Your Brazilian Name | Men’s Edition

Your Brazilian Name men's edition

Ever wondered how to introduce yourself in Brazil? Or are you looking to spruce up your anglican name to fit in with the Brazilian crowd? Below are all the translatable common boys’ names in English and their alternatives in Portuguese. Get ready to live your Brazilian alter ego, boys.

  
AaronAarão
AbrahamAbraão
AdamAdão
AlexanderAlexandre
AndrewAndré
CharlesCarlos
ChristopherCristóvão
DavidDavi
DereckDiogo
EdwardEduardo
ElijahElias
EthanEtham or Etã
EzraEsdras
GeorgeJorge
GideonGideão
GoliathGolias
Harry or HenryHenrique
ImmanuelEmanuel
JacobJacó
JamesTiago/ Thiago
Jamie Jaime
JesseJessé
JohnJoão
JoshuaJosué
JosiahJosias
JudahJudá
JudeJudas
LawrenceLourenço
louisLuíz
LukeLucas
MarkMarcos
Martin MatthewMartinho Mateus
MaximilianMaximiliano
MicahMiquéias
MichaelMiguel
MosesMoisés
NathanNatã
NicholasNicolau
NoahNoé
PaulPaulo
PeterPedro
RaphaelRafael
RichardRicardo
RobertRoberto
SamsonSansão
SeanSeán
SebastianSebastián
SethSete
SolomonSalomão
StephanEstêvão
ThomasTomé
TimothyTimóteo
TobyTobias
VinnieVinícius
WilliamGuilherme
ZacharyZaqueu

Boys names that don’t have a translation, perhaps just a funky pronunciation?

Caleb, Harvey, Bob, Elliot, Ryan, Eli, Jake, Ashley, Keith, Jackson, Alasdair, Dylan, Simon, Philip, Reuben, Saul, Lucas, Joel, Benjamin, Abel, Stanly, Barry, Oliver, Arthur, Patrick, Fred, Bill, Leo, Theo, Oscar, Graham, Scott, Tyler, Tony, Ike, Albert, Jack, Daniel, Frank, Isaac, Terry, Erik.

Don’t see your Brazilian name? Comment below and let’s check!

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