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Italian Names

A service that offers a variety of boy & girl baby names, including Italian boy & girl baby names with name, meaning, origin and gender.


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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.

  • Umberto: Italian Form Of Latin Humbertus, Possibly Meaning "bright Support." 
  • Annalisa: Italian Compound Name Composed Of Latin Anna "favor; Grace," And Lisa "god Is My Oath." Compare With Another Form Of Annalisa.
  • Ciro M Italian, Spanish Italian And Spanish Form Of Cyrus

  • Bettina (2) F Italian Diminutive Of Benedetta
  • Arianna: Italian Form Of Latin Ariadne, Meaning "utterly Pure."
  • Emilia F Italian, Spanish, Romanian, Finnish, Polish, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, English Feminine Form Of Aemilius (see Emil).
  • Valeriano: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Roman Latin Valerianus, Meaning "to Be Healthy, To Be Strong."
  • Edda (1) F Italian Italian Form Of Hedda
  • Giacinto: Italian Form Of Latin Hyacinthus, Meaning "hyacinth Flower."
  • Fortunato: Italian Form Of Latin Fortunatus, Meaning "fortunate."
  • Norma: Italian Name Invented By Felice Romani In His Libretto For Belini's Opera Of The Same Name, Derived From Latin Norma, Meaning "standard, Rule." Compare With Another Form Of Norma.
  • Rocco: Italian Name Of Derived From The Germanic Element Hrok, Meaning "rest."
  • Adalfieri: Italian Name Meaning "noble Oath."
  • Nestore: Italian Form Of Greek Nestor, Meaning "homecoming."
  • Concetto M Italian Masculine Form Of Concetta
  • Raffaella: Feminine Form Of Italian Raffaello, Meaning "healed Of God" Or "whom God Has Healed." 
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  • Domitilla F Italian, Ancient Roman Feminine Diminutive Of The Roman Family Name Domitius...

  • Benigno M Italian, Spanish, Portuguese Italian, Spanish And Portuguese Form Of The Late Latin Name Benignus Which Meant "kind, Friendly" In Latin...
  • Cirillo: Italian Form Of Latin Cyrillus, Meaning "lord."
  • Concettina: Pet Form Of Italian Concetta, Meaning "conception."
  • Giovanna: Feminine Form Of Italian Giovanni, Meaning "god Is Gracious."
  • Ale M & F Finnish, Italian, Spanish Finnish Short Form Of Aleksanteri Or Aleksi, An Italian Short Form Of Alessandro, And A Spanish Short Form Of Alejandro Or Alejandra.
  • Chiara F Italian Italian Form Of Clara...
  • Benito M Spanish, Italian Spanish Form Of Benedict...
  • Antonino M Italian Italian Form Of The Roman Name Antoninus, Which Was Derived From Antonius (see Anthony)...
  • Bartolommeo: Variant Spelling Of Italian Bartolomeo, Meaning "son Of Talmai."
  • Jovanni: Italian Form Of Latin Johannes, Meaning "god Is Gracious."
  • Gaetana: Feminine Form Of Italian Gaetano, Meaning "from Caieta (gaeta, Italy)."
  • Vicenzo: Contracted Form Of Italian Vincenzo, Meaning "conquering."
  • Cassandra F English, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, French, German, Greek Mythology (latinized) From The Greek Name ????????? (kassandra), Derived From Possibly ???????? (kekasmai) "to Excel, To Shine" And ???? (aner) "man" (genitive ??????)...

  • Demetra F Italian, Romanian, Greek Italian And Romanian Form Of Demeter (1), As Well As A Variant Transcription Of Greek Dimitra.
  • Leonora: Short Form Of Italian Eleonora, Meaning "foreign; The Other."
  • Marco: Italian Form Of Latin Marcus, Meaning "defense" Or "of The Sea."
  • Edmondo: Italian Form Of Anglo-saxon Eadmund, Meaning "protector Of Prosperity."
  • Pasqualino: Pet Form Of Italian Pasquale, Meaning "passover; Easter."
  • Teobaldo: Basque, Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Latin Theobaldus, Meaning "people-bold."
  • Dino M Italian, Croatian Short Form Of Names Ending In Dino Or Tino.
  • Giacomo: Italian Form Of Late Latin Jacomus (english James), Meaning "supplanter."
  • Erasmo M Italian, Spanish, Portuguese Italian, Spanish And Portuguese Form Of Erasmus
  • Bernardino: Pet Form Of Italian Bernardo, Meaning "bold As A Bear."
  • Mario: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Marius, Meaning "male, Virile."
  • Nicolò: Variant Spelling Of Italian Niccolò, Meaning "victor Of The People."
  • Fabrizia: Feminine Form Of Italian Fabrizio, Meaning "craftsman."
  • Arduino: Italian Form Of German Hartwin, Meaning "hardy Friend." 
  • Anastasia F Greek, Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, English, Spanish, Italian, Ancient Greek Feminine Form Of Anastasius...
  • Vera Italian: Place Name For A Town In Italy And Also An Area In Southern California
  • Federico: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Fredericus, Meaning "peaceful Ruler."
  • Santino: Diminutive Form Of Italian Santo, Meaning "little Saint."
  • Alberta: Feminine Form Of Italian Alberto, Meaning "bright Nobility." Compare With Another Form Of Alberta.

  • Annetta F Italian Latinate Diminutive Of Anna
  • Claudio M Italian, Spanish Italian And Spanish Form Of Claudius
  • Colombina: Feminine Form Of Italian Colombano, Meaning "dove."
  • Tonia: Italian And Spanish Short Form Of Latin Antonia, Possibly Meaning "invaluable."
  • Girolamo: Variant Spelling Of Italian Gerolamo, Meaning "holy Name."
  • Orfeo: Italian Form Of Greek Orpheus, Meaning Either "deprived" Or "darkness."
  • Franco: Pet Form Of Italian Francesco, Meaning "french."
  • Antonia (bulgarian: ???????): Feminine Form Of Roman Latin Antonius, Possibly Meaning "invaluable." In Use By The English, Italians And Spanish. Compare With Another Form Of Antonia.
  • Quirino: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Quirinus, Meaning "men Together."
  • Damiana F Italian Italian Feminine Form Of Damian
  • Franca: Short Form Of Italian Francesca, Meaning "french."
  • Carlotta: Pet Form Of Italian Carla, Meaning "man."
  • Azzo: Italian Name Derived From Latin Accius, Meaning "from Acca." Compare With Another Form Of Azzo.
  • Loredana: This Name Was Invented By The Italian Author Luciano Zuccoli For The Heroine Of His Novel L'amore De Loredana. Apparently, It Is A Feminine Form Of The Surname Loredan, Meaning "laurel Grove."
  • Desiderio: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Desiderius, Meaning "longing." 
  • Giulio: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Julius, Meaning "descended From Jupiter (jove)."
  • Amando: Italian And Spanish Form Of Roman Latin Amandus, Meaning "lovable."
  • Vittorino: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Victorinus, Meaning "conqueror."
  • Eloisa F Italian Italian Form Of Eloise
  • Carlita: Feminine Form Of Italian Carlo, Meaning "man."
  • Celia: Italian Form Of Latin Cælia, Probably Meaning "heaven." Compare With Another Form Of Celia.
  • Carola F Italian, German, Dutch, Swedish Feminine Form Of Carolus
  • Adolfo M Italian, Spanish Italian And Spanish Form Of Adolf
  • Tore: Italian Short Form Of Latin Salvatore, Meaning "savior." Compare With Another Form Of Tore.

  • Bertoldo M Italian Italian Form Of Berthold
  • Piera: Feminine Form Of Italian Piero, Meaning "rock, Stone."
  • Annamaria F Italian Combination Of Anna And Maria
  • Ilaria: Feminine Form Of Italian Ilario, Meaning "joyful; Happy." 
  • Cristoforo: Italian Form Of Latin Christophorus, Meaning "christ-bearer." 
  • Ulderico: Italian Form Of Germanic Hulderich, Meaning "merciful Ruler."
  • Leonardo: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of German Leonhard, Meaning "lion-strong."
  • Anjelo: Variant Spelling Of Italian Angelo, Meaning "angel, Messenger."
  • Alessa F Italian Short Form Of Alessandra
  • Drina: Short Form Of Italian/spanish Adriana, Meaning "from Hadria." In Use By The Romani.
  • Remigio: Italian, Portuguese, And Spanish Form Of Roman Latin Remigius, Meaning "oarsman."
  • Eloisa: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Elwisia, Meaning "hale-wide; Very Healthy And Sound." 
  • Amilcare M Italian Italian Form Of Hamilcar
  • Benigno: Italian Form Of Latin Benignus, Meaning "kind."
  • Fredo: Short Form Of Italian Goffredo, Meaning "god's Peace." 
  • Cipriano: Italian Form Of Latin Cyprianus, Meaning "from Cyprus."
  • Gianna: Contracted Form Of Italian Giovanna, Meaning "god Is Gracious."
  • Settimio: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Septimus, Meaning "seventh."

  • Anonciada: Variant Spelling Of Italian Annunziata, Meaning "announces."
  • Bonaventure: Variant Spelling Of Italian Bonaventura, Meaning "good Fortune."
  • Fina: Short Form Of Italian Serafina, Meaning "burning One" Or "serpent." Also Used As A Short Form Of Other Names Ending With -fina. The Masculine Form Is Fino.
  • Cesarino: Pet Form Of Italian Cesare, Meaning "severed."
  • Italian: Defender Of Mankind; Short For Alessandra, Italian Form Of The Greek Alexandra
  • Michelangela: Feminine Form Of Italian Michelangelo, Meaning "who Is Like God?" And "angel, Messenger."
  • Azzurra: Italian Equivalent Of English Azure, Meaning "sky Blue."
  • Aurelio M Italian, Spanish Italian And Spanish Form Of Aurelius
  • Albertina: Diminutive Form Of Italian Alberta, Meaning "bright Nobility."
  • Asia (1) F English (modern), Italian (modern) From The Name Of The Continent, Which Is Perhaps Derived From Akkadian Asu, Meaning "east".
  • Velia: Italian Name Derived From The Roman Family Name Velius, Meaning "concealed."
  • Beppe M Italian Diminutive Of Giuseppe
  • Sabino: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Sabinus, Meaning "sabine; A Follower Of Another Religion."
  • Desideria: Feminine Form Italian/spanish Desiderio, Meaning "longing."
  • Benvenuto: Medieval Italian Name Composed Of The Elements Bene "well" And Venuto "arrived," Hence "well-arrived," I.e. "welcome."
  • Roberta: Feminine Form Of Latin Robertus, Meaning "bright Fame." In Use By The Italians, Portuguese And Spanish. Compare With Another Form Ofroberta.
  • Giulia: Feminine Form Of Italian Giulio, Meaning "descended From Jupiter (jove)."
  • Drago: Italian Form Of Latin Draco, Meaning "dragon." Compare With Another Form Of Drago.
  • Cloe F Spanish, Italian Spanish And Italian Form Of Chloe
  • Ambrogio: Italian Form Of Latin Ambrosius, Meaning "immortal."
  • Vanda: Italian Equivalent Of German Wanda, Meaning "a Wend; A Wanderer," A Term Used To Refer To Migrant Slavs In The Sixth Century. 
  • Colomba F Italian Italian Feminine Form Of Columba
  • Antonia F Italian, Spanish, English, German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Dutch, Polish, Romanian, Ancient Roman Feminine Form Of Antonius (see Anthony).
  • Simonetta: Pet Form Of Italian Simona, Meaning "hearkening."

  • Alex M & F English, Dutch, German, French, Portuguese, Italian, Romanian, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Icelandic Short Form Of Alexander, Alexandra, And Other Names Beginning With Alex.
  • Gina: Pet Form Of Italian Giorgina "earth-worker, Farmer," Luigina "famous Warrior," And Other Italian Names Ending With -gina. Compare With Other Forms Of Gina.
  • Mirella: Italian Form Of French Mireille, Meaning "to Admire."
  • Gustavo: Brazilian-portuguese, Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Gustavus, Meaning "meditation Staff."
  • Donato M Italian, Spanish, Portuguese From The Late Latin Name Donatus Meaning "given"...
  • Giannino: Pet Form Of Italian Giovanni, Meaning "god Is Gracious."
  • Egidio M Italian Italian Form Of Aegidius (see Giles).
  • Samuela: Feminine Form Of Italian Samuele, Meaning "heard Of God," "his Name Is El," Or "name Of God."
  • Caprice: Italian Name Meaning "impulsive; Ruled By Whim." 
  • Ludovica: Feminine Form Of Italian Ludovico, Meaning "famous Warrior."
  • Benedetto: Italian Form Of Latin Benedictus, Meaning "blessed." 
  • Ennio M Italian Italian Form Of The Roman Family Name Ennius Which Is Of Unknown Meaning...
  • Cipriana: Feminine Form Of Italian Cipriano, Meaning "from Cyprus." 
  • Floriana: Feminine Form Of Italian Floriano, Meaning "flower."
  • Lorenza: Feminine Form Of Italian Lorenzo, Meaning "of Laurentum."
  • Costantino M Italian Italian Form Of Constantinus (see Constantine).
  • Anacleto M Italian, Spanish, Portuguese Italian, Spanish And Portuguese Form Of Anacletus
  • Celeste F & M Italian, English Italian Feminine And Masculine Form Of Caelestis...
  • Fiorello: Masculine Diminutive Form Of Italian Unisex Fiore, Meaning "little Flower." Fiorella Is The Feminine Form.
  • Doriano: Italian Form Of Latin Dorianus, Meaning "of The Dorian Tribe."
  • Carmina F Italian, Spanish Variant Of Carmen
  • Paride: Italian Form Of Greek Paris, Probably Meaning "wager." 
  • Barbara F English, Italian, French, German, Polish, Hungarian, Slovene, Croatian, Late Roman Derived From Greek ???????? (barbaros) Meaning "foreign"...
  • Ambra: Italian Form Of English Amber, Meaning "amber."

  • Alvise M Italian Venetian Form Of Louis
  • Siena Italian: A City In The Tuscany Region Of Italy
  • Cross: Short Form Of Italian Crocifisso, Or Croccifixio, Meaning "cross; Crucifix" Or "way Of The Cross."
  • Francesca: Feminine Form Of Italian Francesca, Meaning "french."
  • Giovanni: Italian Form Of Latin Johannes, Meaning "god Is Gracious."
  • Modesto: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Roman Latin Modestus, Meaning "moderate, Sober."
  • Fino: Short Form Of Italian Serafino, Meaning "burning One" Or "serpent." Also Used As A Short Form Of Other Names Ending With -fino. The Feminine Form Is Fina.
  • Carmen F Spanish, English, Italian, Romanian Medieval Spanish Form Of Carmel Influenced By The Latin Word Carmen "song"...
  • Dante: Contracted Form Of Italian Durante, Meaning "steadfast."
  • Orazio: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Horatius, Meaning "has Good Eyesight."
  • Nicomedo: Italian Form Of Latin Nicomedes, Meaning "victory-scheme."
  • Baldovino M Italian Italian Form Of Baldwin
  • Gioia: Italian Name Meaning "happiness."
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  • Panfilo: Italian Form Of Latin Pamphilus, Meaning "friend Of All."
  • Carlota: Variant Spelling Of Italian Carlotta, Meaning "man."

  • Rosella: Italian Pet Form Of Latin Rosa, Meaning "rose."
  • Genevra: Variant Spelling Of Italian Ginevra, Probably Meaning "race Of Women."
  • Aureliano M Spanish, Italian Spanish And Italian Form Of Aurelianus
  • Marcello: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Marcellus, Meaning "defense" Or "of The Sea."
  • Debora: Italian Form Of Hebrew Debowrah, Meaning "bee."
  • Enrico M Italian Italian Form Of Henry...
  • Ippolito: Italian Form Of Latin Hippolytus, Meaning "horse-freer."
  • Concettina F Italian Diminutive Of Concetta
  • Carmela F Italian, Spanish Italian And Spanish Form Of Carmel
  • Aroldo M Italian Italian Form Of Harold
  • Biagio M Italian Italian Form Of Blaise
  • Silvia: Feminine Form Of Italian Silvio, Meaning "from The Forest." Compare With Another Form Of Silvia.
  • Giuliano: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Julianus, Meaning "descended From Jupiter (jove)."
  • Leone: Italian Form Of Latin Leo, Meaning "lion." Compare With Feminine Leone.
  • Biagino M Italian Diminutive Of Biagio
  • Latin: Praiseworthy; Feminine Form Of Anthony
  • Hieronomo: Italian Form Of Latin Hieronymus, Meaning "holy Name."

  • Crescenzo: Italian Form Of Latin Crescentius, Meaning "to Spring Up, Grow, Thrive."
  • Alfeo M Italian Italian Form Of Alphaeus
  • Vito: Italian And Spanish Form Of Roman Latin Vitus, Meaning "life."
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  • Eliseo: Italian And Spanish Form Of Hebrew Eliysha, Meaning "god Is Salvation."
  • Orsino: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Ursinus, Meaning "bear-like."
  • Saverio: Italian Form Of Basque Xavier, Meaning "a New House."
  • Amaranta F Spanish (rare), Italian (rare) Spanish And Italian Form Of Amarantha
  • Albina F Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Russian, Slovene, Polish, German, Ancient Roman Feminine Form Of Albinus...
  • Delfina F Italian, Spanish Italian And Spanish Form Of Delphina
  • Dario: Italian Form Of Latin Darius, Meaning "possesses A Lot, Wealthy."
  • Romola: Feminine Form Of Italian Romolo, Meaning "from Rome."
  • Ferdinando: Italian Form Of Visigothic Frithnanth, Meaning "ardent For Peace."
  • Emma F English, French, Italian, Spanish, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, Dutch, German, Ancient Germanic Originally A Short Form Of Germanic Names That Began With The Element Ermen Meaning "whole" Or "universal"...
  • Gianbattista: Italian Compound Name Composed Of Gianni "god Is Gracious" And Battista "baptist."
  • Celso M Italian, Spanish, Portuguese Italian, Spanish And Portuguese Form Of Celsus
  • Antonietta F Italian Diminutive Of Antonia
  • Eliseo M Italian, Spanish Italian And Spanish Form Of Elisha
  • Durante: Italian Name Derived From Latin Durantis, Meaning "enduring, Lasting, Steadfast."
  • Desideria F Italian, Spanish, Late Roman Feminine Form Of Desiderio...
  • Gianpaolo: Italian Compound Name Composed Of Gianni "god Is Gracious" And Paolo "small."
  • Cleto M Italian, Spanish, Portuguese Short Form Of Anacleto

  • Carlotta F Italian Italian Form Of Charlotte
  • Egidio: Italian Form Of Latin Egidius, Meaning "kid; Young Goat" Or "shield Of Goatskin."
  • Gianluca: Italian Compound Name Composed Of Gianni "god Is Gracious" And Luca "from Lucania."
  • Floriano: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Florian, Meaning "flower."
  • Gemma: Italian Name Meaning "precious Stone."
  • Croccifixio: Variant Spelling Of Italian Crocifisso, Meaning "cross; Crucifix" Or "way Of The Cross."
  • Daniele: Italian Form Of Hebrew Daniyel, Meaning "god Is My Judge."
  • Lazzaro: Italian Form Of Latin Lazarus, Meaning "my God Has Helped."
  • Gioffreda: Feminine Form Of Italian Goffredo, Meaning "god's Peace."
  • Gennaro: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Januarius, Meaning "january."
  • Aurelio: Italian And Spanish Form Of Roman Latin Aurelius, Meaning "golden."
  • Allegra F English (rare), Italian (rare) Means "cheerful, Lively" In Italian...
  • Gavino: Italian Name Derived From Latin Gabinus, Meaning "of Gabium."
  • Cesarina: Feminine Form Of Italian Cesarino, Meaning "severed."
  • Donatello: Pet Form Of Italian Donato, Meaning "given (by God)."
  • Anastasio: Italian Form Of Latin Anastasius, Meaning "resurrection."
  • Ettore: Italian Form Of Latin Hector, Meaning "defend; Hold Fast."
  • Allegra: Italian Name Meaning "cheerful And Lively."
  • Bonaventura: Italian Name Meaning "good Fortune."
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  • Cristiano: Italian And Portuguese Form Of Latin Christianus, Meaning "christian."
  • Carina Italian: Little Darling
  • Antonella F Italian Feminine Diminutive Of Antonius (see Anthony).
  • Massimo: Italian Form Of Latin Maximus, Meaning "the Greatest."
  • Fiorella: Feminine Diminutive Form Of Italian Unisex Fiore ("flower"), Meaning "little Flower." Fiorello Is The Masculine Form.
  • Camillo: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Camillus, Possibly Meaning "attendant (for A Temple)."
  • Ermanno: Italian Form Of German Hermann, Meaning "army Man."
  • Elmo M English, German, Italian Originally A Short Form Of Germanic Names That Began With The Element Helm Meaning "helmet, Protection"...
  • Susanna Finnish Origin
  • Agostina: Feminine Form Of Italian Agostino, Meaning "venerable."
  • Augusta F German, Italian, Portuguese, Polish, Dutch, English, Ancient Roman Feminine Form Of Augustus...
  • Tacito: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Roman Tacitus, Meaning "mute, Silent."
  • Ladislas: Italian Form Of Latin Ladislaus, Meaning "rules With Glory."
  • Jolanda: Italian Form Of English Yolanda, Meaning "violet Flower."
  • Angelo M Italian Italian Form Of Angelus (see Angel).
  • Orso: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Ursus, Meaning "bear."
  • Faustino: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Roman Latin Faustinus, Meaning "lucky."
  • Annunziata F Italian Means "announced" In Italian, Referring To The Event In The New Testament In Which The Angel Gabriel Tells The Virgin Mary Of The Imminent Birth Of Jesus.
  • Alessia F Italian Italian Feminine Form Of Alexis
  • Eustachio: Italian Form Of Latin Eustachius, Meaning "fruitful."
  • Giacinta: Feminine Form Of Italian Giacinto, Meaning "hyacinth Flower."
  • Consolata F Italian Means "consoled" In Italian...
  • Angelo: Italian Form Of Latin Angelus, Meaning "angel, Messenger."
  • Nunzia: Short Form Of Italian Annunziata, Meaning "announces," Referring To The Annunciation. Sometimes Considered A Month Name For March.
  • Luigino: Pet Form Of Italian Luigi, Meaning "famous Warrior."
  • Alessandro M Italian Italian Form Of Alexander...
  • Feliciano: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Roman Latin Felicianus, Meaning "happy" Or "lucky."
  • Italia: From The Italian Name For Italy, Possibly Derived From Latin Vitulus, Meaning "calf." 
  • Raul: Italian And Portuguese Form Of German Radulf, Meaning "wise Wolf."
  • Aberto Noble.
  • Ernesta: Feminine Form Of Italian/spanish Ernesto, Meaning "battle (to The Death), Serious Business."
  • Noemi: Italian Form Of Hebrew No'omiy, Meaning "my Delight, My Pleasantness."
  • Domenico: Italian Form Of Latin Dominicus, Meaning "belongs To The Lord."
  • Filipo: Variant Spelling Of Italian Filippo, Meaning "lover Of Horses."
  • Maura: Feminine Form Of Italian Mauro, Meaning "dark-skinned; Moor." Compare With Another Form Of Maura.
  • Concetto: Masculine Form Of Italian Concetta, Meaning "conception."
  • Uberto: Italian Form Of Latin Hubertus, Meaning "bright Heart/spirit." 
  • Anselma F German, Italian, Spanish Feminine Form Of Anselm
  • Ercole: Italian Form Of Latin Hercules, Meaning "glory Of Hera."
  • Rodolfo: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Latin Rudolphus, Meaning "famous Wolf."
  • Donata F Italian Feminine Form Of Donato
  • Palmiro: Italian Name Derived From Latin Palma, Meaning "palm Tree." This Name Is Sometimes Given To Babies Born On Palm Sunday.
  • Adamo M Italian Italian Form Of Adam
  • Lisa: Short Form Of Italian Elisabetta, Meaning "god Is My Oath." Compare With Another Form Of Lisa.
  • Guerino: Italian Form Of German Warin, Meaning "cover, Shelter."
  • Ornella: Italian Name Derived From The Word Ornello, Meaning "flowering Ash Tree."
  • Tiziana: Feminine Form Of Italian Tiziano, Meaning "of The Titans."
  • Felisa: Italian Form Of Latin Felicia, Meaning "happy" Or "lucky."
  • Clemente: Italian, Portuguese And Spanish Form Of Latin Clementius, Meaning "gentle And Merciful."
  • Beniamino M Italian Italian Form Of Benjamin
  • Alma F English, Spanish, Italian This Name Became Popular After The Battle Of Alma (1854), Which Took Place Near The River Alma In Crimea And Ended In A Victory For Britain And France...
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  • Gianluigi: Italian Compound Name Composed Of Gianni "god Is Gracious" And Luigi "famous Warrior."
  • Filberto: Italian Form Of Latin Filbertus, Meaning "very Bright."
  • Patrizio: Italian Form Of Latin Patricius, Meaning "patrician, Of Noble Descent."
  • Casimiro M Spanish, Portuguese, Italian Spanish, Portuguese And Italian Form Of Casimir
  • Sabato: Italian Good Omen Name Bestowed On One Who Was "born On Saturday (the Sabbath)."
  • Teofila: Feminine Form Of Italian Teofilo, Meaning "god's Friend."
  • Eulalia: Feminine Form Of Italian Eulalio, Meaning "well-spoken." 
  • Elda F Italian Italian Form Of Hilda
  • Epifanio M Spanish, Italian From The Latin Name Epiphanius, Which Was From The Greek Name ????????? (epiphanios), Itself Derived From The Greek Word ????????? (epiphaneia) Meaning "appearance, Manifestation"...
  • Clementina F Italian, Spanish, Portuguese Feminine Form Of Clement
  • Isaia: Italian Form Of Latin Isaias, Meaning "god Is Salvation."
  • Domenica F Italian Italian Feminine Form Of Dominic
  • Santa: Feminine Form Of Italian Santo, Meaning "holy."
  • Adalberto: Italian And Spanish Form Of Old High German Adalbert, Meaning "bright Nobility." 
  • Felice: Italian Form Of Latin Felix, Meaning "happy" Or "lucky." Compare With Feminine Felice.
  • Fiore: Medieval Italian Unisex Name Derived From The Word Fiore, Meaning "flower."
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  • Daniela F Italian, German, Czech, Slovak, Romanian, Portuguese, Spanish, English Feminine Form Of Daniel
  • Agostina F Italian Italian Feminine Form Of Augustinus (see Augustine (1)).
  • Fonsie: Pet Form Of Italian/spanish Alfonso, Meaning "noble And Ready."
  • Graziano: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Gratianus, Meaning "pleasing, Agreeable."
  • Adelaide F English, Italian, Portuguese From The French Form Of The Germanic Name Adalheidis, Which Was Composed Of The Elements Adal "noble" And Heid "kind, Sort, Type"...
  • Ezzelin: Italian Form Of English Acelin, Meaning "little Noble One."
  • Latin: Pious
  • Maso: Short Form Of Italian Tommaso, Meaning "twin."
  • Mariano: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Marianus, Meaning "like Marius."
  • Calogero: Italian Form Of Latin Calogerus, Meaning "beautiful Elder."
  • Luigi: Italian Form Of Middle Latin Ludovicus, Meaning "famous Warrior."
  • Savino: Italian Form Of Roman Latin Sabinus, Meaning "sabine; A Follower Of Another Religion."
  • Eliana (1) F Italian, Spanish, Portuguese Italian, Spanish And Portuguese Form Of Éliane
  • Caterina: Italian Form Of Greek Aikaterine, Meaning "pure."
  • Elettra: Italian Form Of Latin Electra, Meaning "bright, Shining."
  • Carmine M Italian Italian Masculine Form Of Carmen
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  • Beppe: Pet Form Of Italian Giuseppe, Meaning "(god) Shall Add (another Son)." 
  • Ambrogio M Italian Italian Form Of Ambrosius (see Ambrose).
  • Alfonso: Italian And Spanish Form Of Latin Alfonsus, Meaning "noble And Ready."
  • Bettino: Pet Form Of Italian Benedetto, Meaning "blessed."
  • Bruna F Italian, Portuguese, Croatian Feminine Form Of Bruno
  • Tecla: Italian And Spanish Form Of Greek Thekla, Meaning "glory Of God."

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