Does the name Trujillo have a meaning. I know many cities have this name. But what is meaning of the name? I am sure the name goes back to at least Spain. But before that, does it have an Arabic origin with a meaning? Does the name have a Persian meaning. They were in Spain for about a thousand years%26gt;
What is the meaning of the name Trujillo?
The original bearer of the name Trujillo, which is a local surname, once lived, held land, or was born in the beautiful region of Spain. In Spain, hereditary surnames were adopted according to fairly general rules and during the late Middle Ages, names that were derived from localities became increasingly widespread. Local names originally denoted the proprietorship of the village or estate. The Trujillo family originally lived in the town named Trujillo in the province of Caceres, which is in western Spain and borders with Portugal. %26lt;br%26gt;%26lt;br%26gt;Spelling variations include: Trujillo, de Trujillo, Trujillos, de Trujillos, Trullo and many more.%26lt;p%26gt;First found in Aragon, in northeastern Spain.%26lt;p%26gt;Some of the first settlers of this name or some of its variants were: Early migrants bearing this surname included Sebastián de Trujillo, who sailed to America in 1516; Diego Trujillo sailed to Cartagena in 1534; Fernando de Trujillo sailed to Cuba in 1534.
Reply:Means "from Trujillo (Cáceres), Trujillo (Seville), Spain".
Trujillo is also a common surname among the inhabitants of Spanish-speaking countries:
César Gaviria Trujillo, a president of Colombia and secretary general of the Organization of American States
Rafael Leónidas Trujillo, a president of the Dominican Republic
Alfonso Cardinal López Trujillo, a Colombian cardinal in the Roman Catholic Church
Chad Trujillo, an American astronomer
Robert Trujillo, bass guitar player of Metallica since 2003, former bassman of Suicidal Tendencies
Solomon Trujillo is the CEO of Telstra.
Reply:Mmm, well, I really don't know what it means, but the suffix "illo" is generally used to make something small, but more frequently it is also used to add a tender feeling to something. For example, "chiquillo" comes from the combination of "chico"(kid) and "illo", and this word has like a sweet feeling to it.