The Spanish surname Navarro is a regional Basque name denoting someone from Navarre. The name means 'the treeless country' or perhaps 'the country above the trees', the precise meaning being subject to controversy. Early examples of the surname recording include Juan de Najera, at Villapalacio, San Sebastian, Spain, on January 27th 1573, Lesaca Najurieta, at Murillo, Navarra, Spain, on Fbruary 26th 1690. The name is recorded in the New World as early as 1513 when Juan Navarro arrived in Florida from Spain. Today there are over 73,000 bearers of the name in the US.
NAVARRO FAMILY CREST PENDANT