Name Salvador - Meaning and origin

Name Salvador - Meaning and origin

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Origin of first name:

Spanish, Latin, Portuguese

Meaning of the name:

Latin salvare or salvatorthis name means "save" or "the one who brings salvation, who heals".


Salvador Domingo Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domènech, aka Salvador Dalí (1904-1989): painter, sculptor, engraver, scriptwriter, Catalan writer of Spanish nationality. Salvador Allende (1908-1973): former President of Chile. Salvador Espriu i Castelló (1913 - 1985): Spanish poet, novelist and playwright. Salvador Puig i Antich (1948 - 1974): Catalan anarchist. Salvador Cabañas Ortega: Paraguayan footballer. Salvador Carmona: Mexican footballer. Salvador Vega Casilla: Secretary of the Mexican Civil Service. Salvador Vega García: Spanish matador.

Saint Salvator was born in Spain in 1520. He and his sister became orphans when Salvator was 14 years old. He worked as a shoemaker until his sister's marriage. There, he allowed himself to follow his vocation and entered the Franciscan convent of Barcelona. He was attributed many miracles. March 18 is the anniversary of his death in 1567.

His character :

Salvador combines strength and discretion. His presence reassures with all the energy that emanates from him. Salvador does not stifle others and performs the most wonderful of actions in the utmost discretion. Sure of him, he does not need to shine to be aware of his worth. Discreet in his social life, he is the one who calms conflicts by showing diplomacy. He always acts with a lot of kindness. His strength is externalized by the way he has to react to the blows of life. He can not be defeated by anything, and continues to persevere until his goal is attained.


Salvator, Salvadore and Salvadora ...

His party :

El Salvador is in the spotlight on March 18th.

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