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Fernández is a common surname derived from the Spanish language meaning "son of Fernando."

It is the second most popular name in Spain.

Fernández - (Son of Fernando, from Germanic Fredenand or Fridnand. Most of the common Spanish surnames originating from Germanic first names were introduced in Spain during centuries V-VII by the Visigoths, so almost all of them are from the Visigoth tradition)

The German name that it derives from means "brave traveler."

The Arabized version of this surname is Ibn Faranda. It was used by the Mozarabs and Muwallads in Al-Andalus.

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