Top 100 Cute Spanish Nicknames for Guys

Cute Spanish Nicknames for Guys

Los Espanoles son sexy!” Spanish men are sexy! Well, men from Spain do have that charm and yes, they do have the looks that ladies die for. However, Cute Spanish Nicknames for Guys will definitely make all the girls go aww!

Well men are all sexy and we know that, but then again some men carry that special charm in them, that one effect that makes all the girls and women melt away!

Cute Spanish Nicknames for Boys

Cute Spanish Nicknames for Boys-min

After all, Spanish men are in top 5 of the World’s sexiest men by country’s list. Well as said, men are all sexy so it is a tough call.

Here is a list of some cute Spanish names for boys

(Mi) Alma: Used to show deep affection and it means ‘(my) soul.’

Amado: Looking for a Spanish alternative for darling? Amando is the word to use.

Amante: It means ‘lover.’ and women often use it for their male friends.

Amigo: A commonly used name that translates to ‘friend’ or ‘boy’ in English.

(Mi) Amor: You may have heard a woman call her husband by this name. It means (my) love.

Azúcar: Words can be used to paint deep set feelings, and this nickname does exactly that. It means (as sweet as) sugar.

Lindo: It means ” cute, ” and it is a cute Spanish pet name for younger guys. Just like one would refer to a young female.

Maravilloso: Also better suited for women but can be used by a female lover to her gorgeous husband. Means ‘attractive.’

Marido: It means husband, and it is commonly used by ladies to refer to their husband.

Mi Media Naranja: Similar to the English word ‘(my) better half.’ However, it directly translates to ‘my half orange.’

Osito: Can be used by a mother towards her young son. Translates to ‘cuddly’ or ‘teddy bear.’

Pastelito: Do you love calling your male friend sweet pie? This word means ‘pie’ and can be used instead.

Pedacito de Cielo: An affectionate nickname that means ‘little piece of heaven.’

(Mi) Perrito: This is a funny nickname that means ‘(my) puppy.’

Precioso Mío: Means ‘(my) precious’.

Principe Hermosa: Can be used by a lover to say ‘handsome prince.’

Querido: This word equals to ‘darling’ or ‘dear’ in English.

Rubia: Though often used in women, it can be used to refer to blond haired guys.

(Mi) Rey: Can be used affectionately by women towards men to say ‘(my) king.’

Sol: This word literally means ‘sunshine.’

Tesoro: It is used to describe a valuable man; it means ‘treasure.’

Tigre: It has a rather obvious meaning. It is used to show admiration for a man; it means ‘tiger.’

Única: This one means ‘unique.’

(Mi) Vida: Can be used by a female lover or wife to say ‘(my) life.’

Jefe: For those who love calling others ‘boss’, here is the Spanish alternative.

Chula: It’s an expression that can be used on young boys or men to say ‘how cute.’ However, be careful because this word can mean differently in different Spanish speaking countries.

Güera: It can be used to describe guys who are very light skinned.

Loba: The literal meaning of this word is ‘wolf.’ It is used to describe a tease.

Chismosa: Do you know a male friend who is a gossiper? This word which means ‘gossip’ can be used on them.

Tramposo: This nickname is best suited for a guy who is manipulative or cunning.

Guapo: Although this nickname can have an opposite and sarcastic meaning, it means ‘handsome’ or ‘attractive.’

Chiquito: It can be used on younger guys and it means ‘small boy.’

Linda: The name translates to ‘pretty.’ It is commonly used for guys as well, to create an awkward feeling just as ‘pretty boy’ would in English.

El cerebra: The word means the brain and can be used to refer to guys who are serious and thoughtful.

Gordito: Can be used as a playful offensive by a female lover and it means ‘little fatty.’ Should be used with discretion.

Papá: Has a rather obvious meaning and it means ‘father’ in Spanish.

Esé: It’s a Spanish word that is used quite commonly to mean ‘homeboy.’

Vato: It means ‘dude’ or ‘guy.’ It’s a common term in the Mexican culture.

Chola: It describes lifestyle. For example, it can be used for a guy who dresses in baggy pants, a stylish funnel shirt, and bandana.

Bróder: This word directly translates to “brother” in English, but can be used in Spanish to mean ‘friend.’

Buey: Translates into ‘ox’ but it’s used in Mexico to mean friend.

El mío: Means ‘friend’ in Spanish, especially in Venezuela.

Conejito:means rabbit and conejito means little bunny. This can be used in a few ways, but one of the most sensible is for someone who is fast-paced.

Chiquito : Just like the popular banana brand, chiquita translates to “little girl.”Chiquito is the same, but for a small boy.

Jefe: This translates directly to “boss” in English but is often used more expansively in Spanish.

Chulo: Meaning cutie, this one is used on children, adults, men and women equally. Something that is commonly said is “qué chula” which means “how cute.”

Güero: This one refers to a person who is very light-skinned or light-haired.

Lobo: Literally means wolf, and usually refers to a person who is sly.

Chismoso: This refers to someone one who likes to gossip.

TramposoSomeone with this nickname is cunning and manipulative, much like the English “trickster.”

Guapo: Most commonly used to refer to someone handsome or attractive. It is a name that is often also used sarcastically to mean the opposite.

Lindo: It means pretty, but lindo/a does not have the same embarrassing effect as “pretty boy” does in English.

El cerebro: This one is usedto refer to someone who is very studious as it translates to “the brain.”

Chica: This one means and is used in the same way as “girl” in English. It is frequently and casually used. “Hola, chica. ¿Cómo estás?” (“Hey girl. How are you?”)


Affectionate Male Spanish Nicknames

Affectionate Male Spanish Nicknames-min

Mi almaThe Spanish are known for being romantic. A person may call their love interest mi alma, which means, “my soul.”

Papi chulo: Chances are you’ve heard this one before. This one translates to something like a “macdaddy” in English.

Carino: This one is used quite frequently and is most similar to how we say “dear” or “darling” in English.

Hermosa:  This simply means “beautiful,” but it can be used as a name of sorts. Other words that mean basically the same thing are bonita and bella.

Mi amado: Derived from the verb amar (to love), amado means “loved” in English.

Príncipe: This means “prince”.

Mi cielito: Means “my little sky” or “my heaven.” Mi sol which means “my sun” may be used in a similar manner.

Mi vida: Spanish speakers really know how to make their lovers feel special. Mi vida means “my life.”

Mi rey: This means “my king”.

Amante:   lover

Azúcar: (as sweet as) sugar

Angelito: angel

(Mi) Amo : (my) love 

(Mi) Amor Bello: (my) beautiful love 

Bebé: baby

Bella: beauty

Empanada Dulce: sweet pie 

Enamorado: lover

Estrella: star

Hermoso: handsome 

(Mi) Hombre: (my) man 

(Mi) León: (my) lion

Corazón: sweetheart

Bicho: bug (context: tiny, cute) 

Bizcocho: (as sweet as) biscuit, sponge cake 

Bombón: sweet, chocolate (sweetie) 

Bonito/ Bonita: pretty, attractive 

Caramelo: (as sweet as) candy 

Cariño:  honey, love 

(Mi) Cielo: (my) sky

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