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Spanish

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Acevedo is of Spanish origin and the meaning of Acevedo is 'grove of holly trees'. This name is usually given to someone who lives near holly trees or hollywood. It is usually used as a surname.

Origin:  

Spanish

Description:  

A name of Spanish origin, the meaning of Acosta is 'coast'. It is usually used as a surname. The name derives its meaning from the word 'encostas', translating to 'mountains'. Another origin is from the Portuguese word 'da Costa' and the Spanish word 'de Acosta', translating to 'coast'. The name is usually given to a person who lives near the coast or near the mountains.

Origin:  

Spanish

Description:  

The name Amor is of Spanish origin and is a gender-neutral name. The meaning of Amor is ‘love’. The name originated from the Latin term 'amor'. It is also used as a term of endearment in Spanish.

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Spanish

Description:  

A non-gendered name of Spanish-origin, the meaning of Azul is 'blue'. The name gets its meaning from a renowned and cherished pre-historic stone. It is popularly used in the Hispanic-American population. As this name describes the color of the sky and the ocean, this name is attractive and a favored choice for many. Although being a rarely used name for boys and girls, its easy pronunciation and traditional touch makes it a sought-after name.

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