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1) Navarre - Parti au 1 coupé a reparti d'argent à la demi-aigle de sable mouvante du reparti et d'argent à trois fleurs-de-lis d'azur b d'or à une chaîne de chaînons carrés d'azur posée en orle carrée à la bande de gueules brochant sur la chaîne au 2 d'argent au lion rampant au naturel. English: Per pale 1st per fess a) also per pale argent with a demi eagle sable coming from per pale and argent three fleur de lys azure b) or with a chain of square links azure placed in aquare orle a bend gules covering over the chain 2nd argent a lion rampant proper.
2) Castille - Écartelé au 1 d'azur à la fasce ondée d'or au 2 d'azur à un écu en losange d'argent ch d'une aigle éployée de sable ledit écu cantonné de quatre torches allumées d'argent au 3 d'argent à la croix cléchée et vidée d'azur à la bordure componnée d'argent et de gueules au 4 d'argent à la bande de gueules et une chaîne de sable brochant en orle. English: Quarterly 1st azure a fess undy or 2nd azure with a shield in lozenge argent charged with an eagle displayed sable the aforesaid shield having in each quarter one of four torches aflame argent 3rd argent with a cross clechee and voided azure a bordure compony argent and gules 4th argent a bend gules and a chain sable covering in orle.
3) Aragon - De gueules à un navet d'or feuillé de sinople. English: Gules with a leaf or leaved vert.
1) En campo de azur, dos lobos, de oro; bordura de gules, cargada de ocho sotueres, de oro.. English: Azure, two wolfs passant or in pale, all within a bordure gules charged with eight saltorels of the second.
2) Los de Murcia, Argamasilla, Lorca, Vera, Granada y Palencia, traen - Escudo cuartelado: 1º, en campo de plata, media águila, de sable; 2º, en campo de plata, tres flores de lis, de azur, bien ordenadas; 3º en campo de oro, una banda, de gules y una cadena de azur, puestas en orla, y 4º, en campo de plata, un león rampante, al natural.. English: Quarterly - 1st: Argent a demi eagle couped palewise sable; 2nd: Argent three fleour-de-lis azure arranged 2 and 1; 3rd or a bend gules, over all a chain azure placed in orle; 4th Argent a lion rampant proper.
3) Originario de Pueyo de Jaca, en el valle del Tena (Huesca) y radicado en Bujaraloz: - En campo de azur, las cadenas de Navarra, en oro.. English: Azure the chains of Navarre or.
4) Otros traen - Escudo partido: 1º, en gules media águila, de oro, con tres flores de lis del mismo metal, puestas en jefe, y en punta, banda con cadena encima igualmente de oro; 2º, en oro, un león rampante, al natural.. English: Per pale: 1st Gules a demi eagle couped palewise or, between three fleur-de-lis of the same over all a bend or charged by a chain also of the same; 2nd or a lion rampant proper.
5) Otros traen - En campo de plata, dos jabalís, de sable, y en cada ángulo del escudo, una torrecilla de gules; bordura de gules, con ocho aspas, de oro. English: Argent two boars passant sable in fess, between four towers gules, one in each corner of the shield, all within a bordure gules charged by eight saltorels or.
6) Los de Sangüesa, traen - Escudo cuartelado: 1º y 4º, en campo de oro una cruz, de gules, y 2º y 3º, en campo de plata, cuatro fajas, de gules.. English: Quarterly - 1st and 4th: Or a cross gules; 2nd and 3rd: argent four bars gules.
7) os de Pego y Planes, que eran las del caballero Fermín Navarro, traen - En campo de gules, tres bezantes de plata, surmontados de un gallo y una sierpe. English: Gules three plates arranged two and one, in chief a cock and a snake nowed fesswise both proper in fesse.
8) Otros originarios de Pueyo de Jaca, en el Valle de Tena y sus ramas de Borja, Bulbuente, Ainzón y Zaragoza, traen - En campo de azur, un castillo de oro, y, en la punta del escudo, un lobo andante, al natural; a cada lado del castillo, una flor de lis de oro.. English: Azure a castle or, in base a wolf passant proper, on each side of the castle in fesse point a fleur-de-lis of the second
9) Los del Valle del Roncal, traen: - Escudo cortado: 1º, de azur, con media águila de oro, a la derecha, y, a la izquierda, tres flores de lis del mismo metal, bien ordenadas, y 2º, de plata, con una banda de sable, y una cadena de hierro puesta en orla. . English: Per fesse - 1st: Azure in dexter a demi eagle couped in pale or, in sinister three fleur-de-lis arranged two and one of the same; 2nd: Argent a bend sable over all a chain of the same placed in orle.
10) Otros traen - En campo de plata, dos pinos de su color y en medio de ellos un escusón de azur con una barra de oro acompañada de dos estrellas de lo mismo. English: Argent an escutcheon azure charged by a bend sinister or between two mullets of the same, the escutcheon having on each side a pine tree proper.
11) Otros traen - Escudo partido: 1º, en campo de gules, una casa de plata, con su tejado, y 2º, en campo de oro, un roble de sinople y un perro de plata, atravesado al tronco. English: Per pale: 1st Gules a house argent; 2nd or a talbot argent standing in front of the trunk of an oak three vert
12) Otros traen - En campo de gules, una panela de oro, atravesada por dos dardos, de sable.. English: Gules a heart or pearsed by two arrows sable, the arrow pearsing trough the heart bendwise sinister, points downwards.
13) Otros traen - En campo de gules, un jirón, de oro. . English: Gules a gyron or.
14) Otros, de Pueyo de Jaca, en el Valle de Tena y sus ramas en otras poblaciones aragonesas, Ejea de los Caballeros, Uncastillo, Biel, Zaragoza, traen - En campo de azur, un navío de tres mástiles con velamen de plata y quilla de sable, que navega sobre ondas de azur y plata, y sobre el palo mayor que ondea gallardete de plata, cinco estrellas, de oro, dispuestas en forma de herradura. English: Azure a ship with three masts, valamen argent keel sable, the ship sailing on a waves argent and azure, from the middle mast a flying banner argent, five mullets or arranged in horseshoe placed in the middle chief point over the ship.
15) Otros, de Pueyo de Jaca, en el Valle de Tena y otras poblaciones aragonesas, Jaca y otras de la Jacetania, traen - En campo de gules, una villa, al natural, con edificios y amurallada.. English: Gules a villa with buildings and walls propper.
16) Otros, de Pueyo de Jaca, en el Valle de Tena y otras poblaciones aragonesas, Pueyo y Panticosa, traen - Escudo cuartelado: 1º y 4º, en campo de azur, una nao, de plata, y 2º y 3º, en campo de gules, un castillo, de oro. English: Quarterly - 1st and 4th: Azure a ship with three masts argent; 2nd and 3rd: Gules a castle or.
17) Otros, de Huesca, que eran las del caballero Juan Navarro, traen: - Escudo partido: 1º, en campo de oro, dos fajas de sinople, y 2º, en campo de plata, cuatro lanzas de azur, y, en abismo, un escudete de gules, con un león rampante, de oro.. English: Per pale - 1st: or two bars vert; 2nd: argent four spears palewise points upwards azure arranged in fess; over all an escutcheon gules with a lion rampant or.
18) Otros, de Pueyo de Jaca, en el Valle de Tena y otras poblaciones aragonesas traen - Las primitivas de este linaje: En campo de gules, un león rampante y coronado de oro, que sostiene en sus garras, un bastón, de sable. English: Gules a lion rampant crowned or, holding in its paws a cane sable.
19) Otros, de Pueyo de Jaca, en el Valle de Tena y Panticosa en Aragón traen - En campo de plata, un lucero, de gules, surmontado de una corona de oro; bordura de gules con cinco estrellas, de oro, dispuestas tres arriba y dos abajo, y en sus flancos, un árbol de su color, y un lobo también de su color, atado al tronco, con una cadena, de oro. English: Argent a star of four points faceted gules surmounted in chief by a coronet or, all within a bordure gules charged by five stars - three in chief and two in base or, and in the flanks by a wolf passant facing the trunk of a tree both proper.""
20) Otros, de Pueyo de Jaca, en el Valle de Tena y otras poblaciones aragonesas, Canfranc, Huesca y Zaragoza, traen - Escudo partido en palo: Primero, en campo de gules, un león coronado, de oro, sosteniendo en sus garras, un bastón, de sable y segundo, cuartelado: 1º y 4º, en campo de azur, estrella de oro, 2º, en campo de gules, una torre, de plata, 3º, en campo de azur, una navío sobre ondas de azur y plata.. English: Per pale - 1st: Gules a lion rampant crowned or, howding in its paws a cane sable; 2nd: Quarterly - 1st and 4th: Azure a star of five points or; 2nd: Gules a tower argent; 3rd: Azure a ship proper sailing on waves argent and azure.
21) Los de Zaragoza - Escudo cuartelado: 1º y 4º, en campo de azur, un navío de plata, equipado de sable, sobre ondas de mar de plata y azur, y superado de cinco estrellas de oro, y 2º y 3º, en campo de gules un castillo de plata donjonado y mampostado de sable.. English: Quarterly - 1st and 4th: Azure a ship argent garnished sable, sailing on waves argent and azure, surmounted by five mullets or; 2nd and 3rd: Gules a castle with tree towers the midle one higher than the rest argent masoned sable.
22) Los de Arroyla, en Teruel traen - escudo cuarteado: 1º, en campo de gules, una banda de oro; 2º, en campo de oro, una cruz floreteada, de gules; 3º, en campo de azur, unas peñas al natural, surmontadas de una torre de oro, aclarada de gules, y 4º, en campo de plata, un león rampante, de púrpura. Brochante, en abismo, un escusón de gules, con medio brazo armado, con tres saetas de oro, puntas abajo, en la mano, de carnación.. English: Quarterly - 1st: Gules a bend or; 2nd: or a cross flory gules; 3rd: azure a rock proper surmounted by a tower or openings gules; 4th: Argent a lion rampant purple; Over all an escutcheon gules charged by a cubit arm in armor placed bendwise the hand carnation holding three arrows point down or. "

Origin, Meaning, Family History and Navarro Coat of Arms and Family Crest

This is both a Spanish and Italian (and sometimes French) surname that developed as a locational name to denote a person who was from Navarre. Navarre today is a semi-autonmous region in northern Spain. It was once a Basque kingdom known as The Kingdom of Navarre, which reached its zenith under the reign of King Sancho III who reigned from in the eleventh century AD. It is believed the city’s name derived from the Basque world nabar (brownish or multicolour), or from naba (valley of plain) and herri (people or land). Others say it means “treeless county” or “the country above the trees”. The name was also present in the Christian Kingdom of Aragon during medieval times. The first documented bearer was Francisco Navarro who was christened in 1510 AD at Madrid Cathedral. Some spelling variations of this common last name include Navaro, Najara, Najera, Navarra, and Navarijo.

Juan Navarro was born in Navarra, Spain (Espana) in 1482 AD. In 1523, he married Maria Rodriguez, and had a son with her named Juan. This son, Juan Navarro Sanchez was born in San Martin, Pais Vasco, Spain. He married Maria Rodriguez de Sosa and had the following children with her prior to his death in Saltillo, Mexico: Francisca, Beatriz, Mariana Navarro Rodriguez, Martin Navarro Rodriguez, Melchora Navarro, Ursula Innes Catarina Navarro Rodriguez, Maria Ines Navarro Rodriguez, and Ana Maria Navarro Rodriguez.

Angel Navarro was born in Ajaccio, Corsica, France in around 1749. He went to Mexico and married Maria Josefa Gertrudis Ruiz, and had the following children with her prior to his 1808 in San Antonio, Texas: Jose Francisco, Jose Angel, Maria Gertrudis, Maria Simona, Maria Josefa, Maria Josefa Candida, Jose Francisco Salas, Jose Antonio Baldomero, Maria Antonia, Jose Luciano, Jose Anselmo, and Jose Eugenio Nepomuceno.

There are hundreds of notable people with this surname, including: 1) Aguas Santas Ocaña Navarro (1963) who was the first lady of Honduras from 2002-2006, 2) Carla Suárez Navarro (1988) who was a Spanish tennis player who had Grand Slam Singles in the Australian Open, French Open, US Open, and Wimbledon, 3) David Michael Navarro (1967) who is an American musician best known as the founding member of the alternative band Jane’s Addiction, born in Santa Monica, California, 4) Dioner Favian Navarro Vivas (1984) who was a professional baseball player born in Caracas, Venezuela who played in the MLB from 2004-2016 for eight different teams including the Tampa Bay Devil Rays and the Toronto Blue Jays, 5) Don Carlos Arias Navarro (1908-1989) who was the Prime Minister of Spain from 1973-1976, also known as 1st Marquis of Arias-Navarro, Grandee of Spain, 6) Juan Carlos Navarro (1961) who was the Mayor of Panama City from 1999-2009, 7) José Antonio Navarro (1795-1871) was a Texas statesman, revolutionary, rancher, and merchant, 8) Peter Kent Navarro (1949) is an American heterodox economist who became the Director of the National Trade Council in 2017, 9) Don Pedro Navarro (1460-1528), also known as Count Oliveto, who was a Spanish military engineer who served in the Italian Wars, and 10) Francisco Javier “Javi” Vicente Navarro (1974) who was a Spanish football (soccer) player who played for Valencia and other teams from 1993-2009.

The Navarro surname ranks as following in a variety of counties: Mexico (64th), Spain (21st), Colombia (134th), Costa Rica (57th), Chile (68th), Venezuela (114th), Peru (71st), and Argentina (52nd). This surname ranks 388th in the United States as of the 2000 Census. Here are the five states where it ranks the highest: California, Arizona, Nevada, Texas, and Florida.

Navarro Coat of Arms Meaning

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