Other Origin(s):Greek, Latin, Portuguese
Meaning:From the Iberian peninsula
Iberia is a feminine name of Spanish and Portuguese origin. Perfect for honoring baby’s heritage, it means “from the Iberian peninsula.” It ultimately stems from the Ancient Greek Ibēria and is thought to be connected to the river Ibēros, which is now more commonly known as the Ebro. As a noun, Ibēria came from the Latin word Hiberia or the Greek Ἰβηρία and was originally used by Greek geographers to describe the Iberian Peninsula. With its roots in geography, the name Iberia might inspire a little adventurer in baby.
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