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Italian Names

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Here are some Italian names that we went over when we were naming our baby. We had a hard time but were happy when we found the perfect Italian name.

  • Scevola: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Scævola, Meaning "left-handed."
  • Agnese: Italian And Latvian Form Of Greek Hagne, Meaning "chaste; Holy."
  • Demetrio M Italian, Spanish Italian And Spanish Form Of Demetrius

  • Rosaria: Italian Feminine Form Of Spanish Unisex Rosario, Meaning "rosary."
  • Edda: Pet Form Of Italian Edvige, Meaning "contending Battle." Compare With Another Form Of Edda.
  • Paolino: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Paulinus, Meaning "small."
  • Romilda: Variant Spelling Of Lombardic Italian Romhilda, Meaning "famous Battle."
  • Sofia: Variant Spelling Of Greek Sophia, Meaning "wisdom." This Form Of The Name Is In Wide Use Throughout Europe By The Finnish, Italians, Germans, Norwegians, Portuguese And Swedish.
  • Terzo: Italian Form Of Roman Tertius, Meaning "third."
  • Calogera F Italian Feminine Form Of Calogero
  • Maurizio: Italian Form Of Latin Mauricius, Meaning "dark-skinned; Moor."
  • Antonina F Italian, Polish, Russian, Ancient Roman Feminine Form Of Antoninus (see Antonino).
  • Eulalio: Italian Form Of Latin Eulalius, Meaning "well-spoken."
  • Annalisa F Italian Combination Of Anna And Lisa
  • Sonnet Italian: A Lyric Poem
  • Naldo: Short Form Of Italian Names Ending With -naldo.
  • Elia M Italian, Dutch Italian And Dutch Form Of Elijah
  • Petronella: Variant Spelling Of Italian Pietronella, Meaning "little Rock."
  • Giampaolo: Variant Spelling Of Italian Gianpaolo, Meaning "god Is Gracious" And "small."
  • Estachio: Italian Form Of Latin Eustachius, Meaning "fruitful."
  • Agapito: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Agapitus, Meaning "beloved."
  • Giancarlo: Italian Compound Name Composed Of Gianni "god Is Gracious" And Carlo "man."
  • Armo: Italian Name Meaning "crew." Compare With Another Form Of Armo.
  • Vivienne Italian: Alive
  • Violetta: Italian Diminutive Form Of Latin Viola, Meaning "violet Color" Or "violet Flower."
  • Michelangelo: Italian Compound Name Composed Of Michele "who Is Like God?" And Angelo "angel, Messenger." 

  • Cecilio M Spanish, Portuguese, Italian Spanish, Portuguese And Italian Form Of Caecilius (see Cecilia).
  • Bonfilio: Variant Spelling Of Italian Buonfiglio, Meaning "good Son."
  • Alessandro: Italian Form Of Latin Alexandrus, Meaning "defender Of Mankind."
  • Alberico M Italian Italian Form Of Alberich
  • Celia F English, Spanish, Italian Feminine Form Of The Roman Family Name Caelius...
  • Ambrogino: Pet Form Of Italian Ambrogio, Meaning "little Immortal One."
  • Nicodemo: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Latin Nicodemus, Meaning "victory Of The People."
  • Antonello: Pet Form Of Italian And Spanish Antonio, Possibly Meaning "invaluable." 
  • Dante This Italian Name Is Most Associated With Dante's Inferno, Part Of Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy. Inferno Details The... Read More
  • Dona: Short Form Of Italian Adona, Meaning "my Lord."
  • Orabella: Italian Name Meaning "golden Beautiful."
  • Adolfo: Italian Form Of Latin Adolfus, Meaning "noble Wolf."
  • Desiderio M Italian, Spanish Italian And Spanish Form Of Desiderius
  • Bonaventura M Italian Means "good Fortune" In Italian...
  • Natale: Italian Form Of Latin Natalia, Meaning "birthday," Or In Church Latin "christmas Day."
  • Stefano: Italian Form Of Latin Stephanus, Meaning "crown."
  • Corrado M Italian Italian Form Of Conrad...
  • Annunciata: Variant Spelling Of Italian Annunziata, Meaning "announces."
  • Angela F English, Italian, German, Dutch, Romanian, Slovene, Slovak, Russian, Macedonian, Late Roman Feminine Form Of Angelus (see Angel)...
  • Anastasio M Italian, Spanish Italian Form Of Anastasius
  • Battista: Italian Name Derived From The Greek Word Bapto, "to Dip," Hence "baptist."
  • Rosalva: Variant Spelling Of Italian Rosalba, Meaning "rose Of Dawn."
  • Francesco: Italian Form Of Latin Franciscus, Meaning "french."
  • Gastone: Italian Form Of French Gaston, Meaning "from Gascony."
  • Bertina: Short Form Of Italian Albertina, Meaning "bright Nobility." 
  • Colombo: Italian Form Of Latin Columba, Meaning "dove."
  • Emanuela F Italian, Croatian Italian And Croatian Feminine Form Of Emmanuel
  • Michele: Italian Form Of Greek Micha?l (hebrew Miyka'el), Meaning "who Is Like God?"
  • Anselmo: Italian And Spanish Form Of German Anselm, Meaning "divine Helmet."
  • Dario M Italian, Croatian Italian Form Of Darius
  • Agostino M Italian Italian Form Of Augustinus (see Augustine (1)).
  • Giosuè: Italian Form Of Hebrew Yehowshuwa, Meaning "god Is Salvation."
  • Elisabetta: Italian Form Of Greek Elisabet, Meaning "god Is My Oath."
  • Assunta F Italian Italian Cognate Of Asunción

  • Meo: Short Form Of Italian Bartolomeo, Meaning "son Of Talmai."
  • Robertina: Italian And Spanish Diminutive Form Of Latin Roberta, Meaning "bright Fame."
  • Fiore: Medieval Italian Unisex Name Derived From The Word Fiore, Meaning "flower."
  • Adone: Italian Form Of Hebrew Adoniyah, Meaning "my Lord."
  • Jacopo: Italian Form Of Latin Jacobus, Meaning "supplanter."
  • Vincente: Italian Form Of Latin Vincentius, Meaning "conquering."
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  • Fulvio: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Fulvius, Meaning "yellow."
  • Macario: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Latin Macarius, Meaning "blessed."
  • Vegliantino [vail-yan-te'-no]: Italian Name Meaning "the Little Vigilant One." This Is The Name Of The Famous Steed Of Orlando, Called In French Romance Veillantif, Orlando Being Called Roland. 
  • Vittorio: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Victorius, Meaning "conqueror."
  • Basilio: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Basilius, Meaning "king."
  • Silvano: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Silvanus, Meaning "from The Forest."
  • Sebastiana: Feminine Form Of Italian Sebastiano, Meaning "from Sebaste," A Town In Asia Minor. 
  • Bice F Italian Short Form Of Beatrice
  • Alphonso: Variant Spelling Of Italian/spanish Alfonso, Meaning "noble And Ready."
  • Luca: Italian Form Of Latin Lucas, Meaning "from Lucania." In Use By The Romani.
  • Salvatore: Italian Form Of Latin Salvator, Meaning "savior." 
  • Mona: Short Form Of Italian Simona, Meaning "hearkening." Compare With Other Forms Of Mona.
  • Bertrando: Italian Form Of Latin Bertramus, Meaning "bright Raven." 
  • Rosetta: Italian Diminutive Form Of Latin Rosa, Meaning "little Rose."
  • Luciano: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Lucianus, Meaning "light."
  • Paolina: Feminine Form Of Italian Paolino, Meaning "small."
  • Leonardo A Strong Male Name With A Fierce Meaning Of "lion" And "bold", This Boy Name Has Spanned Centuries From Artist Leonardo Da... Read More
  • Severino: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Roman Latin Severinus, Meaning "stern."
  • Nora: Short Form Of Italian Names Ending With -nora, Such As Eleonora And Leonora. Compare With Another Form Of Nora.
  • Matteo Italian: Gift Of God

  • Bibiana: Italian And Spanish Form Of Roman Latin Viviana, Meaning "alive." 
  • Ludovico: Italian Form Of Latin Ludovicus, Meaning "famous Warrior."
  • Marcella: Feminine Form Of Italian Marcello, Meaning "defense" Or "of The Sea." Compare With Another Form Of Marcella.
  • Adriana: Feminine Form Of Latin Adrianus, Spanish Adrián, And Italian Adriano, All Meaning "from Hadria." 
  • Pio: Italian And Portuguese Form Of Latin Pius, Meaning "pious."
  • Leopoldo: Italian Form Of Old High German Liutpold, Meaning "people-bold." In Use By The Portuguese And Spanish.
  • Celio: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Cælius, Meaning "heaven."
  • Gino: Short Form Of Italian Names Ending With The Diminutive Suffix -gino, Such As Ambrogino "little Immortal One," And Giorgino "little Farmer."
  • Cirillo M Italian Italian Form Of Cyril
  • Camillo M Italian Italian Form Of Camillus
  • Luisella: Italian Pet Form Of Spanish Luisa, Meaning "famous Warrior."
  • Mauro: Italian Form Of Latin Mauricius, Meaning "dark-skinned; Moor."
  • Gianmaria: Italian Compound Name Composed Of Gianni "god Is Gracious" And Maria, "obstinate, Rebellious." 
  • Elmo: Italian Name Of Germanic Origin, Derived From The Element Helm, Meaning "helmet, Protection." 
  • Michelina: Pet Form Of Italian Michela, Meaning "who Is Like God?"
  • Achille M French, Italian French And Italian Form Of Achilles
  • Fulvia: Feminine Form Of Italian Fulvio, Meaning "yellow."
  • Narciso: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Latin Narcissus, Possibly Meaning "numbness; Sleep."
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  • Mafalda: Italian Form Of Latin Mathilda, Meaning "mighty In Battle."
  • Innocenzo: Italian Form Of Latin Innocentius, Meaning "harmless, Innocent."
  • Genoveffa: Italian Form Of Celtic Genovefa, Probably Meaning "race Of Women."
  • Italian: God Is My Strength; Feminine Form Of Gabriel
  • Vico: Pet Form Of Italian Vicenzo, Meaning "conqueror."
  • Riccarda: Feminine Form Of Italian Riccardo, Meaning "powerful Ruler."
  • Benigna: Feminine Form Of Italian Benigno, Meaning "kind."
  • Lodovico: Italian Form Of German Ludwig, Meaning "famous Warrior."
  • Federigo: Italian Form Of Latin Fredericus, Meaning "peaceful Ruler."
  • Amalia F Spanish, Italian, Romanian, Dutch, German, Ancient Germanic (latinized) Latinized Form Of The Germanic Name Amala, A Short Form Of Names Beginning With The Element Amal Meaning "work".
  • Alessio M Italian Italian Form Of Alexis
  • Pellegrino: Italian Form Of Latin Peregrinus, Meaning "wanderer."
  • Pierina: Pet Form Of Italian Piera, Meaning "rock, Stone."

  • Fausto: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Roman Latin Faustus, Meaning "lucky."
  • Raimonda: Feminine Form Of Italian Raimondo, Meaning "wise Protector."
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  • Benedetta F Italian Italian Feminine Form Of Benedict
  • Vitalia: Feminine Form Of Italian Vitale, Meaning "of Life; Vital." Compare With Another Form Of Vitalia.
  • Silvio: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Roman Latin Silvius, Meaning "from The Forest." 
  • Ermete: Italian Name Derived From Latin Hermes, Meaning "of The Earth."
  • Piero: Italian Form Of Latin Petrus, Meaning "rock, Stone."
  • Emidio M Italian From The Late Latin Name Emygdius, Which Was Possibly A Latinized Form Of A Gaulish Name (of Unknown Meaning)...
  • Aurelia F Ancient Roman, Romanian, Italian, Spanish, Polish Feminine Form Of Aurelius
  • Taddeo: Italian Form Of Latin Thaddaeus, Meaning "courageous, Large-hearted."
  • Duilio M Italian, Spanish From The Roman Name Duilius, Which Is Possibly Derived From Latin Duellum "war"...
  • Short Form Of Italian Names Ending With -pino, Such As Crispino, Meaning "curly(-headed)." 
  • Romana: Feminine Form Of Italian Romano, Meaning "roman." 
  • Cristiano M Italian, Portuguese Italian And Portuguese Form Of Christian...
  • Ulisse: Italian Form Of Latin Ulixes, Probably Meaning "to Be Angry, To Hate."
  • Cleto: Short Form Of Italian/spanish Anacleto, Meaning "called Back, Invoked."
  • Enzo: Short Form Of Longer Italian Names Containing -enzo, Such As Vicenzo "conquering" And Lorenzo "of Laurentum."
  • Gioconda: Italian Name Derived From Latin Jucunda, Meaning "happy."
  • Achille: French And Italian Form Of Latin Achilles, Possibly Meaning "he Who Embodies The Grief Of The People."
  • Vitale: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Vitalis, Meaning "of Life; Vital."
  • Elario: Variant Spelling Of Italian Ilario, Meaning "joyful, Happy."
  • Aureliana F Italian, Ancient Roman Feminine Form Of Aurelianus
  • Bambi Italian: Pet Name For Bambino, Meaning Little Child; Bambi Is The Fawn Of Walt Disney''s Famous Children''s Storybook And Movie.
  • Eugenio: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Eugenius (2), Meaning "well Born."
  • María: Galician-portuguese, Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Maria, Meaning "obstinacy, Rebelliousness" Or "their Rebellion."
  • Dania (1) F Italian Italian Diminutive Of Daniela
  • Fabiano: Italian Form Of Latin Fabianus, Meaning "like Fabius." 
  • Severiano: Italian And Spanish Form Of Roman Latin Severianus, Meaning "stern."
  • Sansone: Italian Form Of Greek Sampson, Meaning "like The Sun."

  • Vittore: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Victor, Meaning "conqueror."
  • Cesarina F Italian Feminine Diminutive Of Cesare
  • Cristiana F Italian, Portuguese Italian And Portuguese Form Of Christina
  • Dafne: Italian Form Of Greek Daphne, Meaning "laurel."
  • Caterina F Italian, Catalan Italian And Catalan Form Of Katherine
  • Giuliana: Feminine Form Of Italian Giuliano, Meaning "descended From Jupiter (jove)."
  • Udalrico: Variant Spelling Of Italian Ulderico, Meaning "merciful Ruler."
  • Imelda: Italian And Spanish Form Of Teutonic Erminhild, Meaning "all Warrior." 
  • Annunziato M Italian (rare) Masculine Form Of Annunziata
  • Lalia: Short Form Of Italian Eulalia, Meaning "well-spoken."
  • Emanuele: Italian Form Of Latin Emmanuel, Meaning "god Is With Us."
  • Roberto: Italian, Portuguese, And Spanish Form Of Latin Robertus, Meaning "bright Fame."
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  • Savina: Feminine Form Of Italian Savino, Meaning "sabine; A Follower Of Another Religion."
  • Debora F Italian, German, Dutch Italian, German And Dutch Form Of Deborah
  • Crocetta F Italian Diminutive Of Crocifissa
  • Alda: Feminine Form Of Italian Aldo, Meaning "noble."
  • Andreina: Feminine Form Of Italian Andrea, Meaning "man; Warrior."
  • Ciriaco M Italian, Spanish Italian And Spanish Form Of Cyriacus
  • Luigia: Feminine Form Of Italian Luigi, Meaning "famous Warrior."
  • Adona: Feminine Form Of Italian Adone, Meaning "my Lord."
  • Amadeo: Italian Form Of Latin Amadeus, Meaning "to Love God."
  • Clelia F Italian Italian Form Of Cloelia
  • Cristoforo M Italian Italian Form Of Christopher
  • Cornelio M Spanish, Italian Spanish And Italian Form Of Cornelius
  • Alberto: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Albertus, Meaning "bright Nobility."
  • Beatrice: Italian Form Of Latin Viatrix, Meaning "voyager (through Life)."
  • Annunziata: Italian Name Meaning "announces," Referring To The Annunciation. Sometimes Considered A Month Name For March.
  • Porfirio: Italian And Spanish Form Of Greek Porphyrios, Meaning "purple."
  • Brunella F Italian Feminine Diminutive Of Bruno

  • Bibiana F Italian, Spanish, Late Roman Possibly An Early Variant Of Viviana...
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  • Capricia: Elaborated Form Of Italian Caprice, Meaning "impulsive; Ruled By Whim." 
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  • Carla: Feminine Form Of Italian Carlo, Meaning "man." Compare With Another Form Of Carla.
  • Gerolamo: Italian Form Of Latin Hieronymus, Meaning "holy Name."
  • Pia Italian: Pious
  • Fioralba: Italian Name Composed Of The Elements Fiore "flower" And Alba "dawn," Meaning "flower Of Dawn."
  • Elpidio M Italian, Spanish, Portuguese Italian, Spanish And Portuguese Form Of Elpidius
  • Clara F Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Catalan, Romanian, English, Late Roman Feminine Form Of The Late Latin Name Clarus Which Meant "clear, Bright, Famous"...
  • Crescenzo M Italian Italian Form Of Crescentius
  • Elda: Old Italian Form Of German Hilda, Meaning "battle." Not In Use Before The 20th Century. 
  • Ottavia: Feminine Form Of Italian Ottavio, Meaning "eighth."
  • Santuzza: Pet Form Of Italian Santa, Meaning "holy."
  • Goffredo: Italian Form Of Old High German Gottfried, Meaning "god's Peace."
  • Ugo: Italian Form Of Latin Hugo, Meaning "heart," "mind," Or "spirit."
  • Marietta: Italian Diminutive Form Of Latin Maria, Meaning "little Rebel."
  • Luciana: Feminine Form Of Italian Luciano, Meaning "light."
  • Gisella: Italian Form Of German Gisela, Meaning "pledge, Hostage, Noble Offspring."
  • Nunziatina: Pet Form Of Italian Nunzia, Meaning "announces," Referring To The Annunciation. 
  • Italo: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Italus, Meaning "of Italy."

  • Vincenza: Feminine Form Of Italian Vincenzo, Meaning "conquering."
  • Eula: Short Form Of Italian Eulalia, Meaning "well-spoken."
  • Renato: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Latin Renatus, Meaning "reborn."
  • Diodato M Italian Italian Form Of Deodatus
  • Renata: Feminine Form Of Latin Renatus, Meaning "reborn." In Use By The Italians, Portuguese And Spanish.
  • Jemma: Variant Spelling Of Italian Gemma, Meaning "precious Stone."
  • Marzia: Italian Form Of Latin Marcia, Meaning "defense" Or "of The Sea."
  • Umfredo: Italian Form Of Latin Humfridus, Meaning "giant Peace."
  • Alfonsina: Italian Feminine Form Of Italian/spanish Alfonso, Meaning "noble And Ready."
  • Gioachino: Variant Spelling Of Italian Gioacchino, Meaning "jehovah Raises Up."
  • Rufino: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Roman Latin Rufinus, Meaning "red-haired."
  • Cristiana: Feminine Form Of Italian Cristiano, Meaning "believer" Or "follower Of Christ."
  • Bartolomeo M Italian Italian Form Of Bartholomew
  • Antonio: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Antonius, Possibly Meaning "invaluable." 
  • Mariella: Italian Pet Form Of Latin Maria, Meaning "obstinacy, Rebelliousness" Or "their Rebellion."
  • Cosma M Italian Italian Form Of Cosmas
  • Carmelo M Spanish, Italian Spanish And Italian Masculine Form Of Carmel
  • Edvige F Italian Italian Form Of Hedwig
  • Anjelica: Variant Spelling Of Italian Angelica, Meaning "angelic."
  • Rinaldo: Italian Form Of Latin Reginaldus, Meaning "wise Ruler."
  • Desi: Short Form Of Italian/spanish Desiderio, Meaning "longing." This Name Was Borne By The Cuban Actor Desi Arnaz, Husband Of Lucille Ball. 
  • Fabrizio: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Fabricius, Meaning "craftsman."
  • Silvana: Feminine Form Of Italian Silvano, Meaning "from The Forest." 

  • Ciro: Italian Form Of Latin Cyrus, Meaning "like The Sun."
  • Celino: Italian And Spanish Form Of Roman Latin Cælinus, Meaning "heaven."
  • Alfeo: Pet Form Of Italian Alfredo, Meaning "elf Counsel."
  • Bernardetta: Feminine Form Of Italian Bernardo, Meaning "bold As A Bear."
  • Gervasio: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Latin Gervasius, Meaning "spear Servant."
  • Romeo: Italian Name Meaning "one Who Has Made A Pilgrimage To Rome."
  • Nerina: Feminine Form Of Italian Nerio, Meaning "water."
  • Ginevra: Italian Form Of Celtic Genovefa, Probably Meaning "race Of Women."
  • Biaggio M Italian (rare) Variant Of Biagio
  • Balbina F Italian (rare), Portuguese (rare), Ancient Roman Feminine Form Of Balbinus...
  • Graziella: Pet Form Of Italian Graziana, Meaning "pleasing, Agreeable."
  • Angelina F Italian, English, Russian, German, Dutch, Polish, Spanish, Macedonian Latinate Diminutive Of Angela...
  • Rachele: Italian Form Of Hebrew Rachel, Meaning "ewe."
  • Prudenzio: Italian Form Of Latin Prudentius, Meaning "cautious."
  • Giustina: Feminine Form Of Italian Giustino, Meaning "fair, Just."
  • Nicolina: Pet Form Of Italian Nicola, Meaning "victor Of The People."
  • Claudio: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Latin Claudius, Meaning "lame."
  • Lauretta: Italian Diminutive Form Of Latin Laura ("laurel"), Meaning "little Laurel Tree."
  • Pietronella: Italian Form Of Latin Petronilla, Meaning "little Rock."
  • Alonzo M Italian Italian Variant Of Alfonso
  • Giuseppe: Italian Form Of Latin Josephus, Meaning "(god) Shall Add (another Son)." 
  • Arturo: Italian And Spanish Form Of Celtic Arthur, Possibly Meaning "bear-man." 
  • Pina: Short Form Of Italian Names Ending With -pina.
  • Tommaso: Italian Form Of Greek Th?mas, Meaning "twin."
  • Bernardetta F Italian Italian Feminine Form Of Bernard
  • Raniero: Italian Form Of German Reginar, Meaning "wise Warrior."
  • Anunciata: Variant Spelling Of Italian Annunziata, Meaning "announces."
  • Annetta: Italian Diminutive Form Of Latin Anna, Meaning "favor; Grace."
  • Agapito M Spanish, Italian From The Late Latin Name Agapitus Or Agapetus Which Was Derived From The Greek Name ???????? (agapetos) Meaning "beloved"...
  • Donato: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Latin Donatus, Meaning "given (by God)."
  • Valerio: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Roman Latin Valerius, Meaning "to Be Healthy, To Be Strong." 
  • Xaviero: Italian Form Of Basque Xavier, Meaning "a New House."
  • Frediano: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Frigidian, Meaning "cold."
  • Cornelia F German, Romanian, Italian, Dutch, English, Ancient Roman Feminine Form Of Cornelius...
  • Teodoro: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Theodorus, Meaning "gift Of God."
  • Adelina: Italian And Spanish Diminutive Form Of Latin Adela, Meaning "little Noble." Compare With Another Form Of Adelina.
  • Alda (1) F Italian, Portuguese, Ancient Germanic Feminine Form Of Aldo
  • Abele: Italian Form Of Hebrew Hebel, Meaning "breath, Breathing."
  • Fons: Short Form Of Italian/spanish Alfonso, Meaning "noble And Ready."
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  • Alfieri: Italian Surname Transferred To Forename Use, Derived From Spanish Alférez, Meaning "standard Bearer." The Spanish Word, Alférez, Was Borrowed From Arabic Al-fris, Meaning "mounted Fighter" Or "knight," But The Original Meaning Was Not Retained.
  • Manfredo: Italian Form Of Latin Manfredus, Meaning "strong Peace."
  • Azzurra F Italian Means "azure, Sky Blue" In Italian.
  • Gaspare: Italian Form Of Portuguese/spanish Gaspar, Meaning "treasure Bearer." 
  • Dionisio M Spanish, Italian Spanish And Italian Form Of Dionysius
  • Elio M Italian Italian Form Of Aelius Or Helios
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  • Baldo M Italian, Spanish Short Form Of Baldovino, Teobaldo And Other Names Containing The Germanic Element Bald "bold, Brave".
  • Nilda: Short Form Of Italian/spanish Brunilda, Meaning "armored Warrior Woman."
  • Prospero: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Prosperus, Meaning "fortunate, Successful." Shakespeare Used This Name In His Play "the Tempest."
  • Erminio: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Herminius, Meaning "of The Earth."
  • Gabriele: Italian Form Of Latin Gabrielus, Meaning "man Of God" Or "warrior Of God."
  • Pino: Italian And Spanish Name Derived From The Word Pino, Meaning "pine Tree." 
  • Agata: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Agatha, Meaning "good." Compare With Another Form Of Agata.
  • Urbano: Italian And Spanish Form Of Roman Latin Urbanus, Meaning "of The City."
  • Romhilda: Lombardic Italian Name Composed Of The Germanic Elements Hrom "fame" And Hild "battle," Hence "famous Battle."
  • Amadeo M Italian Italian Variant Of Amadeus...
  • Felìcita: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Felicitas, Meaning "fortune; Good Luck."
  • Susana: Variant Spelling Of Latin Susanna, Meaning "lily." In Use By The Italians, Portuguese And Spanish.
  • Livio: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Livius, Possibly Meaning "bluish."
  • Domenico M Italian Italian Form Of Dominic...
  • Basilio M Italian, Spanish Italian And Spanish Form Of Basil (1)
  • Clarissa F English, Italian, Portuguese Latinate Form Of Clarice
  • Aldo: Short Form Of Italian Aldobrandino, Meaning "little Old Sword." Compare With Another Form Of Aldo.
  • Nino: Short Form Of Italian Giannino, Meaning "god Is Gracious."
  • Filiberto: Italian Form Of Latin Filbertus, Meaning "very Bright."
  • Brigida F Italian, Spanish Italian And Spanish Form Of Bridget
  • Giorgino: Diminutive Form Of Italian Giorgio, Meaning "little Earth-worker, Farmer."
  • Savio: Italian Name Meaning "clever."
  • Beatrice F Italian, English, Swedish Italian Form Of Beatrix...
  • Andreina F Italian Feminine Form Of Andrea (1)
  • Cirino: Pet Form Of Italian Ciro, Meaning "like The Sun."
  • Bonifacio: Italian Form Of Latin Bonifatius, Meaning "good Destiny/fate." 
  • Cipriano M Italian, Spanish, Portuguese Italian, Spanish And Portuguese Form Of Cyprianus (see Cyprian).
  • Crocetta: Pet Form Of Italian Crocifissa, Meaning "cross; Crucifix" Or "way Of The Cross." 
  • Nunzio: Masculine Form Of Italian Nunzia, Meaning "announces," Referring To The Annunciation. Also A Month Name For March.
  • Gianni: Contracted Form Of Italian Giovanni, Meaning "god Is Gracious."
  • Arrigo: Italian Form Of German Hariric, Meaning "army Ruler."
  • Crocifisso: Old Italian Name Meaning "cross; Crucifix" Or "way Of The Cross." 
  • Sylvana: Variant Spelling Of Italian Silvana, Meaning "from The Forest."
  • Giorgia: Feminine Form Of Italian Giorgio, Meaning "earth-worker, Farmer."
  • Eusebio: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Latin Eusebius, Meaning "pious."
  • Anselmo M Italian, Spanish, Portuguese Italian, Spanish And Portuguese Form Of Anselm
  • Liliana Italian: Lily
  • Brizio: Short Form Of Italian Fabrizio, Meaning "craftsman."
  • Guiditta: Italian Form Of Hebrew Yehuwdiyth, Meaning "jewess" Or "praised."
  • Amadore: Italian Form Of Latin Amator, Meaning "lover."
  • Alvise: Italian Name Derived From The Patronymic Surname Alvisio, Which Ultimately Derived From Germanic Hlodovic, Thus Sharing The Same Etymology As French Louis, Meaning "famous Warrior."
  • Andrea (1) M Italian Italian Form Of Andreas (see Andrew)...
  • Aldo M Italian, Portuguese, Ancient Germanic Originally A Short Form Of Germanic Names Beginning With The Element Ald "old", And Possibly Also With Adal "noble".
  • Italian: Variant Of Hebrew Susannah. In The Apocryphal Book Of Tobit Susannah Courageously Defended Herself Against Wrongful Accusation...
  • Consolata: Italian Form Of Spanish Consuelo, Meaning "consolation."
  • Alfonso M Spanish, Italian Spanish And Italian Form Of A Visigothic Germanic Name, Probably Meaning "noble And Ready", From The Element Adal "noble" Combined With Funs "ready"...
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  • Gerardo: Italian And Spanish Form Of Old High German Gerhard, Meaning "spear Strong."
  • Artemio M Italian, Spanish Italian And Spanish Form Of Artemios
  • Arabella: Italian Name Meaning "answered Prayer." Compare With Another Form Of Arabella.
  • Giorgina: Pet Form Of Italian Giorgia, Meaning "earth-worker, Farmer."
  • Antonia Italian: Priceless
  • Immacolata: Italian Form Of Latin Immaculata, Meaning "immaculate."
  • Vincenzo: Italian Form Of Latin Vincentius, Meaning "conquering."
  • Elena: Italian And Spanish Form Of Greek Helén?, Possibly Meaning "torch."
  • Calogero M Italian From The Late Latin Name Calogerus Which Meant "beautiful Elder" From Greek ????? (kalos) "beautiful" And ????? (geron) "old Man, Elder"...
  • Tina: Short Form Of Italian Names Ending With -tina.
  • Attilio M Italian Italian Form Of The Roman Family Name Atilius, Which Is Of Unknown Etruscan Origin...
  • Mattia: Italian Form Of Hebrew Mattithyah, Meaning "gift Of God."
  • Cinzia F Italian Italian Form Of Cynthia
  • Martino: Italian Form Of Latin Martinus, Meaning "of/like Mars."
  • Andrea: Italian Form Of Greek Andreas, Meaning "man; Warrior."
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  • Annunciata F Italian Variant Of Annunziata
  • Pasquale: Italian Form Of Latin Paschalis, Meaning "passover; Easter."
  • Cosimo M Italian Italian Variant Of Cosmas...
  • Giraldo: Italian Form Of Latin Geraldus, Meaning "spear Ruler."
  • Damiano: Italian Form Of Latin Damianus, Meaning "to Tame, To Subdue" And Euphemistically "to Kill." 
  • Assunta: Italian Form Of Spanish Asunción, Meaning "assumption."
  • Ferro: Old Italian Byname For Someone With A Strong Physique, Meaning "iron."
  • Arcangelo: Italian Name Meaning "archangel."
  • Bice: Pet Form Of Italian Beatrice, Meaning "voyager (through Life)."
  • Augusto M Spanish, Italian, Portuguese Spanish, Italian And Portuguese Form Of Augustus
  • Biaggio: Variant Spelling Of Italian Biagio, Meaning "talks With A Lisp."
  • Rosalie Italian: Rose
  • Gabriella Hebrew Origin
  • Costantino: Italian Form Of Latin Constantinus, Meaning "steadfast."
  • Rosina: Italian Pet Form Of Latin Rosa, Meaning "rose."
  • Lorenzo: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Laurentius, Meaning "of Laurentum."
  • Raffaela: Variant Spelling Of Italian Raffaella, Meaning "healed Of God" Or "whom God Has Healed."
  • Bertoldo: Italian Form Of German Berthold, Meaning "bright Ruler."
  • Pancrazio: Italian Form Of Latin Pancratius, Meaning "all Power."
  • Elsa F English, German, Swedish, Finnish, Italian Short Form Of Elisabeth
  • Bianca: Italian Form Of French Blanche, Meaning "white." 
  • Bonifacio M Italian, Spanish, Portuguese Italian, Spanish And Portuguese Form Of Bonifatius (see Boniface).
  • Battista M Italian Italian Form Of Baptiste
  • Anatolio: Italian Form Of Latin Anatolius, Meaning "east" And "sunrise."
  • Adriano: Italian Form Of Latin Adrianus, Meaning "from Hadria." 
  • Colombano M Italian Italian Form Of Columbanus
  • Letizia: Italian Form Of Latin Lætitia, Meaning "happiness."
  • Colombo M Italian Italian Form Of Columba
  • Cosimo: Italian Form Of Latin Cosmo, Meaning "order, Beauty."
  • Diana F English, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Catalan, German, Dutch, Romanian, Russian, Bulgarian, Lithuanian, Roman Mythology Probably Derived From An Old Indo-european Root Meaning "heavenly, Divine", Related To Dyeus (see Zeus)...
  • Angelica: Feminine Form Of Italian Angelico, Meaning "angelic." 
  • Ambrogino M Italian Diminutive Of Ambrogio
  • Placido: Italian Form Of Latin Placidus, Meaning "calm, Placid."
  • Chiarina F Italian Diminutive Of Chiara
  • Benvenuto M Italian Means "welcome" In Italian...
  • Fillipo: Variant Spelling Of Italian Filippo, Meaning "lover Of Horses."
  • Emanuele M Italian Italian Form Of Emmanuel
  • Teofilo: Italian Form Of Latin Theophilus, Meaning "friend Of God."
  • Rosangela: Italian Compound Name Composed Of Rosa "rose" And Angela "angel," Hence "rose-angel."
  • Matteo: Italian Form Of Hebrew Mattithyah, Meaning "gift Of God."
  • Napoleone: Rare Italian Name Traditionally Translated As "lion Of Naples" But Only Because Of Its Association With The Name Napoli "naples" And The Word Leone "lion." Etymologists Now Believe The Name To Be Of Germanic Origin, Probably From Elvish Nibelungen "sons Of The Mist," The Name Of A Race Of Dwarfs; Hence "elf, Dwarf, Nibelung (son Of The Mist)." 
  • Bonfilia: Feminine Form Of Italian Bonfilio, Meaning "good Daughter."
  • Ovidio: Italian And Spanish Form Of Roman Latin Ovidius, Meaning "sheep Herder."
  • Carlo: Italian Form Of Latin Carolus, Meaning "man."
  • Caj: Short Form Of Italian Cajetan, Meaning "from Caieta (gaeta, Italy)." Compare With Another Form Of Caj.
  • Romano: Italian Form Of Latin Romanus, Meaning "roman."
  • Patrizia: Feminine Form Of Italian Patrizio, Meaning "patrician; Of Noble Birth."
  • Daria F Italian, Polish, Romanian, English, Croatian, Late Greek (latinized) Feminine Form Of Darius...
  • Coco: Originally From The Italian Occupational Name For A "cook," It Is Now In Continental Use As A Pet Form Of Longer Names Beginning With Co-.
  • Emiliana F Italian, Spanish, Portuguese Feminine Form Of Emiliano
  • Pantaleone: Italian Form Of Latin Pantaleon, Meaning "all-merciful."
  • Raffaello: Italian Form Of Hebrew Rephael, Meaning "healed Of God" Or "whom God Has Healed."
  • Celino M Italian (rare), Spanish (rare) Italian And Spanish Form Of Caelinus Or A Short Form Of Marcelino.
  • Filippo: Italian Form Of Latin Philippus, Meaning "lover Of Horses."
  • Palmira: Feminine Form Of Italian Palmiro, Meaning "pilgrim." This Name Is Sometimes Given To Babies Born On Palm Sunday.
  • Doriano M Italian Italian Form Of Dorian
  • Alfreda F Polish, German, Italian, English Feminine Form Of Alfred
  • Rosannah: Variant Spelling Of Italian Rosanna, Meaning "rose Of Grace."
  • Vanna: Short Form Of Italian Giovanna, Meaning "god Is Gracious." Compare With Another Form Of Vanna.
  • Valentino: Italian Form Of Latin Valentinus, Meaning "healthy, Strong."
  • Angelico: Italian Form Of Latin Angelicus, Meaning "angelic."
  • Vittoria: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Victoria, Meaning "conqueror" Or "victory."
  • Lucio: Italian And Spanish Form Of Roman Latin Lucius, Meaning "light."
  • Ravenna: Either From The Italian City Name, Of Unknown Meaning, Or A Feminine Form Of English Unisex Raven, Meaning "raven (the Bird)."
  • Crocifissa F Italian Means "crucifix" In Italian.
  • Clio F Greek Mythology (latinized), Italian Latinized Form Of Kleio
  • Abele M Italian Italian Form Of Abel
  • Bernardino M Italian, Spanish, Portuguese Diminutive Of Bernardo
  • Ilario: Italian Form Of Latin Hilarius, Meaning "joyful; Happy." 

 

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