This name derives from the old medieval Basque “enneco”, composed of two elements: “ene” (my) plus “ko” (“little”, diminutive suffix). The name means “my little dear”. Saint Íñigo of Oña (Catalan: Énnec, Basque: Eneko) († 1057) was the Benedictine abbot of San Salvador At Oña. He was canonized in 1259 by pope alexander IV and is venerated in the Roman Catholic Church, where his feast day is 1 June. He is the patron saint of Calatayud. Ignatius of Loyola was named after him.