Dictionary.com
definitions
  • synonyms

Word Origin and History for inigo

Inigo

masc. proper name, from Spanish Iñigo, probably from Latin Ignatius.

Show More
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

Examples from the Web for inigo

Historical Examples

  • This is the oldest side of the square, being that built by Inigo Jones.

    Holborn and Bloomsbury

    Sir Walter Besant

  • It is commonly supposed to have been the work of Inigo Jones.

    Holborn and Bloomsbury

    Sir Walter Besant

  • In this church Inigo Jones was buried, in the darkest days of the Rebellion.

    Sir Christopher Wren

    Lucy Phillimore

  • This work evinces that Inigo never was designed for a Gothic architect.

    The Town

    Leigh Hunt

  • It was here, that Inigo Jones, the great architect, was baptised.