If anyone can help me on this, that would be great. Or, if anyone has a link to a webpage that can help me, that would be cool too.

I need the following names converted to Spanish:

Pamela, Jessica, Thomas, Alicia, Carina, Owen, McKenzie, Leah, Patricia, Virginia, Trevor, Kayla, Hannah, Cody, Andrea, Maryn, Logan, Norman, and Winifred.

Thanks much!!!
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Hola y bienvenida. hay un tema aquí con traduciones de nombres ingleses a la versión española. No estoy segura si los que quieres están entre los pero hay unos cuantos nombres traducido.

Hello and Welcome. There is a topic with english names in the spanish version. I'm not sure those you would like are there but there are some translated there.
MarynloganIf anyone can help me on this, that would be great. Or, if anyone has a link to a webpage that can help me, that would be cool too. I need the following names converted to Spanish: Pamela, Jessica, Thomas, Alicia, Carina, Owen, McKenzie, Leah, Patricia, Virginia, Trevor, Kayla, Hannah, Cody, Andrea, Maryn, Logan, Norman, and Winifred. Thanks much!!!
Pamela = Pamela
Jessica = Yesica
Thomas = Tomás
Alicia = Alicia
Carina = Karina
Owen =?
McKenzie = ?
Leah = ?
Patricia = Patricia
Virginia = Virginia
Kayla = ?
Hannah = ?
Cody = ?
Andrea = Andrea
Logan = ?
Norman = ?
Windfred=?

Many names don't have a translation.
MarynloganIf anyone can help me on this, that would be great. Or, if anyone has a link to a webpage that can help me, that would be cool too. I need the following names converted to Spanish: Pamela, Jessica, Thomas, Alicia, Carina, Owen, McKenzie, Leah, Patricia, Virginia, Trevor, Kayla, Hannah, Cody, Andrea, Maryn, Logan, Norman, and Winifred. Thanks much!!!
Have a look to this page http://www.sitiosespana.com/paginas_2/traduccion_nombres.htm

Un saludo.
I'm almost sure that you are going to get translation for the names that you are asking for except for the ones that, sanz, already translated. Lo siento.
Hey Maryn,
A lot of english names don't exist in spanish. The most common that overlap between the two tend to be biblical names (for a reasons). Often (especially in latin america) nationals hear english names and give them to their children. This means the name will probably sound the same but be spelt differently so you can read it in spanish, eg. Heidi=Eidi
Here is what I would suggest for yours (Some are translated* to spanish names, others are just rewritten):
*Pamela, Gesica/Iesica/Yesica, *Tomas (accent on the a), *Alicia, Carina, Owen/Oen, Macenzi, *Lea, *Patricia, *Virginia, Trevor, Kaila, *Anna, Codi, *Andrea, *Marin, Logan, Norman, Frederico (fred)

If the rewritten ones want better names, often it is worth trying middle names (my name cameron means prawn in spanish!, so I go by my middle name) or just pick a name that sounds nice.
good luck
Norman in Spanish is Normando.
patricia and virginia would remain the same.
patricia( puh-tree-see-uh)
virginia( bear-hee-nee-uh)
I think there's a difference between translating a name and whether the name even exists in other languages.

Sure Peter is Pedro, Suzanne is Susana etc, but When I go to Spain, my friends call me by my actual name. OK there isn't a direct translation in my case, but it's important I think to retain some kind of identity!
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