Globally, Santiago (Santiago , Сантиаго , סנטיאגו , along with others...) is a widespread masculine forename. The forename Santiago is characteristic of Uruguay, where it is a common male name, Spain, and Equatorial Guinea (explore the name in all countries). Not in comparison with a country's population, it is commonest in Mexico, Spain, and Argentina. Also, Santiago is the last name as well as the forename.
Santiago is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Santiago||Brazil, Mexico, United States, Spain, Philippines|
Chaime, Didac, Didacus, Diego, Diogo, Dydak, Dídac, Džeimss, Fritaa, Giacomo, Iacobus, Iacopo, Iago, Jaakko, Jacb, Jacco, Jaco, Jacob, Jacobo, Jacobs, Jacobus, Jacopo, Jacques, Jacó, Jago, Jaime, Jakez, Jakob, Jakov, Jakow, Jakub, Jakubs, Jakób, Jakúb, James, Jaume, Jayme, Jaymes, Jim, Jiminy, Jokūbas, Jákob, Jämes, Merdaa, San Diego, Santi, Santiage, Santiagu, Santiagò, Santiagó,
Santiago 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; Santiago Muñez , the fictional Mexican association football player, Goal!; Santiago , the fictional character in Anne Rice's The Vampire Chronicles and Ritter Wulf , character in El Internado.
|santiago de azoca Chilean military personnel, CL (b. 1514)|
|santiago morán Spanish painter (c.1571-1626), ES (b. 1571)|
|santiago de vera Captain General of the Philippines, ES (b. 1600)|
|santiago morán cisneros Spanish baroque painter, ES (b. 1610)|
|santiago de larraín y vicuña ES (b. 1666)|
|santiago de laysequilla y palacio Spanish politician, ES (b. 1630)|
|santiago raón (b. 1635)|
|santiago pinaque Roman Catholic bishop (b. 1670)|
|santiago de murcia Spanish guitarist and composer (1673-1739), ES (b. 1673)|
|santiago fernández y melgar ES (b. 1718)|
|santiago bonavía Italian painter and architect, ES (b. 1695)|
|santiago milla Guatemalan politician, GT (b. 1701)|
|santiago de aguirre MX (b. 1700)|
|santiago zubelzu zalbide 1715-07-25, ES (b. 1715)|
|santiago hernández Roman Catholic bishop (b. 1723)|