The baby name Xaiver is a unisex name, 2 syllables long and is pronounced "ZAY-vyer".
Xaiver is Basque in Origin.
Xavier is a name of Basque origin, meaning "new house" or "bright". It is a popular name in Spanish-speaking countries and is often associated with Saint Francis Xavier, a Jesuit missionary who traveled to Asia in the 16th century. The name has been used since the Middle Ages and has become increasingly popular in recent years.
Xavier is a unisex name, but it is more commonly given to boys. The pronunciation of Xavier is zay-vee-er or ex-ay-vee-er. The name is composed of two parts: "Xavi" and "er". "Xavi" is a diminutive of the name Xavier and is commonly used in Catalan-speaking regions. "Er" is a suffix that means "man" or "warrior" in Germanic languages.
The name Xavier has a rich history and cultural significance. It has been used by many notable figures throughout history, including Saint Francis Xavier, the co-founder of the Jesuit order, and Xavier Cugat, a famous bandleader and musician. Today, the name is popular among parents who are looking for a unique and meaningful name for their child.