Word Origin and History for inigo
masc. proper name, from Spanish Iñigo, probably from Latin Ignatius.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
Examples from the Web for inigo
This is the oldest side of the square, being that built by Inigo Jones.
It is commonly supposed to have been the work of Inigo Jones.
In this church Inigo Jones was buried, in the darkest days of the Rebellion.Sir Christopher Wren
This work evinces that Inigo never was designed for a Gothic architect.The Town
It was here, that Inigo Jones, the great architect, was baptised.Nooks and Corners of Old London