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One of the decisions that causes the most headaches for future parents is choosing the right name for their baby. Sometimes families are clear about it because it is a name that they have in mind since they consider having children at some point, other times the choice is due to a family tradition.
If your child will be born next summer and you have not yet decided what it will be called, we offer you these ten proposals for names inspired by the summer months either because of their meaning or their symbols.
They are names that have different origins and sounds, but all of them are linked by their connection with warm temperatures, long days and short nights, and luminosity among other characteristics.
1- Helium: is a name for boys that has regained its prominence in recent years, it can also be written without 'h'. Its origin is Greek and refers to the personification of the Sun according to Hellenic mythology. With this name stand out the Brazilian pilot Helio Castroneves or the Moldovan Helio Gracie, founder of the martial art Giu-Jitsu.
2- Lawrence: It is a name of Latin origin and means 'Coronado de los Laureles'. It is used all over the world although with different forms such as: Laurent in French or Lars in Norwegian among others. It is popularly called Lorenzo al Sol, according to some voices because San Lorenzo's day is the hottest day of the year in the northern hemisphere, hence when it is very hot, expressions such as "how does Lorenzo heat up" are said. With this name, the American actor Lorenzo Lamas or the Italian singer Lorenzo Fragola stand out.
3- Tonatiuh: is a name of Aztec origin. It means 'Sun, the luminous, the one that warms'.
4- August: August is the eighth month of the year on the Gregorian calendar. It was named after the Roman Emperor Octavian Augustus. It is a name of Latin origin and it means 'person to be respected'. With this name also stand out the Roman emperor, the Honduran writer Augusto Monterroso, and the Paraguayan writer Augusto Roa Bastos.
5- Apollo: It is a name of Greek origin and means 'the one who never dies'. In Greek mythology Apollo has been variously recognized as the god of light and the sun.
6- July: It is a name of Latin origin and it means 'Corresponding to the seventh month of the year'. Among the personalities that are so called we can highlight the Spanish singer Julio Iglesias, the Spanish filmmaker and screenwriter Julio Medem or the Argentine writer Julio Cortázar.
7- Lluc: If there is something that prevails during the summer season is the light and the sun since during these months the days are longer. This name is the Catalan variant of the name Lucas, which is a masculine name of Greco-Latin origin, whose meaning is luminous or the one that shines.
8- Nuriel: it is a very original and little known name. Its origin is Hebrew and means light or fire of God.
9- Eden: it is a name of Hebrew origin that means 'paradise'. As it happens in the summer season when for many it is the season of paradise due to the warm temperatures and light.
10- John: is a short, classic name that is still used today, either alone or as a compound name. On the night of San Juan the arrival of the summer solstice is celebrated, an event that is celebrated in many places around the world. It is a name of Hebrew origin and means 'The faithful to God'. It has many variants in other languages such as Ian in Scottish, João in Portuguese or Giuvanni in Sicilian among others. It is a name closely linked to royalty. Also highlights the Mexican writer Juan Rulfo or the Colombian pilot Juan Pablo Montoya among other famous people called Juan.
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