Basque names

Abene

Abene is a Basque girl name.

Basque form of Pilar.

Name formed by the Basque word “habe” (pillar, column) and the feminine ending -ne.

 

Aimar

Aimar is a Basque boy name.

Medieval name from Navarre.

Ainere

Ainere is a Basque girl name. Meaning “swallow”.

Aingura

Aingura is a basque rowboat name. Meaning “anchor”.

Ainhoa

Ainhoa is a basque girl name.

Name of a village.

Categorized into: Place names

Aita Mari

Aita Mari is a Basque fishing boat name. Meaning “father Maria“.

Basque tuna vessel converted into a rescue boat by non-profit organizations Salvamento Marítimo and Proem-Aid.

Previous name: Stella Maris.

Aitite

The nautical world is characterized by its unique language, full of evocative terms and full of history. In this article, we will navigate the meaning of the Basque word “aitite”, exploring its suitability as a name for your boat or boat.

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Aitor

Aitor is a Basque boy name. Meaning “noble”.

It comes from the Suletin expression “aitoren semea“, which in turn derives from the phrase “aita onen semea“, which translates as “son of good parents”.

Name popularized by the historical novel “Amaya or the Basques in the 8th century”. This book was written in the mid-nineteenth century by Francisco Navarro Villoslada.

Aitzol

Aitzol is a Basque boy name. Meaning “noble”.

Pseudonym used by the Basque writer José Ariztimuño Olaso and formed by some of the first letters of his two surnames.

Aitzole

Aitzole is a Basque girl name.

Feminine form of Aitzol.