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What's Your Spanish Name?

Because Spanish names are beautiful.

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What's Your Spanish Name?

You got: Soledad.

Hi, Soledad. That's a gorgeous name meaning "solitude". It refers to María de la Soledad (Our Lady of Solitude), a variant name of Mary the mother of Jesus, in Roman Catholic tradition. You are introspective yet generous with your affections, and you are known for your unshowy acts of kindness.

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You got: Esperanza.

Your Spanish name is Esperanza, which means "hope". Vivacious and upbeat, you always make other people feel at ease, and you are never happier than when expressing yourself creatively.

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You got: María del Carmen.

A name with both Hebrew and Latin roots, Maria del Carmen is associated with the Virgin Mary in Roman Catholic tradition. You are passionate, headstrong and tenacious. Once you have set your mind to something, you don't let anyone stand in your way.

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You got: Lola.

Hi, Lola. Your name is related to the Spanish word dolores, meaning sorrows or aches. Naturally introverted yet fun-loving, you worship the great outdoors, and you are never happier than when planning your next adventure.

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You got: Josefa.

Hola, Josefa. Your name is derived from a Hebrew word meaning "God will add". A calming presence in people's lives, you have a talent for tact and diplomacy, which is why friends and colleagues often look to you to mediate in disagreements.

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You got: Ainhoa.

That's a gorgeous Basque name: you share it with a town in southwest France where there is a famous image of the Virgin Mary. You are shy, artistic and soulful, and you often feel intensely moved by the beauty in nature.

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You got: Diego.

Your Spanish name is Diego, a saintly moniker which goes back to at least the 13th century. People with this name tend to be disciplined, instinctive, professionally ambitious - maybe even a little ruthless.

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You got: Javier.

Hey there, Javier. Your Spanish name derives from the Catholic Saint called Francis de Xavier. You are affectionate, generous and open-hearted - which means you have a lot of love to give, but sometimes get your feelings hurt.

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You got: Álvaro.

Álvaro is a Germanic name introduced to Spain by the Visigoths in the 5th Century. You are fiery, enthusiastic about your goals, and you enjoy the thrill of the chase - though underneath the strong, independent surface lies a deep need for affection.

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