Spanish Surnames

Spanish names are used in Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries (such as those in South America). See also about Spanish names.
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ABARCASpanish
From the name of a type of leather-soled shoe or sandal made on the Balearic Islands. It originally indicated a person who made or sold this item.
ABAROABasque
Possibly from Basque abaro meaning "refuge".
ABASCALSpanish
Means "priest's street" from Basque abas "priest" and kale "street".
ABASOLOBasque
Means "priest's meadow" from Basque abas "priest" and solo "meadow".
ABEL (1)English, French, Danish, Spanish
Derived from the given name ABEL.
ABELLÓCatalan
From the Latin given name Abellio, which may have been derived from the name of a Pyrenean god.
ABRAHAMJewish, English, German, French, Spanish, Dutch
Derived from the given name ABRAHAM.
ABREUPortuguese, Galician
Meaning uncertain, possibly from a given name which was of Germanic origin.
ACOSTASpanish
Spanish form of DA COSTA (from a misdivision of the surname).
AGRAMUNTCatalan
Originally denoted a person from the town of Agramunt, Spain. It means "field hill" in Catalan.
AGUASpanish
Means "water" in Spanish, indicating a person who lived near water or worked with water.
AGUADOSpanish
Derived from Spanish agua "water", indicating a person who lived near water or worked with water.
AIZASpanish, Basque
From Basque aitz meaning "rock, stone".
ALAMILLASpanish
From Spanish alamillo meaning "poplar, aspen".
ALBERTEnglish, French, Catalan, Hungarian, Romanian, German
Derived from the given name ALBERT.
ALDANABasque
From the name of a Basque town, derived from aldats meaning "slope".
ALFAROSpanish
Originally denoted someone who was from the city of Alfaro in La Rioja, Spain. It is possibly derived from Arabic meaning "the watchtower".
ALONSOSpanish
From the given name ALONSO.
ALVARADOSpanish
From a Spanish place name, possibly derived from Spanish alba "white".
ÁLVAREZSpanish
Means "son of ÁLVARO".
AMADORSpanish
Derived from the given name AMADOR.
ANDRÉSSpanish
Derived from the given name ANDRÉS.
ANDREUCatalan
From the given name ANDREU.
ANTÚNEZSpanish
Means "son of ANTONIO".
AQUINOItalian, Spanish
From the name of an Italian town near Rome, derived from Latin aqua meaning "water", the home town of the 13th-century saint Thomas Aquinas. In Italy the surname is derived directly from the town's name. As a Spanish-language surname, it was sometimes bestowed by missionaries in honour of the saint as they evangelized in Spanish colonies.
ARAUJOSpanish
Spanish form of ARAÚJO.
ARAYASpanish
Denoted a person from Araia in the Basque Country, Spain. It is of uncertain meaning.
ARCESpanish
Means "maple tree" in Spanish.
ARECHAVALETASpanish
Originally indicated a person from the town of Aretxabaleta in Spain. It means "oak trees" in Basque.
ARENASSpanish
From various Spanish place names, which are derived from Spanish arena meaning "sand".
ARITZASpanish, Basque
From Basque aritz meaning "oak tree". This was a nickname of Iñigo, the first king of Pamplona, Spain (9th century).
ARMANDOItalian, Portuguese, Spanish
Derived from the given name ARMANDO.
ARREOLASpanish
Variant of ARRIOLA, found predominantly in Mexico.
ARRIOLASpanish, Basque
From Basque place names, themselves derived from Basque arri "stone" and -ola "place of, house".
ASÍSSpanish
Originally denoted a person from the Italian city of Assisi (called Asís in Spanish).
ASTURIASSpanish
From the name of a region in Spain, formerly a medieval kingdom. It is possibly derived from Basque asta "rock" and ur "water".
AZAROLABasque
Possibly from Basque azeri meaning "fox".
BANDERASSpanish
Spanish cognate of BANNER.
BARROSPortuguese, Spanish
From the Portuguese and Spanish word barro meaning "clay, mud". This could either be an occupational name for a person who worked with clay or mud such as a builder or artisan, or a topographic name for someone living near clay or mud.
BASURTOSpanish
From the Basque place name Basurtu, a village (now part of Bilbao) in Biscay. It means "middle of the forest".
BAUTISTASpanish
Derived from the given name BAUTISTA.
BELLOSpanish, Italian
Means "beautiful" in Spanish and Italian, originally a nickname for an attractive person.
BELMONTESpanish, Italian
From various place names in Italy and Spain meaning "beautiful mountain".
BENGOETXEABasque
Means "the house furthest down" from Basque bengo "furthest down" and etxe "house".
BENÍTEZSpanish
Means "son of BENITO".
BERMÚDEZSpanish
Means "son of BERMUDO".
BERNATCatalan
Derived from the given name BERNAT.
BLANCOSpanish
Means "white" in Spanish. The name most likely referred to a person who was pale or had blond hair.
BLANXARTCatalan
Catalan form of BLANCHARD.
BOLÍVARSpanish
From Bolibar, the name of a small Basque village, derived from Basque bolu "mill" and ibar "meadow". This name was borne by the revolutionary Simón Bolívar (1783-1830).
BOSCH (2)Catalan
Catalan cognate of BOSCO.
BOSQUESpanish
Spanish form of BOSCO.
BOTELLOGalician
Occupational name for a maker of bottles, from Galician bottela meaning "bottle".
BOVERCatalan
Catalan cognate of BOVE.
BUSTILLOSpanish
From the name of Spanish towns, diminutive forms of BUSTO.
BUSTOSpanish, Italian
From the name of towns in Spain and Italy, derived from Late Latin bustum meaning "ox pasture".
BUSTOSSpanish
Variant of BUSTO.
CABELLOSpanish
Means "hair" in Spanish, used as a nickname for a person with a large amount of hair.
CABRERASpanish
From various place names derived from Late Latin capraria meaning "place of goats", from Latin capra meaning "goat".
CAMPANAItalian, Spanish
Occupational name from Late Latin campana meaning "bell", ultimately derived from the Italian region of Campania, where bells were produced.
CAMPOSpanish, Italian
Means "field" in Spanish and Italian.
CAMPOSPortuguese, Spanish
Portuguese and Spanish variant of CAMPO.
CANTÚSpanish (Mexican)
Variant of CANTÙ, common in Mexico.
CARDONACatalan
From the name of a town in Catalonia, of uncertain meaning.
CARDOSOPortuguese, Spanish
From a place name meaning "thorny" in Portuguese and Spanish, ultimately from Latin carduus.
CAROSpanish, Italian
From Spanish and Italian caro meaning "beloved".
CASALSpanish
From the Spanish word casal meaning "house", ultimately from Late Late casalis and Latin casa.
CASTELLCatalan
Catalan cognate of CASTLE.
CASTILLASpanish
Originally indicated a person from Castile, a region (and medieval kingdom) in Spain. The name of the region is derived from Late Latin castellum meaning "castle".
CASTILLOSpanish
Spanish cognate of CASTLE.
CASTROSpanish, Portuguese
Means "castle" in Spanish and Portuguese, and referred to one who lived near a castle.
CATALÁNSpanish
Originally indicated a person who came from Catalonia, a region of eastern Spain.
CHAVESPortuguese, Spanish
From the name of a Portuguese city, derived from the Roman name FLAVIUS (being named for the emperor Vespasian, whose family name was Flavius).
CHÁVEZSpanish
Variant of CHAVES. A famous bearer was the labour leader César Chávez (1927-1993).
COELLOGalician
Galician cognate of COELHO.
COLÓNSpanish
Spanish form of COLOMBO.
COSTAPortuguese, Italian, Catalan
Means "riverbank, slope, coast" in Portuguese, Italan and Catalan, ultimately from Latin meaning "side, edge".
CRESPOSpanish, Portuguese, Italian
Referred to a person with curly hair, from Latin crispus meaning "curly".
CRUZSpanish, Portuguese
Spanish and Portuguese cognate of CROSS.
CUÉLLARSpanish
Derived from the name of the town of Cuéllar in the Segovia province of Spain. It may be derived from Latin collis meaning "hill".
CUESTASpanish
Spanish form of COSTA.
CUEVASSpanish
Derived from Spanish cueva meaning "cave".
DALÍSpanish
From a given name, itself a diminutive of names beginning with the Germanic element adal meaning "noble". This was the surname of the Spanish surrealist painter Salvador Dalí (1904-1989).
DE LA CRUZSpanish
Spanish cognate of DELACROIX.
DE LA FUENTESpanish
Means "of the fountain" in Spanish.
DEL BOSQUESpanish
Means "of the forest" in Spanish.
DE LEÓNSpanish
Referred to someone from the Leon region of Spain.
DELGADOSpanish, Portuguese
Means "thin" in Spanish and Portuguese, ultimately from Latin delicatus meaning "delicate, tender, charming".
DÍAZSpanish
Means "son of DIEGO" in Spanish.
DOMÍNGUEZSpanish
Means "son of DOMINGO".
DUARTEPortuguese, Spanish
From the given name DUARTE.
ECHEVERRÍASpanish
Derived from the Basque place name Etxeberria, which itself is derived from Basque etxe "house" and berri "new".
ELIZONDOSpanish
Originally referred to a person who lived close to a church, from Basque eleiza "church" and ondo "near".
ESCAMILLASpanish
Derived from the name of the town of Escamilla in Gualadajara, Spain.
ESCÁRCEGASpanish
Derived from the Basque place name Eskarzaga, which itself is derived from Basque hazkar "maple".
ESCARRÀSpanish
Possibly from Catalan esquerrá meaning "left-handed".
ESPARZASpanish
Derived from the Basque place name Espartza, a town in the province of Navarre.
ESPINASpanish
Means "thorn" in Spanish, a name for someone who lived near a thorn bush.
ESPINOSASpanish
From Spanish espinoso meaning "thorny", ultimately from Latin spinosus, a derivative of spina meaning "thorn, spine".
ESTÉVEZSpanish
Means "son of ESTEBAN".
ESTRADASpanish
Spanish form of STREET.
FÉLIXFrench, Spanish, Portuguese
From the given name FELIX.
FERREIRAPortuguese, Galician
Denoted one from a town named because it was near an iron mine, from Latin ferrum meaning "iron".
FERREIROGalician
Galician cognate of FERRARI.
FERRERCatalan
Catalan cognate of FERRARI.
FLORESSpanish
Means "son of FLORO" in Spanish.
FONSECASpanish, Portuguese
Originally belonged to a person who lived near a dry spring, from Latin fons "well, spring" and siccus "dry".
FONTANAItalian, Spanish
Italian and Spanish cognate of FONTAINE.
FUENTESSpanish
Means "a spring, a well" in Spanish, derived from Latin fons.
GALLEGOSpanish
Originally indicated a person from Galicia, a region in northwestern Spain.
GALLOItalian, Spanish
Means "rooster", ultimately from Latin gallus. This was a nickname for a proud person.
GARCÍASpanish
From a medieval given name of unknown meaning, possibly related to the Basque word hartz meaning "bear".
GARRASTAZUBasque
From the Basque word arratz "bush" combined with the suffix sta denoting a place.
GARZASpanish
Derived from Spanish garza meaning "heron".
GASPARPortuguese, Spanish
Derived from the given name GASPAR.
GEBARABasque
Habitational name for someone who lived in Gebara, a village in the province of Álava in Spain.
GÓMEZSpanish
Spanish form of GOMES.
GONZÁLEZSpanish
Means "son of GONZALO" in Spanish.
GRECCatalan
Catalan cognate of GRECO.
GUADARRAMASpanish
Derived from the name of the town of Guadarrama near Madrid.
GUERRAItalian, Spanish, Portuguese
From a nickname meaning "war", given to a belligerent person or one engaged in warfare.
GUERREROSpanish
Means "warrior" in Spanish, an occupational name for a soldier. It is derived from Late Latin werra "war", of Germanic origin.
GUZMÁNSpanish
From the name of the town of Guzmán in Burgos, Spain.
HERNÁNDEZSpanish
Means "son of HERNANDO" in Spanish.
HERRERASpanish
Spanish form of FERREIRA.
HERREROSpanish
Spanish cognate of FERRARI.
HIERROSpanish
Spanish form of FERRO.
HOLGUÍNSpanish
Possibly from Spanish holgar "to rest, to enjoy oneself".
HUERTASpanish
Means "garden, orchard" in Spanish, ultimately from Latin hortus.
IBÁÑEZSpanish
Means "son of IBÁN".
IBARRABasque, Spanish
From Basque place names derived from ibar meaning "meadow".
IGLESIASSpanish
From Spanish iglesia meaning "church", from Latin ecclesia (of Greek origin).
IÑÍGUEZSpanish
Means "son of ÍÑIGO" in Spanish.
ITURBURUABasque
Means "by the fountain" in Basque, from iturri "fountain, spring".
JASOBasque
Derived from Basque jats "sorghum". Sorghum is a type of cereal grass.
JIMÉNEZSpanish
Means "son of JIMENO".
JORDÀCatalan
Derived from the given name JORDÀ.
JUÁREZSpanish
Means "son of SUERO".
LOBOSpanish, Portuguese
Originally a nickname meaning "wolf" in Spanish and Portuguese.
LOPEZSpanish
Means "son of LOPE" in Spanish.
LOSASpanish
From Spanish losa meaning "tile, slab".
LOYOLASpanish, Basque
From Basque loya meaning "mud". This was the surname of Saint Ignatius of Loyola (1491-1556), the founder of Jesuits.
LUCASEnglish, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Dutch
Derived from the given name LUCAS. A famous bearer of this surname is George Lucas (1944-), the creator of the 'Star Wars' movies.
MACHADOPortuguese, Spanish
Derived from Spanish and Portuguese machado "hatchet" and denoted a person who made or used hatchets.
MACÍASSpanish
Derived from the given name MATEO.
MARADONASpanish
Locative name coming from the name of a place near Lugo in northern Spain. A notable bearer is former Argentinian soccer star Diego Maradona (1960-).
MARÍASpanish
From the given the name MARÍA.
MARINOItalian, Spanish
Derived from the given name MARINO.
MÁRQUEZSpanish
Means "son of MARCOS".
MARTÍCatalan
Derived from the given name MARTÍ.
MARTÍNEZSpanish
Means "son of MARTÍN" in Spanish.
MAS (1)Catalan
Means "farm" in Catalan.
MATASpanish, Portuguese, Catalan
From the Old Spanish mata meaning "plantation of trees".
MATEUCatalan
Derived from the given name MATEU.
MEDINASpanish
From the name of a Spanish city, whose name is derived from the Arabic word for "city".
MENDOZASpanish, Basque
From a Basque place name derived from mendi "mountain" and (h)otz "cold".
MENÉNDEZSpanish
Means "son of Menendo" in Spanish. Menendo is derived from HERMENEGILDO.
MERLOItalian, Spanish
Means "blackbird", ultimately from Latin merula. The blackbird is a symbol of a naive person.
MICHEL (1)French, German, Dutch, Basque, Polish
Derived from the given name MICHEL, MITXEL or MICHAŁ.
MINGOSpanish
From the given name DOMINGO.
MOLESCatalan, Spanish
Means "millstone" in Catalan.
MOLINASpanish
Means "mill" in Spanish.
MONTEROSpanish
Derived from Spanish monte "mountain".
MORALESSpanish
Derived from Spanish moral "mulberry tree".
MORENOSpanish, Portuguese
From a nickname meaning "dark" in Spanish and Portuguese.
MUÑOZSpanish
Patronymic derived from the medieval Spanish given name Muño, from Latin Munnius, of unknown meaning.
NARVÁEZSpanish
From the name of the town Narváez in Spain.
NIEVESSpanish
Means "snows" in Spanish, from the title of the Virgin Mary Nuestra Señora de las Nieves meaning "Our Lady of the Snows".
NOGUEIRAPortuguese, Galician
From Portuguese and Galician nogueira meaning "walnut tree", from the Late Latin nucarius, ultimately from Latin nux meaning "nut".
NOGUERASpanish, Catalan
Spanish and Catalan form of NOGUEIRA.
NÚÑEZSpanish
Spanish form of NUNES.
OBANDOSpanish
Habitational name for someone who lived in Obando in Extremadura, Spain.
OCHOABasque, Spanish
From a Basque nickname meaning "wolf".
OJEDASpanish
Originally a name for a dweller on the banks of the Ojeda river.
OLASpanish, Basque
Means "forge" or "shepherd's cabin" from the Basque ola.
OLEASTROSpanish
Means "(dweller by the) wild olive tree".
OLIVERCatalan, English, French, German, Scottish
Derived from the given name OLIVER.
OLMOSpanish
Means "elm tree" in Spanish, ultimately from Latin ulmus. The name originally indicated a person who lived near such a tree.
OLMOSSpanish
Variant of OLMO.
OQUENDOSpanish
Originally indicated a person from Okendo, Basque Country.
ORELLANASpanish
Derived from the place name Orellana which, in turn, is derived from Latin Aureliana "of Aurelius".
ORIOLCatalan
Means "golden" in Catalan, originally a nickname for a person with blond hair.
ORTEGASpanish
From a Spanish place name (belonging to various villages) meaning "nettle".
ORTIZSpanish
Means "son of Orti". The given name Orti seems to be disputed in meaning, deriving from either Latin fortis meaning "brave, strong" or Latin fortunius meaning "fortunate".
PALOMOSpanish
Derived from Spanish palomo "dove".
PAREDESPortuguese, Spanish
Means "dweller by the wall" from Latin paries.
PAVIASpanish
Spanish surname coming from the Italian city of Pavia south of Milano. Known especially for its old University.
PELÁEZSpanish
Means "son of Pelayo", where Pelayo is a derivative of PELAGIUS.
PEÑASpanish
Means "dweller by a large jutting rock" from Spanish peña.
PEREIRAPortuguese, Galician
From Portuguese and Galician pereira meaning "pear tree", ultimately from Latin pirum meaning "pear".
PÉREZSpanish
Means "son of PEDRO" in Spanish.
PEREZSpanish
Variant of PÉREZ.
PETITCatalan, English, French
Means "small, little" derived from Old French petit. It was perhaps used for a short, small person or to denote the younger of two individuals.
PICASSOCatalan
Means "magpie" from Spanish picazo. This probably denoted someone who was talkative or prone to stealing, although it may have described someone's unusual colouring. Painter and sculptor Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) was a famous bearer of this name.
PORRACatalan
Variant of PORRAS.
PORRASSpanish, Catalan
From a nickname meaning "club".
PRIETOSpanish
From a nickname meaning "dark", referring to a person with dark hair or skin.
PUERTASpanish
Spanish form of PORTO.
PUGASpanish
Means "a thorn" in Galician.
PUIGCatalan, Spanish
Means "dweller on a hill(ock)" from the Old Occitan and Catalan puy.
QUINONESSpanish
From various Spanish place names derived from quinon meaning "five". It indicated that the land was divided amongst five people.
QUINTANASpanish, Catalan
Means "dweller on a piece of land whose rent is one-fifth its produce" from Spanish and Catalan quintana.
QUIRÓSSpanish
Denoted a person from one of the various places of this name in Spain. Quirós, the place name, may derive from the Galician queiroa meaning "heather".
RAMÍREZSpanish
Means "son of RAMIRO" in Spanish.
RAMOSSpanish
Originally indicated a person who lived in a thickly wooded area, from Latin ramus meaning "branch".
RANAItalian, Spanish
Means "frog" in Italian and Spanish.
RENDÓNSpanish
Possibly derived from a variant of Spanish de rondón meaning "unexpectedly, rashly".
REY (1)English, Spanish, French, Catalan
Means "king" in Old French, Spanish and Catalan, ultimately from Latin rex (genitive regis), perhaps originally denoting someone who acted like a king.
REYESSpanish
Spanish variant of REY (1).
RÍOSSpanish
Spanish cognate of RIOS.
RIVERASpanish
From Spanish ribera meaning "bank, shore", from Latin riparius.
ROBLEDOSpanish
Means "oak wood" from Spanish roble "oak", ultimately from Latin robur.
ROBLESSpanish
Originally indicated a person who lived near an oak tree or forest, from Spanish roble "oak", from Latin robur.
ROCHAPortuguese, Galician
Portuguese and Galician cognate of ROACH.
RODRÍGUEZSpanish
Means "son of RODRIGO" in Spanish.
ROIGCatalan
Means "red" in Catalan, from Latin rubeus, originally a nickname for a person with red hair or a red complexion.
ROJASSpanish
Variant of ROJO.
ROJOSpanish
Means "red" in Spanish, referring to the colour of the hair or complexion.
ROLDÁNSpanish
Derived from the given name ROLDÁN.
ROMEROSpanish
Derived from Spanish romero meaning "pilgrim to ROME".
ROSAItalian, Catalan
Italian and Catalan form of ROSE (1).
ROSALESSpanish
Means "rose bushes" in Spanish.
ROSARIOSpanish
Spanish form of ROSÁRIO.
RUBIOSpanish
Nickname for a person with red hair, from Latin rubeus "red".
RUIZSpanish
Means "son of RUY" in Spanish.
SALAItalian, Spanish, Catalan, Romanian
Occupational name for a worker at a manor house, from the Romance word sala meaning "hall, large room", of Germanic origin.
SALAMANCASpanish
Originally indicated a person from Salamanca, a city in western Spain which is of unknown meaning.
SALAZARBasque
From Spanish sala meaning "hall" and Basque zahar meaning "old". It can also refer to the town of Salazar in Burgos, Spain, which is of the same origin.
SALCEDOSpanish
Derived from Latin salix meaning "willow tree". The name was originally given to one who lived near a willow tree.
SALINASSpanish
Occupational name for a salt worker or someone who lived bear a salt works, from Spanish salina "salt works, salt mine", ultimately from Latin sal "salt".
SÁNCHEZSpanish
Means "son of SANCHO".
SANCHEZSpanish
Americanized form of SÁNCHEZ.
SANDOVALSpanish
Derived from the name of a town in Spain, ultimately from Latin saltus "forest, glade" and novalis "unploughed land".
SAN NICOLÁSSpanish
Indicated the original bearer was from a place named after Saint NICHOLAS.
SANTANASpanish, Portuguese
From any of the numerous places named after Saint ANNA.
SANTIAGOSpanish, Portuguese
From various Spanish and Portuguese places called SANTIAGO.
SANTOSPortuguese, Spanish
Means "saint" in Portuguese and Spanish, ultimately from Latin sanctus. This was a nickanme for a pious person.
SASTRESpanish
Spanish cognate of SARTO.
SEPÚLVEDASpanish
Derived from the name of the Sepúlveda Valley in the mountains of Segovia, and was originally used to denote people from that region. It is possibly derived from Spanish sepultar "to bury".
SIERRASpanish
Originally indicated a dweller on a hill range or ridge, from Spanish sierra "mountain range", derived from Latin serra "saw".
SILVAPortuguese, Spanish
From Spanish or Portuguese silva meaning "forest".
SOLEROccitan, Catalan
Denoted a person from any of the numerous places in the area whose names derive from Occitan or Catalan soler meaning "ground, floor".
SOLOBasque
Means "rural estate" in Basque.
SOLOSBasque
Possibly a variant of SOLO.
SOSASpanish
Spanish form of SOUSA.
SOTOSpanish
Means "grove of trees, small forest" in Spanish, ultimately from Latin saltus.
SUÁREZSpanish
Means "son of SUERO".
SUEROSpanish
Derived from the given name SUERO.
TAPIASpanish
Means "mud wall" in Spanish.
TERRAZASSpanish
Originally a name for a person from Terrazas in the Spanish city of Burgos, a place name meaning "terraces".
TOLEDANOSpanish
Derived from the name of the city of Toledo in Spain, which was from Latin Toletum, which may have been derived from a Celtic word meaning "hill".
TOMÀSCatalan
Derived from the given name TOMÀS.
TORRESSpanish, Portuguese
Name for a person who lived in or near a tower, ultimately from Latin turris.
TOSSpanish
Spanish form of TOSI.
TOSELLCatalan
Catalan form of TOSI.
TOSETCatalan
Catalan form of TOSI.
TRAVIESOSpanish
Spanish form of TRAVERS.
TRUJILLOSpanish
Originally denoted a person from Trujillo, Spain, originally called Turgalium in Latin.
UBIÑABasque
Possibly a variant of URBINA.
URBINABasque
Derived from Basque ur "water" and bi "two", indicating a place where two waterways met.
UREÑASpanish
Probably derived from the name of Urueña, a town in the province of Valladolid, Spain, which is of unknown meaning.
VALDEZSpanish
Means "son of BALDO".
VALENCIASpanish
From the name of the Spanish city of VALENCIA.
VARELASpanish
Derived from Spanish vara "stick". It may have originally been given to one who used a stick in his line of work, for example an animal herder.
VARGASSpanish, Portuguese
Means "hut, slope, pastureland" in Spanish and Portuguese dialects.
VÁSQUEZSpanish
Means "son of VASCO".
VEGASpanish
From Spanish vega meaning "meadow, plain", of Basque origin.
VELASpanish
Derived from Spanish vela meaning "sail" or the homonym vela meaning "watchful".