American (Hispanic) Submitted Surnames

These names are a subset of American names used more often by Hispanic Americans.
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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Betances Spanish, American (Hispanic)
Unexplained; probably related to Betanzos, the name of a town near A Coruña in Galicia.
Boronda American (Hispanic), Basque
Boronda is a Californio surname that is also of Basque origin. Boronda is the name of a place in Salinas California named after Jose Eusebio Boronda where he made his house out of Adobe. Today, It is a California national Historic landmark in Boronda road in Salinas.
Coronado Spanish (Latin American), American (Hispanic), Spanish (Philippines)
Means "crowned." This was possibly a nickname for one resembling a clergyman who has received the tonsure.
Crespin American (Hispanic)
A Last name originating from Colonial New Mexico. It is derived from the last name Crespi
De Jesus Portuguese (Brazilian), Spanish (Philippines), American (Hispanic)
Means "of Jesus" in Portuguese. This is also an unaccented variant of De Jesús.
Gamiz American (Hispanic, Anglicized, Rare), Spanish, Filipino, English (American)
The last name Gamiz is a varient of Gamez and Gomez. It is a very rare last name that not many people have.
Jimeno American (Hispanic), English (American)
Jimeno (pronounced He-me-no in English) is a Hispanic last name varient of Gimeno, Ximeno, or Jimenez... [more]
Jonda Spanish (Latin American, Japanized), American (Hispanic)
Jondá means Slingshot and hole in Spanish and is a surname in some Latin American countries and Americans with Hispanic heritage. It is a Japanized form of the surname Honda... [more]
Lobato American (Hispanic)
Lobato variant of Lovato is a Hispanic last name originating from Spanish colonial New Mexico and Colorado. That surname is common with Native New Mexicans... [more]
Lueders American (Hispanic, Americanized)
Lueders is a common name of the Lueders family. Carson Lueders is a 19 year old singer/songwriter. The name is a Asian ot Latin American name. They are kind and are tough, inspiring role models to the youth.
Machuca American (Hispanic, Hispanicized, Modern, Rare)
in Spanish and Portuguese Machuca means "to squash" or "to crush." it is a Hispanic surname
Regalado Spanish, Spanish (Philippines), American (Hispanic)
Means "gifted", "pleasant", or "capable".
Segura Spanish, Catalan, American (Hispanic)
Derived from Spanish segura "safe, secure".
Villareal Spanish (Philippines), Spanish (Latin American), American (Hispanic)
Variant of Villarreal primarily used in the Philippines and Columbia.