What is the English equivalent of the Spanish name "Diego"?
- Don VertoLv 71 month ago
Remember the name Diego has only 2 sylables not 3 like a lot of Americans say it.
It is like dye-go not like dee-a-go.
It is the word for Jacob or James.
- RainLv 71 month ago
Spanish equivalent of James is Diego.
- bluebellbkkLv 71 month ago
I'm not sure what you mean by 'equivalent'. How it sounds, how it starts with D, what it means?
The best answer is the one from Anonymous, which says, correctly, that the name is an abbreviation of 'St Iago', or 'Santiago', deriving ultimately from 'Jacob' or 'James'.
- LônLv 71 month ago
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- Anonymous1 month ago
Diego = Santiago [from San Yago] = Saint James or Saint Jacob
- don rLv 71 month ago
It is the same as the name "James", which means, the supplanter.
- HenryLv 41 month ago
The Hispanics are IN the USA now!
- BrianLv 61 month ago
- 1 month ago
Assuming there is one...maybe Doug?
what is the spanish version of Keesha?
- JayLv 61 month ago
What makes you think there even IS one in the first place?