Spotted: Paz Vega and Lenon Say Adiós to the Hospital

08/19/2010 at 11:00 AM ET
Roberto Mariscal/Ipa Press/Retna

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Paz Vega was in great spirits as she was released from a Madrid hospital Wednesday toting newborn son Lenon, 5 days.

Joining the Spanglish star, 34, was her husband Orson Salazar.

In addition to Lenon, the actress is mom to daughter Ava, 13 months, and son Orson, 3.

RELATED: Paz Vega Welcomes Son Lenon

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D on

Is Paz short for something?

mmh on

I don’t think so. It means “peace” en espanol…

Anonymous on

d- no it is not. it means peace in spanish.

Mira on

Do you know if the accent is on the e or on the o?

What a “Spanglish” name, lol.

Hope she’s doing fine. Three c-sections in 3 years is a pretty crazy thing to do to one’s body.

marina on

the accent is in the o. It is actually español, with a ñ that sound a little more to ‘ng’ sound. (I think that was the combination of the letters, I’m spanish speaking person so I don’t need to know that!)

Shannon on

Gorgeous couple! She always reminds me of Penelope Cruz.

Robyn on

I don’t understand, why does a previous poster say she had three c-sections in three years? Nowhere does it say she had a c-section. People always assume celebrities have them but that’s not always the case!

Regardless, I love baby Lenon’s name. Congrats🙂

Jenny on

Her last baby was a c-section…maybe someone assumed that it was a c-section because she was in the hospital for 5 days, but who knows what it is like in Spain.

Jill on

Robyn, Actually it does. If you click on the related link it explains the birth and in the article it explains in their about a press release and in the press release it says the baby was delivered via c-section. My guess is this is where she heard it from or from one of the other articles read explaining it. No assumptions were made.

Marilyn on

It was reported she had a C-section in Spain earlier.

Anonymous on

marina, i think the previous poster was asking about lenon. not espanol. yo tambien hablo espanol y tampoco se como se pronuncia lenon. el acento va en la e o en la o?

Nai on

Lenon no tiene ningun acento, ni en la E ni en la O. Se pronuncia tal y como se lee – Le non.

There’s no accent on Lenon.

Isa on

Girls, sory to cut in, but in spanish there are fixed rules to acentuation. Most rules don’t aply directly to proper nouns such as a birth name, though. If they are following the regular spanish grammar, the name should be pronounced with the accent on the “e”, otherwise, the letter “o” should have an ortographic accent “ó”, because the word ends with the letter “n”. (The rule states the a word accented on the last syllable, endind with “n”, “s” or vowel should be graphically accented. It’s called “aguda”). I know it sounds crazy complicated, my students hate it! (En español: si la palabra no tiene tilde, podemos asumir que se acentúa en la “e”).

Mira on

I asked about the accent and I’m actually a Spanish speaker too. I know Spanish punctuation rules and I see that there is no accent written, so the name should be pronounced LEnon. But the English media doesn’t always put the accents where they belong. If there’s no accent, the name is kind of hard to pronounce, don’t you think?

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