Girl Baby Name

Xiomara

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Quick Facts on Xiomara

  • Gender:
  • Girl
  • Origin:
  • Spanish
  • Number of syllables:
  • 4
  • Ranking popularity:
  • N/A
Pronunciation:
zee-o-MAHR-ah
Simple meaning:
Renowned in war

Characteristics of Xiomara

  • Multi-talented
  • Intuitive
  • Oneness
  • Idealistic
  • Philanthropy
  • Independent
  • Perfection

Etymology & Historical Origin - Xiomara

Xiomara is a Spanish female name, a Latin American feminized form of the Spanish and Portuguese masculine name Guiomar. Guiomar is most likely a remake of the ancient Germanic Wigmar meaning “famous in war”, from the Proto-Germanic elements “wiga” (war) and “mærjo” (renowned, well-known, famous). The Visigoths, a Germanic barbaric tribe who invaded, occupied (and ultimately assimilated into) the Iberian Peninsula after the sacking of Rome in 410 A.D., probably introduced the name Wigmar to the native Spanish and Portuguese. Eventually the name morphed into Guiomar. Xiomara apparently developed in Latin America as a newly coined female version of this ancient Germanic warrior.

Popularity of the Name Xiomara

Xiomara has so far only had a very brief history on America’s female naming charts. She has only managed to maintain a position on the U.S. Top 1000 list of baby girl names between 2004 and 2010 (having recently fallen off in 2011). In other words, Xiomara is a name used so infrequently – probably less than 100 babies per year – that she doesn’t even show up on our list anymore. Still, there are several things appealing about this name. One, it’s uncommon. Two, it has that “X” factor. And three, it’s a fancy four syllables.
Popularity of the Girl Name Xiomara
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Cultural References to the Baby Name - Xiomara

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    Literary Characters of the Baby Name Xiomara

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    Popular Songs on Xiomara

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  • Children's Books on the Baby Name Xiomara

    Children's Books on the Baby Name Xiomara

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  • Famous People Named Xiomara

    Famous People Named Xiomara

    Famous People Named Xiomara - Xiomara Alfaro (Cuban soprano); Xiomara Blandino (Miss Nicaragua 2007); Xiomara de Zelaya (wife of deposed Honduran President Manuel Zelaya); Xiomara Laugart (Cuban singer); Xiomara Reyes (ballerina)

  • Children of Famous People Named Xiomara

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  • Historic Figures

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Personality of the Girl Name Xiomara

The number Nine personality represents the completion or ending of the cycle, and a need for perfection. This is the personality that moves from "self" to a greater understanding and compassion for the human condition and the world order. They want to make the world a better place. Nines are capable of great spiritual and humanitarian achievements. They are courageous and fearless, able to fight great battles on behalf of worthy causes. These personalities will not tolerate injustice. They are compassionate people with a strong sensitivity to others. They are able to both educate and inspire. Friendships and relationships are the lifeblood to the Nine, and they place a high value on love and affection. Nines are often exceptionally gifted artistically, and they have a keen imagination and enterprising mind.

Variations of the Baby Name - Xiomara

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