In English, it is suggested that any initial "a, an, the" be ignored when alphabetizing a list (of titles, for instance). Thus, the correct alphabetical order of (1) A Zebra, (2) An Elephant, and (3) The Cow is supposed to be:
The Cow An Elephant A Zebra.
Is there a similar rule for alphabetizing in Spanish, wherein leading articles (or any other leading words) should be ignored? What would be the correct alphabetical order of (a) un bebé, (b) una bebé, (c) los dedos, (d) la familia, y (d) el policia?