It's a classic name that will never go out of style and comes easily off the tongue in both English and Spanish.
I particularly like the way this name sounds when pronounced in Spanish, but if someone were to say it with an English pronunciation it sounds great too.
This name is awesome because it really does sound exactly the same in English and Spanish.
What a gorgeous name, no?
This is a good and familiar name, which somehow isn't all that common.
I just couldn't stay away from this name. It works in both languages so well!
This name is wonderful. It's a great name for a girl with a bilingual family. Think about it ... Olivia, no llores...Olivia, don't cry... See, it works! Plus I might be a big fan of Olivia Pope.
I know a little girl named Paloma and saying her name is like uttering a mini-poem every time.
I LOVE this name, it's got some substance to it in both languages.
Totally not based on anything other than my opinion, but don't you think a baby named Aldo could grow up to be an international business person?
Carlos is one of those names that I always love. It's classic without being tiresome.
This name I can't actually decide on whether I like it better pronounced in English or Spanish because it sounds wonderful in both.
This is a great name for a boy and sounds pretty much identical in both languages.
Total disclosure: I love this name for various reasons including that it is my brother's name and that I live in San Francisco.
Oh my gosh, I am adoring all of these bilingual boys' names. Mateo is a winner!
This is what my mom was going to name me if I was a boy, but I'm not. Still a good name though.
This is my cousin's name and I will admit that the sound of the "g" changes quite a bit from Spanish to English, but fortunately it sounds great either way.