Urraca Fernández (died 1007), was queen consort of two Kings of León and one King of Navarre between 951 and 994. She acted as regent for her son Gonzalo in the County of Aragon in circa 996-997, and served as co-regent of the Kingdom of Navarre, along with her daughter-in-law Jimena Fernández and the bishops of Navarre, during the minor regency of her grandson Sancho III in circa 1004-1010.
|Noble family||Beni Mamaduna|
|Spouse(s)||Ordoño III of León|
Ordoño IV of León
Sancho II of Pamplona
|Mother||Sancha Sánchez of Pamplona|
She was first married by her father to Ordoño III of León in 951. By him she had one child:
In 958, after Ordoño's death, she was remarried to Ordoño IV. He died in 960.
- García Sánchez II of Pamplona
- Ramiro (died 992)
- Gonzalo, who ruled the County of Aragon with Urraca as regent
- Urraca Sanchez, nicknamed "the Basque", adopted the Arabic name Abda after being given to Almanzor Ruler of Al-Andalus by her father Sancho II of Pamplona. Urraca and Almanzor had a single son, named Abd al-Rahman Sanchuelo that became chief minister of Hisham II, Caliph of Córdoba.