I think Fuente is the first of two surnames rather than a middle name. In Spanish naming convention, children are sometimes given two surnames, one from their father and one from their mother. Starstuff (Owl me!) 11:34, September 25, 2009 (UTC)

Oh, ok. Sure. I am not too familiar with the Spanish naming convnetions... --  Seth Cooper  owl post! 11:57, September 25, 2009 (UTC)

In Spain, we have many surnames: the first from our father, second from our mother, the third surname is our father's second, the fourth is our mother's second, the fifth our father's third... So Iñigo is the name, Fuente the first surname and Marrero the second one (we don't have middle names). According to HPW, in the article names we should put name and one surname so the correct article name is "Iñigo Fuente".--El Profeta Vespertino 23:04, February 5, 2010 (UTC)

HPW:POLICY stipulates that article titles use the full first name and surname of a character, and also that middle names be excluded, e.g. "Ronald Weasley" over "Ron Weasley" or "Ronald Bilius Weasley." But the policy doesn't say that article titles can only include one first name and one family name/surname. Some people have two first names (Sarah Jessica Parker, Hayley Joel Osment, etc.) or more than one surname. Phineas Nigellus Black is an example of a canon character who apparently has two first names and Patrick Delaney-Podmore and Hector Dagworth-Granger are examples of canon characters with more than one surname. In such cases, it is acceptable to include both first names/surnames in the article title, as this represents the character's full first name/surname. Starstuff (Owl me!) 15:15, August 7, 2013 (UTC)

Iñigo, female?

Iñigo is a male given name, so I find it odd that tis page states that the character's female. Fitoschido (talk) 03:48, August 2, 2013 (UTC)

Well, we have to go with the information the game gives us. I don't have the game myself, but I would assume that the game somehow indicates that this character is female. ProfessorTofty (talk) 22:46, August 2, 2013 (UTC)

The person who did the etymology got the info from Behind the Name which lists the name as Male - can tell by the wording. The picture with the article seems to denote males. (Vaudree (talk) 10:41, November 10, 2015 (UTC))


Should there not be one? I am not skilled enough to create it. (Vaudree (talk) 01:30, November 1, 2015 (UTC))