Published: Thu, January 19, 2017
World | By Tasha Manning

Diminutive proper nouns in Spanish | Spanish Language Blog

Diminutive proper nouns in Spanish | Spanish Language Blog

Oftentimes, proper nouns have a diminutive form when used in family contexts

Angel - Angelito
Carmen - Carmencita
Elena - Elenita ​​em> / P>

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Some other names do not follow this rule and have their own diminutive forms. Let's see some of them:

Alicia - Licha by Antonia - Toñi by Carlos - Carlitos by Concepción - Concha, Conchita by Dolores - Lola, Lolita
Enrique - Quique
Francisco - Paco, Paquito, Quico, Pancho, Curro
Guillermo - Guille
Isabel - Chabela
Jesús - Chus, Suso - José - Pepe, Pepito, José María Magdalena Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda Magda - Maribel, Marisa
María Jesús - Chus, Susi - María Teresa - Maite - Mercedes - Merche - Pedro - Perico
Pilar - Pili, Pilarín, Piluca
Rafael - Rafa, Rafi
Ramón - Moncho de Rosa - Rosita, Rosi
Rosario - Charo de Soledad - Sole

See you soon.

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