Navarrete is of Toponymic origin. The toponymic surnames are those that derive from the name of the place where oncelived or possessed lands, thefounder of the surname. Therefore,we can affirm, that the founder ofthe lineage Navarrete was a native of the place of Navarrete. In fact the historians confirm that these lineage proceeds of the Village of Navarrete, whose name were taken. Village of Navarrete belongs to jurisdictional district of Logroño Province of Rioja.In this city and in it cited Village they flourished in very old times some of the noble gentlemen of the lineage of Navarrete.Branches of this lineage passed to Andalusia, Navarre and other places of the Iberian Peninsula, America.(does not included Philippines, not sure about lineage in Philippines.) As for the etymology of the word "Navarrete" some writers, they tell us that this drifts of "Navarre", that at the same time the preroman word stems from "Nava", among others has had the meaning of "marshy place".
=the coat of arms is there..Ancient and Noble Bloodline of Navarrete..preceded from a place/town Navarrete..for those who has trouble understanding the spanish website.. email me: firstname.lastname@example.org ..i will send you my version of translation along with the Coat of Arms i found.. and also..i i need help..Philippines residing Navarrete..please contact me..i wanted to draw a family history and lineage, somehow we are related..
Regards to all Navarrete!be proud of your surname!you are of Noble Blood! (take note of the correct spelling!!Navarrete!!-not Navarrette/Navarette/Nabarrete and so on..check the Town Navarrete...(in the link i gave)