When choosing the name of the baby we can be inspired in many areas. The cinema, television or celebrities create many fashion names pero, but we can also turn to literature to find the perfect name for our boy or girl. We turn to the great classics of literature to find meaningful, intense and neve
When choosing the name of the baby we can be inspired in many areas. The cinema, television or celebrities create many fashion names pero, but we can also turn to literature to find the perfect name for our boy or girl.We turn to the great
classics of literature to find meaningful, intense and never-out-of-date names. Because our baby deserves a name with personality and beautiful, we have found 10 names for children in literature. 10 names for children of famous books
William Shakespeare gave us a play like 'Romeo and Juliet' full of real love. Romeo, besides being one of the protagonists of this love story is also the name of one of the sons of the Beckham. 2. Nestor.
Néstor is a name of Greek origin that appears in 'The Iliad' of Homer. It is a name that represents wisdom and prudence in the figure of the old Nestor de Pilos. 3. Oliver.
The child protagonist of the novel by Charles Dickens 'Oliver Twist' may be the perfect name for your child because of its Latin origin and its meaning related to peace. It is also original and maintains a touch of freshness. 4. Santiago.
We find this traditional name of Hebrew origin in the novel by García Márquez 'Chronicle of a death announced' . He has great strength and personality and that is why he is one of the most frequent names in many Latin American countries.5. Rodrigo.
This name of Germanic origin and whose meaning makes reference to the glory, is the name of the protagonist of 'Cantar del mío Cid' . Halfway between legend and reality, Rodrigo is presented as an original and distinguished name.6. Guillermo.
In literature we often find this name of Germanic origin meaning 'the protector'. But we remain as a reference with Guillermo de Baskerville, one of the protagonists of 'The name of the rose' .7. Horacio.
This name of Latin origin that derives from the Roman goddess of the youth, Hora, we find him as the protagonist of the novel by Julio Cortázar 'Rayuela' , one of the essential works of universal literature.8. Tristan.
It is one of the most interesting names for children. It has a Celtic origin and a meaning that speaks of the stones of the gods. We are known thanks to the cycle of medieval legends that narrate their love with Isolde. 9. Arturo.
It is of Celtic origin and means 'as strong as a rock'. We know this name through the art Arthurian legend , with his sword Excalibur and his knights of the round table in search of the Grail. 10. Alonso.This name of Germanic origin 'is prepared for combat' and belongs to the medieval tradition. It is also the name of the protagonist of
'El Quijote' , that crazy gentleman named Alonso Quijano. Laura Vélez. Collaborator of Guiainfantil.com