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When it comes to give the baby a name that is to be born, all the resources are valid. The more names parents know, the more likely they are to find the ideal name for their little one.
Some parents choose to give the names of dear relatives or friends, and others prefer rare or very exotic names. Thinking about it, Guiainfantil.com, through the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), has collected the names of hurricanes for the year 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019. And here you have the result. We hope it helps you know what to call your baby!
Surely, you have ever wondered why names of people, men and women, are put on hurricanes, cyclones or tropical storms. Meteorologists began naming hurricanes to facilitate communication between them and the general public. Before, for centuries, they were baptized with the name of the saint of the day that affected the area, as an example, Santa Ana and San Felipe (Puerto Rico).
Every year, it prepares a list of names for the upcoming hurricane season. The list contains a name for each letter of the alphabet (the letters Q, U, X, Y, Z are not included because few names begin with those letters). These lists are repeated every six years, and the names are changed when the name of a hurricane has been removed.
The names of very destructive hurricanes are withdrawn, remaining in the historical records and are replaced by others that begin with the same letter.
Hurricane, typhoon and cyclone are the same, the difference is where they occur. A hurricane is the last stage of a tropical cyclone and according to the Saffir-Simpson scale they can be classified into five categories, according to the speed of their winds. Keep in mind that the list of names varies according to the area of the world in which these phenomena take place. Take, for example, the Atlantic.
The hurricanes for 2019 offer us traditional names, but there are also some more original and modern ideas. Take a look at the list, because they might inspire you to choose once and for all what you want to call your babies. We started!
Surely you know many girls called Andrea (a name of Greek origin that means 'brave') but, did you know that in many countries it is also used to call boys. A unisex option that is a guarantee of success!
It is an English name that means 'fair head'. It is a very original option, since it is not very common among Spanish speakers. It is for this reason that the most modern parents are usually the ones who choose it for their babies.
Would you like to call your little girl Chantal? Without a doubt, it is a name that transmits great elegance and knowing how to be. Will your baby be like this when he grows up? You may know that this is a nickname of French origin whose meaning is related to stones.
What's the first thing that popped into your head when you've read Dorian's name? First of all, a hurricane, but surely you have also thought of Dorian Gray. You should know that Dorian is a name whose origin is Greek and which means 'descendant of Dorus'.
Erin is a very exotic girl name. Its origin is Gaelic and its meaning is 'Irish'. If you have some kind of special bond with Ireland, feel free to call your baby that.
On May 30, the day of San Fernando is celebrated. Did you know that this name is of German origin and means 'who is willful and daring'? How nice for a baby! As the most frequent diminutive of this name we find Fer.
The archangel Gabriel has a very important role in the biblical story, which has encouraged many parents to choose for their baby boy or for their girl (Gabriela). Its origin is Hebrew and means 'woman of God'.
This is one of those names that sound like the old ones, the more traditional ones, those of our grandparents. However, surely you have already realized that vintage names are more fashionable than ever. The origin of this name is German and means 'bright'.
If you are looking for a girl's name that is original but beautiful, what do you think of Imelda? It is a name that also comes from German and that means 'warrior'. His saints are celebrated on September 17.
Of English origin, this name is also used to name hurricanes. Its meaning will be liked very much by the most devoted parents: 'exaltation of God'. Can you imagine calling your son Jerry?
Parents who prefer names that come from other countries often have Karen on their mind, as she is very popular. But, did you know that it is a way of naming the Catalinas? This last name has Greek origin and means 'pure'. His saint is April 29th.
What a nice name! Lorenzo has a Latin origin and means 'crowned with laurel'. On August 10 his name day is celebrated and in his honor the meteor shower that takes place during these dates was also named: the tears of San Lorenzo!
Melissa or Melisa is a name of Greek origin that means 'bee' or 'honey'. It is a very sweet name for a baby like the one you have on the way.
On October 27, the day of Santo Néstor is celebrated. If you are thinking of calling your baby that, surely you like to know that it is a name of Greek origin that means 'the remembered one'. Surely you can't forget it either!
Direct from Russia comes the name Olga, which means 'uncertain'. Her special day is July 11, so you can't forget to give a big hug to all the Olgas you know.
Pablo is one of the most fashionable names of the moment to call children. Its origin is Latin and its meaning is 'small or weak man'.
Rebecca is a Hebrew name that means 'she who wears a curl'. His saints are March 23.
If you like names with many letters and you are going to have a boy, Sebastián is a very suitable name for him. Its origin is in the Greek language and means 'honored or revered'. A good choice for your baby!
Tanya, who is also known as Tania, is a name that comes from Russia. It is a name very equivalent to Tatiana, which is also a good option for your daughter.
If you like very short names and are going to have a little one, Van is a name that you can take into account in your list of 'possible names'.
We finished the 2019 hurricane names with Wendy, a name full of tenderness that many parents choose because it reminds them of one of their childhood stories, Peter Pan.
What are the names for the 2018 hurricanes according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)? Write down the one you like the most!
Name for a boy of Germanic origin that means 'the one who stands out for his nobility'. He celebrates his holy day on August 7.
Name of Greek origin, coming from the precious stone 'Beryl' which in Spanish means 'Berilo', and which means 'Precious stone of different colors'.
Chris is a short form of names like Christopher, Cristina, Christine, Christina, and others. It is used for both boys and girls. Of Greek origin and means 'to carry Christ'.
Female name of Hebrew origin that comes from the name Deborah, which means 'Bee'. Deborah was a prophetess and judge in the Old Testament.
Male name of German origin, which means 'serious' or 'persevering'. He celebrates his holy day on November 7.
Female name of Latin origin that means 'flourishing'.
Male name of Celtic origin, which means 'The one on the hill'.
Female name, of German, French origin, meaning 'light' or 'torch'. Celebrates his holy day on August 18.
Male name of Hebrew origin, with a variant in Spanish. It means 'the one with whom God will laugh' or 'The one who is born to laugh'.
Mixed name, of English origin, which means 'He who imposes joy everywhere'.
Male name of English, Scottish origin, which means 'Church'.
Female name, of Scottish origin, derived from Lesslyn, which means 'sacred garden'.
Male name, of Hebrew origin, which means 'Who is like God'. Its Spanish variant is Miguel, who celebrates his saint on September 29.
Female name, of French origin, variant of Nadia that means 'hope'. Other variants: Nadina, who celebrates her saint's day on January 17.
Male proper name, of Germanic origin, which means 'divine spear'. Celebrates his saints on February 3.
Female proper name, of Latin origin, which comes from Patricia or Patricio, and which means 'that which is noble'.
Male name, of Hebrew origin, which means 'God has healed' or 'God's medicine'. Name that celebrates his holy day on October 24.
Female proper name, of Hebrew origin, which means 'princess'.
Male proper name that comes from the name Antonio, of Greek origin, which means 'brave', and who celebrates his saint's day on January 17.
Female proper name, of American origin. Variation of the name 'Valeria' and 'Valerie', whose roots come from Latin. It means 'powerful and strong'.
Male proper name, of English origin, which means 'the protector'.
Here is the list of names used to call the hurricanes of 2017.
Celtic feminine name that means 'promise' or 'commitment'.
Male name of English origin that means 'born in Brittany'.
Female name of Greek origin that means 'the one who comes from the hill'. Variant of Cintia.
Male name of Latin origin that means 'powerful governor'.
Female name of Latin origin that means 'laborious'. Variant of Emilia.
Male name of Germanic origin that means 'free man'.
Male name of Dutch origin that means 'strong spear'. Gerard's diminutive.
Male name of Celtic origin that means 'fighter'.
Female name of Germanic origin that means 'who consecrates himself to God'.
Male name of Hebrew origin that means 'small', 'humble man'.
Female name of Russian origin that means 'that comes from the nobility'.
Male name of English origin that means 'clear as light'.
Female name of Hebrew origin that means 'the chosen one', 'the one loved by God'.
Male name of English origin that means 'God has given'.
- Ophelia or Ophelia
Female name of Greek origin that means 'help', 'help'.
Male name of French origin that means 'love of horses'.
Female name of Germanic origin that means 'who possesses the divine gift'.
Male name of Hebrew origin that means 'forgive'.
Female name of Aramaic origin that means 'only flower of the swamp'.
Male name of Latin origin, variant of Vicente, which means 'the one who triumphs'.
Female name of English origin, which means 'white island'.
And what were the 2016 hurricanes called? Here is the list! Perhaps one of them will inspire you to call your little one who is about to be born.
Name of Greek origin that means 'the one who protects men'. It is the diminutive of Alejandro or Alejandra.
Female name of English origin, which means 'pretty' or 'good'.
Male name of Scottish origin that means 'the victory of the people'.
Female name of Hebrew origin that means 'God has judged' or 'God is the judge'.
Male name of English origin that means 'noble', 'warrior' and 'prince'.
Female name of Celtic origin that means 'the one with beautiful hair'.
Male name of German origin that means 'the host'.
Name of Greek origin that means 'the one who announces'.
Male name equivalent to the name Juan, of Hebrew origin and meaning 'the one given by the Lord'.
Female name of Latin origin that means 'wavy hair', 'soft hair'.
Male name of German origin, variant of Carlos, which means 'manly', 'strong'.
Female name of Latin origin that means 'the consecrated of God'.
Male name of English origin that means 'gift of God'.
Female name of Greek origin that means 'the victory of the people'.
Male name of German origin that means 'wealth', 'fortune'.
Female name of Latin origin that means 'The little one'. Variant of Paola.
Male name of German origin that means 'one who has great strength'.
Female name of English origin that means 'loved', 'plain'.
Male name of Hebrew origin that means 'goodness of God'.
Female name of Latin origin, variant of Virginia, which means 'virgin'.
Male name of Germanic origin that means 'The one who leads an army'.
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