Popular Mexican names and surnames – * AMERICA.DE *
Top First Names for Babies in Mexico 2015In Mexico residents use several first and last names. Up to three first names and two surnames are possible there, 2 + 2 are common. the First names are determined by the parents at birth, especially the father as the traditional head of the family the choice. At the Surname the baby automatically gets the family names of mother and father.
Example of a typical Man names of a Mexican: Juan Manuel Espinoza Sanchez
A Woman’s name a Mexican woman whose father and mother had the same family name: Maria Luisa Fernanda Rodriguez Rodriguez.
Marry now our two Mexicans, the man’s name remains, the woman is given the man’s first family name as the second surname: Maria Luisa Fernanda Rodriguez Espinoza
Pet names, nicknames and nicknames
Some nickname: Alberto becomes Beto, Enrique is shortened to Kike, Marita to Mary (English), Luis becomes Lucho, Jose likes to Pepe, Francisco then calls himself Pacho, Alejandro is short and sweet Alejo.
Both Nicknames Characteristics of the person are very popular: Rubio (the light-haired), Gordo (the fat one), Flaco (the thinner), Orejon (big ears), Django (monkey), Chinos (Chinese or frizzy hair), Pelon (Bald head), Chaparron (Short stature)
Nicknames there are tons in Mexico, here are some great examples: Cebolla the onion names a crook who makes his victims cry. Choche the boyfriend, Pinche is often used for gays, Cuate a good friend , Gusano the worm, Langostina Woman who has a lot of meat on her buttocks, that Comal only chubby people like Characol is slow as the snail and many more.
As in all of Latin America, the Mexican one holds family strong together and is the heart of existence, which is also noticeable in the names: Tios and Tias (uncles and aunts) are more than a dime a dozen, the brother-in-law as Cuñado, the sister-in-law Cunada, the cousin is addressed as Primo, so that first names are not used here at all.
Mexico’s most wanted name
According to the Mexican National Register the following first names were most frequently given to newborns in 2015:
Most popular Mexican girl names
Sofía, Camila, Valentina, Isabella, Ximena, Natalia, Mía, María Fernanda, Nicole, Melanie, Regina, Renata, Antonella, Luna, Constanza, Zoe, Michelle, Aitana, Stephanie, María Luisa, Ana María, Adriana, María de Jesús , María Camila, Samantha, Mariana, Samantha, María José, Alexa and María Guadalupe.
Most popular Mexican boy names
José Luis, Miguel Ángel, José Francisco, Jesús Antonio, Alejandro, Juan Carlos, Ricardo, Daniel, Fernando, Jorge, Roberto, Carlos, Francisco Javier, Juan Manuel, Santiago, Sebastián, Diego, Nicolás, Daniel, Mateo, Matías, Gabriel , Emiliano, Rodrigo, Juan Pablo, Emmanuel, Emilio, Christopher, Jonathan and Iker.
Modern parents now also like to give their children in Mexico an English trend name, which leads to structures like Kevin Jose or Summer Gabriela leads.
Top 10 Mexican Family Names
Rank last name number
1 Rodríguez 6,744,179
2 Hernandez 5,526,929
3 García 4,129,360
4 Martínez 3,886,887
5 González 3,188,693
6 López 3,148,024
7 Pérez 2,746,468
8 Sánchez 2,234,625
9 Ramírez 2,070,723
10 flores 1,392,707
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