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Julia is a usually feminine given name. It is a Latinate feminine form of the name Julio and Julius. The given name Julia had been in use throughout Late Antiquity but became rare during the Middle Ages, and was revived only with the Italian Renaissance. It became common in the English-speaking world only in the 18th century. Today, it is frequently used throughout the world.

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Deva may refer to:

Fernando is a Spanish and Portuguese given name and a surname common in Spain, Portugal, Italy, France, Switzerland, and former Spanish or Portuguese colonies in Latin America, Africa, the Philippines, India, and Sri Lanka. It is equivalent to the Germanic given name Ferdinand, with an original meaning of "adventurous, bold journey".

Varela is a Spanish and Portuguese surname. It is of Galician origin. Notable people with the surname include:

Angelica is a female given name and a variant of Angelika.

Fernández is a Spanish patronymic surname meaning "son of Fernando" of Germanic origin. The Germanic name Ferdinand that it derives from means "brave traveler." The Portuguese version of this surname is Fernandes. The Arabized version is Ibn Faranda and it was used by the Mozarabs and Muwallads in Al-Andalus. Fernández was on the list of Officers and Sailors in the First Voyage of Columbus. The name is popular in Spanish speaking countries and former colonies. The Anglicization of this surname is Fernandez.

Clemente is both an Italian, Spanish and Portuguese surname and a given name. Notable people with the surname include:

Mariano is a masculine name from the Romance languages, corresponding to the feminine Mariana.

Leticia may refer to:

Jorge is the Spanish and Portuguese form of the given name George. While spelled alike, this name is pronounced very differently in each of the two languages: Spanish ; Portuguese.

Claudio is an Italian and Spanish first name. In Portuguese, it is accented Cláudio. In Catalan and Occitan, it is Claudi, while in Romanian it is Claudiu.

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Castro is an Iberian surname coming from Latin castrum, a castle or fortress. Its English equivalent is Chester

Adriana, also spelled Adrianna, is a Latin name and feminine form of Adrian. It originates from present day Italy and Spain.

Barreto is a surname of Portuguese origin, also found in the former Portuguese colonies of Brazil, Angola, Mozambique, Timor-Leste and Goa as well as Spain and Latin America. In 1786, the title of Conde de Casa Barreto was created by King Charles III of Spain and bestowed upon Jacinto Tomás Barreto of Havana, Cuba.

Moreno is a Spanish, Portuguese, Catalan, French, and occasionally, an Italian surname. It may refer to:

Mara can be either a surname or a first name. Mara is Irish for ocean.

Lucia is both a feminine given name and a surname. It comes from the Latin word Lux meaning 'light'. It is the feminine form of the Roman praenomen Lucius and can be alternatively spelled as Lucy. It is used in French (Lucie), Romanian, Italian, Spanish (Lucía), Portuguese (Lúcia), English, and Slavic languages.

Salvador is normally an indirect way of naming a Messiah.

Celso is a given name, a variant of Celsus. It may refer to: