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Popular Baby Names , origin italian

Name Meaning Gender Origin
Aberto Italian form of Albert noble. Male Italian
Abra Feminine of Abraham. Female Italian
Abramo Italian form of Abraham father of many. Male Italian
Abree Feminine of Abraham. Female Italian
Abri Feminine of Abraham. Female Italian
Abriana Feminine of Abraham. Female Italian
Abrianna Feminine of Abraham. Female Italian
Abrielle Feminine of Abraham. Female Italian
Abrienne Feminine of Abraham. Female Italian
Adreana Dark. Female Italian
Adriana Dark. Female Italian
Adriano From the Adtiatic. Male Italian
Agata Kind. Female Italian
Agnella Pure. Female Italian
Agnese Pure. Female Italian
Aida Happy. Famous bearer: The Ethiopian princess in Verdi's opera 'Aida'. Also a Japanese surname: runs across the field. Female Italian
Alanzo Form of Alphonse: see Alfonso. Male Italian
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Alba A place name. Male Italian
Albinia White. A feminine form of Albin, introduced into Britain from Italy in the early 17th century. The name was frequently used by members of the aristocratic Cecil family and their descendants. Female Italian
Alcee Famous bearer: Alcine is mistress of alluring enchantments and sensual pleasures in the Orlando poems. Female Italian
Alcina Famous bearer: Alcine is mistress of alluring enchantments and sensual pleasures in the Orlando poems. Female Italian
Alcine Famous bearer: Alcine is mistress of alluring enchantments and sensual pleasures in the Orlando poems. Female Italian
Alcinia Famous bearer: Alcine is mistress of alluring enchantments and sensual pleasures in the Orlando poems. Female Italian
Alda Wise. Elder. Variant of Aldo. Female Italian
Aldene Wise. Elder. Variant of Aldo. Female Italian
Aldo Old one; elder. Male Italian
Alegra Joyful. Female Italian
Alessandra Defender of mankind. Feminine of Alexander. Female Italian
Alessandro Italian form of Alexander defender of man. Male Italian
Aletta Winged. Female Italian
Alexandra Defender of man. Female Italian
Alfredo Italian form of Alfred counselor of the elves. Male Italian
Allecra Lively. Happy. Female Italian
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Allegra Meaning cheerful or lively, related to the musical term allegro. Allegra was the name given by the poet Byron to his illegitimate daughter born in 1817. Female Italian
Alma Soul. Rarely used before the 1854 Crimean War Battle of Alma, but subsequently very fashionable. Female Italian
Alonso Form of Alphonse: see Alfonso. Male Italian
Alonza Ready for battle. Female Italian
Alonzo Form of Alphonse: see Alfonso. Male Italian
Alrigo Rules the estate. Male Italian
Amadeo Loved God. Male Italian
Amalea Hard working. Female Italian
Amalia From Amelia, a derivative of the Old German Amalburga meaning labour. Hard working. Female Italian
Ambrosi Italian form of Amhrose 'immortal'. Male Italian
Amo The eagle rules. Male Italian
Anastagio Divine. Male Italian
Anastasio Resurrection. Male Italian
Anastasius Variant of Anastasio: Resurrection. Male Italian
Andino Manly; brave. Variant of English Andrew. Male Italian
Andrea Italian form of Andrew 'manly'. Male Italian
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Andreana Feminine form of Andrea: manly. Female Italian
Andria love, joy Female Italian
Angel Feminine form of Angelo: Messenger of God; angel. Female Italian
Angela Feminine form of Angelo: Messenger of God; angel. Female Italian
Angelia Feminine form of Angelo: Messenger of God; angel. Female Italian
Angelina An Italian diminutive of the Greek Angela meaning angel or messenger. Female Italian
Angeline An Italian diminutive of the Greek Angela meaning angel or messenger. Female Italian
Angelino Messenger. Biblical name for spirit messengers God sends men. Male Italian
Angelo Messenger of God; angel. Male Italian
Anita Grace. Female Italian
Annuziata Named for the Annunciation. Female Italian
Antonia Priceless. Female Italian
Antonietta Priceless. Female Italian
Antonino Highly praiseworthy. See Anthony. Male Italian
Antonio Italian form of Anthony 'beyond praise'. Male Italian
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