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Portuguese Baby Boys' Names Top 100 (2017)

Try to guess the 100 most popular names given to newborn male babies in Portugal in 2017
Some names were given the exact same number of children so some positions may have two names.
The names' spelling needs to be spot on.
When not mentioned always try the portuguese version of a name.
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Last updated: October 28, 2018
First submittedOctober 28, 2018
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Origin of Name/Meaning
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Santiago
Biblical. The meaning is literally Saint James who was an appostle of Christ.
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Francisco
Germanic. Portuguese variant of the current German name Franz.
3
João
Biblical. One of the apostles of Christ.
4
Afonso
Germanic. Derived from an old Germanic name meaning "noble wolf"
5
Rodrigo
Germanic. Derived from de Visigothic name Roderich.
6
Martim
Roman. Derivation of Mars (the Roman god of war).
7
Tomás
Biblical. One of the Portuguese variations of the English name Thomas who was an appostle of Christ.
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Duarte
Germanic. It is the Medieval Portuguese equivalent of Edward.
9
Miguel
Biblical. One of the Angels named in the Bible, it is the Portuguese variant of Michael.
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Gabriel
Biblical. One of the Angels named in the Bible.
11
Lourenço
Roman/Italian. It is the name of a Saint who was martyred in the Kingdom of Navarre now part of Spain.
12
Gonçalo
Germanic. Its meaning is someone who survived a battle/war. It is derived from the Visigothic name Gundisalvo.
13
Dinis
French. Name of the Saint patron of the place where most french Kings' remains lie.
14
Guilherme
Germanic. Portuguese name with the same origin as the German name Wilhelm.
15
Pedro
Biblical/Greek One of the appostles of Christ. Considered by most scholars and by the church as the first Pope.
16
Salvador
Miscellaneous. Litteraly means "savior".
17
Rafael
Biblical. One of the Angels named in the Bible.
18
Lucas
Biblical One of the Evangelists. And the Portuguese version of the Star Wars main character's name.
19
Tiago
Biblical. One of the Portuguese variants of the name James.
20
Gustavo
Germanic. It was a very common name amongst Swedish Kings.
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Diogo
Biblical. Another Portuguese variant of James.
22
Vicente
Roman. It is the patron Saint of the city of Lisbon.
23
José
Biblical. The name of the husband of the Mother of Christ.
24
David
Biblical. He slew Goliath.
25
Mateus
Biblical. One of the evangelists.
26
Simão
Biblical. Birth name of Saint Peter.
27
António
Roman. Name of one of the most important plebeian Roman families. The Most famous member is named Marco in Portuguese. Marco's surname is the current Portuguese name.
27
Diego
Biblical. Another variant of the name James.
29
Manuel
Biblical. It means "God with us" . It was the name of many east roman emperors.
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Henrique
Germanic. Name of the father of the first King of Portugal.
31
Daniel
Biblical. It means "God is my judge" and the Portuguese version is the same as the English.
32
Vasco
Basque (most likely). It literaly means someone who is Basque or from the Basque Country.
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Bernardo
Germanic. It means tough bear and is very similar to the english variant.
34
Enzo
Italian. Corresponds to the german name Heinz.
35
André
Greek. It means manly or a man with virility. It corresponds to the English name Andrew.
36
Leonardo
Germanic. Portuguese name of one of the most important Italian Renaissance men.
37
Luís
Germanic. Portuguese version of a very "kingly" name in France.
38
Isaac
Biblical. He was the son of Abraham and this Portuguese version of the name is the same as the English one.
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Eduardo
Germanic. Version of the name Edward.
40
Alexandre
Greek. Name of a great conqueror who did not have pacience for solving knots.
41
Kevin
Celtic. The Portuguese version is equal to the English one.
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Matias
Biblical. One of the evangelists.
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Leandro
Greek. It means lionman.
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Filipe
Greek. Name of a conqueror which was the father of an even greater conqueror.
45
Xavier
Basque. The name of the mind reading member of the X-men.
46
Rúben
Biblical. The fist name of the 1960's boxer known has Hurricane.
47
Samuel
Biblical. It means "Son of God" in Hebrew.
48
Ricardo
Germanic. Portuguese version of the name of the Lionhearted King of England.
49
Artur
Celtic. Portuguese version of the name of the most well known fictional King of England.
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Valentim
Roman. Portuguese version of the name of the saint namesake of the "lover's day".
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Origin of Name/Meaning
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Frederico
Germanic. Version of the name of a great German philosopher.
52
Lorenzo
Italian. Italian version of the name Lawrence.
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Bryan
Celtic. Less common variety of the name of a famous Canadian singer surnamed Adams.
54
Bruno
Roman/Germanic. It means a person with swarthy complexion.
55
Nuno
Roman/Germanic. It may mean teacher or master if it is Roman. Only common in Portuguese language countries.
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Benjamim
Biblical. The name of one of the most famous American founding fathers.
57
Carlos
Germanic. Portuguese version of the name of ten French kings.
58
Sebastião
Greek. Portuguese version of the name of a current German F1 pilot.
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Rui
Germanic. Another derivation of the Visigothic name Roderich which has only three letters.
60
Davi
Biblical. Less common version of the name of the father of King Solomon.
61
Hugo
Germanic. Second name of the author of "Les Misérables".
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Noah
Biblical. The man who built an ark. English version.
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Joaquim
Biblical. The grandfather of Christ.
64
Mário
Roman. It means a man with virility. Last name of Julius' Caesar famous most famous uncle.
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Tomé
Biblical. Another Portuguese version of the name Thomas.
66
Fábio
Roman. Common roman surname that sounds similar to Flavius (Portuguese Version of course).
67
Paulo
Roman. Name of the Saint who persued catholics before himself converting.
68
Manel
Biblical. Version of the English name Emmanuel.
69
Renato
Roman. It means reborn.
70
Jorge
Germanic. It is the Portuguese version of the name of six kings of England/UK.
71
Jaime
Biblical. Portuguese version of the name James.
72
Marco
Roman. One of the most common Roman first names.
73
Ângelo
Biblical but from Latin. It means Angel.
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Micael
Biblical. Portuguese version of the name whose diminuitive is Mike.
75
Liam
Germanic. Irish version of William.
76
Ivan
Russian. Russian versioof John.
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Matheus
Biblical. One of the evangelists. This version is very close to another but with an h after the t.
78
William
Germanic. English name of the king known for winning at Hastings.
79
Gaspar
Biblical. One of the three wise men who visited Christ (Portuguese version)
80
Cristiano
Roman. It is Ronaldo's first name.
81
Luca
Italian. Italian version of Luke.
81
Jonathan
Biblical. English version of a very common Israeli name.
83
Gil
Germanic. It has only three letters.
83
Sérgio
Roman. It probably means "one who serves". It was used by many byzantine noblemen.
85
Ivo
Germanic. Corresponds to the french Ives or Yves.
86
Arthur
Celtic. English version of a fictional King.
86
Brian
Celtic. Most common version of the first name of a Canadian singer surnamed Adams.
86
Christian
English. It's diminuitive is Chris and the name is not Christopher.
89
Vítor
Roman. It means victorious.
90
Yuri
Russian. Very common Russian name.
91
Dilan
Celtic. Portuguese version of Dylan.
91
Fernando
Germanic. The name of the Catholic king of Spain.
91
Romeu
Italian. Portuguese version of very famous Shakespearean character's name.
94
Caio
Roman. The first name of Julius Caesar.
95
Emanuel
Biblical. Another portuguese version of the english Emmanuel.
95
Isac
Biblical. The son of Abraham (another version).
95
Sandro
Italian. Italian diminuitive of Alessandro.
98
Igor
Russian. Another very common Russian name.
98
Moisés
Biblical. The one who lead the jews out of Egypt.
100
César, Edgar, Elias, Josué or Mauro
Many names in the same position guess one.
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