MAYAN boy Names

Hello Parents, Welcome to our page, we will suggest you attractive MAYAN boy names. From classic choices to modern trends, we have covered different manes with meaning. Selecting a name for your prince is a big decision. Our website has well-versed list of MAYAN boy names, along with their origin, meanings and namesakes.

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Here is the List of MAYAN Boy names

Ah Kin Sun Mayan not found
Akbal Night Mayan not found
Akimil Worker Mayan not found
Akna Mother goddess Mayan not found
Akul Fire Mayan not found
Ak'abo Earth Mayan not found
Ak'bal Night Mayan not found
Ak'chamel Dawn Mayan not found
Ak'ech Brother Mayan not found
Ak'kul Fire Mayan not found
Ak'mal Leader Mayan not found
Ak'ot Strength Mayan not found
Ak'tun Cave Mayan not found
Ak'ul Heart Mayan not found
Ak'winik Soldier Mayan not found
Ak'wutz Strength Mayan not found
Alok Spirit Mayan not found
Apolinario Variation of Apollonius, meaning "gift of Apollo" Mayan-Spanish Apolinario Chile Pixtun, a Guatemalan linguist and writer
Balam Jaguar Mayan not found
Balche A type of tree used to make a ceremonial drink Mayan not found
Bejucal A thicket or dense growth of trees and shrubs Mayan not found
Bolon Nine Mayan not found
Bolonch'en Nine stars Mayan not found
Bolontiku Nine gods Mayan not found
B'alam Jaguar Mayan not found
Cacique Chief, leader Taíno not found
Cahya Light Mayan not found
Calix Very handsome Greek/Mayan Calixto, a bishop and martyr from Rome
Canek Snake Mayan Jacobo Álvarez Gómez, a Mexican politician and writer
Cenote Natural sinkhole or pit filled with water Mayan not found
Cetz Deer Mayan not found
Chan Sky Mayan Chan Santa Cruz, a Mayan community in Mexico
Chay Shadow Mayan not found
Chi Daughter Mayan not found
Chichen At the well Mayan Chichen Itza, a Mayan archeological site in Mexico
Chilam Chieftain Mayan not found
Chilán Mediator, intermediary Mayan not found
Chimal Shield Nahuatl/Mayan not found
Chiripa Luck Mayan not found
Ch'ooj Rabbit Mayan not found
Chuc Dragon Mayan not found
Chumayel Book of Chumayel Mayan not found
Chup Wasp Mayan not found
Cituk Rabbit Mayan not found
Citzen Moon Mayan not found
Coban Place of the clouds Mayan not found
Cozumel Island off the eastern coast of Mexico Mayan Cozumel Island, a popular tourist destination in Mexico
Cruz Cross Spanish Santa Cruz, a town in Guatemala
Danta Peccary Mayan not found
Dzib Writing Mayan not found
Dzit Blood Mayan not found
Ehecatl Wind Nahuatl Ehecatl-Quetzalcoatl, the Aztec god of wind
Ek Star Mayan Ek' Balam, a Mayan archeological site in Mexico
Ekchuah God of war Mayan not found
Ek'kabal Blackness Mayan not found
Ek'nal Goddess of childbirth and pregnancy Mayan not found
Ek'u Blackness Mayan not found
Ekix Darkness Mayan not found
Eknaht White rock Mayan not found
Eladio Greek/Mayan Spanish Eladio Carrión, a Puerto Rican rapper and singer
Elijio God is my Lord Hebrew/Mayan Elijio Panti, a Mayan shaman and activist from Belize
E'nek Black jaguar Mayan not found
Euán Tree bark Mayan not found
Ezequiel God strengthens Hebrew/Mayan Ezequiel Guzmán, a Mexican political activist
Felipe Lover of horses Spanish Felipe Carrillo Puerto, a Mexican revolutionary and politician
Fernando Adventurer Spanish Fernando de Alva Cortés Ixtlilxóchitl, a Mexica nobleman and historian
Francisco Free Spanish Francisco de Montejo, a Spanish conquistador and founder of Merida
Gabriel God is my strength Hebrew/Mayan Gabriel García Márquez, a Colombian author and Nobel Prize winner
Genaro Of noble birth Italian/Mayan Genaro Estrada, a Mexican politician and diplomat
Gerardo Spear ruler German/Mayan Gerardo Murillo, a Mexican painter and writer
Gervasio Spearman Latin/Mayan Gervasio Antonio de Posadas, a former president of Argentina
Gilberto Bright pledge German/Mayan Gilberto Owen, a Mexican poet and diplomat
Gregorio Watchful Greek/Mayan Gregorio Torres Quintero, a Mexican playwright and screenwriter
Guadalupe Valley of the Wolf River Spanish/Nahuatl Our Lady of Guadalupe, a Catholic title of the Virgin Mary
Gumersindo Combatant German/Mayan Gumersindo de Azcárate, a Spanish politician and lawyer
Heriberto Bright army German/Mayan Heriberto Jara Corona, a Mexican politician and revolutionary
Hilario Cheerful Latin/Mayan Hilario López Millán, a Mexican actor and comedian
Homero Hostage Greek/Mayan Homero Aridjis, a Mexican poet and environmental activist
Humberto Bright supporter German/Mayan Humberto Zurita, a Mexican actor and director
Ibrahim Father of many Arabic/Mayan Ibrahim Rojas, a Mexican journalist and writer
Ignacio Fiery Spanish Ignacio Allende, a Mexican revolutionary and military leader
Ilario Cheerful Latin/Mayan Ilario Pantano, a former US Marine and politician
Isidro Gift of Isis Greek/Mayan Isidro Fabela, a Mexican diplomat and writer
Iván God is gracious Russian/Mayan Ivan Pavlov, a Russian physiologist and Nobel Prize winner
Jacinto Hyacinth Greek/Mayan Jacinto Convit, a Venezuelan physician and scientist
Jaime Supplanter Spanish Jaime Sabines, a Mexican poet and writer
Jairo God will illuminate Hebrew/Mayan Jairo Martínez, a Colombian cyclist
Javier New house Basque/Mayan Javier Solana, a Spanish physicist and politician
Jerónimo Sacred name Greek/Mayan Jerónimo de Aguilar, a Spanish conquistador and interpreter
Jesús God saves Spanish Jesús Reyes Heroles, a Mexican politician and academic
Joel Yahweh is God Hebrew/Mayan Joel González, a Spanish taekwondo athlete
Jonás Dove Hebrew/Mayan Jonás Gutiérrez, an Argentine footballer
Jorge Farmer Greek/Mayan Jorge Luis Borges, an Argentine author and poet
José God will increase Spanish José Martí, a Cuban poet and journalist
Josué God is salvation Hebrew/Mayan Josué de Castro, a Brazilian writer and activist
Juan God is gracious Spanish Juan Rulfo, a Mexican author and photographer
Julian Youthful Latin/Mayan Julian Marley, a Jamaican musician and son of Bob Marley
Julio Youthful Latin/Mayan Julio Cortázar, an Argentine author and translator
Justino Just Latin/Mayan Justino Fernández, a Mexican art historian and critic
Karim Generous Arabic/Mayan Karim Benzema, a French footballer
Kevin Handsome Irish/Mayan Kevin Johansen, an Argentine-American musician and songwriter
Leonardo Bold lion Italian/Mayan Leonardo da Vinci, an Italian polymath and artist
Leopoldo Brave people German/Mayan Leopoldo Marechal, an Argentine writer and poet
Lucas From Lucania Greek/Mayan Lucas Alamán, a Mexican historian and politician
Luis Famous warrior Spanish Luis Miguel, a Mexican singer and actor
Manuel God is with us Spanish Manuel Belgrano, an Argentine lawyer and military leader
Marcos Warlike Greek/Mayan Marcos Baghdatis, a Cypriot former tennis player
Mario Warlike Italian/Mayan Mario Vargas Llosa, a Peruvian writer and Nobel Prize winner
Martín Of Mars Latin/Mayan Martín Chambi, a Peruvian photographer and indigenous activist
Mateo Gift of God Hebrew/Mayan Mateo Flores, a Guatemalan long-distance runner
Mauricio Dark-skinned Latin/Mayan Mauricio Macri, an Argentine businessman and politician
Maximiliano Greatest Latin/Mayan Maximiliano Hernández Martínez, a Salvadoran military officer and dictator
Miguel Who is like God Hebrew/Mayan Miguel Hidalgo, a Mexican Catholic priest and revolutionary leader
Moisés Drawn out Hebrew/Mayan Moisés Naim, a Venezuelan journalist and author
Nicolás Victory of the people Greek/Mayan Nicolás Maduro, a Venezuelan politician and former president
Néstor Homecoming Greek/Mayan Néstor Kirchner, an Argentine politician and former president
Octavio Eighth Latin/Mayan Octavio Paz, a Mexican poet and Nobel Prize winner
Omar Long-lived Arabic/Mayan Omar Torrijos, a Panamanian military officer and leader
Orlando Famous land Spanish/Mayan Orlando Bloom, an English actor
Oscar Divine spear Irish/Mayan Oscar Romero, a Salvadoran Roman Catholic bishop and martyr
Oswaldo God's power Old English/Mayan Oswaldo Guayasamín, an Ecuadorian painter and sculptor
Pablo Small Latin/Mayan Pablo Neruda, a Chilean poet and Nobel Prize winner
Pascual Easter Latin/Mayan Pascual Jordan, a German physicist and mathematician
Patricio Nobleman Latin/Mayan Patricio Aylwin, a Chilean lawyer and politician
Paulino Small Paul Latin/Mayan Paulino Rivero, a Spanish politician and former president
Pedro Stone Spanish Pedro Almodóvar, a Spanish filmmaker and screenwriter
Porfirio Purple Greek/Mayan Porfirio Díaz, a Mexican general and former president

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