A male given name, from the Spanish and Portuguese (Luís) form of Louis. (proper-noun)
Examples of word Luis
LUIS GUTIERREZ (D), ILLINOIS: You know, that's like they don't -- they don't call me and say, hey, Luis, what do you think?
Luis Ojeda, who humbly took to himself the title of _Luis el Pecador_ (Luis the Sinner), bequeathed all his fortune to the foundation of this establishment, which received the name of "Collegio de Santa Cruz de los niños expositos." [
Father Luis is a Jesuit missionary, sent to punish a disobeying priest in the middle of Amazon rain forest - which is a perfectly normal thing to happen since Father Luis lives in the 18th century.
Finding your way through San Luis is not easy either, as there are NO directional signs.
Finally, José Luis from the city of Yacuiba stayed up late one night researching stories about St. Rocco and writes [es] that “(honoring dogs) shouldn't be a questioning of celebrating on only day, but a question of celebrating every day.”