Santos - Biblical

Calendar of the names of October saints


For the purpose of helping you choose a name for your baby,Guiainfantil.com has prepared this beautiful calendar of saints with names for each day of the month of October. Choose a nickname for your baby among the many names of saints that are celebrated in the tenth month of the year.

If you want to know how this calendar works, we anticipate that it is very easy and simple! On each calendar date you will find aname of saint. You will only have to click on each one of them to know the origin and meaning of the name of the saint to which it corresponds and a lot of other curiosities like the ones we anticipate here:

  • Remigio. Currently it is not one of the most requested, but do not lose sight of it because you already know that fashions always return. Of Latin origin, it means rower.
  • Angel. It is one of the most beautiful names for boys that there is for its meaning: 'messenger'. It is of Latin origin and it is common to see it combined with other names of great tradition such as Jose or Juan.
  • Candida. It is a feminine name of Scottish origin, which has its masculine version, Candido. It symbolizes the intelligence of the person who wears it.
  • Francisco. Long and traditional name par excellence, in almost all families there is a child named like that, although with the passage of time its abbreviation, Paco or Frank, has been used more. Of Germanic origin, it means 'free man'.
  • Flora. It comes from 'flos', flower in Latin and is perfect for nature-loving parents. Girls with their names have highly developed social skills.
  • BrunoIt comes from brun or brunne and means 'dark' or 'breastplate'. Do you know why it is one of the favorites in the last 10 years? It is loud and short.
  • Rosary beads. 'The one who lives in the roses' is the meaning of this feminine name of Latin origin that is very common in Spanish-speaking countries, but also in Italy, where it is used for boys. Its diminutive is Charo, Charito or Chari.
  • Sergio. The boys named like this stand out for their wit and intelligence, reasons that make it a name that never goes out of style. Of Etruscan origin, it means 'the guardian'. It is clear that it will protect you and your partner.
  • Abraham. He was one of the most popular characters in the Old Testament, the 'father of multitudes'. Without a doubt, a name with a lot of weight recommended for parents who love History.
  • Remedies Did you know that this name was originally used for children? What happened is that as it alluded to the healing of the sick by the Virgin, in the end it was decided that it was for girls.
  • Begoña. Of Basque origin - she is the patron saint of Vizcaya - she relates to very happy people.
  • Pillar. Worldwide known, but venerated in Zaragoza (Spain) for being the Virgen del Pilar the patron saint of the city. It means 'one who gives support to others'. Is not it wonderful?
  • Eduardo. It comes from two German words, hord, which means wealth, and weard, which is guardian, hence it is known as 'the guardian of wealth'. It has many variants, all adapted to each culture and country: Edward, in English or, Duarte, in Portuguese. And many diminutives Edu, Teddy, Ed or Lalo.
  • Calixto. This Greek name, which also celebrates its name day on April 16, means 'beautiful'. It was the name of the 16th pope of the Catholic Church, of one of the characters in Fernando Rojas' book, 'La Celestina' and, also, the name of the Spanish theater director, Calixto Bieito.
  • Teresa. Another saint well known in Spain for being the patron saint of Ávila. This feminine name comes from the Greek and means 'the hunter', but others also say that it means 'the miraculous one'. Nor should we forget another great religious, Mother Teresa of Calcutta.
  • Beltran. It is related to children of strong character, and it was widely used with the Middle Ages by great characters of the time and people from powerful and influential families.
  • Celia. There is much discussion around its meaning: while one says it is 'September', others point more to what it means 'sky or celestial'. In any case, this name of Latin origin is perfect for any girl who is born in the month of October.
  • Luke. 'The one who shines' is the meaning of this name of Latin origin with great religious tradition. And we must not forget that Luke was one of the four evangelists of the New Testament and, also, one of the twelve apostles of Jesus. His female versions are Lucía and Luca.
  • Joel. Short, original and simple, Joel has all the ingredients to become one of the favorite names for many millennial parents. It has religious connotations (it means Yahweh is God) and gave its name to one of the Old Testament books, although with the passage of time it is losing it.
  • Irene. 'The one who brings peace' is the meaning of the five letters of this name of Greek origin that has a very peculiar masculine variant and, above all, very little known: Ireneo.
  • Ursula. This is a name with a long educational tradition, and it is that at least in the Middle Ages, Úrsula was the patron saint of universities. Of Latin origin, it means 'little bear'.
  • Heraclius. It can be a perfect name for parents who are looking for a powerful and unknown name by many. Heraclius, of Greek origin, speaks of glory.
  • Leonardo. Leonardo's name may be strange to you, but if we call you Leo, is it different? It is the most common derivative of this name of Germanic origin that means 'one who is strong like a lion'.
  • Dunia. Of Arabic origin, it means 'lady of the world'. It gives off a lot of musicality and a lot of tenderness and, above all, it is not a name that you hear everywhere. Isn't that enough reason to stay with him?
  • Fruits How could it be otherwise, this name is related to Earth. It means 'the one who is fertile' and is linked to prosperity and happiness.
  • Evaristo. It also has its feminine variant, Evarista. Of Greek origin, it means 'the one who is pleasant'. Uncommon in the 21st century, it was more common in times past.
  • Nestor. According to legend, Nestor was the hero who fought in the Trojan War and who went out in search of the Golden Fleece. It has two meanings, 'the one who reaches the goal' and 'the one who is remembered', so it is almost certain that your little one, if he bears this name, will leave a mark on others.
  • Judas. 'Thankful to God' would be the meaning of this name of Hebrew origin that first appeared in the Bible. It is a name that contains a lot of controversy because there is Judas the good and Judas the bad, or rather, the one who betrayed Jesus.
  • Cayetano. A curiosity that not everyone knows: the name of Cayetano comes from the Italian town of Gaeta. He also celebrates his birthday on August 7.
  • Victorio. It is a name of Latin origin that is closely related to success and fortune, and is that it means 'the winner'. Cool, right?
  • Alonso. Name that starts with A and is gaining a lot of followers. It is a name of Germanic origin that is related to fighting children, because it means 'prepared for combat'. You can also find it as a surname.

In the table above you have found a small selection of the most important saints who celebrate in the tenth month of the year. But, as you can imagine, there are many more! Next I will list the entire list of names that also have their day in October.

  • October 1: Saint Therese of the Child Jesus, Saint Bavo of Ghent, Saint Geraldo Edwards, Saint Nicecius of Trier, Saint Python of Seclin, Saint Roman the Melodic and Saint Wasnulf.
  • October 2: Saint Beregiso of Andage, Saint Eleutherius of Nicomedia, Saint Saturio of Numantia, Saint Theophilus of Constantinople and Saint Ursicino of Chur.
  • October 3: Saint Francis of Borja, Saint Cyprian of Toulon, Saint Dionisio Areopagita, Saint Gerard of Namur, Saint Maximiano of Bagai and Saint Virila of Navarra.
  • October 4: Saint Petronius of Bologna, Saint Quentin of Turón and Saint Aurea of ​​Paris.
  • October 5: Saint Froilán de León, Saint María Faustina Kowalska, Saint Atilano de Zamora and Saint Jerónimo de Nevers.
  • October 6: Saint the Great of Venice, Saint Pardulf of Guéret, Saint Renato of Sorrento and Saint Roman of Auxerre.
  • October 7: Saint Augustus of Bourges, Saint Marcellus of Capua, Saint Mark the Pope, Saint Sergius of Betsaloe and Saint Justina of Padua.
  • October 8: Saint Felix of Como, Saint Hugo of Genoa, Saint Reparada virgin and martyr and Saint Thais penitent.
  • October 9: Saint Dionysius of Paris and companions, Saint John Leonardi, Saint Bernard of Rodez, Saint Héctor Valdivielso, Saint Innocent of the Immaculate Canoura and companions
  • October 10: Saint Thomas of Villanueva, Saint Cerbonius of Populonia and Saint Claro of Nantes.
  • October 11: Saint Anastasius of Schemaris, Saint Bruno of Lotharingia, Saint Canicus of Ireland, Saint Philip deacon and Saint María Soledad Torres Acosta.
  • October 12:Saint Opilio of Piacenza, Saint Rotobaldo of Pavia, Saint Seraphim of Monte Granario de Nicola and Saint Domnina of Anazarbe.
  • October 13: Saint Florentius of Thessalonica, Saint Romulus of Genoa, Saint Simbert of Augsburg and Saint Theophilus of Antioch.
  • October 14: Saint Donatian of Reims, Saint Fortunato of Todi, Saint John Ogilvie, Saint Dominic Loricato and Saint Jacobo Laigneau de Langellerie.
  • October 15: Saint Barses of Edessa, Saint Severus of Trier, Saint Magdalene of Nagasaki and Saint Thecla of Kitzingen.
  • October 16: Saint Margaret Mary of Alacoque, Saint Anastasius of Pamiers, Saint Rodolfo de Gubbio, Saint Vidal de Retz and Saint Bonita de Brioude
  • October 17: Saint Ignatius of Antioch, Saint Florentius of Orange, Saint Gilbert of Toulouse, Saint Isidore Gagelin and Saint John the hermit of Licopolis.
  • October 18: Saint Amable of Riom, Saint Asclepiades of Antioch and Saint Monon of Nassogne
  • October 19: San Pablo de la Cruz, San Pedro de Alcántara and San Antonio Daniel.
  • October 20: Saint Honorius Abbot, Saint Andrew Calibita, Saint Cornelius Centurion, Saint Leopard of Osimo, Saint Adelina de Savigny and Saint Maria Bertila Boscardin.
  • October 21: Saint Bertold of Parma, Saint Hilarion anchorite, Saint Peter Yu Tae-ch'l and Saint Severinus of Bordeaux.
  • October 22: Saint John Paul II Pope, Saint Benedict of Massérac, Saint Mark of Jerusalem, Saint Moderano de Berceto and Saint Valerio de Langres.
  • October 23: Saint John of Capistrano, Saint Alberto Hurtado Cruchaga, Saint Ignatius of Constantinople and Saint John of Syracuse.
  • October 24: Saint Anthony Maria Claret, Saint Fromundo de Coutances and Saint José Baldo.
  • October 25: Saint Bernardo Calbó, Saint Valentine of Seville and Saint Engracia de Segovia.
  • October 26: Saint Amando of Argentorato, Saint Felicisimo of Carthage and Saint Lucian of Bithynia.
  • October 27: Saint Bartholomew of Bregantia, Saint Vincent de Talavera and Saint Sabina de Talavera.
  • October 28: Saint Simon the Apostle, Saint Fidel of Como, Saint Ginés de Thiers, Saint John Dat and Saint Rodrigo Aguilar.
  • October 29: Saint Feliciano of Carthage, Saint Honorato of Vercell and Saint Narcis of Gerona.
  • October 30: Saint Marcelo de León, Saint Claudio de León, Saint Gerard of Potenza, Saint Germán de Capua and Saint Marciano de Cuma.
  • October 31: Saint Antoninus of Milan and Saint Quentin of Vermand.

Surely in your house or in your circle of friends, there are people who celebrate onomastics throughout the year and not only in the 31 days that October contains. Do you want to know when to congratulate that person named Ana? And your co-worker who just introduced you as Jose? And, of course, you can't forget your best friend's son either ... what was he like? Ah yes, Jorge!

All this information can be found by consulting our calendar of names of saints month by month. You will only have to find who you want to congratulate and set an alert on your mobile. Have you seen how easy?

You can read more articles similar to Calendar of the names of October saints, in the category of Saints - Biblicals on site.

Video: A Reflection on Saint Nunzio Sulprizio Canonized October 14, 2018 (September 2020).