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Cute Baby Names October 25, 2019

A Comprehensive List of Beautiful Italian Names To Choose From

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Italian Names For Babies

Americans with Italian heritage are the nation’s fifth largest ethnic group. That’s because between 1880 and 1924, an astonishing 4 million+ Italians immigrated to the United States. With so much Italian heritage, it is a small wonder that so many parents choose Italian names for their babies.

For your convenience, this post is sorted in alphabetical order. You will be able to find the most comprehensive list of Italian names, their meanings, and pronunciations, in the following categories:

Italian Boy Names

Abele

Abele is an Italian variation of Abel which means “breath”. Pronounced as ah-BEH-leh.Beautiful Italian names for baby girls and boys

Abrahamo

Abrahamo is an Italian variation of Abraham which means “father of multitudes”.

Abramo

Abramo is a diminutive variation of Abrahamo which means “father of multitudes”. Pronounced as a-BRA-mo.

Achille

Achille is a variation of Achilleo which means “thin-lipped”. Pronounced as a-KEEL-leh. 

Achilleo

Achilleo is an Italian variation of Achilles which means “thin-lipped”. Pronounced as a-KEEL-leh-yoh. Achilles is the name of the great Homeric hero with the vulnerable heel.

Adalberto

Adalberto is an Italian variation of Albert which means “noble and bright”. Pronounced as a-dal-BEHR-to.

Adamo

Adamo is an Italian variation of Adam which means “man”. Pronounced as a-DA-mo.

Adelardo

Adelardo means “noble and brave” and pronounced as a-de-lahr-doh

Ademaro

Ademaro means “famous for his fortune” and pronounced as a-deh-mah-roh

Adolfo

Adolfo is an Italian variation of Adolf which means “noble wolf”. Pronounced as a-DOL-fo.

Adriano

Adriano means “man from Adria” and pronounced as a-dree-A-no

Agapito

Agapito means “beloved” and pronounced as a-ga-PEE-to. 

Agostino

Agostino is an Italian variation of Augustine which means “great”. Pronounced as a-go-STEE-no.

Agosto

Agosto is a diminutive variation of Agostino which means “great”. Pronounced as aaGOWSTow. 

Albano

Albano is an Italian variation of Alban which means “man from Alba”. Pronounced as al-BA-no. Alba was the name of various places within the Roman Empire, including the city Alba Longa.

Alberico

Alberico is an Italian variation of Alberich which means “master of elves”. Pronounced as al-beh-REE-ko.

Alberto

Alberto is a variation of Adalberto which means “noble and bright”. Pronounced as al-BEHR-to.

Albino

Albino means “white; fair one” and pronounced as al-bee-no

Alcide

Alcide means “strong man”. 

Aldo

Aldo means “old and wise” or “noble” and pronounced as AL-do

Alessandro

Alessandro is an Italian variation of Alexander which means “defending men”. Pronounced as a-lehs-SAN-dro. Alessandro was the name of the great Italian opera composer Scarlatti and the influential physicist Alessandro Volta, known primarily for the invention of the battery.

Alessio

Alessio is an Italian variation of Alexis which means “defender”. Pronounced as a-LEHS-syo.

Alfeo

Alfeo is an Italian variation of Alphaeus which means “changing”. Pronounced as al-FEH-o.

Alfonso

Alfonso means “noble and ready” and pronounced as al-FAWN-so. Alfonso was a royal name in Spain as far back as the 7th century.

Alfredo

Alfredo is an Italian variation of Alfred which means “wise counselor”. Pronounced as al-FREH-do.

Aloisio

Aloisio is an Italian variation of Aloysius which means “famous warrior”. Pronounced approximately as ah-loh-eez-yow.

Alonzo

Alonzo is a variation of Alfonso which means “noble and ready”. 

Alphonsus

Alphonsus is a variation of Alfonso which means “noble and ready”. (Similar to Alonzo.)

Alvino

Alvino is an Italian variation of Alvin which means “noble friend” or “friend of the elves”. Pronounced as al-vee-no.

Alvise

Alvise means “famous warrior” or “all-knowing” and pronounced as al-VEE-zeh

Amadeo

Amadeo is an Italian variation of Amadeus which means “lover of God”. Pronounced as ah-mah-DAY-oh. Amadeo was the name of a 19th-century king of Spain (born in Italy).

Amando

Amando is a masculine variation of Amanda which means “lovable”. Pronounced as a-MAN-do.

Amato

Amato means “loved” and pronounced as a-MA-to

Amatore

Amatore is a variation of Amadeo which means “lover of God”. Pronounced as a-mah-toh-reh.

Ambrogino

Ambrogino is a variation of Ambrogio which means “immortal one”. Pronounced as am-bro-JEE-no.

Ambrogio

Ambrogio is a variation of Ambrosi which means “immortal one”. Pronounced as am-BRAW-jo.

Ambrosi

Ambrosi is an Italian variation of Ambrose which means “immortal one”. Pronounced as am-broh-see.

Amedeo

Amedeo is a variation of Amadeo which means “lover of God”. (Similar to Amatore.) Pronounced as a-meh-DEH-o.

Amerigo

Amerigo is a medieval Italian variation of Emmerich which means “industrious; powerful”. Pronounced as a-meh-REE-go.

Amilcare

Amilcare is an Italian variation of Hamilcar which means “brother of Melqart”. Pronounced as a-meel-KA-reh.

Ampelio

Ampelio means “vine; winegrower” and pronounced as am-PEH-lyo. Ampelio was the name of a 7th-century bishop of Milan.

Anacleto

Anacleto means “invoked” or “called forth” and pronounced as a-na-KLEH-to

Anastagio

Anastagio is a variation of Anastasio which means “resurrection”. Pronounced approximately as AENaaSTAAJHiyOW.

Anastasio

Anastasio is a masculine variation of Anastasia which means “resurrection”. Pronounced as a-nas-TA-zyo.

Anatolio

Anatolio is an Italian variation of Anatole which means “from the east; rising sun”. Pronounced as aa-Naa-TOW-Liy-ow-.

Angelino

Angelino is a masculine variation of Angelina which means “angel”. Pronounced as ang-jeh-LEE-no.Beautiful Italian names for baby girls and boys

Angelo

Angelo means “angel; messenger” and pronounced as ANG-jeh-lo.

Angiolo

Angiolo is a variation of Angelo which means “angel; messenger”. Pronounced approximately as ang-jyoh-lo.

Annibale

Annibale is an Italian variation of Hannibal which means “grace of Baal”. Pronounced as an-NEE-ba-leh or an-nee-BA-le. 

Annunziato

Annunziato is a masculine variation of Annunziata which means “annunciation”. Pronounced as an-noon-TSYA-to. 

Ansaldo

Ansaldo means “he who represents God” and pronounced as an-sal-do

Anselmo

Anselmo is an Italian variation of Anselm which means “with divine protection”. Pronounced as an-SEHL-mo.

Antelmo

Antelmo is an Italian variation of Anthelm which means “protection; helmet; wrath; zeal”. Pronounced as an-tehl-mo.

Antonello

Antonello is a variation of Antonio which means “priceless one”. Pronounced as an-to-NEHL-lo.

Antonino

Antonino is a variation of Antonio which means “priceless one”. (Similar to Antonello.) Pronounced as an-to-NEE-no. Antonino was the name of several early saints, including the patron saint of Sorrento.

Antonio

Antonio is an Italian variation of Anthony which means “priceless one”. Pronounced as an-TO-nyo. Antonio is a Shakespearean favorite — the Bard used it in no less than five of his plays.

Araldo

Araldo is an Italian variation of Harold which means “army ruler”. Pronounced as a-RAHL-do.

Arcangelo

Arcangelo means “archangel” and pronounced as ahr-kahn-jeh-loh.

Ardito

Ardito means “bold” and pronounced as ar-dee-toh

Arduino

Arduino is an Italian variation of Hartwin which means “brave friend”. Pronounced as ar-DWEE-no. 

Aristide

Aristide means “the best kind” and pronounced as a-ree-STEE-de. 

Armando

Armando is an Italian variation of Herman which means “army man”. Pronounced as ar-MAN-do.

Armano

Armano is a diminutive variation of Armando which means “army man”. Pronounced as ar-MAH-no.

Armino

Armino is a variation of Armano which means “army man”. 

Arnaldo

Arnaldo is a variation of Arnoldo which means “eagle ruler”. Pronounced as ar-NAL-do.

Arnoldo

Arnoldo is an Italian variation of Arnold which means “eagle ruler”. Pronounced as ahrr-NAWL-do.

Arnolfo

Arnolfo means “eagle; wolf” and pronounced as ar-nohl-fo

Aroldo

Aroldo is a variation of Araldo which means “army ruler”. Pronounced as a-RAWL-do.

Aronne

Aronne is an Italian variation of Aaron which means “high mountain; exalted”. Pronounced as a-RAWN-neh. 

Arrigo

Arrigo is an Italian variation of Henry which means “lord of the manor”. Pronounced as ar-REE-go.

Arsenio

Arsenio means “virile” and pronounced as ar-SEH-nyo. 

Artemio

Artemio is an Italian variation of Artemi which means “follower of Artemis” or “safe”. Pronounced as ar-TEH-myo.

Arturo

Arturo is an Italian variation of Arthur which means “bear”. Pronounced as ar-TOO-ro.

Attilio

Attilio means “father-like” and pronounced as at-TEE-lyo. Attilio was the name of a Roman consul and hero of the First Punic War.

Augusto

Augusto is an Italian variation of Augustus which means “august; dignified; holy”. Pronounced as ow-GOOS-to.

Aureliano

Aureliano is an Italian variation of Aurelius which means “the golden one”. Pronounced as ow-reh-LYA-no.

Aurelio

Aurelio is a diminutive variation of Aureliano which means “the golden one”. Pronounced as ow-REH-lyo.

Baggio

Baggio means “toad” and pronounced as BAH-joh.

Balbino

Balbino is an Italian variation of Balbinus which means “stammerer”. Pronounced as bal-bee-no.

Baldassare

Baldassare is an Italian variation of Balthasar which means “God protects the king”. Pronounced as bal-das-SA-reh.

Baldo

Baldo is a diminutive variation of Baldassare which means “God protects the king”. Pronounced as BAL-do.

Baldovino

Baldovino is an Italian variation of Baldwin which means “bold friend; brave friend”. Pronounced as bal-do-VEE-no.

Barrucio

Barrucio is an Italian variation of Baruch which means “blessed”. Pronounced as bah-ruh-cho.

Bartolo

Bartolo is a diminutive variation of Bartolomeo which means “son of the furrow”. Pronounced as bar-toh-loh.

Bartolomeo

Bartolomeo is an Italian variation of Bartholomew which means “son of the furrow”. Pronounced as bar-to-lo-MEH-o.

Basilio

Basilio is an Italian variation of Basil which means “king” or “regal”. Pronounced as ba-ZEE-lyo.

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Battista

Battista is an Italian variation of Baptiste which means “to dip” or “baptist”. Pronounced as bat-TEE-sta

Battiste

Battiste is a variation of Battista which means “to dip” or “baptist”. Pronounced as bat-tees-teh.

Bautiste

Bautiste is an Italian variation of Baptiste which means “to dip” or “baptist”. (Similar to Battista.)

Bello

Bello means “handsome” and pronounced as BEL-lo

Belvedere

Belvedere means “beautiful view” and pronounced as BEHLVAHDIHR.

Benedetto

Benedetto is an Italian variation of Benedict which means “blessed”. Pronounced as beh-neh-DEHT-to.

Beniamino

Beniamino is a variation of Benjamino which means “son of the right hand”. Pronounced as beh-nya-MEE-no.

Benigno

Benigno means “well-born” and pronounced as beh-NEEN-nyoBenigno was the name of several saints including a 5th-century disciple of Saint Patrick who later became the chief Bishop of Ireland.

Benito

Benito is a diminutive variation of Benedetto which means “blessed”. Pronounced as beh-NEE-to.

Benjamino

Benjamino is an Italian variation of Benjamin which means “son of the right hand”.

Benvenuto

Benvenuto means “welcome” and pronounced as behn-veh-NOO-to. Benvenuto, in Italy, often refers to the joy at the birth of a long-awaited child.

Benvolio

Benvolio means “good wisher” and pronounced as ben-VOL-yoh or ben-VOL-ee-o.

Beppe

Beppe is a diminutive variation of Giuseppe which means “Yahweh will add (another son)”. Pronounced as BEHP-peh.

Berardo

Berardo is a diminutive variation of Bernardino which means “brave as a bear”. Pronounced as beh-RAR-do.

Bernadino

Bernadino is an Italian variation of Bernard which means “brave as a bear”. Pronounced as ber-nah-dee-no.

Bernardino

Bernardino is a spelling variation of Bernadino which means “brave as a bear”. Pronounced as behr-nar-DEE-no.

Bernardo

Bernardo is a variation of Bernadino which means “brave as a bear”. Pronounced as behr-NAR-do.

Berto

Berto is a diminutive variation of names ending in -berto, such as Alberto or Roberto. Pronounced as BEHR-to.

Bertoldo

Bertoldo is an Italian variation of Berthold which means “bright ruler”. Pronounced as BehR-TOWL-Dow-.

Bertrando

Bertrando is an Italian variation of Bertrand which means “bright raven”. Pronounced as B-ERTRAHNDow.

Bettino

Bettino is a variation of Benito which means “blessed”. Pronounced as beht-TEE-no.

Biaggio

Biaggio is an Italian variation of Blaise which means “one who stutters” or “lisps”. Pronounced as bee-AH-jhzee-oh.

Biagino

Biagino is a variation of Biagio which means “one who stutters” or “lisps”. Pronounced as bee-AH-jhzee-noh.

Biagio

Biagio is a spelling variation of Biaggio which means “one who stutters” or “lisps”. Pronounced as BYA-jo.

Bonaccorso

Bonaccorso means “good help” and pronounced approximately as boh-nah-kohr-so

Bonaventura

Bonaventura means “good fortune” and pronounced as baw-na-vehn-TOO-ra. Bonaventura was the name of a 13th-century Franciscan monk who is considered a Doctor of the Church.

Bonifacio

Bonifacio means “good fate” and pronounced as bo-nee-FA-cho. 

Borromeo

There is no specific meaning for Borromeo. Pronounced as bo-roh-meh-yoh. Borromeo was the name of the Italian saint who was the patron of apple orchards and stomach diseases.

Bosco

Bosco means “forest” and pronounced as BOH-sko. Bosco is an Italian saint name but better known as a chocolate syrup.

Brando

Brando is an Italian variation of Brand which means “firebrand; sword”. Pronounced as BRAENDow-.

Bravo

Bravo is a common Italian word which means “excellent” that some may use as a name. Pronounced as BRAAVow.

Bruno

Bruno means “brown” and pronounced as BRUW-Nohw

Calogero

Calogero means “beautiful elder” or “good old age” and pronounced as ka-lo-JE-ro. Calogero was the name of a 5th-century saint, a hermit of Sicily.

Calvino

Calvino is an Italian variation of Calvin which means “the bald one”. Pronounced as Kahl-VEE-Noh.

Camillo

Camillo is a masculine variation of Camilla which means “acolyte; attendant at a ritual”. Pronounced as ka-MEEL-lo.

Carlino

Carlino is an Italian variation of Carl which means “free man”. Pronounced as kahr-lee-noh.

Carlo

Carlo is a diminutive variation of Carlino which means “free man”. Pronounced as KAR-lo.

Carmelo

Carmelo is an Italian variation of Carmel which means “garden”. Pronounced as kar-MEH-lo.

Carmine

Carmine is an Italian variation of Carmen which means “song” or “garden”. Pronounced approximately as kahr-mee-neh.

Carolo

Carolo is a variation of Carlo which means “free man”. Pronounced as KA-ro-lo.Beautiful Italian names for baby girls and boys

Caruso

Caruso possibly means “boy” or “bald” and pronounced as ka-ROO-zo

Casimiro

Casimiro is an Italian variation of Casimir which means “destroyer of peace”. Pronounced as Kaa-Siy-MIY-Row.

Ceasario

Ceasario is an Italian variation of Caesar which means “long-haired”.

Cecilio

Cecilio is a masculine variation of Cecilia which means “blind”. Pronounced as che-CHEE-lyo.

Cedro

Cedro is an Italian variation of Isidore which means “gift of Isis”. Pronounced as CHED-ro.

Celestino

Celestino means “belonging to heaven” and pronounced as che-le-STEE-no.

Celino

Celino is a diminutive variation of Marcelino which means “dedicated to Mars”. Pronounced as che-LEE-no

Celio

Celio is a diminutive variation of Celestino which means “belonging to heaven”. Pronounced as CHE-lyo.

Cellini

There is no specific meaning for Cellini. Pronounced as chell-EE-nee. Cellini was the name of the great Italian sculptor and writer, Benvenuto Cellini. 

Celso

Celso means “exalted” or “tall” and pronounced as CHEL-so

Cesare

Cesare is a diminutive variation of Ceasario which means “long-haired”. Pronounced as CHEH-za-re. 

Cesarino

Cesarino is a variation of Ceasario which means “long-haired”. Pronounced as cheh-sa-REE-no. 

Chidro

Chidro is a variation of Cedro which means “gift of Isis”. 

Chirico

There is no specific meaning for Chirico. Pronounced as KEER-ee-ko.

Cidro

Cidro is a spelling variation of Chidro which means “gift of Isis”. 

Ciriaco

Ciriaco means “of the lord” and pronounced as chee-RYA-ko. 

Cirillo

Cirillo is an Italian variation of Cyril which means “lordly”. Pronounced as chee-REEL-lo. 

Cirino

Cirino is a variation of Ciro which means “sun”. Pronounced as chee-REE-no.

Claudio

Claudio is an Italian variation of Claudius which means “lame; enclosure”. Pronounced as KLOW-dyo. 

Cleto

Cleto is a diminutive variation of Anacleto which means “invoked” or “called forth”. Pronounced as KLEH-to. 

Colombano

Colombano is a spelling variation of Columbano which means “dove”. Pronounced as ko-lohm-bah-no.

Colombo

Colombo is a diminutive variation of Colombano which means “dove”. Pronounced as ko-lohm-bo.

Columbano

Columbano is an Italian variation of Coleman which means “dove”. Pronounced as ko-lum-bah-no.

Concetto

Concetto is a masculine variation of Concetta which means “conception”. Pronounced as kon-CHEHT-to. 

Constanzo

Constanzo is an Italian variation of Constantin which means “steadfast”. Pronounced as kon-stahn-zow.

Cornelio

Cornelio is an Italian variation of Cornelius which means “horn”. Pronounced as kor-NEH-lyo.

Corradino

Corradino is a variation of Corrado which means “brave counsel”. Pronounced as kor-ra-DEE-no.

Corrado

Corrado is an Italian variation of Conrad which means “brave counsel”. Pronounced as kor-RA-do. Corrado was the name of a 14th-century saint from Piacenza, Italy.

Cosimo

Cosimo is a variation of Cosmo which means “universe” or “order; beauty”. Pronounced as KAW-zee-mo or KO-zee-mo. Cosimo de Medici was the first of the Medici dynasty to wield power in Florence during much of the Italian Renaissance. 

Cosmo

Cosmo means “universe” or “order; beauty” and pronounced as KAWZ-mo

Costantino

Costantino is a masculine variation of Constantia which means “steadfastness”. Pronounced as kows-tahn-tee-noh.

Costanzo

Costanzo is a variation of Costantino which means “steadfastness”. Pronounced as kows-tahn-zo.

Crescenzo

Crescenzo means “to grow” and pronounced as kresh-SHEHN-tso

Cristiano

Cristiano is an Italian variation of Christian which means “follower of Christ”. Pronounced as kree-STYA-no.

Cristoforo

Cristoforo is an Italian variation of Christopher which means “bearer of Christ”. Pronounced as krihs-toh-foh-ro.

Damiano

Damiano is an Italian variation of Damian which means “to tame”. Pronounced as da-MYA-no.

Damone

Damone is a variation of Damiano which means “to tame”. Pronounced as da-moh-neh.

Danilo

Danilo is a variation of Daniele which means “God is my judge”. Pronounced as da-NEE-lo.

Dante

Dante means “enduring” and pronounced as DAN-tehDante was the name of the great medieval Florentine poet, Dante Alighieri.

Dario

Dario is an Italian variation of Darius which means “kingly” or “possess well”. Pronounced as DA-ryo.

Davide

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Demetrio

Demetrio is an Italian variation of Demetrius which means “follower of Demeter”. Pronounced as deh-MEH-tryo.

Desiderio

Desiderio is an Italian variation of Desiderius which means “longing; desire”. Pronounced as deh-see-dehr-yow.

Dino

Dino is a diminutive variation of names ending in -dino, such as Leonardino or Bernardino. Pronounced as DEE-no.

Diodato

Diodato means “given by God” or “God has given” and pronounced as dee-yoh-dah-to.

Dionisio

Dionisio is an Italian variation of Dionysius which means “follower of Dionysos”. Pronounced as dyo-NEE-zyo.

Domenico

Domenico is an Italian variation of Domingo which means “born on a Sunday”. Pronounced as do-MEH-nee-ko.

Donatelli

Donatelli is an Italian variation of Donato which means “given by God”. Pronounced as do-nah-teh-lee.

Donatello

Donatello means “to give” and pronounced as do-na-TEHL-lo. Donatello was the name of the great Italian Renaissance sculptor.

Donati

Donati is a diminutive variation of Donatelli which means “given by God”. Pronounced as doh-na-tee.

Donato

Donato is a variation of Donati which means “given by God”. Pronounced as do-na-toh.

Donte

Donte means “lasting”.

Doriano

Doriano means “descendant of an exile” and pronounced as dohr-yah-no

Duilio

Duilio means “war” and pronounced as DWEE-lyo. Duilio was the name of a Roman consul who defeated the Carthaginians in a naval battle.

Duran

Duran means “steadfast” and pronounced as doo-RAN. Duran was the name of an iconic rock group, Duran Duran. 

Durante

Durante is a variation of Dante which means “enduring”. Pronounced as doo-RAN-teh.

Ecedro

Ecedro is a variation of Cedro which means “gift of Isis”. (Similar to Chidro.)

Ecidro

Ecidro is a spelling variation of Ecedro which means “gift of Isis”. 

Edgardo

Edgardo is an Italian variation of Edgar which means “wealthy spear”. Pronounced as ehd-GAR-do.

Edmondo

Edmondo is an Italian variation of Edmund which means “protector of wealth”. Pronounced as ehd-mon-do.

Edoardo

Edoardo is an Italian variation of Edward which means “wealthy guardian”. Pronounced as eh-do-AR-do.

Efisio

Efisio means “citizen of Ephesus” and pronounced as eh-FEE-zyo. Ephesus was an ancient Greek city, built on site of the former Arzawan capital, and later a major Roman city, on the coast of Ionia.

Egidio

Egidio is an Italian variation of Giles which means “young goat”. Pronounced approximately as eh-geed-yo.

Eleuterio

Eleuterio is an Italian variation of Eleutherius which means “free”. Pronounced approximately as el-yoh-tehr-yo.

Eligio

Eligio is an Italian variation of Eligius which means “to choose”. Pronounced as e-LEE-jo.

Elio

Elio is an Italian variation of Helios which means “the sun”. Pronounced as EH-lyo.

Eliodoro

Eliodoro is an Italian variation of Heliodoro which means “gift of the sun”. Pronounced as EH-lyo-doh-ro.

Eliseo

Eliseo is an Italian variation of Elisha which means “the Lord is my salvation”. Pronounced as eh-lee-ZEH-o

Elmo

Elmo means “protector” and pronounced as EHL-mo. Elmo was the patron saint of sailors. 

Elpidio

Elpidio is an Italian variation of Elpidius which means “hope”. Pronounced approximately as ehl-pee-dee-yo.

Emanuele

Emanuele is an Italian variation of Emmanuel which means “God is with us”. Pronounced as ee-man-weh-leh.

Emidio

Emidio possible means “great; strong” and pronounced approximately as ee-mihd-yo

Emiliano

Emiliano means “rival” and pronounced as eh-mee-LYA-no

Emilio

Emilio is a diminutive variation of Emiliano which means “rival”. Pronounced as eh-MEE-lyo.

Ennio

Ennio means “predestined” and pronounced as EN-nee-oh or EHN-nyo. 

Enrico

Enrico is an Italian variation of Henry which means “lord of the manor”. (Similar to Arrigo.) Pronounced as ehn-REE-ko.

Enzio

Enzio is a variation of Enrico which means “lord of the manor”. Pronounced as en-zee-yow.

Enzo

Enzo is a variation of Enzio which means “lord of the manor”. Pronounced as EHN-tso.Beautiful Italian names for baby girls and boys

Epifanio

Epifanio means “appearance; manifestation” and pronounced as e-pee-FA-nyo. Epifanio was the name of a few early saints. 

Erasmo

Erasmo is an Italian variation of Erasmus which means “beloved, desired”. Pronounced approximately as e-rahz-mo.

Ercole

Ercole is an Italian variation of Hercules which means “glory of Hera”. Pronounced as EHR-ko-leh.

Ermacora

Ermacora is an Italian variation of Hermagoras which means “disciple of Hermes”. Pronounced as ehr-MAH-ko-rah.

Ermanno

Ermanno is a variation of Armando which means “army man”. Pronounced as ehr-MAN-no.

Ermenegildo

Ermenegildo means “complete sacrifice” and pronounced as ERMEHNihJHIHLDow

Ermes

Ermes is an Italian variation of Hermes which is the messenger god of Greek mythology. Pronounced as ehr-mehs.

Ermete

Ermete is a variation of Ermes which is a variation of the messenger god of Greek mythology. Pronounced as ehr-meh-teh.

Erminio

Erminio is a variation of Armino which means “army man”. Pronounced as ERMIHNiyow.

Ernesto

Ernesto is an Italian variation of Ernest which means “earnest”. Pronounced as ehr-nehs-tow.

Esidor

Esidor is a variation of Isidore which means “gift of Isis”. 

Esidore

Esidore is a spelling variation of Esidor which means “gift of Isis”. 

Esidoro

Esidoro is a variation of Esidor which means “gift of Isis”. 

Esidro

Esidro is a spelling variation of Ecidro which means “gift of Isis”. 

Ettore

Ettore is an Italian variation of Hector which means “holding fast”. Pronounced as EHT-to-re. 

Eugenio

Eugenio is an Italian variation of Eugene which means “noble”. Pronounced as ew-JEH-nyo. Eugenio was the name of four popes and several saints. 

Eusebio

Eusebio is an Italian variation of Eusebius which means “pious”. Pronounced approximately as EH-woh-SEH-Biyoh.

Eustachio

Eustachio is an Italian variation of Eustace which means “fruitful”. Pronounced approximately as eh-uhs-tahkyow.

Eustorgio

Eustorgio means “content” or “well-loved” and pronounced as YUWSTAORJHiyow

Eutimio

Eutimio means “in good spirits”. 

Evaristo

Evaristo is an Italian variation of Evaristus which means “well pleasing”. Pronounced as eh-va-REE-sto.

Ezio

Ezio means “eagle” and pronounced as E-tsyo. 

Fabbro

Fabbro means “blacksmith” and pronounced as fahb-row

Fabiano

Fabiano means “bean grower” and pronounced as fah-BEE-ah-no

Fabio

Fabio is a diminutive variation of Fabiano which means “bean grower”. Pronounced as FA-byo.

Fabrizio

Fabrizio means “craftsman” and pronounced as fa-BREET-tsyo.

Fabroni

Fabroni is an Italian variation of Fabron which means “young blacksmith”. Pronounced as fah-broh-nee.

Faro

Faro is a common Italian word which means “lighthouse” that some may use as a name. Pronounced as FAA-Row.

Faustino

Faustino is a variation of Fausto which means “fortunate one” or “lucky”. Pronounced approximately as F-owZTIY-Now.

Fausto

Fausto is an Italian variation of Faust which means “fortunate one” or “lucky”. Pronounced as F-AWSTow.

Fedele

Fedele is an Italian variation of Fidel which means “faithful”. Pronounced as feh-DEH-leh.

Federico

Federico is an Italian variation of Frederick which means “peaceful ruler”. Pronounced as feh-deh-REE-ko.

Federigo

Federigo is a variation of Federico which means “peaceful ruler”. Pronounced as feh-deh-REE-go.

Feliciano

Feliciano is a masculine variation of Feliciana which means “lucky; happy; fortunate”. Pronounced as fe-lee-CHYA-no.

Ferdinando

Ferdinando is an Italian variation of Ferdinand which means “bold voyager”. Pronounced as fehr-dee-nan-dow.

Ferrando

Ferrando is a variation of Ferdinando which means “bold voyager”. Pronounced as fehr-ran-dow.

Ferruccio

Ferruccio means “iron” and pronounced as fehr-ROOT-cho. 

Fiero

Fiero means “proud” or “a fiery man” and pronounced as fee-yeh-row

Filberte

Filberte is an Italian variation of Filbert which means “very brilliant”. 

Filiberto

Filiberto is a variation of Filberte which means “very brilliant”. Pronounced as fee-lee-behr-tow.

Filippo

Filippo is an Italian variation of Philip which means “lover of horses”. Pronounced as fee-lee-po.

Fio

Fio is a diminutive variation of Fiorenzo which means “flourishing”. Pronounced as fee-o.greek names for boys and greek names for girls

Fiorello

Fiorello is a masculine variation of Fiorella which means “little flower”. Pronounced as fee-o-reh-low.

Fiorenzo

Fiorenzo is a masculine variation of Fiorenza which means “flourishing”. Pronounced as fyo-REN-tso. 

Fiorino

Fiorino is a variation of Floriano which means “flower”. Pronounced as fee-o-ree-no.

Firmino

Firmino is an Italian variation of Firmin which means “firm”. Pronounced as feer-me-no.

Flaviano

Flaviano is an Italian variation of Flavian which means “yellow hair”. Pronounced as fla-VYA-no.

Flavio

Flavio is a diminutive variation of Flaviano which means “yellow hair”. Pronounced as FLA-vyo.

Floriano

Floriano is an Italian variation of Florian which means “flower”. Pronounced as flo-ree-ah-no.

Floro

Floro is a diminutive variation of Floriano which means “flower”. Pronounced as flo-ro.

Fortunato

Fortunato means “luck, fate, wealth” and pronounced as for-too-NA-to. Fortunatio was the name of several early saints and martyrs.

Francesco

Francesco is an Italian variation of Francis which means “Frenchman; free man”. Pronounced as fran-CHEHS-ko.

Franco

Franco is a diminutive variation of Francesco which means “Frenchman; free man”. Pronounced as FRANG-ko.

Frantziscu

Frantziscu is a variation of Francesco which means “Frenchman; free man”. 

Frediano

Frediano means “cold” and pronounced as freh-DYA-no. Frediano was the name of a 6th-century Irish bishop who made a pilgrimage to Rome and settled as a hermit on Mount Pisano.

Fredo

Fredo is a diminutive variation of names containing the element fredo, such as Alfredo or Goffredo. Pronounced as freh-dow.

Fulgenzio

Fulgenzio means “shining” and pronounced as fool-JEHN-tsyo. 

Fulvio

Fulvio means “yellow, tawny” and pronounced as FOOL-vyo

Gaetano

Gaetano means “from the city of Gaeta” and pronounced as ga-eh-TA-no or guy-TAH-no. Gaetano was the name of a 16th-century Italian priest who founded the Theatines.

Galileo

Galileo means “from Galilee” and pronounced as gah-lih-LAY-oh. Galileo was the name of the great Renaissance astronomer and mathematician.

Gallo

Gallo means “from Gaul” or “rooster” and pronounced as GAL-lo

Gaspare

Gaspare is an Italian variation of Gaspar which means “treasurer”. Pronounced as GA-spa-reh.

Gasparo

Gasparo is an Italian variation of Caspar which means “keeper of the treasure”. Pronounced as GA-spa-ro.

Gastone

Gastone is an Italian variation of Gaston which means “foreigner; guest”. Pronounced as ga-STO-neh.

Gavino

Gavino is an Italian variation of Gavin which means “white hawk”. Pronounced as ga-VEE-no.

Gennarino

Gennarino is a variation of Gennaro which means “January”. Pronounced as jeh-nah-ree-now.

Gennaro

Gennaro means “January” and pronounced as jehn-NA-ro. Gennaro is the name of the patron saint of Naples.

Geofredo

Geofredo is an Italian variation of Jeffrey which means “peaceful ruler”. Pronounced as JHIYOWFREYDow.

Gerardo

Gerardo is an Italian variation of Gerard which means “brave with the spear”. Pronounced as jeh-RAR-do.

Geremia

Geremia is an Italian variation of Jeremiah which means “appointed by God”. Pronounced as JHerIYMiyAH.

Germano

Germano is an Italian variation of Germanus which means “brother” or “from Germany”. Pronounced as jehr-MA-no.

Gerolamo

Gerolamo is a variation of Gerome which means “sacred name”. Pronounced as JHEHRowLAAMow.

Gerome

Gerome is an Italian variation of Jerome which means “sacred name”. Pronounced as jheh-rowm.

Geronimo

Geronimo is a variation of Gerome which means “sacred name”. (Similar to Gerolamo.) Pronounced as jeh-ro-nee-mo.

Gervasio

Gervasio is an Italian variation of Gervasius which means “spear”. Pronounced as jehr-VA-zyo. 

Gherardo

Gherardo is a spelling variation of Gerardo which means “brave with the spear”. Pronounced as geh-RAR-do.

Giacinto

Giacinto is a masculine variation of Giacinta which means “hyacinth”. Pronounced as ja-CHEEN-to.dutch names for baby boys and baby girls

Giacobbe

Giacobbe is an Italian variation of Jacob which means “holder of the heel” or “supplanter”. Pronounced as ja-KOB-be. 

Giacomo

Giacomo is an Italian variation of James which means “holder of the heel” or “supplanter”. Pronounced as JAHK–oh-moh.

Giambattista

Giambattista is a combination of Gianni and Battista. Gianni means “Yahweh is gracious” while Battista means “to dip” or “baptist”. Pronounced as jam-bat-TEE-sta. 

Giampaolo

Giampaolo is a combination of Gianni and Paolo. Gianni means “Yahweh is gracious” while Paolo means “small”. Pronounced as jam-pa-O-lo.

Giampiero

Giampiero is a combination of Gianni and Piero. Gianni means “Yahweh is gracious” while Piero means “rock”. Pronounced as jam-PYEH-ro. 

Gian

Gian is a diminutive variation of Giovanni which means “Yahweh is gracious”. Pronounced as Gee-AHN or JAN.

Giancarlo

Giancarlo is a combination of Gian and Carlo. Gian means “Yahweh is gracious” while Carlo means “free man”. Pronounced as jahn-CAR-loh or jang-KAR-lo.

Gianfranco

Gianfranco is a combination of Gian and Franco. Gian means “Yahweh is gracious” while Franco means “Frenchman; free man”. Pronounced as jan-FRANG-ko.

Gianluca

Gianluca is a combination of Gian and Luca. Gian means “Yahweh is gracious” while Luca means “from Lucania”. Pronounced as jan-LOO-ka. 

Gianluigi

Gianluigi is a combination of Gian and Luigi. Gian means “Yahweh is gracious” while Luigi means “renowned warrior”. Pronounced as jan-loo-EE-gee.

Gianmarco

Gianmarco is a combination of Gian and Marco. Gian means “Yahweh is gracious” while Marco means “war-like”. Pronounced as jan-MAR-ko. 

Gianmaria

Gianmaria is a combination of Gian and Maria. Gian means “Yahweh is gracious” while Maria means “bitter”. Pronounced as jan-ma-REE-a.

Giannino

Giannino is a variation of Giovanni which means “Yahweh is gracious”. Pronounced as jan-NEE-no. 

Gianpaolo

Gianpaolo is a variation of Giampaolo which means “Yahweh is gracious” and “small”. Pronounced as jan-pa-O-lo. 

Gianpiero

Gianpiero is a variation of Giampiero which means “Yahweh is gracious” and “rock”. Pronounced as jan-PYE-ro. 

Gideone

Gideone is an Italian variation of Gideon which means “feller; hewer”. Pronounced as GIHDiyAHN-.

Gilberto

Gilberto is an Italian variation of Gilbert which means “bright pledge”. Pronounced as jeel-BEHR-to

Gino

Gino is an diminutive of Eugenio which means “noble”. Pronounced as JEE-no.

Gioachino

Gioachino is an Italian variation of Joachim which means “established by God”. Pronounced as jo-a-KEE-no. Gioachino was the name of a famous Italian composer, Gioachino Rossini (1792-1868).

Gioacchino

Gioacchino is a spelling variation of Gioachino which means “established by God”. Pronounced as jo-ak-KEE-no. 

Gioele

Gioele is an Italian variation of Joel which means “Yahweh is God”. Pronounced as jo-EH-leh.

Giona

Giona is an Italian variation of Jonah which means “dove”. Pronounced as JO-na.

Gionata

Gionata is an Italian variation of Jonathan which means “Yahweh has given”. Pronounced as jo-NA-ta.

Giordano

Giordano is an Italian variation of Jordan which means “flowing down”. Pronounced as jor-DA-no.

Giorgino

Giorgino is a variation of Giorgio which means “farmer”. Pronounced as jor-JEE-no.

Giorgio

Giorgio is an Italian variation of George which means “farmer”. Pronounced as JOR-jo.

Giosia

Giosia is an Italian variation of Joshua which means “the Lord is my salvation”. Pronounced approximately as JHiyAASZHAH.

Giosue

Giosue is a variation of Giosia which means “the Lord is my salvation”. Pronounced as jo-ZWEH.

Giosuè

Giosuè is a spelling variation of Giosue which means “the Lord is my salvation”. Pronounced as jo-ZWEH. 

Giotto

Giotto is a variation of Geofredo which means “peaceful ruler”. Pronounced as JAWT-to. Giotto is associated with the great Florentine painter and architect Giotto di Bondone, a major force in the Italian Renaissance.

Giovanni

Giovanni is an Italian variation of John which means “Yahweh is gracious”. Pronounced as joh-VAHN-nee. 

Giraldo

Giraldo is a spelling variation of Girlado which means “ruler with the spear”. Pronounced as JHihRAALDow.

Girlado

Girlado is an Italian variation of Gerald which means “ruler with the spear”. Pronounced approximately as jeer-lah-dow.

Girolamo

Girolamo is a variation of Gerome which means “sacred name”. (Similar to Geronimo.) Pronounced as JHihRowLAAMow.

Giuanne

Giuanne is a variation of Giovanni which means “Yahweh is gracious”. (Similar to Giannino.) 

Giuliano

Giuliano is a masculine variation of Giuliana which means “youthful”. Pronounced as jyoo-lee-Ah-no or joo-LYA-no.

Giulio

Giulio is a diminutive variation of Giuliano which means “youthful”. Pronounced as JYOO-lee-o or JOO-lyo.

Giuseppe

Giuseppe is an Italian variation of Joseph which means “Yahweh will add (another son)”. Pronounced as joo-ZEHP-peh. Giuseppe was the name of a military leader who united Italy in the 19th century.

Giuseppino

Giuseppino is a variation of Guiseppe which means “Yahweh will add (another son)”. Pronounced approximately as JHih-SEHP-IYNow.

Giustino

Giustino is a spelling variation of Guistino which means “righteous”. Pronounced as joos-TEE-no or joo-STEE-no.

Glauco

Glauco means “bluish grey” and pronounced as GLOW-ko. dutch names for baby boys and baby girls

Goffredo

Goffredo is a spelling variation of Geofredo which means “peaceful ruler”. Pronounced as GowFREY-Duw.

Graziano

Graziano means “pleasing” and pronounced as gra-TSYA-no.

Gregorio

Gregorio is an Italian variation of Gregory which means “vigilant”. Pronounced as greh-GO-ryo.

Grimaldo

Grimaldo means “powerful protector” and pronounced as GRiyMAALDow

Gualberto

Gualberto is a variation of Gualtiero which means “army ruler”. Pronounced approximately as G-AELB-RTow.

Gualtiero

Gualtiero is an Italian variation of Walter which means “army ruler”. Pronounced as GWAHL-tyeh-row.

Guerino

Guerino means “the protector” and pronounced as GWEH-ree-no or GehRIYNow

Guglielmo

Guglielmo is an Italian variation of William which means “resolute protection”. Pronounced as gool-LYEHL-mo.

Guido

Guido means “guide; leader” and pronounced as GWEE-doe. Guido was the name of two 11th-century saints.

Guistino

Guistino is an Italian variation of Justin which means “righteous”. 

Guntero

Guntero means “fight; army; warrior” and pronounced approximately as GAHNTEHRow

Gustavo

Gustavo is an Italian variation of Gustav which means “staff of the Goths”. Pronounced as goo-STA-vo.

Herberto

Herberto is an Italian variation of Herbert which means “bright army”.

Heriberto

Heriberto is a variation of Herberto which means “bright army”. 

Hisidro

Hisidro is an Italian variation of Isidore which means “gift of Isis”. (Similar to Cedro.)

Iacopo

Iacopo is a variation of Jacopo which means “holder of the heel” or “supplanter”. Pronounced as YA-ko-po.

Ignàtziu

Ignàtziu is an Italian variation for Ignacio which means “fiery”. 

Ignazio

Ignazio is a variation of Ignàtziu which means “fiery”. Pronounced as een-NYAT-tsyo.

Igor

Igor means “warrior” and pronounced as EE-gor. 

Ilario

Ilario means “cheerful” and pronounced as ee-LAHR-yow. 

Innocenzo

Innocenzo is a spelling variation of Inocenzo which means “harmless; guiltless”. Pronounced as een-no-CHEHN-tso.

Inocenzio

Inocenzio is an Italian variation of Innocent which means “harmless; guiltless”. 

Inocenzo

Inocenzo is a variation of Inocenzio which means “harmless; guiltless”. Pronounced approximately as i-no-tchen-zo.

Ippolito

Ippolito is an Italian variation of Hippolyte which means “he who frees horses”. Pronounced as ee-po-lee-tow.

Isaia

Isaia is an Italian variation of Isaiah which means “the Lord is my salvation”. Pronounced as ee-zah-ya.

Isidoro

Isidoro is a variation of Hisidro which means “gift of Isis”. Pronounced as ee-zee-DO-ro.

Italo

Italo means “from Italy” and pronounced as ihTAALow.

Ivan

Ivan is a variation of John which means “Yahweh is gracious”. Pronounced as ee-VAHN.

Ivano

Ivano is a variation of Ivan which means “Yahweh is gracious”. Pronounced as IHVAANow.

Ivo

Ivo means “yew” and pronounced as EE-vo. Ivo was the name of several saints (who are also commonly known as Saint Yves or Ives).

Jacopo

Jacopo is an Italian variation of Jacob which means “holder of the heel” or “supplanter”. (Similar to Giacobbe.) Pronounced as YA-ko-po. 

Ladislao

Ladislao is an Italian variation of Vladislav which means “rule with glory”. Pronounced approximately as la-deez-lahw.

Lamberto

Lamberto is an Italian variation of Lambert which means “land brilliant” or “famous landowner”. Pronounced as lam-BEHR-to.

Lando

Lando is either an Italian variation of Lance or Roland. Lance means “lance; spear” while Roland means “famous throughout the land”. Pronounced as LAHN-do.

Lapo

Lapo is a diminutive variation of Jacopo which means “holder of the heel” or “supplanter”. Pronounced as LAH-Pow.

Lanz

Lanz is an Italian variation of Lance which means “servant”. 

Lauro

Lauro is a masculine variation of Laura which means “bay laurel”. Pronounced as LOW-ro.

Lazaro

Lazaro is an Italian variation of Lazarus which means “God is my helper”. Pronounced as LAA-Zaa-Row.

Lazzaro

Lazzaro is a spelling variation of Lazaro which means “God is my helper”. Pronounced as LAA-Zaa-Row.

Leandro

Leandro is an Italian variation of Leander which means “lion-man”. Pronounced as lee-ANN-droh. 

Lelio

Lelio is a feminine variation of Lelia which is a botanical name. Pronounced as LEHL-yow.

Leonardo

Leonardo is an Italian variation of Leonard which means “brave lion”. Pronounced as leh-o-NAR-do. Leonardo was the name of the towering figure of Italian Renaissance painter-scientist-inventor Leonardo da Vinci.

Leone

Leone means “lion” and pronounced as leh-O-neh.dutch names for baby boys and baby girls

Leonello

Leonello is a variation of Leone which means “lion”. Pronounced as LE-o-nel-lo.

Leonida

Leonida is an Italian variation of Leonidas which means “lion”. Pronounced as LE-o-nee-da. Leonida is the modern Italian form of the name of the ancient Spartan king.

Leonzio

Leonzio is a variation of Leone which means “lion”. (Similar to Leonello.) Pronounced as Leh-ow-NZiy-ow-.

Leopoldo

Leopoldo is an Italian variation of Leopold which means “brave people”. Pronounced as Leh-ow-POWL-Dow.

Liberatore

Liberatore means “liberator” and pronounced as lee-beh-raa-toh-reh

Liborio

Liborio is an Italian variation of Liberato which means “freedom”. Pronounced as lee-BOWR-yow.

Lino

Lino is an Italian variation of Linus which means “flax”. Pronounced as LEE-no.

Lionzio

Lionzio is a spelling variation of Leonzio which means “lion”. 

Livio

Livio is an Italian variation of Livius which means “blue; envious”. Pronounced as LEE-vyo.

Lodovico

Lodovico is an Italian variation of Louis which means “renowned warrior”. Pronounced as loh-doh-vee-ko.

Lorenzo

Lorenzo is an Italian variation of Laurence which means “from Laurentium”. Pronounced as lo-REHN-tso. Lorenzo was the name of a ruler of Florence during the Renaissance. 

Lotario

Lotario is an Italian variation of Luther which means “army people”. Pronounced as lo-tahr-yow.

Luciano

Luciano is an Italian variation of Lucian which means “light”. Pronounced as loo-CHAHN-oh. 

Lucilio

Lucilio is a variation of Luciano which means “light”. Pronounced approximately as loo-CHEE-lee-yow.

Lucio

Lucio is a diminutive variation of Lucilio which means “light”. Pronounced as LOO-cho.

Ludovic

Ludovic means “famous warrior” and pronounced as loo-do-VEEk.

Ludovico

Ludovico is a variation of Ludovic which means “famous warrior”. Pronounced as loo-do-VEE-ko.

Luigi

Luigi is a variation of Lodovico which means “renowned warrior”. Pronounced as loo-EE-jee.

Luigino

Luigino is a variation of Luigi which means “renowned warrior”. Pronounced as loo-EE-jee-no.

Maggio

Maggio means “may” and pronounced approximately as mah-jhow

Manfredo

Manfredo is an Italian variation of Manfred which means “man of peace”. Pronounced as Mae-NFREY-Duw.

Manlio

Manlio means “morning” and pronounced as MAN-lyo.

Mano

Mano means “hand” and pronounced as MAANow

Manuel

Manuel is a variation of Emanuele which means “God is with us”. Pronounced as MA-nwehl.

Manuele

Manuele is a spelling variation of Manuel which means “God is with us”. Pronounced as ma-noo-EH-leh.

Manzu

There is no specific meaning for Manzu. Pronounced as man-zoo. Manzu is normally associated with the modern Italian sculptor, Giacomo Manzù. 

Marcellino

Marcellino is a variation of Marcello which means “war-like”. Pronounced as mar-chehl-LEE-no.

Marcello

Marcello means “war-like” and pronounced as mar-CHEHL-lo

Marciano

Marciano means “dedicated to Mars” and pronounced as mar-CHA-now

Marco

Marco is an Italian variation of Mark which means “war-like”. Pronounced as MAR-ko.

Mariano

Mariano is a variation of Marciano which means “dedicated to Mars”. Pronounced as ma-RYA-no.

Marino

Marino is a variation of Mario which means “dedicated to Mars”. Pronounced as ma-REE-no.

Mario

Mario is a diminutive variation of Mariano which means “dedicated to Mars”. Pronounced as MA-ryo.

Màriu

Màriu is a variation of Mario which means “dedicated to Mars”. (Similar to Marino.)

Martino

Martino is an Italian variation of Martin which means “war-like”. Pronounced as mar-TEE-no.

Marzio

Marzio is a variation of Mario which means “dedicated to Mars”. (Similar to Marino and Màriu.) Pronounced as MAR-tsyo.

Maso

Maso is a diminutive variation of Tomasso which means “twin”. Pronounced as MAA-zow.

Massimiliano

Massimiliano is an Italian variation of Maximilian which means “greatest”. Pronounced as mas-see-mee-LYA-no.

Massimo

Massimo is a variation of Maximo which means “greatest”. Pronounced as mas-SEE-mo or MAS-see-mo.

Mateo

Mateo is an Italian variation of Matthew which means “gift of God”. Pronounced as ma-TEH-o.

Matteo

Matteo is a spelling variation of Mateo which means “gift of God”. Pronounced as mat-TEH-o.dutch names for baby boys and baby girls

Maurizio

Maurizio is an Italian variation of Maurice which means “swarthy; dark skinned; moor”. Pronounced as mow-REET-tsyo.

Mauro

Mauro is a diminutive variation of Maurizio which means “swarthy; dark skinned; moor”. Pronounced as MOW-ro. 

Maximo

Maximo is an Italian variation of Maximus which means “greatest”. Pronounced as mahk-see-mo.

Melchiorre

Melchiorre means “king; city; light” and pronounced as mehl-KYAWR-reh or mel-KYOR-re. 

Meo

Meo is an Italian diminutive variation of Bartholomew which means “son of the furrow”. Pronounced as MEH-yow.

Mercurio

Mercurio is an Italian variation of Mercury which is a Roman mythological name. Pronounced as mehr-kur-yow.

Michelangelo

Michelangelo is a combination of Michael and Angelo. Michael means “who is like God?” while Angelo means “angel; messenger”. Pronounced as mee-ke-LAN-je-lo (Italian) or mie-kah-LAN-jah-lo (English). 

Mirko

Mirko means “glory; peace” and pronounced as MEER-ko

Modesto

Modesto means “moderate” and pronounced as mo-DEH-sto

Morandi

There is no specific meaning for Morandi. Pronounced as mo-rahn-dee. Morandi was the last name of the twentieth-century Italian painter of quietly expressive still life.  

Naldo

Naldo is a diminutive variation of names ending in naldo, such as Ronaldo or Arnaldo. Pronounced as NAL-do.

Napoleone

Napoleone is the original Italian variation of Napoleon which means “lion of the new city” or “son of mist”. Pronounced as na-po-leh-O-neh.

Narciso

Narciso is an Italian variation of Narcissus which means “numbness; sleep” or “daffodil”. Pronounced as nar-CHEE-zo.

Natanaele

Natanaele is a variation of Nataniele which means “gift of God”. Pronounced approximately as na-tah-na-ehl.

Nataniele

Nataniele is an Italian variation of Nathaniel which means “gift of God”. 

Nazario

Nazario is an Italian variation of Nazareth which is a Hebrew place-name. Pronounced as na-TSA-ryo. Nazareth was the town in Galilee where Jesus lived. 

Nazzareno

Nazzareno means “from Nazareth” and pronounced as na-zah-reh-now

Nereo

Nereo means “water” or “sea nymph” and pronounced as nee-reh-yow

Nerio

Nerio is a spelling variation of Nereo which means “water” or “sea nymph”. Pronounced as neh-ree-yow.

Nero

Nero is a diminutive variation of Raniero which means “counsel; advice; army”. Pronounced as NEH-ro.

Nestore

Nestore is an Italian variation of Nestor which means “homecoming” or “voyager”. 

Nevio

Nevio means “mole” or “birthmark” and pronounced as NEH-vyo

Niccolò

Niccolò is a spelling variation of Nicolò which means “people of victory”. Pronounced as neek-ko-LO. Niccolò was the name of a 16th-century political philosopher from Florence.

Nicodemo

Nicodemo is an Italian variation of Nicodemus which means “victory of the people”. Pronounced as nee-ko-DEH-mo.

Nicolao

Nicolao is a variation of Nicolo which means “people of victory”. Pronounced as NIHKOWL-aw.

Nicolo

Nicolo is an Italian variation of Nicholas which means “people of victory”. Pronounced as nee-ko-LO.

Nicolò

Nicolò is a spelling variation of Nicolo which means “people of victory”.

Nicomede

Nicomede means “pondering victory” and pronounced as nee-ko-MEH-deh.

Nicostrato

Nicostrato means “army of victory” and pronounced as nee-ko-STRA-to.

Nino

Nino is a diminutive variation of names ending in nino, such as Giannino or Antonino. Pronounced as NEE-no.

Noè

Noè is an Italian variation of Noah which means “rest; wandering”. Pronounced approximately as no-EH.

Norberto

Norberto is an Italian variation of Norbert which means “renowned northerner”. Pronounced as nor-BEHR-to.

Nuncio

Nuncio means “messenger” and pronounced as NUW-NSiy-ow-.

Nunzio

Nunzio is a variation of Nuncio which means “messenger”. Pronounced as NOON-tsyo.

Oddo

Oddo is a variation of Otello which means “wealthy”. Pronounced as OWD-ow.

Oliviero

Oliviero is an Italian variation of Oliver which means “olive tree”. Pronounced as o-lee-VYEH-ro.

Onofredo

Onofredo is an Italian variation of Humphrey which means “peaceful warrior”. Pronounced approximately as owNAOFREYDow.

Onofrio

Onofrio means “he who is happy” and pronounced as owNOWFRiyow

Oratio

Oratio is an Italian variation of Horace which means “timekeeper”.

Orazio

Orazio is a variation of Oratio which means “timekeeper”. Pronounced as o-RAT-tsyo.

Orfeo

Orfeo is an Italian variation of Orpheus which means “the darkness of night”. Pronounced as or-FEH-o.

Orlando

Orlando is a variation of Rolando which means “famous throughout the land”. Pronounced as or-LAN-do.

Orsino

Orsino means “bear-like” and pronounced as or-see-now. Orsino is the name of a character in Shakespeare’s play ‘Twelfth Night’ (1602).

Orso

Orso means “bear cub” and pronounced as OR-sow

Oscar

Oscar means “deer friend” or “God spear” and pronounced as AWS-kar (Italian) or AHS-kahr (English). 

Osvaldo

Osvaldo is an Italian variation of Oswald which means “divine power”. Pronounced as oz-VAL-do.

Otello

Otello is an Italian variation of Otto which means “wealthy”. Pronounced as o-TEL-lo.dutch names for baby boys and baby girls

Ottaviano

Ottaviano is an Italian variation of Octavius which means “eight”. Pronounced as owTaaViyAANow.

Ottavio

Ottavio is a diminutive variation of Ottaviano which means “eight”. Pronounced as ot-TA-vyo.

Ottone

Ottone is a variation of Otello which means “wealthy”. (Similar to Oddo.) Pronounced as o-tow-neh.

Ottorino

Ottorino is a variation of Ottone which means “wealthy”. Pronounced as o-tow-ree-now. 

Ovidio

Ovidio is an Italian variation of Ovid which means “sheep”. Pronounced as ow-vee-dee-yow.

Palmiro

Palmiro means “pilgrim” or “a crusader” and pronounced as pal-mee-row. Palmiro is sometimes given to a child born on Palm Sunday.

Pancrazio

Pancrazio means “all power” and pronounced as pan-KRA-tsyo. 

Panfilo

Panfilo means “friend of all” and pronounced as pan-fee-low

Pantaleone

Pantaleone is an Italian variation of Pantaleon which means “all; every; lion”. Pronounced as pan-ta-leh-ON-eh.

Paolino

Paolino is a variation of Paolo which means “small”. Pronounced as pa-o-LEE-no.

Paolo

Paolo is an Italian variation of Paul which means “small”. Pronounced as PA-o-lo.

Paride

Paride is an Italian variation of Paris which is a French place-name. Pronounced as pa-ree-deh.

Pasquale

Pasquale is an Italian variation of Pascal which means “of the Passover; Easter”. Pronounced as pa-SKWA-leh.

Pasqualino

Pasqualino is a variation of Pasquale which means “of the Passover; Easter”. Pronounced as PaaSKWAHLIYNow.

Patrizio

Patrizio is an Italian variation of Patrick which means “nobleman”. Pronounced as pa-TREET-tsyo.

Pàulu

Pàulu is a spelling variation of Paolo which means “small”.

Pedru

Pedru is a variation of Piero which means “rock”. 

Pellegrino

Pellegrino is an Italian variation of Peregrine which means “pilgrim; traveler”. Pronounced as PEHLehGRIYNow.

Pepe

Pepe is a variation of Beppe which means “Yahweh will add (another son)”. Pronounced as PIY-Piy-.

Peppe

Peppe is a spelling variation of Pepe which means “Yahweh will add (another son)”. 

Peppi

Peppi is a variation of Pepe which means “Yahweh will add (another son)”. Pronounced as PEHPiy.

Peppino

Peppino is a variation of Peppi which means “Yahweh will add (another son)”. Pronounced as PEHP-IYNow.

Pier

Pier is a variation of Piero which means “rock”. (Similar to Pedru.) Pronounced as PYEHR.

Pierino

Pierino is a variation of Pier which means “rock”. Pronounced as pyeh-REE-no. 

Pierluigi

Pierluigi is a combination of Piero and Luigi. Piero means “rock” while Luigi means “renowned warrior”. Pronounced as pyehr-loo-EE-jee.

Piero

Piero is an Italian variation of Peter which means “rock”. Pronounced as PYEH-ro.

Pietro

Pietro is a variation of Piero which means “rock”. (Similar to Pedru and Pier.) Pronounced as PYEH-tro.

Pino

Pino is a diminutive variation of Giuseppino which means “Yahweh will add (another son)”. Pronounced as PEE-no.

Pio

Pio means “pious; dutiful” and pronounced as PIY-ow-.

Placido

Placido is a masculine variation of Placida which means “serene”. Pronounced as PLA-chee-do.

Plinio

Plinio means “he who has many skills” and pronounced as pleen-yow

Pompeo

Pompeo means “five” and pronounced as pom-PEH-o. 

Ponzio

Ponzio means “the sea” or “five” and pronounced as pon-zee-yow

Porfirio

Porfirio means “purple dye” and pronounced approximately as PaoR-FIY-Riy-ow-. Porfirio was the name of several early saints.

Primo

Primo means “first” and pronounced as PREE-mo. Primo was the name of an Italian author who was known for his writings on the Holocaust. 

Prospero

Prospero is an Italian variation of Prosper which means “prosperous”. Pronounced as PRAW-speh-ro.

Prudenzio

Prudenzio means “prudence” and pronounced as proo-DEHN-tsyo. 

Quintino

Quintino means “fifth” and pronounced as KWIHNTIYNow

Quinto

Quinto is a diminutive variation of Quintino which means “fifth”. Pronounced as KWIHNTow.

Quirino

Quirino means “spear” and pronounced as KWIHRIYNow.

Rafaele

Rafaele is an Italian variation of Raphael which means “God has healed”. Pronounced as ra-fah-eh-leh.

Raffaello

Raffaello is a variation of Rafaele which means “God has healed”. Pronounced as ra-fah-eh-low.

Raimondo

Raimondo is an Italian variation of Raymond which means “well-advised protector”. Pronounced as rie-MON-do.

Ranieri

Ranieri is an Italian variation of Ragnar which means “warrior”. Pronounced as ra-NYE-ree.

Raniero

Raniero is a variation of Ranieri which means “warrior”. Pronounced as ra-NYE-ro. 

Raoul

Raoul is an Italian variation of Ralph which means “wolf counsel”. Pronounced as RA-OOL. 

Raul

Raul is a spelling variation of Raoul which means “wolf counsel”. Pronounced as ra-OOL.

Remigio

Remigio means “cure; remedy; oarsman” and pronounced as re-MEE-jo. dutch names for baby boys and baby girls

Remo

Remo means “oar” or “the strong one” and pronounced as REH-mo

Renato

Renato means “reborn” and pronounced as reh-NA-to.

Renzo

Renzo is a diminutive variation of Lorenzo which means “from Laurentium”. Pronounced as REHN-tso.

Riccardo

Riccardo is an Italian variation of Richard which means “dominant ruler”. Pronounced as reek-KAR-do.

Ricciardo

Ricciardo is a variation of Riccardo which means “dominant ruler”. Pronounced as RiyCH-AARDow.

Ricco

Ricco is a diminutive variation of Riccardo which means “dominant ruler”. Pronounced as RIHKow.

Rico

Rico is a spelling variation of Ricco which means “dominant ruler”. 

Rinaldo

Rinaldo is an Italian variation of Reynold which means “well-advised ruler”. Pronounced as ree-nahl-dow.

Rino

Rino is a diminutive variation of names ending in -rino, such as Cirino or Marino. Pronounced as REE-no.

Roberto

Roberto is an Italian variation of Robert which means “bright fame”. Pronounced as ro-BEHR-to.

Rocco

Rocco means “rest” and pronounced as RAWK-ko. Rocco was the name of a 14th-century French saint who is the patron saint of the sick.

Rocky

Rocky is a variation of Rocco which means “rest”. Pronounced as RAHK-ee.

Rodolfo

Rodolfo is a variation of Rudolpho which means “famous wolf”. Pronounced as ro-DAWL-fo.

Rodrigo

Rodrigo is an Italian variation of Roderick which means “famous ruler”. Pronounced as ro-DREE-go.

Rolando

Rolando is an Italian variation of Roland which means “famous throughout the land”. Pronounced as ro-LAN-do.

Romano

Romano is an Italian variation of Roman which means “citizen of Rome”. Pronounced as ro-MA-no.

Romeo

Romeo means “pilgrim to Rome” and pronounced as ro-MEH-o. Romeo is a famous Shakespearean name.

Romolo

Romolo is an Italian variation of Romulus which means “citizen of Rome” or “strength”. Pronounced as RO-mo-lo.

Roreto

Roreto is an Italian place-name. Pronounced approximately as row-rehy-tow.

Rudolpho

Rudolpho is an Italian variation of Rudolph which means “famous wolf”. 

Rufino

Rufino is an Italian variation of Rufus which means “red-haired”. Pronounced as roo-FEE-no.

Ruggero

Ruggero is an Italian variation of Roger which means “famous warrior”. Pronounced as rood-JEH-ro.

Ruggiero

Ruggiero is a spelling variation of Ruggero which means “famous warrior”. Pronounced as rood-JEH-ro.

Ruperto

Ruperto is a variation of Roberto which means “bright fame”. Pronounced as roo-PEHR-to.

Sabino

Sabino is a masculine variation of Sabina which means “from the Sabines”. Pronounced as sa-bee-now.

Salamone

Salamone is an Italian variation of Solomon which means “peace”. Pronounced as sa-lah-mo-neh.

Salvatore

Salvatore is an Italian variation of Salvador which means “savior”. Pronounced as sal-va-TO-reh.

Salvatorio

Salvatorio is a variation of Salvatore which means “savior”. Pronounced approximately as SAELVaaTAORiyow.

Salvio

Salvio means “saved” or “cured” and pronounced as SAHLViyow

Salvo

Salvo is a variation of Salvio which means “saved” or “cured”. Pronounced as SAHLVow.

Samuele

Samuele is an Italian variation of Samuel which means “God has heard”. Pronounced as sa-MWEH-leh.

Sandro

Sandro is a diminutive variation of Alessandro which means “defending men”. Pronounced as SAN-dro.

Sansone

Sansone is an Italian variation of Samson which means “sun”. Pronounced as san-SO-nay or san-SO-neh.

Santino

Santino means “little saint” and pronounced as san-TEE-no

Santo

Santo means “saint; holy” and pronounced as SAN-to.

Sanzio

Sanzio is a variation of Santo which means “saint; holy”. Pronounced as SAHNZiyow.

Saturnino

Saturnino means “Saturn” or “dedicated to Saturn” and pronounced as sa-toor-NEE-no

Saverio

Saverio is an Italian variation of Xavier which means “the new house” or “bright”. Pronounced as sa-BEHR-yow.

Savino

Savino is a variation of Sabino which means “from the Sabines”. Pronounced as SaaVIYNow.

Savio

Savio means “clever; bright” or “the savior” and pronounced as SA-vyo

Scevola

Scevola means “left-handed” and pronounced as SHEH-vo-la

Sebastiano

Sebastiano is an Italian variation of Sebastian which means “person from ancient city of Sebasta”. Pronounced as seh-bahs-tyah-now.

Serafino

Serafino is a masculine variation of Serafina which means “fiery”. Pronounced as se-rah-fee-no.

Sergio

Sergio is an Italian variation of Sergius which is a Roman clan name that possibly means “servant”. Pronounced as SEHR-jo. 

Sesto

Sesto is an Italian variation of Sextus which means “sixth born”. Pronounced as SEH-sto.

Settimio

Settimio means “seventh” and pronounced as seh-tee-mee-yow.dutch names for baby boys and baby girls

Settimo

Settimo is a variation of Settimio which means “seventh”. Pronounced as seh-tee-mow.

Severiano

Severiano is a variation of Severino which means “stern”. Pronounced as seh-veh-RYA-no.

Severino

Severino is an Italian variation of Severin which means “stern”. Pronounced as seh-veh-REE-no.

Severo

Severo is a diminutive variation of Severino which means “stern”. Pronounced as seh-VEH-ro or say-VAY-ro. 

Sigefriedo

Sigefriedo is an Italian variation of Siegfried which means “victorious peace”. Pronounced approximately as SIHGEHFRIYEYDow.

Sigfrido

Sigfrido is a variation of Sigefriedo which means “victorious peace”. Pronounced as seeg-FREE-do.

Sigismondo

Sigismondo means “victorious defender” and pronounced as see-gihs-mown-do

Silvano

Silvano is an Italian variation of Silvanus which means “man of the woods”. Pronounced as seel-VA-no. Silvanus is the Roman god of the forests and is also an alternate name in the New Testament for Silas.

Silvestro

Silvestro is an Italian variation of Sylvester which means “man of the woods”. Pronounced as seel-VEH-stro.

Silvio

Silvio is a diminutive variation of Silvano which means “man of the woods”. Pronounced as SEEL-vyo.

Sisto

Sisto is a spelling variation of Sesto which means “sixth born”. Pronounced as SIHSTow.

Stefano

Stefano is an Italian variation of Stephen which means “crown”. Pronounced as STEH-fa-no.

Tacito

Tacito means “silent; mute” and pronounced as ta-CHEE-to. 

Taddeo

Taddeo is an Italian variation of Thaddeus which means “gift of God”. Pronounced as Taa-DEH-ow-.

Tammaro

Tammaro means “famous thought” or “palm tree” and pronounced as tah-maa-row.

Tancredi

Tancredi is a variation of Tancredo which means “thoughtful counsel”. Pronounced as TaaNKREHDiy.

Tancredo

Tancredo means “thoughtful counsel” and pronounced as ton-CRAY-doh. 

Tasso

Tasso means “cup” and pronounced as TAHSOW. Tasso was the name of a great sixteenth-century Italian epic poet, Torquato Tasso.

Teo

Teo is a diminutive variation of names with the element teo, such as Teodosio or Matteo. Pronounced as TEH-o.

Teobaldo

Teobaldo is an Italian variation of Theobald which means “courageous people”. Pronounced as TEH-o-BAHL-dow.

Teodoro

Teodoro is a variation of Teodosio which means “gift of God”. Pronounced as teh-o-DO-ro.

Teodosio

Teodosio is an Italian variation of Theodore which means “gift of God”. Pronounced as teh-o-DHO-zyow.

Teofilo

Teofilo is an Italian variation of Theophilus which means “friend of God”. Pronounced as teh-AW-fee-lo.

Terancio

Terancio is a diminutive variation of Terenciano which is a variation of a Latin clan name. 

Terenciano

Terenciano is an Italian variation of Terence which is a Latin clan name. 

Terenzio

Terenzio is a variation of Terancio which is a variation of a Latin clan name. Pronounced approximately as TEHREHNZiyow.

Terzo

Terzo means “third” and pronounced as TEHR-tso. 

Thadeo

Thadeo is a spelling variation of Taddeo which means “gift of God”. Pronounced as Taa-DEH-ow-.

Timeo

Timeo means “honor” and pronounced as TIME-ee-oh. 

Timoteo

Timoteo is an Italian variation of Timothy which means “honoring God”. Pronounced as tee-MAW-teh-o.

Tino

Tino is a diminutive variation of names ending in -tino, such as Valentino or Martino. Pronounced as TEE-no.

Tito

Tito is a diminutive variation of Tiziano which means “title of honor”. Pronounced as TEE-to.

Tiziano

Tiziano is an Italian variation of Titus which means “title of honor”. Pronounced as teet-TSYA-no. Tiziano was the name of a Venetian Renaissance painter Tiziano Vecellio.

Tomasso

Tomasso is an Italian variation of Thomas which means “twin”. Pronounced as to-mah-sow.

Tommaso

Tommaso is a spelling variation of Tomasso which means “twin”. 

Tonino

Tonino is a variation of Tonio which means “priceless one”. Pronounced as toh-nee-now.

Tonio

Tonio is a diminutive variation of Antonio which means “priceless one”. Pronounced as TOW-Niy-ow-.

Tore

Tore is a diminutive variation of Salvatore which means “savior”. Pronounced as TOW-reh.

Tristano

Tristano is an Italian variation of Tristan which means “riot” or “sorrowful”. Pronounced as trees-TAH-no.

Tullio

There is no specific meaning for Tullio. Pronounced as tul-yow.

Ubert

Ubert is an Italian variation of Hubert which means “bright intellect”. Pronounced as oo-BEHRT.

Uberto

Uberto is a variation of Ubert which means “bright intellect”. Pronounced as oo-BEHR-to.

Ugo

Ugo is an Italian variation of Hugh which means “heart; mind; spirit”. Pronounced as OO-go. dutch names for baby boys and baby girls

Ulderico

Ulderico is an Italian variation of Hulderic which means “a merciful ruler”. Pronounced as ool-deh-ree-koh.

Ulisse

Ulisse is an Italian variation of Ulysses which means “to hate”. Pronounced as oo-LEES-seh.

Ulrico

Ulrico is an Italian variation of Ulric which means “powerful ruler”. Pronounced as ool-REE-ko.

Umberto

Umberto is an Italian variation of Humbert which means “renowned warrior” or “famous warrior”. Pronounced as oom-BEHR-to.

Urbano

Urbano is an Italian variation of Urban which means “of the city”. Pronounced as oor-BA-no.

Urso

Urso means “bear” and pronounced as OOR-so. 

Valente

Valente is a variation of Valentio which means “strength; health”. Pronounced as Vaa-len-teh.

Valentino

Valentino is a variation of Valentio which means “strength; health”. (Similar to Valente.) Pronounced as va-lehn-TEE-no.

Valentio

Valentio is an Italian variation of Valentine which means “strength; health”.

Valerio

Valerio is a diminutive variation of Valentino which means “strength; health”. Pronounced as va-LEH-ryo.

Valter

Valter is an Italian variation of Walter which means “army ruler”. (Similar to Gualtiero.) Pronounced as VAL-tehr.

Vanni

Vanni is a diminutive variation of Giovanni which means “Yahweh is gracious”. (Similar to Gian.) Pronounced as VAN-nee.

Vasco

Vasco means “crow” and pronounced approximately as VAHSKOW

Venceslao

Venceslao means “greater glory” and pronounced as vihn-chez-lahw

Venezio

Venezio means “man from Venice” and pronounced as VIHNehZiyow

Vespasiano

Vespasiano is an Italian variation of Vespasian which means “evening; west”. Pronounced as vehs-pas-yah-now.

Vesuvio

Vesuvio means “from the Volcano” and pronounced as veh-suwv-yow or VAHSUWViyow

Vicenzo

Vicenzo is an Italian variation of Vincent which means “conquering”. Pronounced approximately as vee-chen-zow.

Vico

Vico is a diminutive variation of Lodovico which means “renowned warrior”. Pronounced as VEE-ko.

Vilfredo

Vilfredo is an Italian variation of Wilfred which means “desires peace”. Pronounced as VEEL-freh-dow.

Vincente

Vincente is a variation of Vicenzo which means “conquering”. Pronounced as veen-CHEHN-teh.

Vincenzio

Vincenzio is a variation of Vicenzo which means “conquering”. (Similar to Vincente.) Pronounced as VIHNCHEHNZiyow.

Vincenzo

Vincenzo is a spelling variation of Vincenzio which means “conquering”. Pronounced as veen-CHEHN-tso. 

Vinicio

Vinicio means “wine” and pronounced as vee-nee-cho

Virgilio

Virgilio is an Italian variation of Virgil which means “staff bearer”. Pronounced as veer-JEE-lyo.

Vitale

Vitale means “of life; vital” and pronounced as vee-ta-leh

Vito

Vito means “life” and pronounced as VEE-to

Vittore

Vittore is a variation of Vittorio which means “conqueror”. Pronounced as veet-TO-reh. 

Vittorino

Vittorino is a variation of Vittorio which means “conqueror”. (Similar to Vittore.) Pronounced as veet-TO-ree-now.

Vittorio

Vittorio is an Italian variation of Victor which means “conqueror”. Pronounced as veet-TAW-ryo.

Vitus

Vitus is a variation of Vito which means “life”. Pronounced approximately as VIY-Tuw-Z. Vitus was the name of a child saint and martyr whose name is a term for the nervous condition known as Saint Vitus’ Dance. 

Vivaldo

Vivaldo means “who dominates the will”. 

Zeno

Zeno means “gift of Zeus” and pronounced as DZEH-no. Zeno was the name of two famous Greek philosophers: Zeno of Elea and Zeno of Citium, the founder of the Stoic school in Athens.

Italian Girl Names

Abriana

Abriana is a feminine variation of Abramo which means “father of multitudes”. Pronounced as aa-BRiy-AE-N-aa-.

Ada

Ada is a diminutive variation of Adelina which means “noble”. Pronounced as aa-DAH.Beautiful Italian names for baby girls and boys

Adelaide

Adelaide is a variation of Adelina which means “noble”. Pronounced as a-deh-LIE-de. Adelaide was the name of the wife of the Holy Roman emperor Otto the Great.

Adele

Adele is a diminutive variation of Adelaide which means “noble”. Pronounced as a-DEH-leh. 

Adelina

Adelina is an Italian variation of Adeline which means “noble”. Pronounced as a-deh-LEE-na.

Adriana

Adriana means “woman from Adria” and pronounced as a-dree-A-na

Agata

Agata is an Italian variation of Agatha which means “good woman”. Pronounced as a-GA-ta.

Agnella

Agnella is an Italian variation of Agnes which means “pure, virginal”. Pronounced as AEGNEHLAH.

Agnesca

Agnesca is a variation of Agnella which means “pure, virginal”. 

Agnese

Agnese is a diminutive variation of Agnesina which means “pure, virginal”. Pronounced as an-NYE-ze. 

Agnesina

Agnesina is a variation of Agnella which means “pure, virginal”. (Similar to Agnesca.) 

Agnola

Agnola is a diminutive variation of Agnella which means “pure, virginal”. Pronounced as ag-now-lah.

Agostina

Agostina is a feminine variation of Agostino which means “great”. Pronounced as a-go-STEE-na.

Aida

Aida means “happy” and pronounced as eye-da. 

Alba

Alba means “white” or “dawn” and pronounced as AL-ba

Alberta

Alberta is a feminine variation of Alberto which means “noble and bright”. Pronounced as al-BEHR-ta. Alberta is the name of a Canadian province, which was named in honor of a daughter of Queen Victoria.

Albertina

Albertina is a variation of Alberta which means “noble and bright”. Pronounced as al-behr-TEE-na.

Albina

Albina is a feminine variation of Albino which means “white; fair one”. Pronounced as al-BEE-na.

Alda

Alda is a feminine variation of Aldo “old and wise” or “noble”. Pronounced as AL-da.

Alessa

Alessa is a diminutive variation of Alessandra which means “defending men”. Pronounced as a-LEHS-sa.

Alessandra

Alessandra is a feminine variation of Alessandro which means “defending men”. Pronounced as a-lehs-SAN-dra.

Alessia

Alessia is a feminine variation of Alessio which means “defender”. Pronounced as a-LEHS-sya.

Alexandra

Alexandra is a variation of Alessandra which means “defending men”. Pronounced as a-lehk-SAN-dra. Alexandra was the name of several early Christian saints. 

Alfonsina

Alfonsina is a feminine variation of Alfonso which means “noble and ready”. Pronounced as al-fown-see-na.

Alfreda

Alfreda is a feminine variation of Alfredo which means “wise counselor”. Pronounced as al-FREH-da.

Alice

Alice is a diminutive variation of Adelaide which means “noble”. (Similar to Adele.) Pronounced as a-LEE-che.

Alina

Alina is a diminutive variation of names ending in -lina, such as Adelina or Angelina. Pronounced as a-LEE-na.

Allegra

Allegra means “joyous” and pronounced as al-LEH-gra

Alma

Alma means “nourishing” or “the soul” and pronounced as AL-mah

Amadea

Amadea means “God’s beloved” and pronounced as ah-meh-DEY-a. 

Amalfi

Amalfi is an Italian place-name and pronounced as a-mahl-fee

Amalia

Amalia means “work” and pronounced as ah-MAH-lee-a or ah-mah-LEE-a

Amanda

Amanda means “lovable” and pronounced as a-MAN-da. Amanda was the name of several saints and eighteenth century literary heroines. 

Amara

Amara means “grace” or “bitter” and pronounced as aa-MAA-Raa-

Amaranta

Amaranta is an Italian variation of Amarantha which means “unfading”. Pronounced as a-ma-RAN-ta.

Amata

Amata means “beloved” and pronounced as aa-MAA-Taa-

Ambra

Ambra is an Italian variation of Amber which is an English word name. Pronounced as AHMBRAH.

Amedea

Amedea is a feminine variation of Amedeo which means “lover of God”. Pronounced as a-meh-DEH-a.

Amelia

Amelia is a variation of Amalia which means “work”. Pronounced as a-MEH-lya (Italian) or ah-MEEL-yah (English). 

Amidala

Amidala means “beautiful flower” and pronounced as AHMIHDAALAH

Analia

Analia is a combination of Ana and Lia, Ana means “grace” while Lia means “weary”.

Anastasia

Anastasia means “resurrection” and pronounced as a-na-STA-zya (Italian) or an-ah-STAY-zhah (English). Anastasia is the name of the patron saint of weavers.

Andreina

Andreina is a feminine variation of Andrea which means “strong and manly”. Pronounced as an-drey-nah.

Anete

Anete is an Italian variation of Agnes which means “pure, virginal”. (Similar to Agnella.) Pronounced as AHNEHT-.

Angela

Angela means “angel” and pronounced as ANG-jeh-la (Italian) or AN-jahl-ah (English). 

Angelica

Angelica is a variation of Angela which means “angel”. Pronounced as an-JEH-lee-ka.Beautiful Italian names for baby girls and boys

Angelina

Angelina is a variation of Angela which means “angel”. (Similar to Angelica.) Pronounced as ang-jeh-LEE-na (Italian) or an-jah-LEE-nah (English).

Anna

Anna means “grace” and pronounced as AN-na. Anna was the name of several saints and Russian royals. 

Annabella

Annabella means “loving” and pronounced as an-na-BEHL-la.

Annalisa

Annalisa is a combination of Anna and Lisa, Anna means “grace” while Lisa means “pledged to God”. Pronounced as an-na-lee-sa.

Annamaria

Annamaria is a combination of Anna and Maria, Anna means “grace” while Maria means “pledged to God”. Pronounced as an-na-ma-REE-a.

Annetta

Annetta is a variation of Anna which means “grace”. Pronounced as an-NEHT-ta.

Annunciata

Annunciata is a variation of Annunziata which means “annunciation”. Pronounced approximately as an-noon-chya-ta.

Annunziata

Annunziata means “annunciation” and pronounced as an-noon-TSYA-ta. Annunziata refers to the event in the New Testament in which the angel Gabriel tells the Virgin Mary of the imminent birth of Jesus.

Anselma

Anselma is a feminine variation of Anselmo which means “with divine protection”.

Antonella

Antonella means “first born” or “priceless” and pronounced as an-to-NEHL-la

Antonia

Antonia is a feminine variation of Antonio which means “priceless one”. Pronounced as an-TO-nya (Italian) or an-TO-nee-ah (English). 

Antonietta

Antonietta is a variation of Antonia which means “priceless one”. Pronounced as an-to-NYEHT-ta.

Antonina

Antonina is a feminine variation of Antonino which means “priceless one”. Pronounced as an-to-NEE-na.

Aria

Aria means “air; song; melody” and pronounced as ahr-yah. Aria is a Saint’s name. 

Ariana

Ariana means “most holy” and pronounced as a-RYAN-na or a-ree-AHN-ah

Arianna

Arianna is a spelling variation of Ariana which means “most holy”. Pronounced as a-RYAN-na

Armida

Armida possibly means “little armed man” and pronounced as ar-MEE-da. Armida was possibly created by the 16th-century Italian poet Torquato Tasso for his epic poem ‘Jerusalem Delivered’ (1580).

Armina

Armina is a feminine variation of Armino which means “army man”. Pronounced as ahr-MEE-nah.

Aryana

Aryana is a spelling variation of Ariana which means “most holy”. (Similar to Arianna.)

Aryanna

Aryanna is a spelling variation of Arianna which means “most holy”. 

Asia

Asia possibly means “east” and is a place-name. Pronounced as A-zya (Italian) or AY-zhah (English). 

Assisi

Assisi is an Italian place-name and pronounced as AHSIYSiy

Assunta

Assunta means “assumption” and pronounced as a-soon-tah

Augusta

Augusta is a feminine variation of Augusto which means “august; dignified; holy”. Pronounced as ow-GOOS-ta.

Aura

Aura means “soft breeze”.

Aurelia

Aurelia is a variation of Aureliana which means “the golden one”. Pronounced as ow-REH-lya.

Aureliana

Aureliana is a feminine variation of Aureliano which means “the golden one”. Pronounced as ow-REH-lya-na.

Aurora

Aurora means “dawn” and pronounced as ow-RAW-ra. Aurora was the Roman goddess of the morning.

Azzurra

Azzurra means “azure; sky blue” and pronounced as ad-DZOOR-ra or ad-JOOR-ra. 

Balbina

Balbina is a feminine variation of Balbino which means “stammerer”. Pronounced as bal-BEE-na.

Bambalina

Bambalina means “little girl” and pronounced as bam-ba-lee-na.

Bambi

Bambi means “baby girl” and pronounced as bam-bee. Bambi is often associated with a deer character from a Disney movie.

Barbara

Barbara means “foreign woman” and pronounced as bahr-bah-rah

Barbarella

Barbarella is a variation of Barbara which means “foreign woman”. Pronounced as BAARBaaREHL-AH.

Batista

Batista is a feminine variation of Battista which means “to dip” or “baptist”. Pronounced as BAHTIHSTAH.

Beatrice

Beatrice means “she who brings happiness; blessed” and pronounced as beh-a-TREE-cheh

Bella

Bella means “beautiful” and pronounced as BEHL-aa-

Bellezza

Bellezza means “beauty” and pronounced as beh-leh-zaa.

Benedetta

Benedetta is a feminine variation of Benedetto which means “blessed”. Pronounced as beh-neh-DEHT-ta.

Benigna

Benigna is a feminine variation of Benigno which means “well-born”. Pronounced as beh-NEEN-nya.

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Berenice

Berenice means “she who brings victory” and pronounced as be-re-NEE-che (Italian) or bahr-NEES (English). 

Beretta

Beretta possibly means “exalted one” and pronounced as Beh-REH-ta. Beretta is a gun, so named because of the Italian firearms manufacturer that makes it.

Bernardetta

Bernardetta is an Italian variation of Bernadette which means “brave as a bear”. Pronounced approximately as B-erNAARDEHT-AH.

Bernardina

Bernardina is a feminine variation of Bernardino which means “brave as a bear”. Pronounced as behr-nar-DEE-na.

Beronia

Beronia is a variation of Berenice which means “she who brings victory”. 

Berta

Berta is a diminutive variation of Alberta which means “noble and bright”. Pronounced as BEHR-ta.

Betta

Betta is a diminutive variation of Elizabetta which means “pledged to God”. Pronounced as BET-tah.

Bettina

Bettina is a diminutive variation of Benedetta which means “blessed”. Pronounced as beht-TEE-na.

Bianca

Bianca means “white” and pronounced as BYANG-ka

Bibiana

Bibiana is possibly an early variation of Viviana which means “life”. Pronounced as bee-BYA-na.

Bice

Bice is a diminutive variation of Beatrice which means “she who brings happiness; blessed”. Pronounced as BEE-cheh.

Bionda

Bionda means “blond” and pronounced as bee-yon-da.

Bria

Bria is a diminutive variation of names containing the element bria, such as Brianna or Cambria. Pronounced as BREE-ya.

Brigida

Brigida is an Italian variation of Bridget which means “exalted one”. Pronounced as BRiy-JHIY-D-ah.

Bruna

Bruna is a feminine variation of Bruno which means “brown”. Pronounced as BROO-na.

Brune

Brune is a diminutive variation of Brunetta which means “brown”. Pronounced as BROO-neh.

Brunella

Brunella is a variation of Bruna which means “brown”. Pronounced as BROO-neh-la.

Brunetta

Brunetta is a variation of Bruna which means “brown”. (Similar to Brunella.) Pronounced as BRuwNEHTAH.

Brunilda

Brunilda means “protected by the shield” or “fighting” and pronounced as broo-NEEL-da

Buona

Buona means “good” and pronounced approximately as bwoh-naa

Cadenza

Cadenza is a musical term in Italian. Pronounced as ka-dehn-zaa. Cadenza is a conclusion of a movement in music. 

Caderina

Caderina is a variation of Caterina which means “pure”. 

Calogera

Calogera is a feminine variation of Calogero which means “beautiful elder” or “good old age”. Pronounced as ka-lo-JEH-ra. 

Camilla

Camilla means “acolyte; attendant at a ritual” and pronounced as ka-MEEL-la. Camilla was the name of a legendary warrior maiden of the Volsci, as told by Virgil in the ‘Aeneid’. 

Campana

Campana means “bell ringer” and pronounced as kam-pa-na

Carina

Carina means “dear little one” and pronounced as kaa-ree-naa

Carla

Carla is a feminine variation of Carlo which means “free man”. Pronounced as KAR-la.

Carlotta

Carlotta is an Italian variation of Charlotte which means “free man”. Pronounced as kar-LOT-ta.

Carmela

Carmela is an Italian variation of Carmel which means “garden”. Pronounced as kar-MEH-la.

Carmina

Carmina is a variation of Carmen which means “song” or “garden”. Pronounced as kar-mee-na.

Carola

Carola means “free man” or “carol” and pronounced as ka-ro-la.

Carolina

Carolina is a variation of Carola which means “free man” or “carol”. Pronounced as ka-ro-LEE-na.

Cassandra

Cassandra means “prophetess” and pronounced as kas-SAN-dra. Cassandra is the name of the tragic mythological Trojan princess who was given the gift of prophecy by Apollo, but was condemned never to be believed.

Caterina

Caterina is an Italian variation of Katherine which means “pure”. Pronounced as ka-teh-REE-na.

Catia

Catia is a diminutive variation of Caterina which means “pure”. Pronounced as kat-yah.

Cecilia

Cecilia means “blind” and pronounced as che-CHEE-lya (Italian) or se-SEEL-yah (English). 

Celestina

Celestina is an Italian variation of Celeste which means “heavenly”. Pronounced as che-le-STEE-na.

Celinka

Celinka is an Italian variation of Selena which means “moon goddess”. Pronounced approximately as Seh-LIHNGK-aa-.

Cesarina

Cesarina is a feminine variation of Cesare which means “long-haired”. Pronounced as che-sa-REE-na. 

Chiara

Chiara means “clear; bright; famous” and pronounced as kee-AHR-a or KYA-ra.

Chiarina

Chiarina is a variation of Chiara which means “clear; bright; famous”. Pronounced as kya-REE-na.

Cinzia

Cinzia is an Italian variation of Cynthia which means “woman from Kynthos”. Pronounced as cheen-zee-ya.

Clara

Clara means “clear; bright; famous” and pronounced as KLA-ra.Beautiful Italian names for baby girls and boys

Claretta

Claretta is an Italian variation of Clarita which means “bright and clear”. Pronounced as KLA-reh-ta.

Clarice

Clarice is a medieval variation of Clarita which means “bright and clear”. Pronounced as klah-REES.

Clarina

Clarina is a variation of Claretta which means “bright and clear”. 

Clarissa

Clarissa is a variation of Clara which means “clear; bright; famous”. Pronounced as kla-rees-sa.

Claudia

Claudia is a feminine variation of Claudio which means “lame; enclosure”. Pronounced as KLOW-dya (Italian) or KLAW-dee-ah (English). Claudia was a name mentioned in the New Testament in one of St. Paul’s letters to Timothy as one of the Christian women in Rome.

Clelia

Clelia means “famous” or “heaven” and pronounced approximately as klehl-yah.

Clementina

Clementina is a feminine variation of Clemente which means “merciful; gentle”. Pronounced as kleh-mehn-TEE-na.

Clio

Clio means “glory” and pronounced as KLEE-o. 

Cloe

Cloe is an Italian variation of Chloe which means “young green shoot”. Pronounced approximately as KLO-eh.

Clotilde

Clotilde means “famous in battle” and pronounced as KLAW-TEEL-DEH.

Colomba

Colomba is a feminine variation of Colombo which means “dove”. Pronounced as KO-LOWM-BA.

Colombina

Colombina is a variation of Colomba which means “dove”. Pronounced as KO-LOWM-BEE-NA. Colombina is also the Italian word for the columbine flower.

Concetta

Concetta is an Italian variation of Concepcion which means “conception”. Pronounced as kon-CHEHT-ta.

Concettina

Concettina is a variation of Concetta which means “conception”. Pronounced as kon-cheht-TEE-na.

Consolata

Consolata means “consolation” and pronounced as kon-so-LA-ta. Consolata is taken from the title of the Virgin Mary, María Consolata.

Constantia

Constantia is an Italian variation of Constance which means “steadfastness”.

Corinna

Corinna means “maiden” and pronounced as kow-ree-na

Cornelia

Cornelia is a feminine variation of Cornelio which means “horn”. Pronounced as kor-NEH-lya.

Corona

Corona means “crown” and pronounced as KowROWNaa-

Cosetta

Cosetta is an Italian variation of Cosette which means “little thing”. Pronounced as KowSEHTTaa-.

Cosima

Cosima is a feminine variation of Cosimo which means “universe” or “order; beauty”. Pronounced as KAW-zee-ma.

Cristiana

Cristiana is a variation of Cristina which means “follower of Christ”. Pronounced as kree-STYA-na.

Cristina

Cristina is a feminine variation of Cristiano which means “follower of Christ”. Pronounced as kree-STEE-na.

Crocetta

Crocetta is a diminutive variation of Crocifissa which means “crucifix”. Pronounced as kro-CHEHT-ta. 

Crocifissa

Crocifissa means “crucifix” and pronounced as kro-chee-FEES-sa. 

Dafne

Dafne is an Italian variation of Daphne which means “laurel”. Pronounced as DAF-neh.

Damiana

Damiana is a feminine variation of Damiano which means “to tame”. Pronounced as da-MYA-na.

Dania

Dania is a diminutive variation of Daniela which means “God is my judge”. Pronounced as da-NYA.

Daniela

Daniela is a spelling variation of Daniella which means “God is my judge”. 

Daniella

Daniella is a feminine variation of Daniel which means “God is my judge”. Pronounced as da-NYEH-la.

Daria

Daria is a feminine variation of Dario which means “kingly” or “possess well”. Pronounced as DA-rya.

Debora

Debora is an Italian variation of Deborah which means “bee”. Pronounced as DEH-bo-ra.

Delia

Delia means “of Delos” and pronounced as DEL-ya (Italian) or DEE-lee-ah (English). Delia was an epithet of the Greek goddess Artemis, given because she and her twin brother Apollo were born on the island of Delos. 

Delfina

Delfina is an Italian variation of Delphine which means “dolphin”. Pronounced as DehLFIY-Naa-.Beautiful Italian names for baby girls and boys

Demetra

Demetra is a feminine variation of Demetrio which means “follower of Demeter”. Pronounced as de-meh-tra.

Desideria

Desideria is a feminine variation of Desiderio which means “longing; desire”. Pronounced as de-zee-dehr-ya.

Diana

Diana means “divine” and pronounced as DYA-na (Italian) or die-AN-ah (English). Diana was a Roman goddess of the moon, hunting, forests, and childbirth, often identified with the Greek goddess Artemis.

Dicembre

Dicembre is an Italian variation of December which refers to the last month of the year. 

Dina

Dina is a diminutive variation of names ending in -dina, such as Bernardina or Ondina. Pronounced as DEE-na.

Dionisia

Dionisia is a feminine variation of Dionisio which means “follower of Dionysos”. Pronounced approximately as dee-yo-nees-ya.

Domenica

Domenica is a feminine variation of Domenico which means “born on a Sunday”. Pronounced as do-MEH-nee-ka.

Dominica

Dominica is a spelling variation of Domenica which means “born on a Sunday”. Pronounced as do-MEE-nee-ka.

Domitilla

Domitilla means “little tamed one” and pronounced as do-mee-TEEL-la. Domitilla was the name of the wife of the Roman emperor Vespasian and the mother of emperors Titus and Domitian. 

Donata

Donata is a diminutive variation of Donatella which means “given by God”. Pronounced as do-NA-ta.

Donatella

Donatella is a feminine variation of Donatelli which means “given by God”. Pronounced as do-na-TEHL-la.

Donna

Donna means “lady” and pronounced as dow-na

Dora

Dora means “gift” and pronounced as DO-ra

Doretta

Doretta is a variation of Dora which means “gift”. 

Dorotea

Dorotea is an Italian variation of Dorothea which means “gift of God”. Pronounced as do-ro-TEH-a.

Edda

Edda means “poetry” and pronounced as EHD-da

Edetta

Edetta is an Italian variation of Edith which means “prosperous in war”. Pronounced as EHDEHT-AH.

Editta

Editta is a spelling variation of Edetta which means “prosperous in war”. Pronounced as EHDIHT-AH.

Edmonda

Edmonda is a feminine variation of Edmondo which means “protector of wealth”. Pronounced as ehd-mown-da.

Edvige

Edvige is an Italian variation of Hedwig which means “warrior”. Pronounced approximately as ed-vee-jeh.

Elda

Elda is an Italian variation of Hilda which means “battle woman”. Pronounced as EHL-da.

Eleanora

Eleanora is a variation of Eleanor which means “bright one; shining one”. Pronounced as ehl-ya-nowr-aa.

Elena

Elena is a diminutive variation of Eleanora which means “bright one; shining one”. Pronounced as EH-leh-na (Italian) or EHL-ah-nah (English).

Elene

Elene is a variation of Elena which means “bright one; shining one”. 

Eleonara

Eleonara is a variation of Eleanora which means “bright one; shining one”. Pronounced as eh-leh-o-NA-ra.

Eleonora

Eleonora is a variation of Eleanora which means “bright one; shining one”. (Similar to Eleonara.) Pronounced as eh-leh-o-NAW-ra.

Elettra

Elettra is an Italian variation of Electra which means “shining; amber”. Pronounced as eh-LEHT-tra.

Eliana

Eliana means “my God has answered” or “sun” and pronounced as eh-LYA-na

Elisa

Elisa is a diminutive variation of Elisabetta which means “pledged to God”. Pronounced as eh-LEE-za (Italian) or ah-LEE-sah (English).

Elisabetta

Elisabetta is an Italian variation of Elizabeth which means “pledged to God”. Pronounced as eh-lee-za-BEHT-ta.

Elizabetta

Elizabetta is a spelling variation of Elisabetta which means “pledged to God”. 

Eloisa

Eloisa means “healthy; wide” and pronounced as eh-lo-EE-za.

Elsa

Elsa is a variation of Elisa which means “pledged to God”. Pronounced as EHL-saa.

Elvera

Elvera is an Italian variation of Elvira which means “true to all”. Pronounced as el-VEH-ra.

Elvira

Elvira is a spelling variation of Elvera which means “true to all”. Pronounced as el-VEE-ra.

Emanuela

Emanuela is a feminine variation of Emanuele which means “God is with us”. Pronounced approximately as ee-mahn-weh-la.

Emilia

Emilia is a diminutive variation of Emiliana which means “rival”. Pronounced as eh-MEE-lya (Italian) or i-MEE-lee-ah (English).

Emiliana

Emiliana is a feminine variation of Emiliano which means “rival”. Pronounced as eh-mee-LYA-na.

Emma

Emma means “universal” and pronounced as EH-ma.

Enrica

Enrica is a feminine variation of Enrico which means “lord of the manor”. Pronounced as ehn-REE-ka.

Erica

Erica means “eternal ruler” and pronounced as eh-ree-ka.

Erika

Erika is a spelling variation of Erica which means “eternal ruler”. 

Ermelinda

Ermelinda means “tender universe” and pronounced as er-meh-LIN-da. Beautiful Italian names for baby girls and boys

Ermenegilda

Ermenegilda is a feminine variation of Ermenegildo which means “complete sacrifice”. Pronounced approximately as ERMEHNihJHIHLDaa

Erminia

Erminia is a feminine variation of Erminio which means “army man”. Pronounced as ehr-meen-yah.

Ernesta

Ernesta is a feminine variation of Ernesto which means “earnest”. Pronounced as er-nehs-ta.

Ernestina

Ernestina is a variation of Ernesta which means “earnest”. Pronounced as er-nehs-tee-na.

Ersilia

Ersilia means “delicate; tender” and pronounced as er-ZEEL-ya. 

Ester

Ester is an Italian variation of Esther which means “star”. Pronounced as EHS-tehr.

Eufemia

Eufemia is an Italian variation of Euphemia which means “fair speech”. Pronounced approximately as e-yo-fehm-e-yah.

Eugenia

Eugenia is a feminine variation of Eugenio which means “noble”. Pronounced as ew-JEH-nya (Italian) or yoo-JEEN-yah (English). Eugenia was the name of a semi-legendary 3rd-century saint who escaped persecution by disguising herself as a man.

Eulalia

Eulalia means “sweetly speaking” and pronounced as yoo-LAY-lee-ah. Eulalia is the name of a patron saint of Barcelona.

Eva

Eva means “life” and pronounced as EH-va

Evelina

Evelina means “wished for child” and pronounced as eh-veh-LEE-na

Fabia

Fabia is a variation of Fabiana which means “bean grower”. Pronounced as FA-bya.

Fabiana

Fabiana is a feminine variation of Fabiano which means “bean grower”. Pronounced as fa-BYA-na.

Fabiola

Fabiola is a variation of Fabiana which means “bean grower”. (Similar to Fabia.) Pronounced as fa-BYO-la.

Fabrizia

Fabrizia means “works with the hands” and pronounced as fa-BREET-tsya.

Fausta

Fausta is a feminine variation of Fausto which means “fortunate one” or “lucky”. Pronounced as FAHWST-aa-.

Faustina

Faustina is a variation of Fausta which means “fortunate one” or “lucky”. Pronounced as FAHWS-tee-naa.

Febe

Febe is an Italian variation of Phoebe which means “bright and pure”. Pronounced as FEH-beh. 

Federica

Federica is a feminine variation of Federico which means “peaceful ruler”. Pronounced as feh-deh-REE-ka.

Felicia

Felicia is a diminutive variation of Feliciana which means “lucky; happy; fortunate”. Pronounced as fe-lee-CHYA.

Feliciana

Feliciana is a feminine variation of Feliciano which means “lucky; happy; fortunate”. Pronounced as fe-lee-CHYA-na.

Felicita

Felicita means “happiness” and pronounced approximately as fe-lee-chee-ta

Fella

Fella is an Italian variation of Butterfly which is an animal name.

Ferdinanda

Ferdinanda is a feminine variation of Ferdinando which means “bold voyager”. Pronounced as fehr-dee-nahn-da.

Fernanda

Fernanda is a variation of Ferdinanda which means “bold voyager”. Pronounced as fehr-nahn-da.

Fia

Fia is a diminutive variation of names containing the element fia, such as Sofia or Fiammetta. Pronounced as FEE-ah.

Fiammetta

Fiammetta means “little fiery one” and pronounced as fyam-MET-ta. 

Filide

Filide is an Italian variation of Phyllis which means “green bough”. Pronounced as fee-lee-deh.

Filippa

Filippa is a spelling variation of Fillippa which means “lover of horses”. Pronounced as fee-lee-pa.

Filippina

Filippina is a variation of Fillippa which means “lover of horses”. Pronounced as fee-lee-pee-na.

Fillippa

Fillippa is a feminine variation of Filippo which means “lover of horses”. Pronounced as fee-lee-pa.

Filomena

Filomena means “lover of singing” and pronounced as fee-lo-MEH-na.

Fina

Fina is a diminutive variation of names ending in -fina, such as Serafina or Josefina. Pronounced as FEE-na.

Fioralba

Fioralba means “flower of the dawn” and pronounced as fee-or-AHL-buh. 

Fiorella

Fiorella means “little flower” and pronounced as fyo-REHL-la.

Fiorentina

Fiorentina is an Italian variation of Florence which means “flourishing”. Pronounced as fyo-rehn-tee-na.

Fiorenza

Fiorenza is a variation of Fiorenzo which means “flourishing”. Pronounced as fyo-REHN-tsa.

Flavia

Flavia is a diminutive variation of Flaviana which means “yellow hair”. Pronounced as FLA-vya.

Flaviana

Flaviana is a feminine variation of Flaviano which means “yellow hair”. Pronounced as fla-VYA-na.

Flora

Flora means “flower” and pronounced as FLO-ra. Flora was the Roman goddess of flowers and spring. greek names for boys and greek names for girls

Floriana

Floriana is a variation of Flora which means “flower”. Pronounced as flor-yah-na.

Fortunata

Fortunata is a feminine variation of Fortunato which means “luck, fate, wealth”. Pronounced as for-too-NA-ta.

Franca

Franca means “free” and pronounced as FRANG-ka.

Francesca

Francesca is a feminine variation of Francesco which means “Frenchman; free man”. Pronounced as fran-CHEHS-ka.

Frantzisca

Frantzisca is a variation of Francesca which means “Frenchman; free man”. 

Fulvia

Fulvia is a feminine variation of Fulvio which means “yellow, tawny”. Pronounced as FOOL-vya.

Gabriela

Gabriela means “God is my strength” and pronounced as gab-ree-yeh-la.

Gabriella

Gabriella is a spelling variation of Gabriela which means “God is my strength”. 

Gaetana

Gaetana is a feminine variation of Gaetano which means “from the city of Gaeta”. Pronounced as ga-eh-TA-na.

Gaia

Gaia means “earth” and pronounced as GA-ya (Italian) or GIE-ah (English). Gaia, in Greek myth, is the mother goddess who presided over the earth.

Galilea

Galilea is a feminine variation of Galileo which means “from Galilee”. Pronounced as Gaa-Lih-LEY-aa.

Garbo

Garbo means “polite; kind” and pronounced as GahR-bow

Gelsomina

Gelsomina means “jasmine” and pronounced as jehl-so-MEE-na

Geltrude

Geltrude is an Italian variation of Gertrude which means “strength of a spear”. Pronounced as jehl-TROO-deh.

Gemma

Gemma means “precious stone” and pronounced as JEM-mah. Gemma was the name of Dante’s wife and was borne by a nineteenth century saint. 

Genevra

Genevra is an Italian variation of Geneva which means “juniper tree”.

Genoa

Genoa means “knee” and is also an Italian place-name. Pronounced as JEN-o-ah.

Genoveffa

Genoveffa is an Italian variation of Genevieve which means “tribe woman”. Pronounced as jeh-no-VEHF-fa.

Genoveva

Genoveva is a variation of Genoveffa which means “tribe woman”. 

Genoviva

Genoviva is a spelling variation of Genoveva which means “tribe woman”. 

Gerarda

Gerarda is a feminine variation of Gerardo which means “brave with the spear”. Pronounced as jeh-RAR-da.

Germana

Germana is a feminine variation of Germano which means “from Germany”. Pronounced as jehr-MA-na.

Gessica

Gessica is an Italian variation of Jessica which means “God beholds”. Pronounced as jeh-see-ka.

Ghita

Ghita is an Italian variation of Greta which means “pearl”. Pronounced as GHEE-ta.

Gia

Gia is a diminutive variation of names containing the element gia, such as Gianetta or Giada. Pronounced as jee-yah.

Giacinta

Giacinta means “hyacinth” and pronounced as ja-CHEEN-ta or jee-ah-SEEN-tah

Giacoma

Giacoma is a feminine variation of Giacomo which means “holder of the heel” or “supplanter”. Pronounced as JA-ko-ma.

Giacomina

Giacomina is a variation of Giacoma which means “holder of the heel” or “supplanter”. Pronounced as JA-ko-mee-na.

Giada

Giada means “jade” and pronounced as JA-da or JAH-duh. 

Gianetta

Gianetta is an Italian variation of Janet which means “God’s gracious gift”. Pronounced as JA-neht-ta.

Gianna

Gianna is a diminutive variation of Giovanna which means “Yahweh is gracious”. Pronounced as JAN-na or JAHN-ah.

Giannina

Giannina is a variation of Gianna which means “Yahweh is gracious”. Pronounced as jan-NEE-na.

Gilberta

Gilberta is a feminine variation of Gilberto which means “bright pledge”. Pronounced as jeel-BER-ta. 

Gilda

Gilda means “sacrifice; value” and pronounced as jeel-da.

Gina

Gina is a diminutive variation of names ending in -gina, such as Georgina or Regina. Pronounced as JEE-na.

Ginevra

Ginevra is an Italian variation of Guinevere which means “white shadow; white wave”. Pronounced as jee-NEH-vra or jee-NEV-ra. Ginevra is the Italian name for the city of Geneva, Switzerland. 

Gioconda

Gioconda means “lighthearted woman” or “pleasant; happy” and pronounced as jo-KON-da. Gioconda is another name for the Mona Lisa, who was married to a Florentine businessman surnamed Giocondo. 

Gioia

Gioia means “joy” and pronounced as JOY-a or JAW-ya.

Giordana

Giordana is a feminine variation of Giordano which means “flowing down”. Pronounced as jorr-DAH-nah.

Giorgia

Giorgia is a feminine variation of Giorgio which means “farmer”. Pronounced as JOR-ja.

Giorgina

Giorgina is a variation of Giorgia which means “farmer”. Pronounced as jor-JEE-na.

Giosetta

Giosetta is an Italian variation of Josephine which means “Yahweh will add (another son)”. Pronounced as jo-ZEHT-ta. 

Giovanna

Giovanna is a feminine variation of Giovanni which means “Yahweh is gracious”. Pronounced as jo-VAN-na or joh-VAH-nah. 

Giovannetta

Giovannetta is a variation of Giovanna which means “Yahweh is gracious”. Pronounced as jo-VAN-neh-ta.dutch names for baby boys and baby girls

Giralda

Giralda is a feminine variation of Girlado which means “ruler with the spear”. Pronounced as JHihRAALDAH.

Gisella

Gisella means “hostage; pledge” and pronounced as jee-ZEHL-la.

Giuanna

Giuanna is an Italian variation of Joanna which means “Yahweh is gracious”. 

Giuditta

Giuditta is an Italian variation of Judith which means “woman from Judea”. Pronounced as joo-DEET-ta or jyoo-dit-tah.

Giugnia

Giugnia is an Italian variation of June which refers to the sixth month of the year. 

Giulia

Giulia is a diminutive variation of Giuliana which means “youthful”. Pronounced as JOO-lya.

Giuliana

Giuliana is an Italian variation of Juliana which means “youthful”. Pronounced as joo-LYA-na.

Giulietta

Giulietta is a variation of Giulia which means “youthful”. Pronounced as joo-LYEHT-ta.

Giuseppa

Giuseppa is a diminutive variation of Giuseppina which means “Yahweh will add (another son)”. Pronounced as joo-ZEHP-pa.

Giuseppina

Giuseppina is a feminine variation of Giuseppe which means “Yahweh will add (another son)”. Pronounced as joo-zehp-PEE-na.

Giustina

Giustina is an Italian variation of Justine which means “fair, righteous”. Pronounced as joo-STEE-na.

Gloria

Gloria means “glory” and pronounced as GLAW-rya

Grazia

Grazia is an Italian variation of Grace which is a virtue name. Pronounced as GRAT-tsya.

Graziana

Graziana is a feminine variation of Graziano which means “pleasing”. Pronounced as grat-TSYA-na.

Graziella

Graziella is a variation of Grazia which is a virtue name. Pronounced as grat-TSYEHL-la or grahtz-ee-EL-a.

Graziosa

Graziosa is a variation of Grazia which is a virtue name. (Similar to Graziella.) Pronounced approximately as grahtz-yow-sa.

Greta

Greta is a diminutive variation of Margherita which means “pearl”. Pronounced as GREH-ta.

Hagne

Hagne is a variation of Agnella which means “pure, virginal”.

Honora

Honora means “woman of honor”. 

Honorata

Honorata is a variation of Honora which means “woman of honor”. 

Ida

Ida means “work; labor” and pronounced as EE-da

Idalia

Idalia means “behold the sun” or “work; labor” and pronounced as EE-dahl-yah

Ilaria

Ilaria is a feminine variation of Ilario which means “cheerful”. Pronounced as EE-lahr-yah.

Ilda

Ilda is a variation of Elda which means “battle woman”. Pronounced as EEL-dah.

Ileana

Ileana means “torch” or “bright one” and pronounced as EEL-ya-na. Ileana, in Romanian folklore, is the name of a princess kidnapped by monsters and rescued by a heroic knight.

Imelda

Imelda means “universal battle” and pronounced as ee-MEHL-da.

Imma

Imma is a diminutive variation of Immacolata which means “immaculate”. Pronounced as IY-Mah.

Immacolata

Immacolata means “immaculate” and pronounced as ee-ma-kow-la-tah

Ines

Ines is an Italian variation of Agnes which means “pure, virginal”. (Similar to Agnella and Anete.) Pronounced as ee-nehs.

Iolanda

Iolanda is a variation of Jolanda which means “violet”. Pronounced as yo-LAN-da.

Irene

Irene means “peace” and pronounced as ee-REH-neh (Italian) or ie-REEN (English). 

Irma

Irma means “whole; universal” and pronounced as ir-mah.

Isa

Isa is a diminutive variation of Isabella which means “pledged to God”. Pronounced as EE-za.

Isabella

Isabella is an Italian variation of Elizabeth which means “pledged to God”. (Similar to Elisabetta.) Pronounced as ee-za-BEHL-la. Isabella was a European royal name.

Isabetta

Isabetta is a variation of Isabella which means “pledged to God”. Pronounced as ee-zah-BET-tah.

Isidora

Isidora is a feminine variation of Isidoro which means “gift of Isis”. Pronounced as ee-zee-DO-ra.

Isotta

Isotta is an Italian variation of Isolde which means “ice ruler”. Pronounced as ee-ZOT-ta.

Itala

Itala is a feminine variation of Italo which means “from Italy”. Pronounced as ee-TAH-la.

Italia

Italia is a variation of Itala which means “from Italy”. Pronounced as ee-tahl-ya.

Izabella

Izabella is a spelling variation of Isabella which means “pledged to God”. dutch names for baby boys and baby girls

Jacobella

Jacobella is an Italian variation of Jacoba which means “holder of the heel” or “supplanter”. Pronounced as JHAEKowBEHL-AH.

Jaquetta

Jaquetta is an Italian variation of Jacqueline which means “holder of the heel” or “supplanter”. Pronounced approximately as JHAEKWEHT-AH.

Jessica

Jessica means “God beholds” and pronounced as jeh-see-ka. Jessica was first used by Shakespeare in his play ‘The Merchant of Venice’ (1596). 

Jolanda

Jolanda means “violet” and pronounced as yo-LAN-da.

Katia

Katia is a spelling variation of Catia which means “pure”. Pronounced as KA-tya.

Katiuscia

Katiuscia is an Italian variation of Katherine which means “pure”. (Similar to Caterina.)

Laguna

Laguna means “lake” and pronounced as la-goo-na

Lara

Lara means “citadel” and pronounced as la-ra

Laura

Laura means “bay laurel” and pronounced as LAW-Raa. Laura’s meaning was favorable, since in ancient Rome the leaves of laurel trees were used to create victors’ garlands.

Laurenza

Laurenza is a feminine variation of Lorenzo which means “from Laurentium”. Pronounced as LAW-rehn-za.

Lauretta

Lauretta is a variation of Laura which means “bay laurel”. Pronounced as LAW-reh-ta.

Lavanda

Lavanda means “lavender” and pronounced as lah-VAHN-dah.

Leandra

Leandra is a feminine variation of Leandro which means “lion-man”. Pronounced as leh-AN-dra.

Lelia

Lelia is an Italian variation of Laelia which is a botanical name. Pronounced as lel-yah. Laelia is a type of orchid.

Lena

Lena is a diminutive variation of names ending in -lena, such as Helena or Magdalena. Pronounced as LEH-na.

Leonarda

Leonarda is a feminine variation of Leonardo which means “brave lion”. Pronounced as leh-o-NAR-da.

Leonora

Leonora is a diminutive variation of Eleonora which means “bright one; shining one”. Pronounced as leh-o-nawr-ah.

Leontina

Leontina means “like a lion” and pronounced as leh-on-tee-na

Letizia

Letizia is an Italian variation of Letitia which means “gladness”. Pronounced as leh-TEET-tsya or lat-TEET-zee-ah. Letizia was the first name of Napoleon’s mother.

Lia

Lia is a diminutive variation of names containing the element lia, such as Dahlia or Rosalia. Pronounced as LEE-a or LEE-uh. 

Liana

Liana is a diminutive variation of names ending in -liana, such as Juliana or Liliana. Pronounced as lee-ya-na.

Liboria

Liboria is a feminine variation of Liborio which means “freedom”. Pronounced as lee-BOWR-ya.

Lidia

Lidia means “from Lydia” and pronounced as LEE-dya.

Lido

Lido is an Italian place-name and pronounced as lee-do. Lido is a sand island directly across from Venice.

Lilia

Lilia is a variation of Liliana which means “lily, a flower”. Pronounced as lil-yah.

Liliana

Liliana means “lily, a flower” and pronounced as lee-LYA-na.

Lilla

Lilla means “lilac” and pronounced as leel-lah

Lina

Lina is a diminutive variation of names ending in -lina, such as Bambalina or Paolina. Pronounced as lee-na.

Linda

Linda means “pretty” and pronounced as LEEN-da.

Lisa

Lisa is a variation of Elisa which means “pledged to God”. Pronounced as LEE-za (Italian) or LEE-sah (English).

Livia

Livia is a feminine variation of Livio which means “blue; envious”. Pronounced as LEE-vya. 

Liviana

Liviana is a variation of Livia which means “blue; envious”. Pronounced as lee-VYA-na. 

Lora

Lora is a spelling variation of Laura which means “bay laurel”. Pronounced as LAW-ra.

Loredana

Loredana means “laurel grove” and pronounced as LAW-reh-daa-naa

Lorena

Lorena means “from the province of Lorraine” and pronounced as LAW-reh-na.

Lorenza

Lorenza is a variation of Laurenza which means “from Laurentium”. Pronounced as lo-REHN-tsa.

Loreta

Loreta is a spelling variation of Loretta which means “bay laurel” or “laurel grove”. 

Loretta

Loretta means “bay laurel” or “laurel grove” and pronounced as lo-REHT-ta

Lorita

Lorita is a spelling variation of Loreta which means “bay laurel” or “laurel grove”. Pronounced as lo-ree-ta.

Luana

Luana means “graceful warrior” or “relaxed” and pronounced as LWA-na (Italian) or loo-AN-ah (English). 

Lucetta

Lucetta is a variation of Luce which means “light”. Pronounced approximately as loo-che-ta. Lucetta is a name used by Shakespeare for a character in his play ‘The Two Gentlemen of Verona’ (1594).

Lucia

Lucia is a diminutive variation of Luciana which means “light”. Pronounced as loo-CHEE-a (Italian) or loo-SEE-ah (English).

Luciana

Luciana is a feminine variation of Luciano which means “light”. Pronounced as loo-CHA-na.dutch names for baby boys and baby girls

Luciella

Luciella is a variation of Luciana which means “light”. 

Lucilla

Lucilla is a variation of Lucia which means “light”. Pronounced as loo-chee-la.

Lucrezia

Lucrezia means “wealth” and pronounced as loo-KREHT-tsya. 

Ludovica

Ludovica is a feminine variation of Ludovic which means “famous warrior”. Pronounced as loo-do-VEE-ka.

Luigia

Luigia is a feminine variation of Luigi which means “renowned warrior”. Pronounced as loo-EE-ja.

Luigina

Luigina is a variation of Luigia which means “renowned warrior”. Pronounced as loo-EE-jee-na

Luisa

Luisa is a variation of Luigia which means “renowned warrior”. (Similar to Luigina.) Pronounced as LWEE-za.

Luisella

Luisella is a variation of Luisa which means “renowned warrior”. Pronounced as lwee-ZEL-la or LUW-ZEHL-AH. 

Luna

Luna means “moon” and pronounced as LOO-na. Luna is the name of the Roman goddess of the moon.

Mabilia

Mabilia is an Italian variation of Mabel which means “lovable”. Pronounced approximately as ma-beel-ya.

Madalen

Madalen is an Italian variation of Madeline which means “of Magdala”. Pronounced as mad-da-lehn.

Maddalena

Maddalena is a variation of Madalen which means “of Magdala”. Pronounced as mad-da-LEH-na.

Mafalda

Mafalda is a variation of Matelda which means “mighty in battle”. Pronounced as ma-FAL-da.

Magenta

Magenta is a color name and pronounced as ma-jehn-ta. Magenta is a deep purplish-red color, somewhat similar to Fuchsia

Maggia

Maggia is an Italian variation of May which means “pearl”. Pronounced approximately as maj-jah.

Manuela

Manuela is a variation of Emanuela which means “God is with us”. Pronounced as ma-noo-EH-la.

Marcella

Marcella is a feminine variation of Marcello which means “war-like”. Pronounced as mar-CHEHL-la.

Margherita

Margherita is an Italian variation Margaret which means “pearl”. Pronounced as mar-geh-REE-ta. Margherita is also the Italian word for the daisy flower. 

Mariangela

Mariangela is a combination of Maria and Angela, Maria means “bitter” while Angela means “angel”. Pronounced as ma-ree-an-jeh-la.

Marianna

Marianna is a combination of Maria and Anna, Maria means “bitter” while Anna means “grace”. Pronounced as ma-ree-AN-na.

Mariella

Mariella means “bitter” or “wished-for child” and pronounced as ma-RYEHL-la

Marietta

Marietta is an Italian variation of Maria which means “bitter”. Pronounced as ma-ree-eh-ta.

Marilena

Marilena is a combination of Maria and Elena, Maria means “bitter” while Elena means “bright one; shining one”. Pronounced as ma-ree-LEH-na. 

Marina

Marina is a feminine variation of Marino which means “dedicated to Mars”. Pronounced as ma-REE-na.

Marinella

Marinella is a variation of Marina which means “dedicated to Mars”. Pronounced as ma-REE-neh-la.

Marisa

Marisa means “of the sea” and pronounced as ma-REE-za

Maristella

Maristella means “star of the sea” and pronounced as ma-rees-teh-la

Marta

Marta is an Italian variation of Martha which means “lady”. Pronounced as MAR-ta.

Martedi

Martedi is an Italian variation of Tuesday which refers to the third day of the week. Pronounced as MAR-teh-dee.

Martina

Martina is a feminine variation of Martino which means “war-like”. Pronounced as mar-TEE-na.

Marzia

Marzia is an Italian variation of Marcia which means “war-like”. Pronounced as MAR-tsya.

Massima

Massima is a feminine variation of Massimo which means “greatest”. Pronounced as ma-see-ma.

Matelda

Matelda is an Italian variation of Matilda which means “mighty in battle”. 

Matilde

Matilde is a variation of Matelda which means “mighty in battle”. (Similar to Mafalda.) Pronounced as ma-TEEL-deh.

Mattea

Mattea is a feminine variation of Matteo which means “gift of God”. Pronounced as mat-TEH-a.

Maura

Maura is a feminine variation of Mauro which means “swarthy; dark skinned; moor”. Pronounced as MOW-ra. 

Melania

Melania is an Italian variation of Melanie which means “black”. Pronounced as mee-lahn-ya.

Mia

Mia means “mine” or “bitter” and pronounced as MEE-ah

Micaela

Micaela is an Italian variation of Michaela which means “who is like God?”. Pronounced as mee-KA-EH-la.

Michela

Michela is a variation of Micaela which means “who is like God?”. Pronounced as mee-KEH-la. dutch names for baby boys and baby girls

Michelangela

Michelangela is a feminine variation of Michelangelo which means “who is like God?” or “angel; messenger”. Pronounced as mee-keh-LAN-jeh-la.

Michelina

Michelina is a feminine variation of Michele which means “who is like God?”. Pronounced as mee-keh-LEE-na.

Milana

Milana means “from Milan” and pronounced as Mill-AH-nah

Milena

Milena means “grace; lover; favor” and pronounced as mee-LEH-na. Milena began to be used in Italy in honor of Milena Vukotić (1847-1923), mother of Helen of Montenegro, the wife of the Italian king Victor Emmanuel III. 

Mimi

Mimi is a diminutive variation of Maria which means “bitter”. Pronounced as MEE-mee.

Mirabella

Mirabella means “wonderful” and pronounced as mee-RAA-beh-laa

Mirella

Mirella means “to admire” and pronounced as mee-REHL-la.

Mirta

Mirta is an Italian variation of Myrtle which is a botanical name. Pronounced as meer-TAH. Myrtle is an evergreen shrub. 

Miuccia

There is no specific meaning for Miuccia. Pronounced approximately as mu-chah. Miucca is the name of an influential and famous designer, Miuccia Prada. 

Monica

Monica means “advisor” and pronounced as MAW-nee-ka (Italian) or MAHN-i-kah (English).

Nadia

Nadia means “hope” and pronounced as na-dee-a.

Narcisa

Narcisa is a feminine variation of Narciso which means “numbness; sleep” or “daffodil”. Pronounced as nar-CHEE-za.

Natala

Natala is an Italian variation of Natalie which means “born on Christmas”. Pronounced as NaaTAALAH.

Natalia

Natalia is a variation of Natala which means “born on Christmas”. Pronounced as na-TA-lya (Italian) or nah-TAHL-ee-ah (English).

Nella

Nella is a diminutive variation of names ending in -nella, such as Antonella or Marinella. Pronounced as NEHL-la.

Nerina

Nerina is a feminine variation of Nerio which means “water” or “sea nymph”. Pronounced as neh-ree-na.

Nicia

Nicia is a diminutive variation of Nicola which means “people of victory”. Pronounced as nee-chah.

Nicola

Nicola is a feminine variation of a Nicolo which means “people of victory”. Pronounced as nee-KAW-la.

Nicoletta

Nicoletta is a variation of Nicola which means “people of victory”. Pronounced as nee-KAW-leh-ta.

Nicolina

Nicolina is a variation of Nicola which means “people of victory”. (Similar to Nicoletta.) Pronounced as nee-ko-LEE-na.

Nina

Nina is a diminutive variation of names ending in -nina, such as Antonina or Giannina. Pronounced as NEE-na.

Ninetta

Ninetta means “little girl” and pronounced as nee-neh-taa. (Similar to Bambalina.)

Nives

Nives means “snows” and pronounced as nee-vehs.

Noemi

Noemi is an Italian variation of Naomi which means “pleasantness”. Pronounced as no-EH-mee.

Nora

Nora is a diminutive variation of Honora which means “woman of honor”. Pronounced as NAWR-ah.

Norina

Norina is a variation of Nora which means “woman of honor”. Pronounced as NAW-ree-na.

Norma

Norma means “rule” and pronounced as NAWR-mah. 

Nunzia

Nunzia is a diminutive variation of Annunziata which means “annunciation”. Pronounced as NOON-tsya.

Nunziatina

Nunziatina is a variation of Nunzia which means “annunciation”. Pronounced as NOON-tsya-tee-na.

Ofelia

Ofelia is an Italian variation of Ophelia which means “help”. Pronounced as o-FEH-lya.

Olimpia

Olimpia means “from Mount Olympus” and pronounced as o-leem-pya.

Olivia

Olivia is a feminine variation of Oliviero which means “olive tree”. Pronounced as o-LEE-vya (Italian) or o-LIV-ee-ah (English). Olivia was first used in this spelling by William Shakespeare for a character in his comedy ‘Twelfth Night’ (1602). 

Ondina

Ondina is an Italian variation of Undine which means “little wave”. Pronounced as on-dee-na.

Oria

Oria means “golden” or “dawn” and pronounced as or-yah

Oriana

Oriana means “dawn” and pronounced as o-RYA-na. (Similar to Aurora.)

Orietta

Orietta means “golden” and pronounced as or-YEH-taa

Orlanda

Orlanda is a feminine variation of Orlando which means “famous throughout the land”. Pronounced as or-LAN-da.

Ornella

Ornella means “flowering ash tree” and pronounced as or-NEHL-la. Ornella is a theatrical creation. Italian playwright Gabriele d’Annunzio created this name for his dramatic heroine in the 1904 play La Figlia di Iorio.

Orsa

Orsa is an Italian variation of Ursula which means “little female bear”. Pronounced as or-sah.

Orsina

Orsina is a feminine variation of Orsino which means “bear-like”. Pronounced as or-see-naa.

Orsola

Orsola is a variation of Orsa which means “little female bear”. Pronounced as OR-so-la.

Ortensia

Ortensia is an Italian variation of Hortense which means “of the garden”. Pronounced as orr-TEN-syah.

Osanna

Osanna is an Italian variation of Hosanna which means “deliver us”. Pronounced as o-zah-naa.

Ottavia

Ottavia is a feminine variation of Ottavio which means “eight”. Pronounced as ot-TA-vya.

Palmira

Palmira is a feminine variation of Palmiro which means “pilgrim” or “a crusader”. Pronounced as pal-mee-rah.

Pamina

Pamina means “little honey” and pronounced as Pah-MEE-nuh. 

Paola

Paola is a feminine variation of Paolo which means “small”. Pronounced as pah-OH-lah.

Paolina

Paolina is a variation of Paola which means “small”. Pronounced as pa-o-LEE-na.dutch names for baby boys and baby girls

Pasqualina

Pasqualina is a variation of Pasquelina which means “of the Passover; Easter”. Pronounced as PaaSKWAHLIYNAH.

Pasquelina

Pasquelina is a feminine variation of Pasquale which means “of the Passover; Easter”. Pronounced as PaaSKWeHLIYNAH.

Patrizia

Patrizia is an Italian variation of Patricia which means “noblewoman”. Pronounced as pah-TREET-zee-ah or pa-TREET-tsya.

Pàula

Pàula is a feminine variation of Pàulu which means “small”. 

Pazienza

Pazienza is an Italian variation of Patience which is a virtue name. Pronounced approximately as PaaZSHEHNZAH.

Perla

Perla is a common Italian word meaning “pearl” that some may use as a name. Pronounced as PEHR-la.

Perlita

Perlita is a variation of Perla which means “pearl”. Pronounced as pehr-LEE-ta.

Petronilla

Petronilla means “yokel” and pronounced as Peh-TRowNIHL-aa-. Petronilla is an ancient saint’s name that relates to the Roman family name Petronius.

Phebe

Phebe is an Italian variation of Phoebe which means “radiant, shining one”. Pronounced approximately as FEE-bee.

Pia

Pia is a feminine variation of Pio which means “pious; dutiful”. Pronounced as PEE-a.

Piera

Piera is an Italian variation of Petra which means “rock”. Pronounced as PYEH-ra.

Pierina

Pierina is a variation of Piera which means “rock”. Pronounced as pyeh-REE-na.

Pietra

Pietra is a variation of Piera which means “rock”. (Similar to Pierina.) Pronounced as PYEH-tra.

Pietrina

Pietrina is a variation of Pietra which means “rock”. Pronounced as PYEH-tree-na.

Pina

Pina is a diminutive variation of names ending in -pina, such as Giuseppina or Crispina. Pronounced as PEE-na.

Pippa

Pippa is a variation of Fillippa which means “lover of horses”. Pronounced as PIP-ah.

Placida

Placida means “serene” and pronounced as PLA-chee-da.

Polissena

Polissena means “very hospitable” and pronounced as po-lee-seh-naa

Priscilla

Priscilla means “ancient” and pronounced as preesh-SHEEL-la (Italian) or pri-SIL-ah (English). 

Primavera

Primavera means “spring” and pronounced as pree-maa-VEH-rah

Rachele

Rachele is an Italian variation of Rachel which means “ewe”. Pronounced as ra-KEH-leh. 

Raffaella

Raffaella is a feminine variation of Rafaele which means “God has healed”. Pronounced as ra-fah-eh-laa.

Raimona

Raimona is a variation of Raimonda which means “well-advised protector”. Pronounced as rie-MON-a.

Raimonda

Raimonda is a feminine variation of Raimondo which means “well-advised protector”. Pronounced as rie-MON-da.

Ravenna

Ravenna means “raven (bird)” and is an Italian place-name. Pronounced as ra-VEHN-na.

Rebecca

Rebecca means “servant of God” or “cattle stall; to tie” and pronounced as reh-BEHK-ka. Rebecca was the name of the wife of Isaac and the mother of Esau and Jacob in the Old Testament.

Regina

Regina means “queen” and pronounced as reh-JEE-na

Renata

Renata is a feminine variation of Renato which means “reborn”. Pronounced as reh-NA-ta.

Renza

Renza is a diminutive variation of Lorenza which means “from Laurentium”. Pronounced as REHN-tsa.

Rialta

Rialta means “deep brook”. 

Riccarda

Riccarda is a spelling variation of Ricciarda which means “dominant ruler”. 

Ricciarda

Ricciarda is a feminine variation of Ricciardo which means “dominant ruler”. Pronounced as RiyCH-AARDaa.

Rina

Rina is a diminutive variation of names ending in -rina, such as Caterina or Catharina. Pronounced as REE-na.

Rita

Rita is a diminutive variation of Margherita which means “pearl”. (Similar to Greta.) Pronounced as REE-ta.dutch names for baby boys and baby girls

Robbia

There is no specific meaning for Robbia. Pronounced as ro-bee-ya.

Roberta

Roberta is a feminine variation of Roberto which means “bright fame”. Pronounced as ro-BEHR-ta.

Robertina

Robertina is a variation of Roberta which means “bright fame”. Pronounced as ro-BEHR-tee-na.

Romana

Romana is a feminine variation of Romano which means “citizen of Rome”. Pronounced as ro-MA-na.

Romanadia

Romanadia is a variation of Romana which means “citizen of Rome”. 

Romancia

Romancia is a variation of Romana which means “citizen of Rome”. (Similar to Romanadia.) Pronounced approximately as ro-mahn-cha.

Romilda

Romilda means “famous battle” and pronounced as ro-meel-da

Romina

Romina means “citizen of Rome” or “from the land of the Christians” and pronounced as ro-MEE-na.

Romola

Romola is a feminine variation of Romolo which means “citizen of Rome” or “strength”. Pronounced as RO-mo-la.

Rosa

Rosa means “rose, a flower” and pronounced as RAW-za. Rosa was the name of thirteenth century saint.

Rosalba

Rosalba means “white rose” and pronounced as ro-zahl-ba

Rosalia

Rosalia means “pretty rose” and pronounced as ro-za-LEE-a. Rosalia was the name of a 12th-century Sicilian saint.

Rosalinda

Rosalinda is a variation of Rosalia which means “pretty rose”. Pronounced as ro-za-LEEN-da.

Rosana

Rosana is a variation of Rosa which means “rose, a flower”. Pronounced as ro-za-na.

Rosangela

Rosangela is a combination of Rosa and Angela. Rosa means “rose, a flower” while Angela means “angel”. Pronounced as ro-zan-JEH-la. 

Rosanna

Rosanna is a combination of Rosa and Anna, Rosa means “rose, a flower” while Anna means “grace”. Pronounced as ro-za-na.

Rosaria

Rosaria is a feminine variation of Rosario which means “rosary”. Pronounced as ro-ZA-rya.

Rosella

Rosella is a variation of Rosa which means “rose, a flower”. (Similar to Rosana.) Pronounced as ro-ZEHL-la.

Rosemund

Rosemund is an Italian variation of Rosamund which means “horse protection”. Pronounced approximately as ROWZihMUHND.

Roseta

Roseta is a spelling variation of Rosetta which means “splendid” or “rose, a flower”. 

Rosetta

Rosetta means “splendid” or “rose, a flower” and pronounced as ro-zeh-taa. Rosetta is usually associated with the ancient Rosetta stone.

Rosina

Rosina is a variation of Rosana which means “rose, a flower”. Pronounced as ro-ZEE-na.

Rosmunda

Rosmunda is a variation of Rosemund which means “horse protection”. 

Rossa

Rossa means “red” and pronounced as ROS-sa or ROZ-za

Rossana

Rossana is an Italian variation of Roxana which means “bright; dawn; light”. Pronounced as ro-sah-naa.

Rossella

Rossella is a variation of Rossa which means “red”. Pronounced as ros-SEHL-la.

Rubina

Rubina means “ruby” and pronounced as Ruw-BIY-Naa-.

Sabina

Sabina means “from the Sabines” and pronounced as sa-BEE-na. The Sabines were ancient people who lived in central Italy, their lands eventually taken over by the Romans after several wars.

Sabrina

Sabrina means “thorny cactus” and pronounced as sa-BREE-na. Sabrina was the name of a princess who was drowned in the Severn.

Salomè

Salomè means “peace” and pronounced as sa-law-MEH. (Similar to Irene.) 

Salvatrice

Salvatrice is a feminine variation of Salvatore which means “savior”. Pronounced as sal-vah-TREE-chay.

Samanta

Samanta is a spelling variation of Samantha which means “told by God”.

Samantha

Samantha means “told by God” and pronounced as sa-MAN-ta

Samuela

Samuela is a feminine variation of Samuele which means “God has heard”. Pronounced as sa-mweh-la.

Sancia

Sancia means “sacred” and pronounced as sahn-chee-ah. 

Sandra

Sandra is a diminutive variation of Alessandra which means “defending men”. (Similar to Alessa.) Pronounced as SAN-dra.

Santina

Santina is a feminine variation of Santino which means “little saint”. Pronounced as san-TEE-na.

Santuzza

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Sara

Sara is a variation of Sarah which means “princess”. Pronounced as SA-ra.

Sardinia

Sardinia means “woman from a mountainous island” and is also an Italian place-name. Pronounced as sahr-deen-ya.

Sarita

Sarita is an Italian variation of Sarah which means “princess”. Pronounced as saa-ree-taa.

Saveria

Saveria is a feminine variation of Saverio which means “the new house” or “bnright”. Pronounced as sah-vehr-ya.

Savina

Savina is a feminine variation of Savino which means “from the Sabines”. Pronounced as sah-vee-na.

Scilla

Scilla is a diminutive variation of Priscilla which means “ancient”. Pronounced as shee-lah. Scilla is also the Italian word for the squill flower.

Scirocco

Scirocco means “warm wind” and pronounced as shir-OK-ko. 

Sebastiana

Sebastiana is a feminine variation of Sebastiano which means “person from ancient city of Sebasta”. Pronounced as se-bahs-tya-na.

Selvaggia

Selvaggia means “wild” and pronounced as sehl-VAD-ja. 

Serafina

Serafina is an Italian variation of Seraphina which means “ardent”. Pronounced as seh-ra-FEE-na.

Serena

Serena means “serene” and pronounced as seh-REH-na (Italian) or sah-REEN-ah (English).

Serenella

Serenella is a variation of Serena which means “serene”. Pronounced as se-re-NEL-lah.

Severina

Severina is a feminine variation of Severino which means “stern”. Pronounced as seh-veh-REE-na.

Sibilla

Sibilla is an Italian variation of Sibyl which means “prophetess”. Pronounced as SihBIHLAH.

Sicily

Sicily is an Italian place-name and pronounced as SIS-i-lee

Siena

Siena is an Italian place-name and pronounced as syeh-na

Sienna

Sienna is a spelling variation of Siena which is an Italian place-name. 

Silva

Silva is a variation of Silvia which means “from the woods”. Pronounced as SIH-LVah.

Silvana

Silvana means “woman of the woods” and pronounced as seel-VA-na.

Silvestra

Silvestra is a feminine variation of Silvestro which means “man of the woods”. Pronounced as seel-VEH-stra.

Silvia

Silvia means “from the woods” and pronounced as SEEL-vya. Silvia was the name of a 6th-century saint, the mother of the pope Gregory the Great. 

Simona

Simona is a feminine variation of Simone which means “the listener”. Pronounced as Siy-MOWNaa-.

Simonetta

Simonetta is a variation of Simona which means “the listener”. Pronounced as see-mo-NEHT-ta.

Sofia

Sofia means “wisdom” and pronounced as so-FEE-a

Sonia

Sonia is a variation of Sofia which means “wisdom”. Pronounced as SO-nya.

Stefania

Stefania is a feminine variation of Stefano which means “crown”. Pronounced as steh-FA-nya.

Stella

Stella means “star” and pronounced as steh-la.

Susanna

Susanna means “lily” and pronounced as soo-ZAN-na

Sveva

Sveva possibly means “woman from Swabia” and pronounced as SVEH-vah. 

Taide

Taide means “bandage” and pronounced approximately as tay-deh.

Tamara

Tamara means “date palm” and pronounced as ta-MA-ra

Tania

Tania is a diminutive variation of Tatiana which means “from the house of Tatius”. Pronounced as TA-nya.

Tatiana

Tatiana means “from the house of Tatius” and pronounced as ta-TYA-na (Italian) or ta-TYAHN-ah (English). 

Tecla

Tecla means “glory of God” and pronounced as TEH-kla.

Teodora

Teodora is an Italian variation of Theodora which means “gift of God”. Pronounced as teh-o-DO-ra.

Teofila

Teofila is a feminine variation of Teofilo which means “friend of God”. Pronounced as teh-o-fee-la.

Teresa

Teresa means “to harvest” and pronounced as teh-REH-za (Italian) or tah-REE-sah (English).

Terina

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Tersa

Tersa is a diminutive variation of Teresa which means “to harvest”. Pronounced as tehr-za.

Terza

Terza is a feminine variation of Terzo which means “third”. Pronounced as tehr-za.

Tina

Tina is a diminutive variation of names ending in -tina, such as Agostina or Martina. Pronounced as TEE-na.

Tiziana

Tiziana is a feminine variation of Tiziano which means “title of honor”. Pronounced as teet-TSYA-na.

Tomassa

Tomassa is a feminine variation of Tomasso which means “twin”. Pronounced as to-mah-sa.

Tonina

Tonina is a diminutive variation of Antonina which means “priceless one”. Pronounced as to-nee-na.

Tosca

Tosca means “from Tuscany” and pronounced as tos-ka.

Tullia

Tullia is a feminine variation of Tullio which is a name with no specific meaning. Pronounced as tul-yaa.

Urbana

Urbana is a feminine variation of Urbano which means “of the city”. Pronounced as oor-BA-na.

Valentina

Valentina is a feminine variation of Valentino which means “strength; health”. Pronounced as va-lehn-TEE-na.

Valeria

Valeria is a diminutive variation of Valentina which means “strength; health”. Pronounced as va-LEH-rya.

Vallea

Vallea means “valley” and pronounced as val-LEY-ah

Vanda

Vanda is an Italian variation of Wanda which means “wanderer” or “a wend”. 

Vanessa

Vanessa is a species of butterfly and pronounced as va-NEH-sa.

Vanna

Vanna is a diminutive variation of Giovanna which means “Yahweh is gracious”. (Similar to Gianna.) Pronounced as VAN-na.

Velia

Velia means “concealed” and pronounced as VEH-lya

Venetia

Venetia is an Italian place-name. Venetia is the name of the region encompassing Venice. 

Venezia

Venezia is an Italian place-name and pronounced as ve-NE-tsyah. Venezia is the Italian way to say Venice. 

Venice

Venice is an Italian place-name and pronounced as VEN-is

Vera

Vera means “faith” and pronounced as VEH-ra

Verona

Verona is an Italian place-name and pronounced as VEH-ro-na

Veronica

Veronica means “she who brings victory; true image” and pronounced as VEH-ro-nee-ka. Veronica was the name of a legendary saint who wiped Jesus’ face with a towel and then found his image imprinted upon it. 

Via

Via is a diminutive variation of names ending in -via, such as Olivia or Sylvia. Pronounced as vee-uh.

Vicenza

Vicenza is an Italian place-name and pronounced as vee-CHEN-za. 

Vincenza

Vincenza is a feminine variation of Vincenzio which means “conquering”. Pronounced as veen-CHEHN-tsa.

Vinceta

Vinceta is a variation of Vincenza which means “conquering”. 

Viola

Viola means “violet” and pronounced as VYAW-la (Italian) or vi-O-lah (English). (Similar to Jolanda.) 

Violante

Violante is a variation of Jolanda which means “violet”. (Similar to Iolanda.) Pronounced as vee-o-LAN-te.

Violetta

Violetta is an Italian variation of Violet which is a color name and flower name. Pronounced as vyo-LEHT-ta.

Virginia

Virginia means “virgin” and pronounced as veer-JEE-nya

Vita

Vita is a feminine variation of Vitus which means “life”. Pronounced as VEE-ta.

Vitalia

Vitalia is a feminine variation of Vitale which means “of life; vital”. Pronounced as vee-tahl-ya.

Vittoria

Vittoria is an Italian variation of Victoria which means “victory”. Pronounced as vee-tohr-ya.

Vivia

Vivia is an Italian variation of Vivian which means “life”. Pronounced as vee-vee-ah.

Viviana

Viviana is a variation of Vivia which means “life”. Pronounced as vee-VYA-na.

Zaira

Zaira means “blooming flower” and pronounced as DZIE-ra.Comprehensive list of unique and uncommon girl names that are cute and beautiful. Meanings and pronounciation also included. Pin it. #babynames #uniquenames

Zelmira

Zelmira means “celebrated” or “brilliant one” and pronounced as Zell-MEE-rah

Zeta

Zeta means “little girl” or “seeker” and pronounced as ZEH-ta. Zeta is the sixth letter of the Greek alphabet. 

Zita

Zita means “little girl” and pronounced as DZEE-ta. (Similar to Bambalina and Ninetta.) Zita was the name of a 13th-century saint, the patron saint of servants.

Zoe

Zoe means “life” and pronounced as DZO-eh. (Similar to Eva.) Zoe was common in the Byzantine Empire, being borne by a ruling empress of the 11th century.

Gender-Neutral Italian Names

Ale

Ale is a diminutive variation of Alessandro which means “defending men”. (Similar to Sandro.) Pronounced as A-leh.

Alex

Alex is a variation of Alexius which means “defending men”. Pronounced as A-lehks.

Alexius

Alexius is an Italian variation of Alexios which means “defending men”. Pronounced as A-lehk-syuws.

Amore

Amore means “love” and pronounced as a-mow-reh.

Andrea

Andrea means “strong and manly” and pronounced as an-DREH-a.

Andria

Andria is a spelling variation of Andrea which means “strong and manly”. Pronounced as an-DREE-a.

Armani

Armani means “child of an army man” or “desire” and pronounced as ar-MAH-nee

Brio

Brio means “vivacity; zest” and pronounced as bree-o. Brio is a musical term. 

Callisto

Callisto means “most beautiful” and pronounced as kal-LEE-sto. Callisto is the name of a nymph turned into a bear by Hera after Zeus seduced her.

Cameo

Cameo is a common word that some may use as a name. Pronounced as ka-me-o.

Carmen

Carmen means “song” or “garden” and pronounced as KAR-mehn (Italian) or KAHR-mahn (English). 

Caro

Caro means “dear” or “free man” and pronounced as KAARow

Cassio

Cassio is an Italian variation of Cassius which means “hollow”. Pronounced as kahs-yow. Cassio is a notable Shakespearean name. 

Celeste

Celeste means “heavenly” and pronounced as cheh-LEH-steh (Italian) or sah-LEST (English).

Cielo

Cielo means “sky” or “heaven” and pronounced as chee-EL-oh.

Cipriano

Cipriano means “man from Cyprus” and pronounced as chee-PRYA-no

Ciro

Ciro is an Italian variation of Cyrus which means “sun”. Pronounced as CHEE-ro

Clemente

Clemente means “merciful; gentle” and pronounced as kleh-MEHN-teh

Como

Como is an Italian place-name and pronounced as KAW-mo. Como is the name of the city of Como in Lombardy, the rival city of Milan during the Middle Ages.

Cosma

Cosma is a variation of Cosmo which means “universe” or “order; beauty”. (Similar to Cosimo.) Pronounced as KAWS-ma.

Daniele

Daniele is an Italian variation of Daniel which means “God is my judge”. Pronounced as da-NYEH-leh.

Elia

Elia is an Italian variation of Elijah which means “my God is Yahweh”. Pronounced as eh-LEE-a.

Felice

Felice means “lucky; happy; fortunate” and pronounced as fa-LEECH-ay or feh-LEE-cheh

Fiore

Fiore means “flower” and pronounced as fee-o-re. (Similar to Flora.)

Gabriele

Gabriele is an Italian variation of Gabriel which means “God is my strength”. Pronounced as ga-bree-EH-leh.

Gianni

Gianni is a variation of Gian which means “Yahweh is gracious”. Pronounced as JAHN-nee.

Juanne

Juanne is a variation of Giuanna which means “Yahweh is gracious”. 

Loreto

Loreto is a variation of Loreta which means “laurel grove”. Pronounced as lo-REH-to.

Loris

Loris is a diminutive variation of Lorenzo which means “from Laurentium”. (Similar to Renzo.) Pronounced as lo-rees.

Luce

Luce is a variation of Lucia which means “light”. (Similar to Lucilla.) Pronounced as LOO-che.

Luca

Luca is an Italian variation of Luke which means “from Lucania”. Pronounced as LOO-ka.

Lucca

Lucca is a spelling variation of Luca which means “from Lucania”. 

Mattia

Mattia is a variation of Mateo which means “gift of God”. Pronounced as mat-TEE-a.Celtic names for baby girls and baby boys. Also choose from gender neutral names. Pin it. #cutenames #babynames #celtic

Michele

Michele is an Italian variation of Michael which means “who is like God?”. Pronounced as mee-KEH-leh.

Natale

Natale is a variation of Natala which means “born on Christmas”. Pronounced as na-TA-leh.

Nico

Nico is either a diminutive variation of Nicola or Nicolo, both of which means “people of victory”. Pronounced as NEE-ko.

Po

Po is an Italian river name and pronounced as POH

Raffaele

Raffaele is a spelling variation of Rafaele which means “God has healed”. Pronounced as ra-fah-eh-leh.

Roma

Roma is an Italian place-name and pronounced as ROWMaa-

Rosario

Rosario means “rosary” and pronounced as ro-ZA-ryo. Rosario is masculine in Italian while feminine in Spanish. 

Santa

Santa is a variation of Santo which means “saint; holy”. (Similar to Sanzio.) Pronounced as SAN-ta.

Simone

Simone is an Italian variation of Simon which means “the listener”. Pronounced as see-MO-neh.

Titian

Titian is both an Italian artist and color name. Titian comes from the Venetian Renaissance painter (born Tiziano), and the brownish orange red hue that was featured on his palette.

Toma

Toma is either a diminutive variation of Tomasso or Tomassa, both of which means “twin”. Pronounced as TO-ma.

Verdi

Verdi means “green” and pronounced as VEHR-dee. 

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