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Spanish

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The name Fargo, of Spanish origin, is a gender-neutral name inspired by the Spanish word 'varga', meaning 'steep slope'. Therefore, the meaning of Fargo is ‘slope’. It is also a place name referring to the city of Fargo located in North Dakota, United States. In popular culture, 'Fargo' is the name of an American television series and movie.

Origin:  

Spanish

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Figueroa is a name for both boys and girls. The meaning of Figueroa is 'lives near the fig tree'. The places where fig trees grow are considered to be holy. This name is said to have originated from the Spanish language. This name is popular in the United States, the United Kingdom, India, Canada, Australia, Ireland, France, United Arab Emirates, Bangladesh, and the Russian Federation other than Spain.

Origin:  

Spanish

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The meaning of Flores is ‘flowers’ in Spanish. It is a gender-neutral name. It is the plural of ‘flor’ which means ‘flower’ in both Spanish and Portuguese. Flores is a common last name. A notable bearer of the name is Spanish actress Alba Flores.

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Spanish

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The name Fonda is of Spanish origin. It is a gender-neutral name derived from the Latin term 'fundus', used to refer to the bottom of something. Therefore, the meaning of Fonda is ‘bottom’ or ‘foundation’. One notable figure with this name is Henry Jaynes Fonda, an American film and stage actor and Academy Award-winner.

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