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Forename سانتياغو

All around the world, سانتياغو (Santi India Mexico Brazil Spain Philippines, Santiago India Mexico Brazil Spain Philippines, Santjago Albania Greece) is a prevalent epicene forename. The first name سانتياغو is characteristic of Uruguay, where it is a common boy's name, Spain, and Equatorial Guinea (explore the name in all countries). Measured by absolute frequency, this name is the most popular in India, Mexico, and Indonesia. Likewise, سانتياغو is the last name as well as the forename.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name سانتياغو

name Séamus, name Jacb, name Ya'Acov, name Thiago, name Jaco, name Ya'Aqov, name Dídac, name Santi, name Jakez, name Jaume, name Jim, name Giacomo, name Jakúb, name Diego, name Jayme, name Didac, name Jakub, name Jacobo, name Santiago, name Santijago, name Jacó, name Iago, name Yaacov, name Jacco, name Jakov, name Jakob, name Jakubs, name Jago, name Jakow, name Jiminy, name Seamus, name Dydak, name Didacus, name James, name Jacobus, name Iacopo, name Jacopo, name Jakób, name Jaymes, name Iacobus, name Xacobe, name Jaakko, name Santjago, name Chaime, name Jämes, name Jokūbas, name Diogo, name Jacob, name Džeimss, name Tiago, name Jákob, name Jaime, name Jacques
Santiago, Santi Philippines, Spain, Brazil, India, Mexico
Santjago Albania, Greece

First name سانتياغو in the context

سانتياغو is also a name for the fictitious and mythical characters: St. James the Elder, Apostle , the one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus, Gospel of Mark; Santi Ricou Prats , character in Les de l'hoquei; Santiago Muñez , the fictional Mexican association football player, Goal!; Ritter Wulf , character in El Internado and Santiago , the fictional character in Anne Rice's The Vampire Chronicles.