Dictionary of Medieval Names
from European Sources

Salvador m. Latin salvator 'savior', often used to refer to Jesus.

Germany
Latin
790x814 Salvatori (dat) HambUrk-vol1 III
Italy
Latin
1522x1532 Salvator (nom) DSF p. 50, 1, Salvatore (nom) ibid. p. 54, 63; 1527 Salvatorius (nom) Rome1527 p. 83
The Netherlands
Dutch
1573 Salvador MagMiddelburg-1560; 1574 Salvador ibid.; 1575 Salvador ibid.; 1576 Salvador ibid.; 1577 Salvador ibid.; 1578 Salvador ibid.; 1579 Salvador ibid.; 1580 Salvador ibid.; 1581 Salvador ibid.; 1582 Salvador ibid.; 1583 Salvador ibid.; 1585 Salvador ibid.; 1586 Salvador ibid.; 1587 Salvador ibid.; 1588 Salvador ibid.; 1589 Salvador ibid.; 1590 Salvador ibid.; 1591 Salvador ibid.; 1592 Salvador ibid.; 1593 Salvador ibid.; 1594 Salvador ibid.; 1595 Salvador ibid.; 1596 Salvador ibid.; 1597 Salvador ibid.; 1598 Salvador ibid.
Portugal
Latin
1269 Salvatoris (gen) PHGCRP-I no. 11
Spain
Latin
1276 saluatoris (gen) CDGH XLVI; 1491 Salvator (nom) carbonell-I p. 62, Salvatoris (gen) ibid. p. 62
Catalan
1510 Salvador valencia1510 3886
Spanish
1567 Salbador SanzSerrano; 1575 Salvador Catalogo-5.2 3869; 1576 Salvador ibid. 3872
Cite as: S.L. Uckelman. "Salvador". In S.L. Uckelman, ed. The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources, Edition 2016, no. 4. http://dmnes.org/2016/4/name/Salvador.