The euphoria for the great news they gave yesterday Evaluna Montaner and Camilo continues in full, and the loyal fans of both continue to wish them the best through social networks. The artists announced the arrival of their first baby through a song that they composed and performed together, which is called “ndigo”, which they chose for their first-born. However, the great doubt arose from the meaning of this word, since there are different theories about it.
The Mau and Ricky’s sister She thought with her husband this particular name for the new member of the family, but according to what is known so far there are many explanations about the word. On the one hand there are those who maintain that “ndigo” is of Greek origin and that it refers to any “person from India”; but according to the Royal Spanish Academy, it is a term that refers to a dark blue color widely used in the textile industry, which is acquired from the “Indigofera Tinctoria” plant.
In addition to the aforementioned, the term “Indigo” is also linked to the spiritual and was taken over by New Age doctrine. According to this doctrine, the word was used to characterize all that person who would be in a high state of the evolution of the human race, something like beings with a very high intellectual capacity compared to the rest. Whatever the explanation, Evaluna and Camilo fell in love with this name and they are very clear that this is what their baby will be called.
Love became a song
The original method they used Montaner and Echeverry to give the news of the pregnancy was one of the things that his followers highlighted the most, but also the sweetness of the verses they composed. The chorus of the song says: “Because the love of my life came into my life. I asked the one above, but with you he got out of hand. And what good luck to me, I won without playing the lottery. What are you doing to me? Christmas came early with you. ” In the months until the birth, there will surely be more surprises like you, given the great talent of both of them to compose.