Latina celebrity baby names
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There are so many places you can look to for baby name inspiration, which is awesome because the sky's the limit. Speaking of sky? Why not look to the stars for inspiration? But instead of heavenly stars, let's focus on more terrestrial options like Latina celebrities with stellar names. 

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There are so many beautifully named Latina actresses, singers and performers, that we couldn't help but put together a list of some of our favorites. Click through this alphabetized list of baby names inspired by Latina celebrities and you're sure to find more than a few that you like. The best part is that you don't even have to be a fan of the celebrity to love their name. 

Adamari, as in Lopez. 1

Adamari, as in Lopez.

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Inspiration: Adamari Lopez, the Puerto Rican actress and television host. 

Meaning: to love. 

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Adriana, as in Lima. 2

Adriana, as in Lima.

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Inspiration: Adriana Lima, the Brazilian model. 

Meaning: the dark one. 

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Alexis, as in Bledel. 3

Alexis, as in Bledel.

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Inspiration: Alexis Bledel, the Gilmore Girls actress of Argentine descent. 

Meaning: defender of man. 

America, as in Ferrera. 4

America, as in Ferrera.

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Inspiration: America Ferrera, the Superstore and Ugly Betty actress of Honduran descent. 

Meaning: term used to describe the New World, also called the Americas. 

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Aubrey, as in Plaza. 5

Aubrey, as in Plaza.

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Inspiration: Aubrey Plaza, the Parks and Recreation actress of Puerto Rican descent. 

Meaning: rules with elf-wisdom. 

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Bella, as in Thorne. 6

Bella, as in Thorne.

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Inspiration: Bella Thorne, Blended actress of Cuban descent. 

Meaning: beautiful, devoted to God, intelligent, loving, graceful.

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Camila, as in Cabello. 7

Camila, as in Cabello.

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Inspiration: Camila Cabello, the Cuban-American singer songwriter. 

Meaning: free-born; noble. 

Christina, as in Aguilera. 8

Christina, as in Aguilera.

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Inspiration: Christina Aguilera, the "Beautiful" chanteuse of Ecuadorian descent. 

Meaning: Follower of Christ. 

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Constance, as in Marie. 9

Constance, as in Marie.

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Inspiration: Constance Marie, the Mexican-American actress who starred on George Lopez

Meaning: firm of purpose, constancy. 

Daisy, as in Fuentes. 10

Daisy, as in Fuentes.

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Inspiration: Daisy Fuentes, Cuban television host, actress and model. 

Meaning: The day's eye. 

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Dascha, as in Polanco. 11

Dascha, as in Polanco.

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Inspiration: Dascha Polanco, the Orange is the New Black Dominican actress. 

Meaning: to posess goodness. 

Demi, as in Lovato. 12

Demi, as in Lovato.

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Inspiration: Demi Lovato, the singer, songwriter and actress of Mexican descent. 

Meaning: Abbreviation of Demetria, the mythological goddess of corn and harvest. 

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Diane, as in Guerrero. 13

Diane, as in Guerrero.

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Inspiration: Diane Guerrero, the Colombian-American Orange is the New Black actress. 

Meaning: French form of Diana, meaning luminous, perfect. 

Eiza, as in Gonzalez. 14

Eiza, as in Gonzalez.

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Inspiration: Eiza Gonzalez, the Mexican actress and singer. 

Meaning: unpredictable, without precedent; wild. 

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Eva, as in Mendes or Longoria. 15

Eva, as in Mendes or Longoria.

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Inspiration: Eva Mendes, the Cuban-American actress or Eva Longoria, the Mexican-American actress. 

Meaning: life, living one.

Genesis, as in Rodriguez. 16

Genesis, as in Rodriguez.

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Inspiration: Genesis Rodriguez, the Venezuelan-American actress and daughter of singer José Luis Rodriguez of El Puma. 

Meaning: beginning. 

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Gina, as in Rodriguez. 17

Gina, as in Rodriguez.

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Inspiration: Gina Rodriguez, the Puerto Rican Jane the Virgin actress. 

Meaning: well born. 

Gisele, as in Bündchen. 18

Gisele, as in Bündchen.

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Inspiration: Gisele Bündchen, the Brazilian model. 

Meaning: oath. 

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Isabella, as in Gomez 19

Isabella, as in Gomez

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Inspiration: Isabella Gomez, the Colombian One Day at a Time actress.

Meaning: Devoted to God. 

Jennifer, as in Lopez. 20

Jennifer, as in Lopez.

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Inspiration: Jennifer Lopez, the Puerto Rican singer, dancer and actress. 

Meaning: fair one. 

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Jessica, as in Alba. 21

Jessica, as in Alba.

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Inspiration: Jessica Alba, the Sin City actress and business mogul of Mexican descent. 

Meaning: rich; God beholds. 

Kate, as in del Castillo. 22

Kate, as in del Castillo.

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Inspiration: The Mexican actress who stars in Netflix's Ingobernable, Kate del Castillo. 

Meaning: pure. 

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Lynda, as in Carter. 23

Lynda, as in Carter.

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Inspiration: Lynda Carter, the original Wonder Woman actress of Mexican and Spanish descent. 

Meaning: snake; lime tree; linden tree. 

Mariah, as in Carey. 24

Mariah, as in Carey.

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Inspiration: Mariah Carey, the singer of Venezuelan descent. 

Meaning: bitter. 

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Michelle, as in Rodriguez. 25

Michelle, as in Rodriguez.

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Inspiration: Michelle Rodriguez, the Fast and the Furious actress of Dominican and Puerto Rican descent. 

Meaning: Who is like God.

Morena, as in Baccarin. 26

Morena, as in Baccarin.

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Inspiration: Morena Baccarin, the Brazilian Homeland actress. 

Meaning: brown, brown-haired. 

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Naya, as in Rivera. 27

Naya, as in Rivera.

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Inspiration: Naya Rivera, the Puerto Rican actress and singer. 

Meaning: new. 

Odette, as in Annable. 28

Odette, as in Annable.

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Inspiration: Odette Annable, the actress of Cuban descent and voice of Señorita Marisol on Elena of Avalor.

Meaning: wealthy.

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Paz, as in Vega. 29

Paz, as in Vega.

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Inspiration: Paz Vega, the Spanish Spanglish actress. 

Meaning: peace. 

Penelope, as in Cruz. 30

Penelope, as in Cruz.

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Inspiration: Penelope Cruz, the Spanish Vicky Cristina Barcelona actress. 

Meaning: white shoulder. 

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Raquel, as in Welch. 31

Raquel, as in Welch.

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Inspiration: Raquel Welch, the iconic One Million Years B.C. actress of Bolivian descent. 

Meaning: innocent. 

Rita, as in Moreno. 32

Rita, as in Moreno.

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Inspiration: Rita Moreno, the Puerto Rican West Side Story singer, dancer, actress and national treasure. 

Meaning: pearl.

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Rosario, as in Dawson. 33

Rosario, as in Dawson.

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Inspiration: Rosario Dawson, the Cesar Chavez actress of Puerto Rican and Cuban descent. 

Meaning: rosary.

Roselyn, as in Sanchez. 34

Roselyn, as in Sanchez.

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Inspiration: Roselyn Sanchez, the Puerto Rican Devious Maids actress. 

Meaning: red haired. 

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Salma, as in Hayek. 35

Salma, as in Hayek.

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Inspiration: Salma Hayek, the Mexican actress and producer of Frida.

Meaning: peace, perfection. 

Sara, as in Ramirez. 36

Sara, as in Ramirez.

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Inspiration: Sara Ramirez, the Grey's Anatomy Mexican-American actress born in Mazatlán, Mexico. 

Meaning: princess. 

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Selena, as in Gomez or Quintanilla. 37

Selena, as in Gomez or Quintanilla.

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Inspiration: Selena Gomez, the actress and singer or the Tejana superstar that she was named after, Selena Quintanilla. 

Meaning: moon goddess. 

Sofía, as in Vergara. 38

Sofía, as in Vergara.

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Inspiration: Sofía Vergara, the Colombian Modern Family actress. 

Meaning: wise. 

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Thalía, as in no last name necessary. 39

Thalía, as in no last name necessary.

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Inspiration: The Mexican actress and singer Ariadna Thalía Sodi Miranda, but everyone just calls her Thalía. 

Meaning: to blossom. 

Zoe, as in Saldana. 40

Zoe, as in Saldana.

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Inspiration: Zoe Saldana, the Guardians of the Galaxy actress of Puerto Rican and Dominican descent. 

Meaning: life; alive.