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Spanish Gender Neutral Names Starting with S

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Spanish

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The origin of Santana is Spanish and the meaning of Santana is 'the follower of St. Anna'. It is said to have originated in Aragon, the ancient Spanish kingdom. It is a gender-neutral name and means 'the disciple of St. Anna'. St. Anna was the mother of Virgin Mary, and the grandmother of Jesus.

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Spanish

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The meaning of Sol is 'sun'. It is also often used as nickname for Solomon. The name is of Spanish origin, and can be used as a gender-neutral name when naming children.

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Spanish

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The name Solis is of Spanish origin and the meaning of Solis is sun. The name derives its meaning from the Latin word sol, which also means sun. The name also derives its meaning from the Spanish and Asturian-Leonese name Solís, which is used as a habitational name for the place called Solís, situated in Asturias. This name is also of English origin, and it refers to a child that was born after the death of the previous child and hence means ‘solace’, or 'comfort', or 'consolation', in Middle English.

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