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i love the twins names since i noticed the are italian, i looked up some S names in Italian for you what about sebastiano ( "worthy of veneration, respect." )or Silvio ( inhabitant of the forest), Siro ( means "dazzling, ardent),
oooh i found a few unique ones SANDRO: Short form of Italian Alessandro, meaning "defender of mankind."SANTINO: Diminutive form of Italian Santo, meaning "little saint."SANTO: Italian name derived form the Latin word santo, meaning "holy."
I grew up in an area with lots of hispanic people and I can speak Spanish pretty well and I really like these names! Most of my friends growing up were Mexican or Guatemalan, but I haven't met too many Peruvian people. I bet Peru is beautiful! Buena suerte
it took my hubby & i 2 yrs to agree to a name boy or girl for this one and i wasn't even pregnant. Some people wait till the baby is born to name them. for my first child i had no name for him until he was born, i said he looks like a nicholas and that's how he got his name!