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Yesaidu, Gualdisnia, Maicol – Unique South American Names Explained!

While the inspiration behind many of Venezuela’s unusual baby names (Nixon, Hochiminh, Yenifer) is pretty clear, some names (Yusneidi, Udemixon) continued to baffle me.

This is why I was so happy to stumble upon an article by native Peruvian Alessia Leathers, who says that unique baby names also pop up in her country. Here are her explanations for some of them:

Name Origin
you and this
you are crazy
yes I do
yes you are
US Navy
my lady
made in USA
The Lion King
Britney + Shakira
Walt Disney

I think it’s fascinating that Spanish-speaking parents in South America have invented baby names based on English-language phrases.

Odd names can be found in Central American countries as well, according to NYT reporter Simon Romero:

Honduras has first names like Ronald Reagan, Transfiguración and Compañía Holandesa (Dutch Company), according to the newspaper El Heraldo. In Panama, local news media this year reported name-change efforts by an Esthewoldo, a Kairovan and a Max Donald.

I have to admit, “Max Donald” cracks me up. :)

Baby Names in Venezuela – Hitler, Darwin, Elvis

Many Venezuelan parents aren’t afraid to take chances with their children’s names, according to a recent NYT article. Baby names in Venezuela have been inspired by politics (Lenin, Mao & Nixon), places (Taj-Mahal & Iroshima), and pure imagination (Yusneidi & Owinch).

Names like these started becoming popular several decades ago, right around the time of Venezuela’s oil boom. The attraction to odd names might be related to class, the author implied. He noted that many government officials now serving under president Hugo Chávez have “colorful” names.

Source: Romero, Simon. “Venezuelan Parents Love a Famous Name.” New York Times 7 Jan. 2007.