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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.

  • Giambattista: Variant Spelling Of Italian Gianbattista, Meaning "god Is Gracious" And "baptist."
  • Loris: Diminutive Form Of Italian Lorenzo, Meaning "of Laurentum." 
  • Carla F Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Catalan, English, German, Dutch Feminine Form Of Carlo, Carlos Or Carl
  • Arsenio M Spanish, Portuguese, Italian Spanish, Portuguese And Italian Form Of Arsenios
  • Brunilda: Italian And Spanish Form Of Old Norse Brynhildr, Meaning "armored Warrior Woman." 
  • Valeria: Feminine Form Of Italian Valerio, Meaning "to Be Healthy, To Be Strong." Compare With Another Form Of Valeria.
  • Elvira F Spanish, Italian Spanish Form Of A Visigothic Name, Possibly Composed Of The Germanic Elements Ala "all" And Wer "true".

  • Amato M Italian Italian Form Of Amatus
  • Samuele: Italian Form Of Greek Samouel, Meaning "heard Of God," "his Name Is El," Or "name Of God."
  • Aria An Italian Word Meaning "air" Or "melody," Aria Is Also The Hebrew Word For "lioness." As A Musical Term, The Word Refers... Read More
  • Efisio: Italian Form Of Latin Ephesius, Meaning "from Ephesus."
  • Chiara: Italian Form Of Latin Clara, Meaning "clear, Bright."
  • Calvino: Italian Form Of Latin Calvinus, Meaning "little Bald One."
  • Pasqualina: Feminine Form Of Italian Pasqualino, Meaning "passover; Easter."
  • Eufemia: Italian Form Of Greek Euphêmia, Meaning "well I Speak."
  • Albano M Italian Italian Form Of Albanus (see Alban).
  • Selvaggia: Italian Name Meaning "wild."
  • Clemente M Italian, Spanish Italian And Spanish Form Of Clemens (see Clement).
  • Norina: Diminutive Form Of Italian Nora, A Short Form Of Italian Names Ending With -nora, Such As Eleonora And Leonora.
  • Ottavio: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Octavius, Meaning "eighth."
  • Baldassare M Italian Italian Form Of Balthazar
  • Detta: Short Form Of Italian Names Ending With -detta.
  • Concetta: Italian Form Of Spanish Concepción, Meaning "conception."
  • Corrado: Italian Form Of German Conrad, Meaning "bold Counsel."
  • Sandra: Short Form Of Italian Alessandra, Meaning "defender Of Mankind."
  • Virgilio: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Latin Virgilius, Possibly Meaning "flourishing." 
  • Mosè: Italian Form Of Hebrew Moshe (greek Mouses), Meaning "drawn Out."
  • Sesto: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Sextus, Meaning "sixth."
  • Pepe: Diminutive Form Of Italian Giuseppe, Meaning "(god) Shall Add (another Son)." Compare With Another Form Of Pepe.
  • Durante M Italian Italian Form Of The Late Latin Name Durans Which Meant "enduring".
  • Simona: Feminine Form Of Italian Simone, Meaning "hearkening."
  • Vanni: Short Form Of Italian Giovanni, Meaning "god Is Gracious."
  • Thorello: Italian Name Derived From The Word Torello, Meaning "young Bull."
  • Xaviera: Feminine Form Of Italian Xaviero, Meaning "a New House."
  • Ampelio: Italian Form Of Latin Ampelius, Meaning "vine."
  • Daniela: Feminine Form Of Italian Daniele, Meaning "god Is My Judge." Compare With Another Form Of Daniela.

  • Adalina: Variant Spelling Of Italian/spanish Adelina, Meaning "little Noble."
  • Venceslao: Italian Form Of Middle Latin Venceslaus, Meaning "more Glory." 
  • Abelie: Italian Form Of Latin Abelia, The Name Of A Genus Of "honeysuckle." 
  • Angelino M Italian, Spanish Diminutive Of Angelo Or Ángel
  • Bettina: Pet Form Of Italian Benedetta, Meaning "blessed." Compare With Another Form Of Bettina.
  • Arrigo M Italian Italian Form Of Henry
  • Elettra F Italian Italian Form Of Electra
  • Germano: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Germanus, Meaning "from Germany."
  • Edvige: Italian Form Of German Hedwig, Meaning "contending Battle."
  • Nevio: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Naevius, Meaning "spotted."
  • Michela: Feminine Form Of Italian Michele, Meaning "who Is Like God?"
  • Eliodoro: Italian Form Of Greek Heliodoros, Meaning "gift Of The Sun."
  • Elisa F German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Finnish, English Short Form Of Elisabeth
  • Daniele M Italian Italian Form Of Daniel
  • Cesarino M Italian Diminutive Of Cesare
  • Amerigo M Italian Medieval Italian Form Of Emmerich...
  • Brunilda F Spanish, Italian, Portuguese Spanish, Italian And Portuguese Form Of Brünhild
  • Amedeo M Italian Italian Form Of Amadeus...
  • Serafina: Feminine Form Of Italian Serafino, Meaning "burning One" Or "serpent." Compare With Other Forms Of Serafina.
  • Ada F English, German, Polish, Hungarian, Italian, Finnish Short Form Of Adelaide And Other Names Beginning With The Same Sound...
  • Bernardo: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Bernardus, Meaning "bold As A Bear."
  • Ottaviano: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Octavianus, Meaning "eighth."
  • Severo: Italian And Spanish Form Of Roman Latin Severus, Meaning "stern."
  • Albertina F Italian, German, Dutch, Portuguese Feminine Diminutive Of Albert
  • Alice F English, French, Portuguese, Italian From The Old French Name Aalis, A Short Form Of Adelais, Itself A Short Form Of The Germanic Name Adalheidis (see Adelaide)...
  • Calandra: Italian Surname Transferred To Forename Use, Meaning "skylark." This Name May Have Originally Been A Byname For Someone With A Good Singing Voice.

  • Arduino M Italian Italian Form Of Hartwin
  • Celestina: Feminine Form Of Italian/spanish Celestino, Meaning "heavenly."
  • Celio M Italian, Spanish, Portuguese Italian, Spanish And Portuguese Form Of Caelius
  • Antonietta: Diminutive Form Of Latin Antonia, Possibly Meaning "invaluable." In Use By The Italians And Spanish.
  • Pietro: Italian Form Of Latin Petrus, Meaning "rock, Stone."
  • Carlo M Italian Italian Form Of Charles
  • Arcangelo M Italian Means "archangel" In Italian.
  • Cinzia: Italian Form Of Latin Cynthia, Meaning "woman From Kynthos."
  • Berta F Polish, Czech, Hungarian, German, Spanish, Catalan, Italian, Slovene Form Of Bertha
  • Perlita: Pet Form Of Italian/spanish Perla, Meaning "pearl."
  • Emiliano: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Æmilianus, Meaning "rival."
  • Romolo: Italian Form Of Latin Romulus, Meaning "from Rome."
  • Bettino M Italian Diminutive Of Benedetto
  • Nicoletta: Pet Form Of Italian Nicola, Meaning "victor Of The People."
  • Gilda: Italian Name Derived From The Germanic Element Gild, Meaning "sacrifice." Compare With Other Forms Of Gilda.
  • Nicostrato: Italian Form Of Latin Nicostratus, Meaning "victory-army."
  • Ferruccio: Pet Form Of Italian Ferro, Meaning "iron."
  • Aurora F Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, English, German, Romanian, Finnish, Roman Mythology Means "dawn" In Latin...
  • Cesare: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Cæsar, Meaning "severed."
  • Cecilia F English, Italian, Spanish, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish, Dutch, German Latinate Feminine Form Of The Roman Family Name Caecilius, Which Was Derived From Latin Caecus "blind"...
  • Remo: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Remus, Meaning "oar," But Sometimes Translated As "swift."
  • Riccardo: Italian Form Of Latin Ricardus, Meaning "powerful Ruler."
  • Demetrio: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Latin Demetrius, Meaning "loves The Earth" Or "follower Of Demeter."
  • Aldobrandino: Italian Name Of Germanic Origin, Meaning "little Old Sword."
  • Sandro: Short Form Of Italian Alessandro, Meaning "defender Of Mankind."
  • Giada: Italian Name Meaning "jade."
  • Elia: Italian Form Of Hebrew Eliyah, Meaning "the Lord Is My God." 
  • Gianmarco: Italian Compound Name Composed Of Gianni "god Is Gracious" And Marco "defense" Or "of The Sea."
  • Augusto: Italian And Spanish Latin Augustus, Meaning "venerable."
  • Flavio: Italian And Spanish Form Of Roman Latin Flavius, Meaning "yellow Hair."
  • Delia (1) F English, Italian, Spanish, Greek Mythology Means "of Delos" In Greek...
  • Danilo M Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Slovene, Serbian, Croatian Cognate Of Daniel
  • Corradino M Italian Diminutive Of Corrado
  • Angiola: Feminine Form Of Italian Angiolo, Meaning "angel, Messenger."
  • Gaetano: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Caietanus, Meaning "from Caieta (gaeta, Italy)."
  • Biagio: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Blasius, Meaning "talks With A Lisp."

  • Angiolo: Florentine Italian Form Of Latin Angelus, Meaning "angel, Messenger."
  • Alcide M Italian Italian Form Of Alcides
  • Adamo: Italian Form Of Hebrew Adam, Meaning "earth" Or "red."
  • Latin: Attendant, Servant
  • Florentino: Italian Form Of Latin Florentius, Meaning "blossoming."
  • Nunziatella: Pet Form Of Italian Nunzia, Meaning "announces," Referring To The Annunciation. 
  • Delfina: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Delphina, Meaning "woman From Delphi." 
  • Ercole M Italian Italian Form Of Hercules
  • Orsina: Feminine Form Of Italian Orsino, Meaning "bear-like."
  • Ciriaco: Italian And Spanish Form Of Roman Cyriacus, Meaning "of The Lord."
  • Agnese F Italian, Latvian Italian And Latvian Form Of Agnes
  • Geltrude: Italian Form Of German Gertrude, Meaning "spear Strength."
  • Angioletta: Pet Form Of Italian Angiola, Meaning "little Angel/messenger."
  • Timoteo: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Latin Timotheus, Meaning "to Honor God."
  • Enrica: Feminine Form Of Italian Enrico, Meaning "home-ruler."
  • Ambra F Italian Italian Cognate Of Amber
  • Costanzo: Italian Form Of Latin Constans, Meaning "steadfast." 
  • Ventura Italian: Place Name For A Northern Italian City
  • Domenica: Feminine Form Of Italian Domenico, Meaning "belongs To The Lord." 
  • Marta: Italian And Spanish Form Of Greek Martha, Meaning "lady, Mistress." 
  • Fiorenzo: Italian Form Of Latin Florentius, Meaning "blossoming."
  • Rosanna: Italian Compound Name Composed Of Rosa "rose" And Anna "favor, Grace," Hence "rose Of Grace."
  • Tancredo: Italian Form Of German Tancred, Meaning "thought-counsel."
  • Adele F German, English, Italian, Finnish Form Of Adèle
  • Alfredo: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Alfredus, Meaning "elf Counsel."
  • Marino: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Marinus, Meaning "of The Sea."
  • Federica: Italian Feminine Form Of Italian/spanish Federico, Meaning "peaceful Ruler."
  • Calogera: Feminine Form Of Italian Calogero, Meaning "beautiful Elder."

  • Donna Italian: Lady, A Respectful Title And Female Equivalent Of Don
  • Agapeto: Variant Spelling Of Italian/spanish Agapito, Meaning "beloved."
  • Ponzio: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Pontius, Meaning "of The Sea; Seaman."
  • Catarina F Italian, Portuguese, Occitan, Galician Italian, Portuguese, Occitan And Galician Form Of Katherine
  • Arsenio: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Arsenius, Meaning "virile."
  • Emiliano M Spanish, Italian Spanish And Italian Form Of The Roman Cognomen Aemilianus, Which Was Itself Derived From The Family Name Aemilius (see Emil).
  • Alessandra Italian: Defender Of Mankind; Feminine Form Of Alexander
  • Teodosio: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Theodosius, Meaning "god-giving."
  • Arianna F Italian Italian Form Of Ariadne
  • Antonello M Italian Diminutive Of Antonius (see Anthony).
  • Chiarina: Pet Form Of Italian Chiara, Meaning "clear, Bright."
  • Saveria: Feminine Form Of Italian Saverio, Meaning "a New House."
  • Ines: Italian Form Of English Agnes, Meaning "chaste; Holy."
  • Edmonda F Italian Italian Feminine Form Of Edmund
  • Amedea F Italian Italian Feminine Form Of Amadeus
  • Enrica F Italian Italian Feminine Form Of Henry
  • Eligio: Italian Form Of Latin Eligius, Meaning "to Choose."
  • Raimondo: Italian Form Of Frankish German Raginmund, Meaning "wise Protector."
  • Sebastiano: Italian Form Of Latin Sebastianus, Meaning "from Sebaste."
  • Bruno M German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Croatian, Polish, Ancient Germanic Derived From The Germanic Element Brun "armour, Protection" Or Brun "brown"...
  • Ennio: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Ennius, Possibly Meaning "predestined" Or "favorite Of God."
  • Benedetto M Italian Italian Form Of Benedictus (see Benedict).
  • Silvestro: Italian Form Of Latin Silvester, Meaning "from The Forest."
  • Esta Italian: From The East
  • Adriano M Italian, Portuguese Italian And Portuguese Form Of Adrian
  • Vinicio: Italian And Spanish Form Of Roman Latin Vinicius, Meaning "vine."

  • Samanta: Italian Form Of English Samantha, Meaning "heard Of God," "his Name Is El," Or "name Of God."
  • Gianfranco: Italian Compound Name Composed Of Gianni "god Is Gracious" And Franco "free."
  • Gasparo: Italian Form Of Portuguese/spanish Gaspar, Meaning "treasure Bearer." 
  • Dorotea: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Dorothea, Meaning "gift Of God." Compare With Another Form Of Dorotea.
  • Costanzo M Italian Italian Form Of Constans
  • Colombano: Italian Form Of Latin Columbanus, Meaning "dove."
  • Edoardo: Italian Form Of Latin Eduardus, Meaning "guardian Of Prosperity."
  • Ampelio M Italian Italian Form Of Ampelius, The Latin Form Of The Greek Name ???????? (ampelios), Which Was Derived From ??????? (ampelos) Meaning "vine"...
  • Giacobbe: Italian Form Of Latin Jacobus, Meaning "supplanter."
  • Clara: Feminine Form Of Latin Clarus, Meaning "clear, Bright." In Use By The English And Italians.
  • Alessia: Feminine Form Of Italian Alessio, Meaning "defender." 
  • Alfonsina F Italian Italian Feminine Form Of Alfonso
  • Margherita: Italian Form Of Latin Margarita, Meaning "pearl."
  • Grazia: Italian Form Of Latin Gratia, Meaning "pleasing, Agreeable."
  • Manlio: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Manlius, Meaning "morning."
  • Tiziano: Italian Form Of Latin Titianus, Meaning "of The Titans."
  • Perla: Italian And Spanish Form Of English Pearl, Meaning "pearl."
  • Celso: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Celsus, Meaning "upright, Stately."
  • Nazario: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Nazarius, Meaning "of Nazareth."
  • Edgardo M Spanish, Italian Spanish And Italian Form Of Edgar
  • Giovannetta: Pet Form Of Italian Giovanna, Meaning "god Is Gracious."
  • Beniamino: Italian Form Of Hebrew Binyamin, Meaning "son Of The Right Hand."
  • Alba: Italian And Spanish Name Meaning "dawn."
  • Giordano: Italian Masculine Form Of Hebrew Unisex Yarden, Meaning "flowing Down."
  • Carolina F Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, English, Swedish Latinate Feminine Form Of Carolus...
  • Terenzio: Italian Form Of Latin Terentius, Possibly Meaning "rub, Turn, Twist." 
  • Edmondo M Italian Italian Form Of Edmund
  • Saturnino: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Roman Latin Saturninus, Possibly Meaning "to Sow."
  • Nico: Short Form Of Italian Niccolò, Meaning "victor Of The People."
  • Giachetta: Feminine Pet Form Of Italian Giacomo, Meaning "supplanter."
  • Concetta F Italian Italian Cognate Of Concepción

  • Elma: Feminine Form Of Italian Elmo, Meaning "helmet, Protection."
  • Bertrando M Italian Italian Form Of Bertrand
  • Enrichetta: Old Diminutive Form Of Italian Enrica, Meaning "home-ruler."
  • Duilio: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Duilius, Meaning "war."
  • Simone: Italian Form Of Hebrew Shimown, Meaning "hearkening."
  • Cesare M Italian Italian Form Of Caesar
  • Claretta F Italian Diminutive Of Clara
  • Arnoldo: Italian Form Of Latin Arnoldus, Meaning "eagle Power."
  • Annibale M Italian Italian Form Of Hannibal
  • Bianca Italian: White, Shining; Variant Of Blanche
  • Rino: Short Form Of Italian Names Ending With -rino.
  • Cajetan: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Caietanus, Meaning "from Caieta (gaeta, Italy)."
  • Ruggero: Italian Form Of Latin Rogerius, Meaning "famous Spear."
  • Alessandra F Italian Italian Form Of Alexandra
  • Mimi: Pet Form Of Italian María, Meaning "obstinacy, Rebelliousness" Or "their Rebellion." 
  • Rossella: Variant Spelling Of Italian Rosella, Meaning "rose."
  • Donatello M Italian Diminutive Of Donato...
  • Loreto: From The Italian City Name, Loreto, Meaning "laurel Wood." The City Has Been A Catholic Place Of Pilgrimage Since The 14th Century, For It Is Where The Shrine Of The Holy House Is. According To Legend, After The Fall Of Jerusalem, A Basilica Was Erected Over The Virgin Mary's House. After A Threat Of Destruction By The Turks, Angels Carried The House From Nazareth To Tersatto, Croatia, Then Across The Adriatic To A Forest Near Recantai, And Finally To Loreto. In Use By The English And Irish.
  • Dorotea F Italian, Spanish, Swedish, Finnish, Croatian Form Of Dorothea
  • Nerio: Italian Name Derived From Greek Nereus, Meaning "wet One."

  • Arturo M Italian, Spanish Italian And Spanish Form Of Arthur
  • Tonio: Pet Form Of Italian/spanish Antonio, Possibly Meaning "invaluable." 
  • Anacleto: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Anacletus, Meaning "called Back; Invoked."
  • Ernesto: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Ernestus, Meaning "battle (to The Death), Serious Business."
  • Augostino: Italian Form Of Latin Augustinus, Meaning "venerable."
  • Berengar: Italian Form Of Latin Berengarius, Meaning "bear-spear."
  • Bernardina F Italian Italian Feminine Diminutive Of Bernardo
  • Erminia: Feminine Form Of Italian Erminio, Possibly Meaning "of The Earth."
  • Elnora: Contracted Form Of Italian Eleonora, Meaning "foreign; The Other."
  • Gregario: Italian Form Of Latin Gregorius, Meaning "watchful; Vigilant."
  • Enzio: Italian Form Latin Henricus, Meaning "home-ruler."
  • Donatella: Pet Form Of Italian Donata, Meaning "given (by God)."
  • Baldovino: Italian Form Of Old High German Baldawin, Meaning "brave Friend."
  • Plinio: Italian Form Of Roman Plinius, Of Unknown Meaning. In Use By The Portuguese And Spanish.
  • Ferdinanda: Feminine Form Of Italian Ferdinando, Meaning "ardent For Peace."
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  • Bàrtolo: Short Form Of Italian Bartolomeo, Meaning "son Of Talmai."

  • Fedele: Italian Form Of Spanish Fidel, Meaning "faithful."
  • Ignazio: Italian Form Of Latin Ignatius, Possibly Meaning "unknowing."
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  • Liberatore: Italian Name Meaning "liberator."
  • Aroldo: Italian Form Of English Harold, Meaning "army Leader."
  • Paolo: Italian Form Of Latin Paulus, Meaning "small."
  • Malvolio: Italian Name Invented By Shakespeare For A Character In His Play "twelfth Night," Meaning "ill-will."
  • Antonio M Spanish, Italian, Croatian Spanish And Italian Form Of Antonius (see Anthony)...
  • Alessio: Italian Form Of Latin Alexius, Meaning "defender."
  • Emiliana: Feminine Form Of Italian/spanish Emiliano, Meaning "rival."
  • Giovanna Italian: God Is Gracious; Feminine Form Of Giovanni, The Italian Cognate Of John
  • Colombina F Italian Italian Feminine Diminutive Of Columba...
  • Eleuterio M Spanish, Portuguese, Italian Spanish, Portuguese And Italian Form Of Eleutherius
  • Faramundo: Italian And Spanish Form Of German Faramund, Meaning "journey Protection."
  • Damiano M Italian Italian Form Of Damian
  • Celestino M Spanish, Italian, Portuguese Spanish, Italian And Portuguese Form Of Caelestinus
  • Zeta: Variant Spelling Of Italian Zita, Meaning "little Girl." Compare With Another Form Of Zeta.
  • Orlanda: Feminine Form Of Italian Orlando, Meaning "famous Land." 
  • Lauro: Italian Form Of Latin Laurus, Meaning "laurel."

  • Amelia F English, Spanish, Italian, Polish, Dutch, German, Ancient Germanic Variant Of Amalia, Though It Is Sometimes Confused With Emilia, Which Has A Different Origin...
  • Melchiorre: Italian Form Of Biblical Melchior, Meaning "king Of Light."
  • Celestina F Spanish, Italian Latinate Feminine Form Of Caelestinus
  • Cristina F Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Romanian Italian, Spanish, Portuguese And Romanian Form Of Christina
  • Benigna F Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Late Roman Feminine Form Of Benigno
  • Amerigo: Italian Form Of Latin Americus, Meaning "work-power." 
  • Armida F Italian, Spanish Probably Created By The 16th-century Italian Poet Torquato Tasso For His Epic Poem 'jerusalem Delivered' (1580)...
  • Alba (1) F Italian, Spanish, Catalan This Name Is Derived From Two Distinct Names, Alba (2) And Alba (3), With Distinct Origins, Latin And Germanic...
  • Casimiro: Italian, Portuguese, And Spanish Form Of Latin Casimiria, Meaning "commands Peace."
  • Eleonora F Italian, German, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, Polish, Bulgarian Cognate Of Eleanor
  • Alberta F English, Italian, Portuguese, Polish, German Feminine Form Of Albert...
  • Orsola: Italian Form Of Latin Ursula, Meaning "little She-bear."
  • Petronel: Short Form Of Italian Petronella, Meaning "little Rock."
  • Paola: Feminine Form Of Italian Paolo, Meaning "small."
  • Dina (2) F Italian, Portuguese Short Form Of Names Ending In Dina.
  • Davide M Italian Italian Form Of David
  • Elena F Italian, Spanish, Romanian, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Slovak, Lithuanian, Russian, German, Medieval Slavic Cognate Of Helen, And A Variant Transcription Of Russian Yelena.

  • Caprice Italian: Fanciful, Whimsical; Derived From The Italian Word Capriccio
  • Fiorenza: Feminine Form Of Italian Fiorenzo, Meaning "blossoming."
  • Benedetta: Feminine Form Of Italian Benedetto, Meaning "blessed."
  • Natanaele: Italian Form Of Greek Nathanael, Meaning "given Of God" Or "whom God Gave."
  • Callisto: Italian Form Of Latin Callistus, Meaning "most Beautiful." Compare With Feminine Callisto.
  • Stefania: Feminine Form Of Italian Stefano, Meaning "crown." Compare With Other Forms Of Stefania.
  • Santo: Italian Name Derived Form The Latin Word Santo, Meaning "holy."
  • Enrico: Italian Form Of Latin Henricus, Meaning "home-ruler."
  • Poldi: Pet Form Of Italian Leopoldo, Meaning "people-bold." Compare With Another Form Of Poldi.
  • Donata: Feminine Form Of Italian Donato, Meaning "given (by God)."
  • Cosima: Feminine Form Of Italian Cosimo, Meaning "order, Beauty."
  • Nereza: Variant Spelling Of Italian Nerezza, Meaning "darkness." 
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  • Giosetta: Diminutive Form Of Italian Giuseppina, Meaning "(god) Shall Add (another Son)." 
  • Giorgio: Italian Form Of Latin Georgius, Meaning "earth-worker, Farmer."
  • Amanda F English, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, German, Late Roman In Part This Is A Feminine Form Of Amandus...
  • Alba Italian: White; A Place Name
  • Largo Italian: Wide, Broad; In Music, Largo Indicates A Very Slow Tempo
  • Lino: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Linus, Meaning Either "a Cry Of Grief" Or "flax, Linen."
  • Ezio: Contracted Form Of Italian Enzio, Meaning "home-ruler."
  • Claudia F English, German, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Romanian, Biblical, Ancient Roman Feminine Form Of Claudius...
  • Massimiliano: Italian Form Of Latin Maximilian, Meaning "the Greatest."
  • Celestino: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Cælestinus, Meaning "heavenly."
  • Pompeo: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Pompeius, Possibly Meaning "display, Solemn Procession." 
  • Gualtiero: Italian And Spanish Form Of Old High German Walther, Meaning "ruler Of The Army."
  • Serafino: Italian Form Of Latin Seraphinus, Meaning "burning One" Or "serpent."
  • Ersilia: Italian Form Of Latin Hersilia, Meaning "delicate, Tender."
  • Berenice F English, Italian, Ancient Greek (latinized) Latinized Form Of ???????? (berenike), The Macedonian Form Of The Greek Name ???????? (pherenike), Which Meant "bringing Victory" From ???? (phero) "to Bring" And ???? (nike) "victory"...
  • Milana: Feminine Form Of Czech Milan, A Short Form Of Slavic Names Containing The Element Mil, Meaning "favor, Grace." Compare With Milada. This Name Was Adopted By The Italians In The Early 1900s, And Eventually Came To Be Used As A Contracted Form Of María Elena.
  • Raffaele: Italian Form Of Hebrew Rephael, Meaning "healed Of God" Or "whom God Has Healed."
  • Eustorgio: Italian Form Of Latin Eustorgius, Meaning "content."
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  • Renzo: Short Form Of Italian Lorenzo, Meaning "of Laurentum."
  • Cecilio: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Latin Cæcilius, Meaning "blind."
  • Cirino M Italian, Spanish Diminutive Of Ciro
  • Cosima F Italian Italian Feminine Form Of Cosimo
  • Orlando: Italian Form Of Latin Orlandus, Meaning "famous Land." 
  • Nicola: Feminine Form Of Italian Nicolò, Meaning "victor Of The People."
  • Buonfiglio: Italian Name Meaning "good Son."
  • Giuseppina: Elaborated Form Of Italian Giuseppa, Meaning "(god) Shall Add (another Son)." 
  • Lotterio: Italian Form Of Latin Lotharius, Meaning "loud Warrior."
  • Adalberto M Italian, Spanish, Portuguese Variant Of Alberto
  • Camilla F English, Italian, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, Ancient Roman, Roman Mythology Feminine Form Of Camillus...
  • Sergio Italian: Attendant
  • Amato: Italian Name Derived From Roman Latin Amatus, Meaning "beloved."
  • Guglielmo: Italian Form Of German Wilhelm, Meaning "will-helmet."
  • Rosalba: Italian Compound Name Composed Of Latin Rosa "rose" And Alba "dawn," Hence "rose Of Dawn."
  • Donatella F Italian Diminutive Of Donata
  • Nero: Short Form Of Italian Raniero, Meaning "wise Warrior." Compare With Another Form Of Nero.
  • Biagino: Pet Form Of Italian Biagio, Meaning "talks With A Lisp."
  • Elpidio: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Elpidius, Meaning "hope."
  • Sergio: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Latin Sergius, Possibly Meaning "sergeant."
  • Allegria: Variant Spelling Of Italian Allegra, Meaning "cheerful And Lively."
  • Angelo Never Has A Name Meaning "angel" Seemed So Manly. Angelo Is A Classic Italian Name That Evokes Images Of Mafia Dons And Male... Read More
  • Amando M Portuguese, Spanish, Italian Portuguese, Spanish And Italian Form Of Amandus
  • Diamante: Italian Name Meaning "diamond."
  • Bartolomeo: Italian Form Of Latin Bartolomaeus, Meaning "son Of Talmai."
  • Rosabella: Italian Compound Name Composed Of Latin Rosa "rose" And Bella "beautiful," Hence "beautiful Rose."
  • Tino: Short Form Of Italian Names Ending With The Diminutive Suffix -tino, Meaning "little, Small." 
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  • Osvaldo: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Latin Osvaldus, Meaning "divine Power" Or "divine Ruler."
  • Firmino: Italian Form Of Latin Firminus, Meaning "firm, Steadfast."
  • Lia: Italian Form Of Hebrew Leah, Meaning "weary."
  • Giustino: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Justinus, Meaning "fair, Just."
  • Marzio: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Marcius, Meaning "defense" Or "of The Sea."
  • Agostino: Italian Form Of Latin Augustinus, Meaning "venerable."
  • Bianca F Italian, Romanian Italian Cognate Of Blanche...
  • Nerezza: Modern Italian Name Derived From The Word Nerezza, Meaning "darkness." 
  • Geronimo: Italian Form Of Latin Hieronymus, Meaning "holy Name."
  • Adriana F Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Romanian, Polish, Czech, Slovak, English Feminine Form Of Adrian
  • Erica F English, Swedish, Italian Feminine Form Of Eric...
  • Sonia: Italian And Portuguese Form Of Russian Sonya, Meaning "wisdom." 
  • Rico: Short Form Of Italian Enrico, Meaning "home-ruler." Compare With Another Form Of Rico.
  • Maddalena: Italian Form Of Latin Madelina, Meaning "of Magdala."
  • Guido: Italian Name Derived From Medieval Latin Wido, Meaning "wide."
  • Baldassare: Italian Form Of Greek Baltasar, Meaning "ba'al Protect The King."
  • Alonso: Italian Variant Spelling Of Italian/spanish Alfonso, Meaning "noble And Ready." 
  • Marcellino: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Marcellinus, Meaning "defense" Or "of The Sea."
  • Lucrezia: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Lucretia, Possibly Meaning "wealthy." 
  • Enzo M Italian, French The Meaning Of This Name Is Uncertain...
  • Calvina: Feminine Form Of Of Italian Calvino, Meaning "little Bald One."
  • Tatiana (russian: ???????): Feminine Form Of Latin Tatianus, Probably Meaning "father." In Use By The Italians, Portuguese, Romanians, Russians And Spanish.
  • Edmonda: Feminine Form Of Italian Edmondo, Meaning "protector Of Prosperity."
  • Adelina F Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Romanian, German, Ancient Germanic (latinized) Latinate Diminutive Of Adela
  • Gianpiero: Italian Compound Name Composed Of Gianni "god Is Gracious" And Piero "rock, Stone."
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  • Luigina: Pet Form Of Italian Luigia, Meaning "famous Warrior."
  • Amedeo: Italian Form Of Latin Amadeus, Meaning "to Love God."
  • Antonino: Italian Form Of Latin Antoninus, Possibly Meaning "invaluable." 
  • Tàmmaro: Italian Name Derived From The Byname Tamarri, For Low-class People Who Imitate The Manners Of The Higher Class, Of Germanic Origin, Composed Of The Elements Thank "thought" And Mar "fame," Hence "thinks Of Being Famous."
  • Fiammetta: Italian Name Composed Of The Word Fiamma "fire" And A Diminutive Suffix, Meaning "little Fire."
  • Davide: Italian Form Of Hebrew David, Meaning "beloved."
  • Bernardo M Italian, Spanish, Portuguese Italian, Spanish And Portuguese Form Of Bernard
  • Giuseppa: Feminine Form Of Italian Giuseppe, Meaning "(god) Shall Add (another Son)." 
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  • Agata F Italian, Spanish, Swedish, Polish, Slovene, Russian, Croatian, Serbian Cognate Of Agatha
  • Lothario: Italian Form Of Latin Lotharius, Meaning "loud Warrior."
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  • Elisabetta F Italian Italian Form Of Elizabeth
  • Edoardo M Italian Italian Form Of Edward
  • Angelica F English, Italian, Romanian, Literature Derived From Latin Angelicus Meaning "angelic", Ultimately Related To Greek ??????? (angelos) "messenger"...
  • Clotilde F French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish French Form Of The Germanic Name Chlotichilda Which Was Composed Of The Elements Hlud "fame" And Hild "battle"...
  • Arnaldo M Italian Italian Form Of Arnold
  • Aristide M French, Italian French And Italian Form Of Aristides
  • Emilio M Italian, Spanish, Portuguese Italian, Spanish And Portuguese Form Of Aemilius (see Emil).
  • Attilio: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Attilius, Possibly Meaning "father."
  • Armando M Spanish, Italian, Portuguese Spanish, Italian And Portuguese Form Of Herman
  • Fortunata: Feminine Form Of Italian Fortunato, Meaning "fortunate."
  • Tito: Italian And Spanish Form Of Roman Latin Titus, Meaning "fire; To Burn" Or "straining."
  • Eligio M Italian, Spanish Italian And Spanish Form Of Eligius
  • Crocifissa: Feminine Form Of Italian Crocifisso, Meaning "cross; Crucifix" Or "way Of The Cross." 
  • Noelia: Italian And Spanish Form Of French Noëlle, Meaning "day Of Birth."
  • Marinella: Italian Pet Form Of Roman Latin Marina, Meaning "of The Sea." 
  • Florentina: Feminine Form Of Italian Florentino, Meaning "blossoming."
  • Latin: Keel; One Of The Five Stars In The Orion Constellation
  • Dante M Italian Medieval Short Form Of Durante...
  • Pietrina: Feminine Form Of Italian Pietro, Meaning "rock, Stone."
  • Amedea: Feminine Form Of Italian Amadeo, Meaning "to Love God."
  • Crispino: Italian Form Of Latin Crispinus, Meaning "curly(-headed)."
  • Dafne F Italian Italian Form Of Daphne
  • Graziana: Feminine Form Of Italian Graziano, Meaning "pleasing, Agreeable."
  • Filumena: Italian Form Of Greek Philomena, Meaning "friend Of Ease."
  • Luisa: Feminine Form Of Spanish Luis, Meaning "famous Warrior." Also In Use By The Italians And Portuguese.
  • Giampiero: Variant Spelling Of Italian Gianpiero, Meaning "god Is Gracious" And "rock, Stone."
  • Malvolia: Feminine Form Of Italian Malvolio, Meaning "ill-will."
  • Viviana Italian: Victor
  • Leonzio: Italian Form Of Latin Leontius, Meaning "lion-like."
  • Dino: Short Form Of Italian Aldobrandino, Meaning "little Old Sword," And Other Italian Names Ending With -dino.
  • Zita: Italian Name Meaning "little Girl." 
  • Alessa: Pet Form Of Italian Alessandra, Meaning "defender Of Mankind."
  • Annabella F Italian, English (modern) Latinate Form Of Annabel...
  • Ruggiero: Italian Form Of Latin Rogerius, Meaning "famous Spear."
  • Giulietta: Diminutive Form Of Italian Giulia, Meaning "descended From Jupiter (jove)."
  • Niccolò: Italian Form Of Latin Nicolaus, Meaning "victor Of The People."
  • Callisto (1) M Italian Italian Form Of Callistus
  • Alina (2) F Romanian, German, Italian, Polish Short Form Of Adelina And Names That End In Alina.
  • Alfredo M Italian, Spanish, Portuguese Italian, Spanish And Portuguese Form Of Alfred
  • Angioletto: Pet Form Of Italian Angiolo, Meaning "angel, Messenger."
  • Alberto M Italian, Spanish, Portuguese Italian, Spanish And Portuguese Form Of Albert
  • Azzolino: Pet Form Of Italian Azzo, Meaning "from Acca."
  • Leandro: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Latin Leander, Meaning "lion-man." 
  • Alberico: Italian Form Of Latin Albericus, Meaning "elf Ruler."
  • Salvatrice: Italian Form Of Latin Salvatrix, Meaning "savior."
  • Abramo: Italian Form Of Latin Abrahamus, Meaning "father Of A Multitude." 
  • Efisio M Italian From The Latin Byname Ephesius, Which Originally Belonged To A Person Who Was From The City Of Ephesus In Ionia...
  • Liborio: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Liberius, Meaning "free."
  • Nicola: Italian Form Of Latin Nicolaus, Meaning "victor Of The People."
  • Filomena: Variant Spelling Of Italian Filumena, Meaning "friend Of Ease."
  • Affonso: Italian Form Of Latin Alfonsus, Meaning "noble And Ready."
  • Emilio: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Latin Æmilius, Meaning "rival."
  • Gioacchino: Italian Form Of Hebrew Joachim, Meaning "jehovah Raises Up."
  • Fabio: Italian Name Derived From Roman Latin Fabius, Meaning "bean."
  • Alessandra: Feminine Form Of Italian Alessandro, Meaning "defender Of Mankind."
  • Primo: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Primus, Meaning "first."
  • Gabriella: Feminine Form Of Italian Gabriele, Meaning "man Of God" Or "warrior Of God."
  • Eleonora: Italian Form Of Provençal Aliénor, Meaning "foreign; The Other."
  • Melania: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Melaena, Meaning "black, Dark."

 

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