the family tradition, while others opt for an original name that contributes personality to the child. Be that as it may, choosing the name of the baby is an important decision and must be made with
Families rely on many factors when it comes to putting the baby's name. Some parents prefer to follow the family tradition, while others opt for an original name that contributes personality to the child. Be that as it may, choosing the name of the baby is an important decision and must be made with time.
In Mexico they follow the tendency of the entire Hispanic world to put traditional names to their children. That's why in the list of frequent names, the top ten are occupied by traditional and well-known child names, some of them composed, but all of them with great familiarity.
Frequent names for children in Mexico
1. Alejandro. It is a name of Greek origin that ranks first in the list of frequent names in Mexico. And it does not surprise us because it has all the qualities of the ideal name, tradition, familiarity, simplicity and forcefulness of meaning.
2. Rodrigo. Mexican families adore this name of Germanic origin whose meaning is related to glory and fame. Rodrigo is a name for a child that brings nobility and distinction, that sounds like history and tradition and that, nevertheless, keeps all the freshness of a special name.
3. Eduardo. It is a name of Germanic origin very popular in Mexico since always but that has not been worn out by use. It belongs to that group of names whose strength remains unchanged despite its long tradition and that is constantly renewed thanks to the game that gives its possible diminutives.
4. Miguel Ángel. The Hebrew origin of Miguel joins the Greek origin of Angel to form one of the most popular names in the Hispanic world. Both names are strong enough to go separately, but when combined, the result is the ideal name for your baby.
5. Jorge. It is a name of Greek origin that enjoys great popularity around the world. In Mexico he has been one of the top names in the list of frequent names for decades, perhaps because of that special sonority that evokes distinction in any child.
6. Juan Carlos. This compound name that combines the Hebrew origin of Juan with the Germanic origin of Carlos is a sure bet for the Mexican families who find in him a name with tradition, family and with great strength.
7.Carlos. It is a name for a boy of Germanic origin who has the strength to go alone in his own meaning, not in vain means 'strong man'. Although it is also very common to be combined in a compound name, Carlos is one of the favorite names for Mexicans and a good example of this are the many personalities who wear it.
8. José Luis. The combination of a Hebrew origin, that of José, with a Germanic origin, that of Luis, is one of the most frequent in the entire Hispanic sphere. Both names are familiar and stand out for their simplicity forming one of the most popular compound names.
9. Ricardo. Royalty and bravery are found in the meaning of this name of Germanic origin that has become one of the most popular in Mexico. Its sonority and the evocation of medieval legends, knights and nobles are perhaps its most appreciated characteristics.
10. Francisco Javier. In this name the Germanic origin of Francisco is combined with the Basque origin of Javier. We are facing one of the most popular compound names in the Hispanic world, although the strength of both names makes them very frequent separately.