35 boy names with the letter Ñ

Undoubtedly, whoever has the letter Ñ in his name will be a very special child with a very strong personality, since he will find that this letter is not present in most of the most widely spoken languages ​​in the world.

We have searched in the different languages ​​that have it, such as Galician, Breton, Guaraní, Quechua and Basque, and these are the 35 names for boys with ñ that we have found for your baby, within our name tour of AZ .

  • Agostiño: of Galician origin, a variant of Agustín, which means “the one who is venerated.”
  • Beñat: corresponds to Bernardo’s name in Basque, which means “the strength of a bear”.
  • Beño: hypocoristic of Bernardo, which means “bold as a bear”.
  • Bitaño: of Basque origin, it was the pseudonym used by the Basque writer Nicolás Altzola Gerediaga.
  • Choño: hypocoristic (affectionate appellation) of Antonio, which means “one who faces his adversaries” or “brave”.
  • Eñaut: corresponds to Arnaldo’s name in Basque and means “who governs”, “power”.
  • Ereño: of Basque origin, it is the name of a town in the north of Bizkaia, on the top of the mountain where the famous Santimamiñe cave is located.
  • Fañch: of Breton origin, it corresponds to the name of Francisco, derived from Franciscus and which means “French”.
  • Feña: Hypocoristic of Daniel, which means “Justice of God”.
  • Iñaki: Basque variant of Ignacio, a Latin name that means “bearer of fire.”
  • Iñigo: of Basque origin, it is the Romance variant of Eneko, which means “place located on a mountainous slope”.
  • Juañico: Hypocoristic of Juan, which means “God is merciful.”
  • Mañe: Manuel’s hypocoristic, which means “God is with us.”
  • Muño: of Basque origin, it means “hill or elevation”.
  • Ñacurutú: of Quechua origin, it is the name of a nocturnal bird: Buho viginianus.
  • Ñaguí: of Quechua origin, it means “tender”.
  • Ñaki: Hypocoristic of Ignacio, which means “fiery, born of fire.”
  • Ñako: hypocoristic of Ignacio, which means “fiery, born of fire.”
  • Ñamandu: of Guaraní origin, it is the main god of their mythology.
  • Ñancul: of Mapuche origin, it is the voice that was used as a victory cry in war. It is also the name of a town in the Panguipulli commune (Chile).
  • Rhea: of Guaraní origin, it is the name of a type of bird very similar to the ostrich, native to South America.
  • Ñandubay: of Quechua origin, it is the name of a large indigenous tree.
  • Ñanduva: of Guaraní origin, it means “the one who feels”.
  • Ñaño: in Central America, affectionate name to designate a brother.
  • Ñasaindy: of Guaraní origin, it means “light, moonlight.”
  • Ñe’engatu: of Guaraní origin, it means “talkative, loquacious”.
  • Ñel: Hypocoristic of Daniel, which means “justice of God”.
  • Nimo: Hypocoristic of Jerónimo, which comes from Viene de hieronimus: “holy name”.
  • Ñito: hypocoristic with whom Cipriano Antonio González Rivero, exporter from Tenerife, is known.
  • Ñuflo : referring to Ñuflo de Cháves, Extremadura general, founder of Santa Cruz la Vieja, Bolivia. Today it gives its name to a province.
  • Nuño: of Latin origin, it was a common name in the Middle Ages from which the surname Núñez arose. It means “ninth.”
  • Ñutu: of Quechua origin, it means ‘small thing’.
  • Oñatz: of Basque origin, it is the name of a town in Guipúzcoa.
  • Pauliño: affectionate nickname for Paulo. It comes from Pablo and means ‘little’ or ‘man of humility’.
  • Yvuñu: of Guaraní origin, it means “spring”.

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