- (given name, male, ) formerly rare in the English-speaking world, recently becoming popular in the U.S.
Etymology: Surname of a Spanish sixteenth century saint, Francis Xavier, from a place name in Navarre, originally Basque Etcheberria "the new house".
- Dutch, Xavier
- Italian: Saverio
- Spanish: Javier
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