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Ignacio is a male Spanish language, Spanish and Galician Language, Galician name originating either from the Roman family name Egnatius (other), Egnatius, meaning born from the fire, of Etruscan origin, or from the Latin name "Ignatius" from the word "Ignis" meaning "fire". This was the name of several saints, including the Ignatius of Antioch, third bishop of Antioch (who was thrown to wild beasts by emperor Trajan) and Saint Ignatius of Loyola. Variants include the archaic Iñacio, the Italian Ignazio, the German Ignatz, the Basque Iñaki, Iñigo, Eneko (given name), Eneko, and the diminutives Nacho (given name), Nacho/Natxo, Iggy, and Iggie. Ignacio can refer to: People * Ignacio Chávez (other) * Ignacio González (other) * Ignacio López (other) ; Arts and entertainment * Ignacio Aldecoa, 20th-century Spanish author * Ignacio Berroa, 20th-21st-century Cuban jazz drummer * Ignacio Cervantes Kawanagh, 19th-20th-century Cuban virtuoso pianis ...
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Spanish ( or , ) is a of the that evolved from colloquial spoken in the . Today, it is a with nearly 500 million native speakers, mainly in the Americas and Spain. It is the world's after Mandarin Chinese, and the world's overall after , , and , as well as the world's most widely spoken Romance language. Spanish is a part of the , which evolved from several dialects of in Iberia after the collapse of the in the 5th century. The oldest Latin texts with traces of Spanish come from mid-northern Iberia in the 9th century, and the first systematic written use of the language happened in , a prominent city of the , in the 13th century. Modern Spanish was then taken to the viceroyalties of the beginning in 1492, most notably to the Americas, as well as and . As a Romance language, Spanish is a descendant of Latin and has one of the smaller degrees of difference from it (about 20%) alongside and Around 75% of modern Spanish vocabulary is derived from Latin, including Latin ...
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