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Origin of first name:
Ancient, Anglo-Saxon, Spanish, Germanic
Meaning of the name:
Diminutive of "Hernando", Spanish name coming from the Visigothic culture, Hernan also bears the Germanic roots of "Hernán". This latinized male given name comes from the compound name "Fard-nanth", meaning "sweet traveler" or "spiritual pilgrim". Hernan can also be used as a Teutonic-Gothic surname.
In English, Hernan is an expression used to describe a man who thinks he is a hero and who fights for the well-being of others.
Hernán Alvarado Solano (1946-2011), Roman Catholic bishop of Colombian origin.
Hernán Andrade (1960), Mexican runner.
Hernán Barcos (1984), Argentine footballer.
Hernán Barreneche (1939), former long distance runner.
Hernán Behn (19th century), businessman flocking from Puerto Rico.
His character :
The Hernan are men full of charisma and natural charm. True seducers and charmers with great confidence in their qualities and abilities, everything succeeds. However, it would be unjustified to say that these men owe their success and popularity only to their smiles. These valued beings have a pure and innocent soul, always seeking to spread happiness and well-being around them.
Ferdinand, Ferran, Ferdi, Ferdy, Ferdy, Veeti, Vertti, Fernand, Ferdinand, Nandor, Ferdinando, Ferdynand, Fernando and Fernão.
His party :
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