Choosing a name for a baby boy is not easy. You need to consider whether the name will suit him when he is a cute baby and once he has grown into a man. Here is a list of the most popular baby names given to boys in Latin America. This list is also a great resource for parents looking for top Hispanic or Latino baby boys’ names.
Baby Names List From Across Latin America
If you are looking to give your baby a popular boy’s name ‚Äì or to avoid commonly used boy names in Latin America ‚Äì this list will give you the most popular boys’ names in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Uruguay. For more popular name lists from other countries, see the online list of International Statistical Agencies and International Organizations.
Each country releases its most popular names statistics at different time intervals. The baby boys’ names listed here all come from official statistic lists, but the list ranges from 2016 to 2020, depending on the country.
Top Baby Names in Latin America
From the lists, you will see that some of the top boy’s names across Latin America are currently Diego, Gabriel, and Leonardo.
Top baby boy names in Argentina
The most popular Argentinean baby boy names are:
Top baby boy names in Brazil
The most popular Brazilian baby boy names are:
Top baby boy names in Chile
The most popular Chilean baby boy names are:
Top baby boy names in Mexico
The most popular Mexican baby boy names are:
1. Miguel Angel
3. Luis Angel
Top baby boy names in Puerto Rico
The most popular Puerto Rican baby boy names are:
Top baby boy names in Uruguay
The most popular Uruguayan baby boy names are:
More Hispanic Boys Names
Other top suggestions if you are looking for a Hispanic or Latino name for your baby son include:
Choosing a Name for Baby
When choosing a Hispanic or Latino baby’s name, parents should consider the following:
Will a Hispanic name suit my baby?
Should a baby’s name be traditional, unusual, unique, exotic, popular, or cool?
Will the name you choose be suitable throughout all stages of life, starting with baby, child, teenager, young adult, middle age, and retirement?
Will the name be difficult to spell, or could it cause teasing?
What will your baby think of your choice of name?
Does the first name fit well with the last name or second or third names?