what does diego translate to

maria336

ola, can someone tell me what diego translates into in english,is it david,this is really bugging me,also,when you address a male as don,does this mean father or something else,once again,mil gracias y besos xxxxxxxx

C_Norita

Hola, Maria. I was told by a native speaker of Spanish, that Diego has no English translation. Don, as well as Doña, are used with someone's first name and signify respect and a form of familiarity. When used formally, Don and Doña are used with complete names, such as: Don Ignacio Chavez de la Ortega, Doña Ana Cruz de la Flores.

C_Norita

From a book which I own, I found that Diego translates to James.

[quo]*Quote from * C_Norita From a book which I own, I found that Diego translates to James.[/quo] Hi C_Norita! What is the title of the book?

C_Norita

[quo]*Quote from * dorothia15 [quo]*Quote from * C_Norita From a book which I own, I found that Diego translates to James.[/quo] Hi C_Norita! What is the title of the book?[/quo] Hi, dorothia15! The title of the book is, "NTC's Beginner's Spanish and English Dictionary". In my opinion, it is a great book!

C_Norita

You're welcome, dorothia15.

C_Norita

Other equivalents of James are: Jaime and Santiago.

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