Italian Baby Boy/ Girl Name
Italy is known for some of the
worlds' most unforgettable names. Italian baby names reflect not only the country's culture but also the
global culture. In fact, Italian baby names are being used widely in other
Known for its
impressive variety of pasta, Italy is truly a wonderful place to visit. There are plenty of unique things that
can be seen in this shoe-shaped country such as its olive trees, the leaning tower of Pisa and the remains of
its ancient city, Pompeii.
Examples of Italian
baby names for boys and girls from this exotic country abound.
Here are some examples
of Italian names for baby boys along with their meanings:
Alessandro means the protector and
helper of mankind.
Carlo means a free man in
Ciro actually comes from the name
Cyrus, founder of the Persian empire.
Claudio means ?the lame
Zanebono means the good
Zanipolo means little gift of
Nino means God is
Pancrazio means supreme ruler and all
Other male Italian
names include Allighiero, Angelo, Antonio, Armando, Aronne, Cristiano, Dante, Dino, Ehno,
Also Enrico, Enzo,
Ercole, Ermanno, Este, Ettore, Fedele, Federico, Filippo, Geronimo, Giacobbe, Giacomo, Uberto, Ugo, Taddeo,
Tancredo and Santo.
How about Italian baby
names for girls?
Bestowing a baby girl
with an Italian name can be a delight. Here are a few examples of the most popular names in
Alessandra means "the defender" and
"the helper of mankind."
Bambalina means "little
Cameo means "an engraved
Trilby means "one who sings musical
Venetia means "from
Venitia, on the other hand, means
"mercy." As for
Zola, it means "ball of
Other Italian names for
baby girls are Amadora, Bianca, Carmela, Delanna, Esta, Felice, Gianna, Immacolata, Jolanda, Lia, Magenta,
Ottavia, Phebe, Quorra, Rosetta, Silvana and Vanni.
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