Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Alonso"

People with the first name "Alonso"

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Information about "Alonso"

For this Alonso there are 3400 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Alonso are: Sarmiento, Araneda, Arestizabal

In the ranking of the most common first names Alonso is on position 1915.

During the last seven days Alonso was searched for 17 times.

Meaning of "Alonso"

Male first name (Italian, Spanish): Alonso, Gothic (two-part name); hadu = of the struggle, the battle (Old High German); funs = ready, willing (Old High German); adal = noble, noble, nobility, of noble family (Old High German ); originally Visigothic name, came to Spain to Germany, altered phonetically by crossing with 'Hildefonso' and based on 'adal'

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