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10 names for boys in Chile that will be a trend in 2017


If you have not yet decided on the name for your baby, perhaps these ten proposals of the names that will be a trend in Chile in 2017, can help you. Guiainfantil.com anticipates baby name trends in all countries, for 2017.

Traditional names of biblical origin are still very influential in chili where they are still in fashion and will continue to be next year. They are short names with a beautiful sound that can help you in such a difficult choice.

1. Jose
It is one of the names that have been used more frequently in Latin America, especially in Chile, and it will continue to be used in 2017. It means 'abundance' or 'God will provide' and its origin is Hebrew. It is one of the biblical names par excellence, which despite tradition does not go out of style. Sometimes the compound José Luis is used.

2. Santiago
The origin of this name is Hebrew and its meaning has a lot to do with religion since it means 'God will reward'. It is also a very traditional name in Chile, although it is still used a lot and will undoubtedly be a trend next year.

3. Thomas
It is a name of biblical tradition. It comes from Aramaic and means 'twin'. It is a name with a beautiful sound that attracts future parents and is one of the fashionable names in Chile.

4. Juan
A man from hebreo. It means 'the faithful to God'. It has been and will continue to be one of the most used names in Chile. It is increasingly used independently as a solo name. Although we can also find it in its compound forms such as: Juan Pablo or Juan Carlos.

5. Benjamin
Its meaning is linked to the 'son of the right hand'. The origin of this name is Hebrew and has a very special connection with the Bible. The youngest of a large family was generally called Benjamin. It is a traditional name that will continue to be a trend in 2017.

6. Peter
It comes from the Latin Petrus, in Spanish it takes the form of Pedro. It means ‘stone’ and it is a widely used name, especially in Spain and Latin America.

7. Vicente
Its meaning has to do with the qualities of a man ‘victorious and conqueror’. The origin of this name is Latin and it will be one of the most used names for children born in Chile in 2017.

8. Diego
It is a Spanish name that comes from the Hebrew Jacob. Its meaning is linked to a person ‘educated and didactic’. Among the famous characters with this name we find from actors like the Mexican Diego Luna, to soccer players like the Argentine Diego Armando Maradona, singers like the Mexican Diego Boneta, or painters like the Mexican Diego Rivera or the Spanish Diego de Silva Velázquez, among others.

9. Andrew
It is a name of Greek origin that means "strong, brave and virile man." We can find it separately or in its most common compound forms in Chile: Rodrigo Andrés, Cristian Andrés or Felipe Andrés.

10. Matías
It has a beautiful meaning that alludes to the 'Gift of God'. Its origin is Hebrew and is closely linked to the Bible. It has a variation that is also widely used in Chile, which is Mateo. Both will be a trend in Chile in 2017.

Cristina González Hernando. Editor of our site

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