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Luis Luis is a given name. It is the Spanish form of the originally Germanic name or . Other Iberian Romance languages have comparable forms: (with an accent mark on the i) in Portuguese and Galician, in Aragonese and Catalan, while is arch ... is a male given name. It can also refer to: * Luis (letter) Luis (ᚂ) is the second letter ( Irish "letter": sing.''fid'', pl.''feda'') of the Ogham alphabet, derived either from ''luise'' "flame A flame (from Latin '' flamma'') is the visible, gaseous part of a fire BBQ. Fire is the rapid oxid ..., the second letter of the Ogham alphabet * ''Luis'' (TV series), a short-lived television sitcom starring Luis Guzmán * Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport, main airport in San Juan, Puerto Rico * Hurricane Luis, one of the deadliest and most destructive hurricanes of the 1995 Atlantic hurricane season {{disambig ...
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Luis
Luis is a given name. It is the Spanish language, Spanish form of the originally Germanic language, Germanic name or . Other Iberian Romance languages have comparable forms: (with an accent mark on the i) in Portuguese language, Portuguese and Galician language, Galician, in Aragonese language, Aragonese and Catalan language, Catalan, while is archaic in Portugal, but common in Brazil. Origins The Germanic name (and its variants) is usually said to be composed of the words for "fame" () and "warrior" () and hence may be translated to ''famous warrior'' or "famous in battle". According to Dutch onomatologists however, it is more likely that the first stem was , meaning fame, which would give the meaning 'warrior for the gods' (or: 'warrior who captured stability') for the full name.J. van der Schaar, ''Woordenboek van voornamen'' (Prisma Voornamenboek), 4e druk 1990; see also thLodewijs in the Dutch given names database Modern forms of the name are the German language, Germa ...
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