Beatriz is the Spanish and Portugal version of the old-fashioned names, Beatrix and Beatrice. It gives a more international flair to the name, however. Though no longer on the top 1,000 list, Beatriz is still very popular in Portugal and Spain.
Meaning of the name Beatriz:
Spanish: she who brings happiness, blessed
Portuguese: she who brings happiness, blessed
Origin of the name Beatriz:
Beatriz is the Spanish and Portuguese version of Beatrix. Beatrix likely comes from Viatrix. Viatrix is the Latin form of Viator, a popular name among the early Christian church.
Symbolism of the name Beatriz:
Beatriz means “she who brings happiness” or “blessed” because it has the same meaning as Beatrix. Ultimately, it has the same meaning as Viatrix, which comes from the Latin boy's name Viator.
Style of the name Beatriz:
Gender of the name Beatriz:
Beatriz is a vintage name for girls.
Pronunciation of the name Beatriz:
Number of syllables in the name Beatriz:
Emotion evoked from the name Beatriz:
Beatriz sounds international and more free-spirited than Beatrix. It still offers that vintage sound you may want, however.
Alternative spellings for the name Beatriz:
Nicknames for the name Beatriz:
Popularity of the name Beatriz:
Beatriz became a top 1,000 name in America in 1921 at rank 988. It was last a top 1,000 name in 2004 at rank 932. Beatriz was most popular in 1990 at number 470.
Related names for the name Beatriz
Great middle names for Beatriz and their meanings:
- Lyra (small harp player, lyre)
- Clara (clear, bright)
- Ivy (vine)
- Ruth (friend)
- Joanna (God is gracious)
- Primrose (first rose)
- Amanda (worthy of love)
- Clarice (bright, clear)
Famous people with the name Beatriz:
- Beatriz Merino (first woman prime minister in Peru)
- Beatriz Feres (synchronized swimmer)
- Beatriz Luengo (singer)
- Beatriz Barros (model)
- Beatriz Joao (soccer player)
- Beatriz Silver (soccer player)
Beatriz's in popular culture:
- Beatriz Aguilar (character from “The Shadow of the Wind”)