Italian boy names

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Italian boy names starting with A

Abele – Italian form of Hebrew Hebel, meaning ‘breath, breathing.’

Abrahamo – Italian variation of Abraham, origin meaning father of multitudes’.

Abramo

Abramo – Italian variation of Abraham, origin meaning father of multitudes’.

Acciai – The occupational name for one who hold axe or who work with axe

Achille – French and Italian form of Latin Achilles, possibly meaning ‘he who embodies the grief of the people.’

Achilleo – Italian variation of Achilles, origin meaning thin-lipped’.

Adalberto – Italian and Spanish form of Old High German Adalbert, meaning ‘bright nobility.’

Adalfieri – Italian name meaning ‘noble oath.’

Adamo – Italian form of Hebrew Adam, meaning ‘earth’ or ‘red.’

Adelmo – A hard and preserving noble

Adolfo

Adolfo – Italian form of Latin Adolfus, meaning ‘noble wolf.’

Adone – Italian form of Hebrew Adoniyah, meaning ‘my lord.’

Adriana – From hadria

Adriano – man from Adrian

Adriano – The name Adriano is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘man from Adria’.

Affonso – Italian form of Latin Alfonsus, meaning ‘noble and ready.’

Afonso – Noble, eager

Agapeto – Variant spelling of Italian/Spanish Agapito, meaning ‘beloved.’

Agapito – Italian and Spanish form of Latin Agapitus, meaning ‘beloved.’

Agnello – Lamb

Agnolo – Agnolo as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Agnolo is ‘angel’.

Agostino – Spanish variation of August, origin meaning great, magnificent’, ‘great, magnificent’.

Agosto – Italian variation of August, origin meaning great, magnificent’.

Agustin – Latin – August, dignified, holy, A variant of name Augustine

Agustino – Italian form of Augustinus

Agusto – Venerated, majestic, dignified

Alanzo

Alba – White, a place name

Alberico – Italian form of Latin Albericus, meaning ‘elf ruler.’

Alberto – Noble, bright, famous

Alberto – Italian and Spanish form of Latin Albertus, meaning ‘bright nobility.’

Aldis – Aldis as a boy’s name is of Italian and Old German origin meaning ‘old one or elder’.

Aldo – Short form of Italian Aldobrandino, meaning ‘little old sword.’ Compare with another form of Aldo.

Aldobrandino – Italian name of Germanic origin, meaning ‘little old sword.’

Aldon – Aldon as a boy’s name is of Italian and Old German origin meaning ‘old one, elder, or old town’.

Aldous – Old, noble

Aldus – Aldus as a boy’s name is of Italian and Old German origin meaning ‘old one or elder’.

Ale – Defender of man

Alessandro – Italian form of Alexander defender of man

Alessandro – The name Alessandro is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘defending men’.

Alessio – The name Alessio is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘defender’.

Alexius – Old Greek – Defender, A variant of name Alexis

Alf – Gothic – Noble and Ready, English – Inspired Advice, Old Peace Derived from the element Alfr which means Elf, A variant of name Alfonso and Alfie

Alfeo – Pet form of Italian Alfredo, meaning ‘elf counsel.’

Alfieri – Italian surname transferred to forename use, derived from Spanish alferez, meaning ‘standard bearer.’ The Spanish word, alferez, was borrowed from Arabic al-fris, meaning ‘mounted fighter’ or ‘knight,’ but the original meaning was not retained.

Alfio – Alfio as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Alfio is ‘white’.

Alfons – Gothic – Noble and Ready, A variant form of the name Alfonso

Alfonso – The name Alfonso is a boy’s name of Spanish, Italian origin meaning ‘noble, ready’.

Alfonsus – Gothic – Noble and Ready, A variant form of the name Alfonso

Alfonzo – Gothic – Noble and Ready, A variant form of the name Alfonso

Alford – English – old river crossing orford, Old English – inspired advice, Old Peace, A variant of name Alfred

Alfredo

Alfredo – The name Alfredo is a boy’s name of Spanish, Italian, Portuguese origin meaning ‘Wise counsellor’.

Alfric – Elf King, A Variant of name Aelfric

Alfrid – Wise Counselor, Old English : Elf Counsel , A variant of name Alfred

Alldo – Alldo as a boy’s name is of Italian and Old German origin meaning ‘old one or elder’.

Alonso

Alonso – Italian variant spelling of Italian/Spanish Alfonso, meaning ‘noble and ready.’

Alonzo

Alonzo – The name Alonzo is a boy’s name of Spanish, Italian origin meaning ‘noble, ready’.

Alphie – Noble, eager

Alphonso – Variant spelling of Italian/Spanish Alfonso, meaning ‘noble and ready.’

Alphonsus – The name Alphonsus is a boy’s name of Spanish, Italian, Irish origin meaning ‘noble and ready’.

Alrigo – Rules the estate

Alvar – Old English – Elf Army, Supernatural Army, Gothic – Guard for all, A variant of name Alvaro

Alvino – Italian variation of Alvin, origin meaning noble friend, friend of the elves’.

Alvise – Italian name derived from the patronymic surname Alvisio, which ultimately derived from Germanic Hlodovic, thus sharing the same etymology as French Louis, meaning ‘famous warrior.’

Amadeo

Amadeo – This is the Italian spelling of the name ‘Amadeus,’ which means one who loves God. It is also the name of the famous 18th century Austrian composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Amadore – Italian form of Latin Amator, meaning ‘lover.’

Amando – Italian and Spanish form of Roman Latin Amandus, meaning ‘lovable.’

Amanta – It means to express, they are versatile and creative

Amara – Immortal Being, one who is blessed without end or death, blessed with eternal life, Grace or Bitter

Amato – The name Amato is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘loved’.

Ambrogino – Pet form of Italian Ambrogio, meaning ‘little immortal one.’

Ambrogio – Old Greek – Immortal, Divine, A variant of the name Ambrose

Ambrosi – Italian form of Amhrose immortal

Ambrosi – Italian variation of Ambrose, origin meaning immortal one’.

Amedeo – The name Amedeo is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘lover of God’.

Amer – Arabic – Ruler, Prince, Emir, Commander, It is a variation of name Amerigo and Amir

Americo – Americo as a boy’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘work ruler or home ruler’.

Americus – Americus as a boy’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘work ruler or home ruler’.

Amerigo – Amerigo as a boy’s name is of Italian origin. Variant of Heimrich (Old German) ‘home ruler’.

Amerika – Amerika as a boy’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘work ruler or home ruler’.

Ameriko – Ameriko as a boy’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘work ruler or home ruler’.

Amerikus – Amerikus as a boy’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘work ruler or home ruler’.

Amilcare – Amilcare is an unpopular boy’s name.

Amintore – Old Greek – Protector, Defender, Derived from element Amyntor

Amo – The eagle rules.

Ampelio – Italian form of Latin Ampelius, meaning ‘vine.’

Anacleto – Italian and Spanish form of Latin Anacletus, meaning ‘called back, invoked.’

Anastagio – Italian variation of Anastasios, origin meaning resurrection’.

Anastasio – Old Greek – Resurrection, A variant form of the name Anastasius

Anatolio – Italian variation of Anatole, origin meaning from the east, rising sun’.

Andino – Manly, brave. Variant of English Andrew.

Andrea

Andrea – Italian form of Greek Andreas, meaning ‘man, warrior.’

Angelico – Italian form of Latin Angelicus, meaning ‘angelic.’

Angelo – Messenger from God

Angelo – The name Angelo is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘angel, messenger’.

Angelos – Angelos is an unpopular boy’s name.

Angioletto – Pet form of Italian Angiolo, meaning ‘angel, messenger.’

Angiolo – Florentine Italian form of Latin Angelus, meaning ‘angel, messenger.’

Anjelo – Variant spelling of Italian Angelo, meaning ‘angel, messenger.’

Anna – Name of a King, Food, Grain, Earth and Water, God

Anselmo – The name Anselmo is a boy’s name of Italian, Portuguese origin meaning ‘with divine protection’.

Anthonie – Latin – Priceless, Inestimable, A variant of name is Anthony

Anthonius – Latin – Priceless, Inestimable, A variant of name is Anthony

Antioch – Antioch as a boy’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘stubborn or resistant’.

Antiochos – Antiochos as a boy’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘stubborn or resistant’.

Antiochus – Antiochus as a boy’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘stubborn or resistant’.

Antioco – Antioco as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Antioco is ‘stubborn, resistant’. Antioch is a city in what is now Turkey that was a center of Christianity from around 300 AD until the 18th century.

Antonello – Pet form of Italian and Spanish Antonio, possibly meaning ‘invaluable.’

Antonino

Antonino – Italian form of Latin Antoninus, possibly meaning ‘invaluable.’

Antonio

Antonio – The name Antonio is a boy’s name of Spanish, Italian origin meaning ‘priceless one’.

Antonius – Latin – Priceless, Inestimable, A variant of name is Anthony

Antony

Antuninu – Sicilian form of Antoninus, meaning a highly praiseworthy man.

Araldo – Italian variation of Harold, origin meaning army ruler’.

Arcangelo – Italian name meaning ‘archangel.’

Ardian – Ardian as a boy’s name is of Albanian and Italian origin. Name of a king of the old Albanian nation Iliret. As an Italian name, Ardian is derived from the river Arda in Northern Italy.

Arduino – Arduino as a boy’s name is of Italian and Old German origin, and the meaning of Arduino is ‘valuable friend’.

Aristide – The perfect kind, one who is the best type

Arlo – manly, strong

Arlotto – Medieval Italian name, recorded in Latin as Arlotus. It is possibly from Old French herlot meaning ‘vagabond, tramp’

Armanda – Of high rank

Armando

Armando – The name Armando is a boy’s name of Spanish, Italian, Portuguese origin meaning ‘soldier’.

Armani – Longing for

Armanno – Warrior

Armano – Italian variation of Armand, origin meaning soldier’.

Armino – Italian variation of Armand, origin meaning soldier’, ‘soldier, warrior’.

Armo – Italian name meaning ‘crew.’ Compare with another form of Armo.

Armond – Army man.

Armoni – This is an alternate spelling of ‘Armani,’ which means an army or a disciplined talent.

Arnald – Arnald as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘eagle ruler’.

Arnaldo – Italian form of Arnold eagle

Arnaldo – Arnaldo as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘eagle ruler’.

Arnaud – Arnaud as a boy’s name is of French and Italian origin.

Arnauld – Arnauld as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘eagle ruler’.

Arnault – Arnault as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘eagle ruler’.

Arnoldo – Italian variation of Arnold, origin meaning ruler, strong as an eagle’.

Arnolfo – Arnolfo as a boy’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘powerful’.

Aroldo – Italian variation of Harold, origin meaning army ruler’.

Arrighetto – Ruler of an enclosure

Arrigo – Arrigo as a boy’s name is of Italian origin. Variant of Amerigo (Old German) ‘home ruler’.

Arsenio – Italian and Spanish form of Latin Arsenius, meaning ‘virile.’

Arsi – Greek – Virile, A variation of Arsenius

Arturo – Italian and Spanish form of Celtic Arthur, possibly meaning ‘bear-man.’

Attilio – Italian form of Roman Latin Attilius, possibly meaning ‘father.’

Augostino – Italian form of Latin Augustinus, meaning ‘venerable.’

Augusto – Italian and Spanish Latin Augustus, meaning ‘venerable.’

Aurelio – The name Aurelio is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘the golden one’.

Avellino – Avellino is an unpopular boy’s name.

Azzo – Italian name derived from Latin Accius, meaning ‘from Acca.’ Compare with another form of Azzo.

Azzolino – Pet form of Italian Azzo, meaning ‘from Acca.’

Italian boy names starting with B

Baggio – The name Baggio is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘toad’.

Baiardo – A foolhardy, one who is reddish brown

Baldassare – Italian variation of Balthasar, origin meaning God protects the king’.

Baldassario – Italian form of Bathalsar

Baldovino – Italian form of Old High German Baldawin, meaning ‘brave friend.’

Baldwin – Baldwin as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Baldwin is ‘bold, brave friend’.

Barrucio – Italian variation of Baruch, origin meaning blessed’.

Bartolo – Short form of Italian Bartolomeo, meaning ‘son of Talmai.’

Bartolomeo – Italian form of Latin Bartolomaeus, meaning ‘son of Talmai.’

Bartolommeo – Variant spelling of Italian Bartolomeo, meaning ‘son of Talmai.’

Basilio – Italian and Spanish form of Latin Basilius, meaning ‘king.’

Batista – Baptist, To Dip

Battista – Italian name derived from the Greek word bapto, ‘to dip,’ hence ‘baptist.’

Battiste – Italian variation of Baptiste, origin meaning to dip’.

Bautiste – Italian variation of Baptiste, origin meaning to dip’.

Beffa – A deceit

Bellarmine – Bellarmine as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Bellarmine is ‘the one with the beautiful armor’.

Bellarmino – Bellarmino as a boy’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘the one with the beautiful armor’.

Bellini

Bello – The name Bello is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘handsome, beautiful’.

Bellveder – Bellveder as a boy’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘beautiful to see’.

Bellvedere – Bellvedere as a boy’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘beautiful to see’.

Bellvidere – Bellvidere as a boy’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘beautiful to see’.

Belveder – Belveder as a boy’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘beautiful to see’.

Belvedere – Belvedere as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Belvedere is ‘beautiful to see’.

Belvider – Belvider as a boy’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘beautiful to see’.

Belvidere – Belvidere as a boy’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘beautiful to see’.

Benedetto – The name Benedetto is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘blessed’.

Benedo – Blessed

Beni – Blessed

Beniamino – Italian variation of Benjamin, origin meaning son of the right hand’.

Benigno – Italian form of Latin Benignus, meaning ‘kind.’

Benito – Latin – Blessed, Variant of name Benedict

Benjamino – Italian variation of Benjamin, origin meaning son of the right hand’.

Beno – Blessed

Benvenuto – Benvenuto as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Benvenuto is ‘welcome’. In Italy, often refers to the joy at birth of a long-awaited child.

Benvolio – Benvolio is derived from the Italian word ‘benevolo’ and means ‘goodwill’ or ‘benevolent.’

Beppe – Pet form of Italian Giuseppe, meaning ‘(God) shall add (another son).’

Beppo – God gives

Bera – A Well, Declaring

Berengar – Italian form of Latin Berengarius, meaning ‘bear-spear.’

Beri – My Corn

Bernadino – Italian variation of Bernard, origin meaning strong, brave as a bear’.

Bernardino – Pet form of Italian Bernardo, meaning ‘bold as a bear.’

Bernardo

Bernardo – Italian and Spanish form of Latin Bernardus, meaning ‘bold as a bear.’

Bertoldo – Italian form of German Berthold, meaning ‘bright ruler.’

Bertrando – Italian form of Latin Bertramus, meaning ‘bright raven.’

Beto – A blessed individual who loves experiences

Bettino – Pet form of Italian Benedetto, meaning ‘blessed.’

Biaggio – The name Biaggio is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘one who stutters or lisps’.

Biagino – Pet form of Italian Biagio, meaning ‘talks with a lisp.’

Biagio – Italian form of Roman Latin Blasius, meaning ‘talks with a lisp.’

Bianca – You can thank Mick Jagger for putting the name Bianca into the minds of American parents: In 1971, the uber-popular rocker married a disco-loving woman named Bianca, and that was enough to set the name on fire within a year or two. But the name had been around long before the 1970s: Shakespeare liked Bianca so much, he gave it to characters in “Othello” and “The Taming of the Shrew.” And who could forget about the fun-loving yet sassy Bianca from ’10 Things I Hate About You’? Somehow this name manages to be exotic and exciting yet pure and innocent.

Boh – An expression in Italian meaning ‘I don’t know’

Bonavento – A surname meaning welcome

Bonaventura – Italian name meaning ‘good fortune.’

Bonaventure – Variant spelling of Italian Bonaventura, meaning ‘good fortune.’

Bonfilio – Variant spelling of Italian Buonfiglio, meaning ‘good son.’

Bonifacio – Italian form of Latin Bonifatius, meaning ‘good destiny/fate.’

Borromeo – The name Borromeo is a boy’s name of Italian origin.

Bosco – The name Bosco is a boy’s name of Italian origin.

Brahvo – Brahvo as a boy’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘excellent or courageous’.

Brando – Italian form of Bertrand brilliant raven, Fiery torch, beacon.

Brando – The name Brando is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘firebrand, sword’.

Bravo – Bravo as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Bravo is ‘excellent, courageous’.

Bravvo – Bravvo as a boy’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘excellent or courageous’.

Brio

Brizio – Brizio as a boy’s name is of Celtic origin meaning ‘swift’.

Bruno – Germanic – Brown One, Derived from element Brun

Bucca – A talkative person. Means mouth

Buonfiglio – Italian name meaning ‘good son.’

Italian boy names starting with C

Cabrini – An Italian surname, meaning one who sails

Caelian – A man from heaven

Caerda – An Italian surname from Venice

Caj – Short form of Italian Cajetan, meaning ‘from Caieta (Gaeta, Italy).’ Compare with another form of Caj.

Cajetan – Italian form of Roman Latin Caietanus, meaning ‘from Caieta (Gaeta, Italy).’

Cajetano – Cajetano as a boy’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘rejoiced’.

Calisto – Fair, good

Callisto – Italian form of Latin Callistus, meaning ‘most beautiful.’ Compare with feminine Callisto.

Calogero – Calogero as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Calogero is ‘fair old age’.

Calogeros – Calogeros as a boy’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘fair old age’.

Calogiru – Sicilian form of Kalogeros. It means beautiful elder.

Calvino – Italian variation of Calvin, origin meaning bald, hairless’.

Camillo – Italian form of Roman Latin Camillus, possibly meaning ‘attendant (for a temple).’

Camora – An Italian Mafia-type syndicate, a secret society

Campa – He is a soothing man

Capulet – An Italian surname, made famous in Romeo and Juliet

Cario – A caring man

Carlino – Italian variation of Carl, origin meaning free man’.

Carlo – The name Carlo is a boy’s name of Spanish, Italian origin, meaning free man’.

Carmello – Carmello as a boy’s name is of Hebrew and Italian origin meaning ‘orchard or garden’.

Carmelo – Carmelo as a boy’s name is pronounced kar-MAY-loh. It is of Italian and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Carmelo is ‘orchard,, garden’. Biblical place name: refers to Mount Carmel in Israel, which is referred to in ancient writings as a kind of paradise.

Carmine – A man who is like a song

Caro

Carolo – Italian variation of Carl, origin meaning free man’.

Carrados – A brave counselor

Caruso – The name Caruso is a boy’s name of Italian origin.

Casanova – A surname, meaning a new house, a new home

Caseareo – To cut

Casimiro – Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish form of Latin Casimiria, meaning ‘commands peace.’

Caspari – Variant spelling of Italian Gaspari. It means treasure bearer.

Cassio – A man who is empty because of his vanity

Casso – One who lives in the manor house

Catarino – A genuine man

Ceasario – Italian variation of Caesar, origin meaning long-haired’.

Cecilio – Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin C?cilius, meaning ‘blind.’

Cedro – Italian variation of Isidore, origin meaning gift of Isis’, ‘bounty’.

Celestina – A heavenly or a celestial individual

Celestino – Italian and Spanish form of Latin C?lestinus, meaning ‘heavenly.’

Celino – Italian and Spanish form of Roman Latin C?linus, meaning ‘heaven.’

Celio – Italian and Spanish form of Latin C?lius, meaning ‘heaven.’

Cellini – The name Cellini is a boy’s name of Italian origin.

Celso – Italian and Spanish form of Latin Celsus, meaning ‘upright, stately.’

Ceron – A beekeeper

Cesare – Italian variation of Caesar, origin meaning long-haired’, ‘long-haired’.

Cesarino – Pet form of Italian Cesare, meaning ‘severed.’

Cesario – A hairy individual

Cesco – Cesco is an unpopular boy’s name.

Chellis – A country dweller

Chidro – Italian variation of Isidore, origin meaning gift of Isis’.

Chirico – The name Chirico is a boy’s name of Italian origin.

Christian – Follower of Jesus Christ

Cidro – Italian variation of Isidore, origin meaning gift of Isis’.

Cielo – The name Cielo is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘sky’.

Ciolla – He is layered like an onion

Cipriano – The name Cipriano is a boy’s name of Italian, Latin origin meaning ‘from Cyprus’.

Ciriaco – Ciriaco as a boy’s name is of Italian and Greek origin, and the meaning of Ciriaco is ‘lord’.

Cirillo – Italian variation of Cyril, origin meaning lordly’.

Cirino – Pet form of Italian Ciro, meaning ‘like the sun.’

Ciro – The name Ciro is a boy’s name of Italian origin, meaning sun’.

Cirocco – The wind from Ancient Egypt, a warm wind from Egypt

Claudio – Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Claudius, meaning ‘lame.’

Clelio – Clelio is an unpopular boy’s name.

Clemente – Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Clementius, meaning ‘gentle and merciful.’

Cleto – Short form of Italian/Spanish Anacleto, meaning ‘called back, invoked.’

Colombano – Italian form of Latin Columbanus, meaning ‘dove.’

Colombo – Italian form of Latin Columba, meaning ‘dove.’

Colonel – A column

Columbano – Italian variation of Coleman, origin meaning servant of Nicholas’.

Columbo – Derived from an Italian word meaning Dove, a white bird that is used as the symbol of peace

Como

Concetto – Masculine form of Italian Concetta, meaning ‘conception.’

Cono – Cono is an unpopular boy’s name.

Constanzo – Italian variation of Constantin, origin meaning steadfast’.

Cornelio – Horn

Corrado – The name Corrado is a boy’s name of Italian origin, meaning brave counsel’.

Cosimo – Cosimo is a boy’s name meaning ‘order’, ‘organization’, or ‘beauty’ that is related to the Italian and Greek name Cosmo.

Cosma – Italian form of ‘cosmas’, meaning order, pattern, decency or decree

Cosmo – Cosmo as a boy’s name is of Italian and Greek origin, and the meaning of Cosmo is ‘order, organization, beauty’.

Costantino – Italian form of Latin Constantinus, meaning ‘steadfast.’

Costanzo – Italian form of Latin Constans, meaning ‘steadfast.’

Crescenzo – Italian form of Latin Crescentius, meaning ‘to spring up, grow, thrive.’

Crispino – Italian form of Latin Crispinus, meaning ‘curly(-headed).’

Cristian – Romanian form of ‘Christianity’, Disciple of Christ

Cristiano – Italian and Portuguese form of Latin Christianus, meaning ‘Christian.’

Cristoforo – Italian form of Latin Christophorus, meaning ‘Christ-bearer.’

Croccifixio – Variant spelling of Italian Crocifisso, meaning ‘cross, crucifix’ or ‘way of the cross.’

Crocifisso – Old Italian name meaning ‘cross, crucifix’ or ‘way of the cross.’

Cross – Short form of Italian Crocifisso, or Croccifixio, meaning ‘cross, crucifix’ or ‘way of the cross.’

Italian boy names starting with D

Damiano – Italian form of Latin Damianus, meaning ‘to tame, to subdue’ and euphemistically ‘to kill.’

Damone – Italian variation of Damon.

Dangela – An Angel

Dangelo – Divine messenger

Daniel – A Prophet

Daniele – Italian form of Hebrew Daniyel, meaning ‘God is my judge.’

Danilo – The Lord is my judge

Dante – Enduring

Dante – The name Dante is a boy’s name of Italian, Latin origin meaning ‘enduring’.

Danti – The divine comedy

Dario – The name Dario is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘kingly or possess well’.

Daunte – The one who is everlasting

Davide – Italian form of Hebrew David, meaning ‘beloved.’

De’Marion – This variation of the name ‘Demari,’ is a combination of the prefix ‘De’ and the name ‘Mario,’ which means a sailor. The name also means bold.

Deangelo – Left for the world by angels, pure and innocent.

Demario – This Italian name means ‘Of Mario’ or ‘son of Mario.’

Demetrio – Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Demetrius, meaning ‘loves the earth’ or ‘follower of Demeter.’

Demonte – One who is coming from heaven, mountain

Desi – Short form of Italian/Spanish Desiderio, meaning ‘longing.’ This name was borne by the Cuban actor Desi Arnaz, husband of Lucille Ball.

Desiderio – Desired

Desiderio – Italian and Spanish form of Latin Desiderius, meaning ‘longing.’

Diego – Mexian version of name James,passionate

Dino – Abbreviation of names ending like Bernardino.

Dino – Short form of Italian Aldobrandino, meaning ‘little old sword,’ and other Italian names ending with -dino.

Dionigi – Dionigi is an unpopular boy’s name.

Dodinc – Boys who born on sundays ,Saints

Domani – Tomorrow, one who does advance planning

Domenico – Italian variation of Domingo, origin meaning born on a Sunday’, ‘belonging to the lord’, ‘belonging to the lord’.

Dominico – Belonging to the Lord

Donat – They are the ones who are like gifts and are stranger

Donatelli – Italian variation of Donato, origin meaning given by God’.

Donatello – The name Donatello is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘to give’.

Donati – Italian variation of Donato, origin meaning given by God’.

Donato

Donato – Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Donatus, meaning ‘given (by God).’

Dontay – Lasting, enduring, one who has spiritual leadership

Dontaye – Dontaye is a boy’s name meaning ‘lasting’ that is related to the Italian name Donte.

Donte – Donte as a boy’s name is pronounced DAHN-tee, dahn-TAY. It is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Donte is ‘lasting’.

Dontey – Dontey is a boy’s name meaning ‘lasting’ that is related to the Italian name Donte.

Doriano – Italian form of Latin Dorianus, meaning ‘of the Dorian tribe.’

Drago – Italian form of Latin Draco, meaning ‘dragon.’ Compare with another form of Drago.

Duilio – Italian form of Roman Latin Duilius, meaning ‘war.’

Duran – The name Duran is a boy’s name of Italian origin.

Durant – An unbending person, enduring one

Durante – Italian name derived from Latin durantis, meaning ‘enduring, lasting, steadfast.’

Italian boy names starting with E

Ecedro – Italian variation of Isidore, origin meaning gift of Isis’.

Ecidro – Italian variation of Isidore, origin meaning gift of Isis’.

Edgardo – A wealthy man who is known for riches

Edmondo – Italian form of Anglo-Saxon Eadmund, meaning ‘protector of prosperity.’

Edoardo – Italian form of Edward rich guardian

Edoardo – Italian form of Latin Eduardus, meaning ‘guardian of prosperity.’

Eduardo

Eduardo – The holder of rich property

Edwaldo – A loving and prosperous guardian

Efisio – Italian form of Latin Ephesius, meaning ‘from Ephesus.’

Egidio – Italian form of Latin Egidius, meaning ‘kid, young goat’ or ‘shield of goatskin.’

Eigidio – Eigidio is an unpopular boy’s name.

Elario – Variant spelling of Italian Ilario, meaning ‘joyful, happy.’

Elia – Italian form of Hebrew Eliyah, meaning ‘the Lord is my God.’

Eligio – Italian form of Latin Eligius, meaning ‘to choose.’

Elio – The name Elio is a boy’s name of Italian origin.

Eliodoro – Italian form of Greek Heliodoros, meaning ‘gift of the sun.’

Eliseo – The name Eliseo is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘God is my salvation’.

Elmo – Helmet, protection, Saint Elmo is the common name for Saint Erasmus, the patron saint of sailors. Saint Elmo”s fire is said to protect sailors and is the glow that accompanies a steady discharge of electricity from objects (such as masts of sailing ships) during thunderstorms or when electrified clouds are present.

Elmo – Italian name of Germanic origin, derived from the element helm, meaning ‘helmet, protection.’

Elpidio – Italian and Spanish form of Latin Elpidius, meaning ‘hope.’

Emanuele

Emanuele – Italian variation of Emmanuel, origin meaning God is with us’.

Emberto – someone who is a bright warrior.

Emeril – Meaning unknown

Emesto – Serious

Emidio – this is a name in the honour of Saint Emegdius a patron against earthquake who lived during 3rd century and was a bishop.

Emiliano – Work

Emiliano – The name Emiliano is a boy’s name of Spanish, Italian origin meaning ‘work’.

Emilio – The name Emilio is a boy’s name of Spanish, Italian origin meaning ‘rival’.

Emmanuele – Italian form of Emmanuel God is among us

Ennio – Italian form of Roman Latin Ennius, possibly meaning ‘predestined’ or ‘favorite of God.’

Enric – it means head of the household.

Enrico

Enrico – The name Enrico is a boy’s name of Italian origin, meaning estate ruler’.

Enrique – ruler of an estate.

Enriquez – a person who owns large estates and rules them.

Enzio – Enzio as a boy’s name is of Italian and Old German origin, and the meaning of Enzio is ‘home ruler’.

Enzo

Enzo – Luxury car founder Enzo Ferrari didn’t drive this name up the baby name polls but it’s a cool association to have if you name your son Enzo. Super popular in its native Italy as well as France, Enzo has a stylish charm and demeanor, as if he spends his time drinking espresso at outdoor cafes and zooming around town in a fancy sports car (guess which brand?). Actresses Patricia Arquette and Annabeth Gish each have a son with this dashing name.

Erasto – an Italian word meaning beloved or highly loving.

Ercole – Ercole as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Ercole is ‘splendid gift’.

Ercolo – Ercolo as a boy’s name is of Italian and Greek origin, and the meaning of Ercolo is ‘splendid gift or Hera’s glory’.

Ermanno – Italian form of

Ermanno – Italian variation of Herman, origin meaning soldier, warrior’.

Ermete – Italian name derived from Latin Hermes, meaning ‘of the earth.’

Erminio – Erminio as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Erminio is ‘soldier or warrior’.

Ernesto – Italian and Spanish form of Latin Ernestus, meaning ‘battle (to the death), serious business.’

Esidor – Italian variation of Isidore, origin meaning gift of Isis’.

Esidore – Italian variation of Isidore, origin meaning gift of Isis’.

Esidoro – Italian variation of Isidore, origin meaning gift of Isis’.

Esidro – Italian variation of Isidore, origin meaning gift of Isis’.

Estachio – Italian form of Latin Eustachius, meaning ‘fruitful.’

Este – From the east

Este – an Italian word meaning someone from the east.

Ettore – Ettore as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Ettore is ‘loyal’.

Eugenio – The name Eugenio is a boy’s name of Spanish, Italian origin, meaning wellborn, noble’.

Euilaun – an Italian name for someone who has been born into the nobility.

Eulalio – Italian form of Latin Eulalius, meaning ‘well-spoken.’

Eusebio – Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Eusebius, meaning ‘pious.’

Eustachio – Italian variation of Eustace, origin meaning fruitful, productive’.

Eustorgio – Italian form of Latin Eustorgius, meaning ‘content.’

Ezio – Contracted form of Italian Enzio, meaning ‘home-ruler.’

Ezzelin – Italian form of English Acelin, meaning ‘little noble one.’

Italian boy names starting with F

Fabbro – The name Fabbro is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘blacksmith’.

Fabian – He who farms beans

Fabiano – Italian form of Latin Fabianus, meaning ‘like Fabius.’

Fabio – Bean grower

Fabio – Italian name derived from Roman Latin Fabius, meaning ‘bean.’

Fabricio – A man who is very crafty

Fabrizio – The name Fabrizio is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘crafstman’.

Fabroni – Italian variation of Fabron, origin meaning young blacksmith’.

Fantino – A form of Fantinus, meaning baby boy.

Faramundo – Italian and Spanish form of German Faramund, meaning ‘journey protection.’

Faro – The name Faro is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘lighthouse’.

Faustino – Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Latin Faustinus, meaning ‘lucky.’

Fausto – The name Fausto is a boy’s name of Spanish, Italian origin meaning ‘fortunate one’.

Favio – A man of wisdom and understanding

Fedele – Italian variation of Fidel, origin meaning faithful’.

Federico – Peaceful ruler

Federico – The name Federico is a boy’s name of Italian origin, meaning peaceful ruler’.

Federigo – Italian form of Latin Fredericus, meaning ‘peaceful ruler.’

Felice – Italian form of Latin Felix, meaning ‘happy’ or ‘lucky.’ Compare with feminine Felice.

Feliciano – Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Latin Felicianus, meaning ‘happy’ or ‘lucky.’

Felicio – He who is lucky in life

Felix – A man who is blessed with good fortune, luck and success

Ferdinando – Italian form of Visigothic Frithnanth, meaning ‘ardent for peace.’

Ferdinandus – A daring traveler

Ferrando – Italian variation of Ferdinand, origin meaning bold voyager’.

Ferrari – An occupational name, meaning a blacksmith

Ferro – Old Italian byname for someone with a strong physique, meaning ‘iron.’

Ferruccio – Pet form of Italian Ferro, meaning ‘iron.’

Fico – Fico as a boy’s name. Possibly an Italian short form of Federico.

Fidelio – He who is truthful and faithful

Fiero – The name Fiero is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘proud’.

Figaro – A darring and cunning man

Filberte – Italian variation of Filbert, origin meaning very brilliant’.

Filberto – Italian form of Latin Filbertus, meaning ‘very bright.’

Filiberto – Italian form of Latin Filbertus, meaning ‘very bright.’

Filipo – Variant spelling of Italian Filippo, meaning ‘lover of horses.’

Filippo – Italian variation of Philip, origin meaning lover of horses’.

Filippos – A person who is friendly with horses

Fillipo – Variant spelling of Italian Filippo, meaning ‘lover of horses.’

Fino – Short form of Italian Serafino, meaning ‘burning one’ or ‘serpent.’ Also used as a short form of other names ending with -fino. The feminine form is Fina.

Fio – Italian variation of Florent, origin meaning flowering’.

Fiore – Medieval Italian unisex name derived from the word fiore, meaning ‘flower.’

Fiorello – Little flower

Fiorello – Masculine diminutive form of Italian unisex Fiore, meaning ‘little flower.’ Fiorella is the feminine form.

Fiorenzo – Italian form of Latin Florentius, meaning ‘blossoming.’

Firdose – The Paradise City of the Gods

Firmino – Italian form of Latin Firminus, meaning ‘firm, steadfast.’

Flaminio – The keeper of the flames, i.e. A priest (in Spanish)

Flavio – The name Flavio is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘yellow, blond’.

Flora – Derived from the Latin word Flo,it means a flower, Roman goddess of Spring

Florentino – Italian form of Latin Florentius, meaning ‘blossoming.’

Floriano – Italian form of Roman Latin Florian, meaning ‘flower.’

Fons – Short form of Italian/Spanish Alfonso, meaning ‘noble and ready.’

Fonsie – Pet form of Italian/Spanish Alfonso, meaning ‘noble and ready.’

Fonso – Noble, eager

Fonzo – Noble, eager

Fortunato – Italian form of Latin Fortunatus, meaning ‘fortunate.’

Francescantonio – Made up of Italian word Frances and Latin Antonio, it refers to a Frenchman worthy of praise

Francesco – Free

Francesco – Italian version of the name ‘Francis’ it means a Frenchman or free man

Francis – A masculine version of the name Frances, meaning ‘Frenchman’ or ‘free one’.

Franciszek – The Italian version of the name Francis, meaning ‘Frenchman’and ‘free one’.

Franco – Frenchman, freeman

Franco – The name Franco is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘Frenchman or free man’.

Frankie – Used for either gender, Frankie is a form of the English Frances (for a girl) or Francis (for a boy), meaning free one.

Franky – Of Italian origin and popular in English, Franky is a variant of Francis and means ‘free one’ or ‘Frenchman’

Frederico – A Portuguese version of the name ‘Frederick’, it refers to a peaceful ruler

Frediano – Italian form of Roman Latin Frigidian, meaning ‘cold.’

Fredo – Italian diminutive of ‘Frederick’ meaning a peace’keeping ruler

Fulvio – Italian form of Roman Latin Fulvius, meaning ‘yellow.’

Fynn – African – River Ofinn, Old Norse – Finn, Celtic – White, Fair, A variant of name Finn

Italian boy names starting with G

Gabriel – God is my strength

Gabriela – God is my strength

Gabriele

Gabriele – Italian form of Latin Gabrielus, meaning ‘man of God’ or ‘warrior of God.’

Gabriella – God is my strength

Gaetan – Gaetan as a boy’s name is of Italian origin. Place name: Gaeta is a region in Southern Italy, the Gulf of Gaeta is north of Naples.

Gaetano – Gaetano as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Gaetano is ‘from Caieta’. Gaetano comes from a location name for what is now Gaeta in Italy.

Gaeton – Gaeton is a boy’s name and a variant of the Italian name Gaetan.

Gaincarlo – Italian – God’s Gracious Gift, Free man, Man, Name is combination of Gianni and Carlo

Galileo – Galileo as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Galileo is ‘from Galilee’.

Galterio – Italian form of Walter strong warrior

Garrat – Brave with a spear

Gaspare – Italian form of Portuguese/Spanish Gaspar, meaning ‘treasure bearer.’

Gasparo – Italian variation of Caspar, origin meaning keeper of the treasure’, ‘treasurer’.

Gastone – Italian form of French Gaston, meaning ‘from Gascony.’

Gattani – A surname from Milan, Italy

Gavino – White hawk.

Gavino – Derived from Gabinus, means Gabium, one of the olden cities in Italy.

Geeno – Ever-living, well-born

Genaro – Refers to the first month of the year, January.

Gennarino – Diminutive of Gennaro (God Janus)

Gennarius – Gennarius as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Gennarius is ‘of Janus’.

Gennaro – Gennaro as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Gennaro is ‘of Janus’. Janus was an ancient Roman god.

Gennaros – Gennaros as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Gennaros is ‘of Janus’.

Geno – Geno as a boy’s name is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Geno is ‘well-born or noble’.

Genoah – One of the joints in human body, knee.

Gentile – One who is easy going, mild and smooth.

Geofredo – Italian variation of Jeffrey, origin meaning pledge of peace’.

Georgio

Georgio – Refers to Crofter or agriculturalist

Geovani – Geovani as a boy’s name is of Italian and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Geovani is ‘God is gracious’.

Geovanney – Geovanney as a boy’s name is of Italian and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Geovanney is ‘God is gracious’.

Geovanni – Geovanni as a boy’s name is of Italian and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Geovanni is ‘God is gracious’.

Geovanny – Geovanny as a boy’s name is of Italian and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Geovanny is ‘God is gracious’.

Geovany – Geovany as a boy’s name is of Italian and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Geovany is ‘God is gracious’.

Gerardo – The name Gerardo is a boy’s name of Spanish, Italian origin, meaning spear strength’.

Geremia – Italian form of Jerome sacred

Geremia – Geremia as a boy’s name is of Italian origin. Variant of Jeremiah (Hebrew) ‘the Lord exalts’.

Germano – Italian form of Roman Latin Germanus, meaning ‘from Germany.’

Gerodi – Refers to mountain or champion.

Gerolamo – Italian form of Latin Hieronymus, meaning ‘holy name.’

Gerome – Italian variation of Jerome, origin meaning sacred name’.

Geronimo – Geronimo as a boy’s name is pronounced hare-ROH-nee-moh, jer-RAH-nah-moh. It is of Italian and Greek origin, and the meaning of Geronimo is ‘sacred name’.

Gerrard – Brave with a spear

Gervasio – Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Gervasius, meaning ‘spear servant.’

Gherardo – Brave with a spear

Ghian – God is gracious

Giacinto – Italian form of Latin Hyacinthus, meaning ‘hyacinth flower.’

Giacobbe – Italian form of Latin Jacobus, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Giacomino – A God’s replacement

Giacomo – Supplanter

Giacomo – Giacomo as a boy’s name is pronounced JOCK-a-moh. It is of Italian origin.

Giambattista – Variant spelling of Italian Gianbattista, meaning ‘God is gracious’ and ‘baptist.’

Giampaolo – Variant spelling of Italian Gianpaolo, meaning ‘God is gracious’ and ‘small.’

Giampiero – Variant spelling of Italian Gianpiero, meaning ‘God is gracious’ and ‘rock, stone.’

Gian

Gian – Gian as a boy’s name is pronounced jon. It is of Italian and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Gian is ‘God is gracious’.

Gianbattista – Italian compound name composed of Gianni ‘God is gracious’ and Battista ‘baptist.’

Giancarlo – Italian double name comprised of John and Charles

Giancarlo – Italian compound name composed of Gianni ‘God is gracious’ and Carlo ‘man.’

Giancarlos – God protects

Gianetto – God is gracious

Gianfranco – Italian compound name composed of Gianni ‘God is gracious’ and Franco ‘free.’

Gianluca – Gianluca is an Italian male name. It is a combination of names Gian and Luca and means A Gift of God Born Under the Sunrise.

Gianluigi – It means God is Gracious, Famous Warrior. It is a combination of the names Gian and Luigi. Represented in Christian religion.

Gianmarco – Italian compound name composed of Gianni ‘God is gracious’ and Marco ‘defense’ or ‘of the sea.’

Gianmaria – Italian compound name composed of Gianni ‘God is gracious’ and Maria, ‘obstinate, rebellious.’

Giannes – Giannes is a male name of Hebrew origin and means The Gift of God. This version of the name is mostly used in Italy.

Gianney – Gianney as a boy’s name is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Gianney is ‘God is gracious’.

Gianni – Gianni as a boy’s name is of Italian and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Gianni is ‘God is gracious’.

Giannino – The name Giannino means God is Gracious. It is an Italian male name that originates from a Hebrew name Yochanan.

Giannis – Giannis is an Italian male name, a variation of the name Gianni. It means God is Gracious and has Hebrew origins.

Gianny – Gianny as a boy’s name is of Italian and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Gianny is ‘God is gracious’.

Gianpaolo – The name Gianpaolo is an Italian male name, a combination of names Gian and the name Paolo. The meaning of the name is God is Gracious, Humble and God’s Precious Gift.

Gianpiero – Italian male name. Combination of names Gian wich means God is Gracious and Piero which means Rock.

Gianrico – Italian male Christian name of Hebrew origin. It means God is Gracious.

Giasone – Giasone is an Italian male name and means To Heal, Healer. It has Latin and Greek origins.

Gideone – Gideone is an Italian male name of Hebrew origin. It means Destroyer, or He that Bruises.

Gilberto – Gilberto is a male name, an Italian verion of the name Gilbert and means Bright Pledge or Shining Pledge.

Gildo – Gildo is an Italian male name and means Servant, Disciple. It is represented in Christian religion.

Gino – Wellborn, noble

Gino – Gino as a boy’s name is pronounced JEE-no. It is of Italian origin. Short form of Ambrogino (Greek) ‘ever-living’ or Luigino or Eugenio, from Eugene (Greek) ‘well-born, noble’.

Gio – The meaning of Gio is Farmer, or The Lord is Gracious.

Gioacchino – Italian form of Hebrew Joachim, meaning ‘Jehovah raises up.’

Gioachino – Variant spelling of Italian Gioacchino, meaning ‘Jehovah raises up.’

Gioele – Italian version of the name Yoele and means God is Good.

Giona – The male name Giona means Dove.

Gionni – Variant of Giovanni, thankful for a gracious God.

Giordano – Italian masculine form of Hebrew unisex Yarden, meaning ‘flowing down.’

Giorgie – Farmer

Giorgino – Diminutive form of Italian Giorgio, meaning ‘little earth-worker, farmer.’

Giorgio

Giorgio – The name Giorgio is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘farmer’.

Giorgios – The meaning of Giorgios is the Farmer of the Earth.

Giosia – Italian variation of Joshua, origin meaning the Lord is my salvation’.

Giosue – Italian variation of Joshua, origin meaning the Lord is my salvation’.

Giotto – The name Giotto is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘pledge of peace’.

Giovan – Giovan as a boy’s name is of Italian and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Giovan is ‘God is gracious’.

Giovani

Giovani – Giovani as a boy’s name is of Italian and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Giovani is ‘God is gracious’.

Giovanni – God is gracious

Giovanni – Giovanni as a boy’s name is pronounced joh-VAHN-ee. It is of Italian and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Giovanni is ‘God is gracious’.

Giovanno – Giovanno as a boy’s name is of Italian and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Giovanno is ‘God is gracious’.

Giovanny – Giovanny as a boy’s name is of Italian and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Giovanny is ‘God is gracious’.

Giovany

Giovel – Giovel means ‘God is gracious’. It is a boy’s name and a variant of the Italian and Hebrew name Giovanni.

Giovell – Giovell means ‘God is gracious’. It is a boy’s name and a variant of the Italian and Hebrew name Giovanni.

Giovonni – Giovonni as a boy’s name is of Italian and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Giovonni is ‘God is gracious’.

Giraldo – Italian form of Latin Geraldus, meaning ‘spear ruler.’

Girlado – Italian variation of Gerald, origin meaning ruler with the spear’.

Girolamo – Variant spelling of Italian Gerolamo, meaning ‘holy name.’

Gitano – Gitano means Gypsy, the Wanderer

Giuliano – Youthful

Giuliano – Giuliano as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of the name Giuliano is ‘youthful’.

Giulio – Youthful, Variant of Julian and Julio.

Giulio – The name Giulio is a boy’s name of Italian origin, meaning youthful, downy-bearded’.

Giusepe – God gives

Giuseppe – He shall add

Giuseppe – Giuseppe as a boy’s name is pronounced jeh-SEP-ee. It is of Italian origin. Variant of Joseph (Hebrew) ‘the Lord increases’.

Giustinian – Giustinian as a boy’s name is of Latin and Italian origin, and the meaning of Giustinian is ‘just or fair’.

Giustiniano – Giustiniano as a boy’s name is of Latin and Italian origin, and the meaning of Giustiniano is ‘just or fair’.

Giustino – Giustino as a boy’s name is of Italian origin. Variant of Justin (Latin) ‘just, fair’.

Giusto – The name Giusto means Unbaist, Upright

Goffredo – God’s Peace, The one who will live in peace and give peace to others, who will love and give love to all others.

Gorla – Name of place in Italy, Derived from the latin word gulula, meaning little cleft

Gracian – Gracian as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Gracian is ‘beloved or dear’.

Graciano – Graciano is a boy’s name meaning ‘beloved’ or ‘dear’ and is a variant of the Italian name Graziano.

Graziano – They are very gentle,sensitive and have big soft heart.They love to admire and want to be promonent all the time.

Greco – They are very clever,deep mind and sensitive.They are very kind and great to others.

Gregario – Italian form of Latin Gregorius, meaning ‘watchful, vigilant.’

Gregorio – The name Gregorio is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘vigilant, a watchman’.

Gru – Crane

Gualtier – Form of Walter. Powerful warrior.

Gualtiero – Italian form of Walter strong warrior

Gualtiero – Germanic – To Rule, Army, People of Power, Army of Power, Strong Warrior, Italian form of Walter

Guerino – Italian form of German Warin, meaning ‘cover, shelter.’

Guglielmo

Guglielmo – Guglielmo is materialistic and self-serving, he doesn’t waver to grab the open doors that life presents him with.

Guido – Guido means life. The person with this name is full of life and knows how to live this life.

Guilio – Youthful strong person who is full of life.

Guiseppe – Italian type of JOSEPH.In Biblical the significance of the name Joseph is: Increase, expansion.

Guistino – Italian variation of Justin, origin meaning fair, righteous’.

Guntero – Italian variation of Gunter. origin meaning bold warrior’.

Gusepe – God gives

Gustavo – Brazilian-Portuguese, Italian and Spanish form of Latin Gustavus, meaning ‘meditation staff.’

Gyan – God is gracious

Gyancarlo – God protects

Gynni – From the John tribe

Italian boy names starting with H

Herberto – Italian variation of Herbert, origin meaning bright army’.

Heriberto – Italian variation of Herbert, origin meaning bright army’.

Herinomos – Herinomos as a boy’s name is of Italian and Greek origin, and the meaning of Herinomos is ‘sacred name’.

Heronimo – Heronimo as a boy’s name is of Italian and Greek origin, and the meaning of Heronimo is ‘sacred name’.

Hieronimo – Hieronimo as a boy’s name is of Italian and Greek origin, and the meaning of Hieronimo is ‘sacred name’.

Hieronomo – Italian form of Latin Hieronymus, meaning ‘holy name.’

Hieronymus – Hieronymus as a boy’s name is of Italian and Greek origin, and the meaning of Hieronymus is ‘sacred name’.

Hisidro – Italian variation of Isidore, origin meaning gift of Isis’.

Italian boy names starting with I

Ignazio – Italian form of Latin Ignatius, possibly meaning ‘unknowing.’

Ilario – The name Ilario is a boy’s name of Italian, Latin, Basque origin meaning ‘cheerful, happy’.

Innocent – Innocent as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Innocent is ‘innocent’.

Innocenty – Innocenty as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Innocenty is ‘innocent’.

Innocenzio – Innocenzio as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Innocenzio is ‘innocent’.

Innocenzo – Italian form of Latin Innocentius, meaning ‘harmless, innocent.’

Inocencio – Inocencio as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Inocencio is ‘innocent’.

Inocenzio – Italian variation of Innocent, origin meaning harmless, innocent’.

Inocenzo – Italian variation of Innocent, origin meaning harmless, innocent’.

Ippolito – Italian variation of Hippolyte, origin meaning he who frees horses’.

Isaia – Italian variation of Isaiah, origin meaning Salvation of the Lord’, ‘Salvation of the Lord’.

Italo – Italo as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Italo is ‘from Italy’.

Ivano – A form of John, meaning God is gracious.

Italian boy names starting with J

Jacopo – Jacopo as a boy’s name is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Jacopo is ‘he who supplants’.

Januario – Januario as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Januario is ‘of Janus’.

Jeno – Jeno as a boy’s name is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Jeno is ‘well-born or noble’.

Jenoah – Unclear

Jerardo – Brave with a spear

Jeronimo – Jeronimo as a boy’s name is of Italian and Greek origin, and the meaning of Jeronimo is ‘sacred name’.

Jeronimus – Jeronimus as a boy’s name is of Italian and Greek origin, and the meaning of Jeronimus is ‘sacred name’.

Jino – Jino as a boy’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘famous’.

Jionni – Variant of Giovanni, thankful for a gracious God.

Jiovanni – The Italian variant of John meaning ‘God is gracious and merciful.’ There are over 175 variants of John in nearly every language.

Jovanney – Jovanney as a boy’s name is of Italian and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Jovanney is ‘God is gracious’.

Jovanni – Italian form of Latin Johannes, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jovanno – Jovanno as a boy’s name is of Italian and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Jovanno is ‘God is gracious’.

Julio – people with this name try their best to please everyone. They show interest in making friends.

Italian boy names starting with K

Kajetan – From the city of Gaeta

Kajetan – Kajetan as a boy’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘rejoiced’.

Kajetano – Kajetano as a boy’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘rejoiced’.

Kalanidhi – Kalanidhi name means Receptable of the Moon Crescent

Kalogerus – Kalogerus as a boy’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘fair old age’.

Kara – Italian – Beloved, Dear, Derived from name Cara or Carus

Karmello – Karmello as a boy’s name is of Hebrew and Italian origin meaning ‘orchard or garden’.

Karmelo – Karmelo as a boy’s name is of Hebrew and Italian origin meaning ‘orchard or garden’.

Kason – Kason means House, a Home

Kona – Sanskrit – Angular, Italian – Lady.

Kosmo – Kosmo is a boy’s name meaning ‘order’, ‘organization’, or ‘beauty’ that is related to the Italian and Greek name Cosmo.

Krystallo – Krystallo means Christ’s Follower

Italian boy names starting with L

Ladislas – Italian form of Latin Ladislaus, meaning ‘rules with glory.’

Lamberto – A person who comes from the Bright Lands

Lando – Someone who is famous throughout the land, Bright Sun

Lanz – Italian variation of Lance, origin meaning servant’.

Lapo – Lapo as a boy’s name is of Italian origin.

Largo – Wide, broad, in music, largo indicates a very slow tempo

Lauris – Variant of Lawrence. It means from Laurentum.

Lauro – A Boy who comes from the place where Laurel trees grow

Lazaro – The name Lazaro is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘God is my helper’.

Lazzaro – Italian form of Latin Lazarus, meaning ‘my God has helped.’

Leandro – Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Leander, meaning ‘lion-man.’

Leofede – Faith of a lion, or alion’s faith

Leoluca – The name is a combination of Leo or Leone with Luca.

Leonardo – Lion, bold

Leonardo – The name Leonardo is a boy’s name of Spanish, Italian origin meaning ‘brave lion’.

Leone – Bold lion

Leone – Italian form of Latin Leo, meaning ‘lion.’ Compare with feminine Leone.

Leonello – Italian variation of Leo, origin meaning lion’, ‘young lion’.

Leonida – The name Leonida is a boy’s name of Italian origin.

Leonzio – Italian variation of Leon, origin meaning lion’, ‘lion’.

Leopoldo – Italian form of Old High German Liutpold, meaning ‘people-bold.’ In use by the Portuguese and Spanish.

Liberatore – Italian name meaning ‘liberator.’

Liborio – Italian form of Roman Latin Liberius, meaning ‘free.’

Lino – Italian and Spanish form of Latin Linus, meaning either ‘a cry of grief’ or ‘flax, linen.’

Lionzio – Italian variation of Leonard, origin meaning brave lion’.

Livio – Italian form of Roman Latin Livius, possibly meaning ‘bluish.’

Lodovico – Italian variation of Louis, origin meaning renowned warrior’.

Lorence – A person who comes from the place of lime trees

Lorents – Comes from ancient Italian city, Laurentum

Lorenzo – From Laurentium

Lorenzo – The name Lorenzo is a boy’s name of Spanish, Italian origin meaning ‘from Laurentium’.

Loreto – A place name, ancient city of Laurentum

Loretto – A Boy from ancient Italian city Laurentum

Loris – Diminutive form of Italian Lorenzo, meaning ‘of Laurentum.’

Lotario – Italian name for soldier of the people

Lothario – Italian form of Latin Lotharius, meaning ‘loud warrior.’

Lotterio – Italian form of Latin Lotharius, meaning ‘loud warrior.’

Luca – Italian form of Latin Lucas, meaning ‘from Lucania.’ In use by the Romani.

Lucan – Light

Lucan – One who comes from the city of Luca in Toscany

Lucca – Light

Lucca – He who illimnates

Luce – Light giver

Luciano – The name Luciano is a boy’s name of Spanish, Italian origin meaning ‘light’.

Lucio – Italian and Spanish form of Roman Latin Lucius, meaning ‘light.’

Ludo – Famous fighter. Abbreviation of Ludovico.

Ludo – Derived from Latin name Louis, meaning light

Ludovic – The name Ludovic is a boy’s name of Scottish, Italian origin meaning ‘famous warrior’.

Ludovico – Italian form of Latin Ludovicus, meaning ‘famous warrior.’

Luduvico – Variation of Ludwig, mighty warrior

Luigi – Renowned warrior

Luigi – The name Luigi is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘renowned warrior’.

Luigino – Pet form of Italian Luigi, meaning ‘famous warrior.’

Italian boy names starting with M

Macario – Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Macarius, meaning ‘blessed.’

Maceo – Spanish name, Gift of God

Maggio – The name Maggio is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘May’.

Malvolio – Italian name invented by Shakespeare for a character in his play ‘Twelfth Night,’ meaning ‘ill-will.’

Manfredo – Italian variation of Manfred, origin meaning man of peace’.

Manlio – Italian form of Roman Latin Manlius, meaning ‘morning.’

Mano – Hebrew – God is with us, a contraction of the name Manuel, Hawaiian – Shark, Passionate Lover

Manuel – God is among us

Manzi – Occupational name for one who raised steers. Mostly used as a surname

Manzu – The name Manzu is a boy’s name of Italian origin.

Marcell – Form of the Latin Marcellus meaning hammer.

Marcell – A person whose strenght is compared to the hammer

Marcellino – Italian form of Roman Latin Marcellinus, meaning ‘defense’ or ‘of the sea.’

Marcello – Form of the Latin Marcellus meaning hammer.

Marcello – The name Marcello is a boy’s name of Spanish, Italian origin meaning ‘young warrior’.

Marcelo – Form of the Latin Marcellus meaning hammer.

Marcelo – One who has the strenght of the hammer

Marciano – Italian name meaning hammer

Marcio – He who is of Mars

Marco

Marco – The name Marco is a boy’s name of Spanish, Italian origin meaning ‘warlike’.

Mariano – Italian form of Roman Latin Marianus, meaning ‘like Marius.’

Marino – Italian form of Roman Latin Marinus, meaning ‘of the sea.’

Mario

Mario – Italian and Spanish form of Latin Marius, meaning ‘male, virile.’

Marquise – A title name ranking below duke and above earl.

Marquise – A hereditary title below duka

Martelli – Ocupation name, one who is a Hammersmith

Martino – Italian form of Latin Martinus, meaning ‘of/like Mars.’

Marzio – Italian form of Roman Latin Marcius, meaning ‘defense’ or ‘of the sea.’

Maso – The name Maso is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘twin’.

Massa – A Burden, Prophecy, An Italian habitational Place name

Massimiliano – Italian form of Latin Maximilian, meaning ‘the greatest.’

Massimo – Greatest

Massimo – The name Massimo is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘the greatest’.

Mateo – The name Mateo is a boy’s name of Spanish, Italian, Latin origin meaning ‘gift of God’.

Matta – Gift of Yahweh, Gift of God, Gift of the Lord, A variant of Mata

Matteo – Gift of God

Matteo – A Italian variant of the name Matthew, derived from the Hebrew word ‘matana’ meaning ‘gift’. The name means ‘gift of god’.

Mattia – Italian form of Hebrew Mattithyah, meaning ‘gift of God.’

Maurizio

Maurizio – Italian form of Latin Mauricius, meaning ‘dark-skinned, Moor.’

Mauro

Mauro – Italian form of Latin Mauricius, meaning ‘dark-skinned, Moor.’

Maximo – The name Maximo is a boy’s name of Spanish, Italian origin.

Mazota – An individual who is compassionate and loving

Melchiorre – Italian form of biblical Melchior, meaning ‘king of light.’

Meo – Italian variation of Bartholomew, origin meaning son of the furrow’.

Miano – Short form of the personal name Damiano, Habitational name

Michelangelo – A blend of Michael and Angelo, Italian artist Michelangelo Buonarroti is one of history”s greatest painters and sculptors. His works are famous throughout the world, including David, The Pieta and The Sistine Chapel.

Michelangelo – Michelangelo as a boy’s name. Combined form of Michael (Hebrew) ‘who resembles God?’ and Angelo (Greek) ‘messenger’.

Michele – Who resembles God

Michele – Italian form of Greek Michael (Hebrew Miyka’el), meaning ‘who is like God?’

Modesto – Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Latin Modestus, meaning ‘moderate, sober.’

Monaco – A monk, or someone who is serving a monastery

Montay – Mountain, abbreviation of Montague and Montgomery

Monte – Mountain. Abbreviation of Montague and Montgomery.

Monte – A steep mountain

Montes – Mountain, abbreviation of Montague and Montgomery

Montez – Mountain. Abbreviation of Montague and Montgomery.

Montrel – Mountain. Abbreviation of Montague and Montgomery.

Montrelle – Mountain. Abbreviation of Montague and Montgomery.

Morandi – The name Morandi is a boy’s name of Italian origin.

Mose – Italian form of Hebrew Moshe (Greek Mouses), meaning ‘drawn out.’

Mossimo – The largest or the greatest of all

Italian boy names starting with N

Naldo – Short form of Italian names ending with -naldo.

Napoleon – Napoleon as a boy’s name is pronounced na-POH-lee-an. Possibly (Italian) ‘man from Naples’, (Italian) ‘lion’ or (Old German) ‘sons of mist’.

Napoleone – Rare Italian name traditionally translated as ‘lion of Naples’ but only because of its association with the name Napoli ‘Naples’ and the word leone ‘lion.’ Etymologists now believe the name to be of Germanic origin, probably from elvish Nibelungen ‘sons of the mist,’ the name of a race of dwarfs, hence ‘elf, dwarf, Nibelung (son of the mist).’

Narciso – Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Narcissus, possibly meaning ‘numbness, sleep.’

Nardo – Nardo as a boy’s name is pronounced NAR-doh. It is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Nardo is ‘strong, hardy’.

Nario – Cheerful

Nario – A cheerful person, always cheering

Nascimbene – Medieval Italian name meaning ‘born well’

Natale – Who was born on Jesus Christ’s birthday.

Natanaele – Italian form of Greek Nathanael, meaning ‘given of God’ or ‘whom God gave.’

Nataniele – Italian variation of Nathaniel, origin meaning gift of God’.

Nazaire – An Italian Martyr, or a place where Christ spend his childhood

Nazario – Italian and Spanish form of Latin Nazarius, meaning ‘of Nazareth.’

Nello – Priceless or un-expected worth

Nerio – Italian name derived from Greek Nereus, meaning ‘wet one.’

Nero – Short form of Italian Raniero, meaning ‘wise warrior.’ Compare with another form of Nero.

Nestore – Italian form of Greek Nestor, meaning ‘homecoming.’

Nevio – Italian form of Roman Latin Naevius, meaning ‘spotted.’

Newall – The black color birth mark.

Niccolo – Victorious, conquerer of the people. Variant of Nicholas.

Niccolo – Italian form of Latin Nicolaus, meaning ‘victor of the people.’

Nico – Short form of Italian Niccolo, meaning ‘victor of the people.’

Nicodemo – Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Nicodemus, meaning ‘victory of the people.’

Nicola – Italian form of Latin Nicolaus, meaning ‘victor of the people.’

Nicolas – The victor of the multitude.

Nicoli – Victorious, conquerer of the people. Variant of Nicholas.

Nicolo – Victorious, conquerer of the people. Variant of Nicholas.

Nicolo – The name Nicolo is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘people of victory’.

Nicomedo – Italian form of Latin Nicomedes, meaning ‘victory-scheme.’

Nicostrato – Italian form of Latin Nicostratus, meaning ‘victory-army.’

Nino – The name Nino is a boy’s name of Italian origin, meaning God is gracious’.

Nuncio – Nuncio as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Nuncio is ‘messenger’.

Nunzio – Masculine form of Italian Nunzia, meaning ‘announces,’ referring to the Annunciation. Also a month name for March.

Italian boy names starting with O

Odoacer – The goddess person.

Oliviero – Italian variation of Oliver, origin meaning olive tree’.

Olivina – A reminder of olive

Onofre – Onofre as a boy’s name if of Italian and German origin meaning ‘defender of peace’.

Onofredo – Peaceful strength, variant of Humphrey

Onofredo – Italian variation of Humphrey, origin meaning peaceful warrior’.

Onofrio – Onofrio as a boy’s name is of Italian and German origin, and the meaning of Onofrio is ‘defender of peace’.

Onofrius – Onofrius as a boy’s name is related to the Italian and German name Onofrio. The meaning of Onofrius is ‘defender of peace’.

Onophrio – Onophrio as a boy’s name is related to the Italian and German name Onofrio. The meaning of Onophrio is ‘defender of peace’.

Oratio – Italian variation of Horace, origin meaning timekeeper’.

Orazio – Orazio as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Orazio is ‘prayer’.

Oreste – A huge rugged one

Orfeo – Italian form of Greek Orpheus, meaning either ‘deprived’ or ‘darkness.’

Orlando

Orlando – The name Orlando is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘famous throughout the land’.

Orsino – The name Orsino is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘bearlike’.

Orso – Italian form of Roman Latin Ursus, meaning ‘bear.’

Osvaldo – Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Osvaldus, meaning ‘divine power’ or ‘divine ruler.’

Otello – Italian variation of Otto, origin meaning wealthy’, ‘he has the sound of God’.

Ottaviano – Italian form of Roman Latin Octavianus, meaning ‘eighth.’

Ottavio – The name Ottavio is a boy’s name of Italian origin, meaning eighth’.

Ottone – Italian variation of Otto, origin meaning wealthy’.

Ovidio – Italian and Spanish form of Roman Latin Ovidius, meaning ‘sheep herder.’

Italian boy names starting with P

Palmiro – Italian name derived from Latin palma, meaning ‘palm tree.’ This name is sometimes given to babies born on Palm Sunday.

Pancrazio – Italian form of Latin Pancratius, meaning ‘all power.’

Panfilo – Italian form of Latin Pamphilus, meaning ‘friend of all.’

Pantaleone – Italian form of Latin Pantaleon, meaning ‘all-merciful.’

Paolino – Italian form of Roman Latin Paulinus, meaning ‘small.’

Paolo – The name Paolo is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘small’.

Papa – A name given to the father or pope

Paride – Italian form of Greek Paris, probably meaning ‘wager.’

Pascal – A person with idealistic and sensitive nature

Pascual

Pasqual – Catalan form of Spanish name Pascual, A Venetian variant of Italian name Pasquale, A name relating to Easter, Born on Passover day

Pasquale

Pasquale – Variant of French name Pascal, Derived from the Latin Paschalis meaning relating to Easter, Born on Passover Day

Pasqualino – Pet form of Italian Pasquale, meaning ‘Passover, Easter.’

Patrizio

Patrizio – Italian form of Latin Patricius, meaning ‘patrician, of noble descent.’

Paulu – Sicilian variant of Paul, meaning small or humble.

Pellegrino – The name Pellegrino is a boy’s name of Italian origin, meaning traveler, pilgrim’.

Pepe – Diminutive form of Italian Giuseppe, meaning ‘(God) shall add (another son).’ Compare with another form of Pepe.

Peppino – Italian form of Joseph He adds

Peppino – Joseph, one who can add

Pero – Rock

Petro – They are impressive and clear sighted individual

Piccolo – One who is small, sweet flute

Pie – Rock

Pierluigi – The name Pierluigi is a boy’s name of Italian origin, meaning renowned warrior’.

Piero – The name Piero is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘rock’.

Piers – Rock

Pietro – The name Pietro is a boy’s name of Italian origin, meaning rock’.

Pino – Italian and Spanish name derived from the word pino, meaning ‘pine tree.’

Pio – Pious

Pio – Italian and Portuguese form of Latin Pius, meaning ‘pious.’

Piotr – Rock

Pippino – Italian form of Joseph He adds

Placido – The name Placido is a boy’s name of Spanish, Italian origin meaning ‘serene’.

Plinio – Italian form of Roman Plinius, of unknown meaning. In use by the Portuguese and Spanish.

Plucca – From the name Lucca, means one who is full of light

Po

Poldi – Pet form of Italian Leopoldo, meaning ‘people-bold.’ Compare with another form of Poldi.

Pompeo – Italian form of Roman Latin Pompeius, possibly meaning ‘display, solemn procession.’

Ponzio – Italian form of Roman Latin Pontius, meaning ‘of the sea, seaman.’

Porfirio – Italian and Spanish form of Greek Porphyrios, meaning ‘purple.’

Preemo – Preemo as a boy’s name is related to the Italian name Primo. The meaning of Preemo is ‘first’.

Premo – Premo as a boy’s name is related to the Italian name Primo. The meaning of Premo is ‘first’.

Prime – Prime as a boy’s name is related to the Italian name Primo. The meaning of Prime is ‘first’.

Primo – Primo as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Primo is ‘first’. From the word ‘primus’.

Proinsias – Italian – Frenchman, Free One, Proinsias is a form of the English Francis

Prospero – Italian and Spanish form of Latin Prosperus, meaning ‘fortunate, successful.’ Shakespeare used this name in his play ‘The Tempest.’

Prudenzio – Italian form of Latin Prudentius, meaning ‘cautious.’

Italian boy names starting with Q

Quirino – Italian form of Roman Latin Quirinus, meaning ‘men together.’

Italian boy names starting with R

Rafaele – The name Rafaele is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘God has healed’.

Rafaello – Italian version of the name Rafael, means healed by God

Raffaele – Italian form of Hebrew Rephael, meaning ‘healed of God’ or ‘whom God has healed.’

Raffaello – Italian form of Hebrew Rephael, meaning ‘healed of God’ or ‘whom God has healed.’

Raimondo – Italian form of Frankish German Raginmund, meaning ‘wise protector.’

Ranieri – Italian variation of Ragnar, origin meaning warrior or judgment’, ‘mighty army’.

Raniero – Italian form of German Reginar, meaning ‘wise warrior.’

Raphael

Raul – Italian and Portuguese form of German Radulf, meaning ‘wise wolf.’

Remigio – Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish form of Roman Latin Remigius, meaning ‘oarsman.’

Remo – Italian form of Roman Latin Remus, meaning ‘oar,’ but sometimes translated as ‘swift.’

Renato – The name Renato is a boy’s name of Spanish, Italian origin meaning ‘reborn’.

Renz – A Laurel, an award

Renzo

Renzo – Renzo as a boy’s name is pronounced REN-zoh. It is of Italian origin. Short form of Lorenzo. The Japanese name Renzo means ‘third link’ or ‘third son’.

Ric – A mighty, powerful and strong ruler of men

Ricardo – A King known for his might and strenght

Riccardo – Italian variation of Richard, origin meaning dominant ruler’, ‘dominant ruler’.

Ricci – Crinkly or curly

Ricciardo – Italian variation of Richard, origin meaning dominant ruler’, ‘dominant ruler’.

Ricco – Italian variation of Richard, origin meaning dominant ruler’, ‘dominant ruler’.

Rico – Short form of Italian Enrico, meaning ‘home-ruler.’ Compare with another form of Rico.

Rin – A cold, severe and dignified person

Rinaldo

Rinaldo – Italian variation of Reginald, origin meaning counsel power’, ‘counsel-power’.

Rino – Short form of Italian names ending with -rino.

Rizzo – One with curly hair

Roberto – The name Roberto is a boy’s name of Spanish, Italian, Portuguese origin, meaning bright fame’.

Rocco – Rock

Rocco – Rocco as a boy’s name is of German and Italian origin, and the meaning of Rocco is ‘rest’.

Roch – Roch as a boy’s name is of German and Italian origin, and the meaning of Roch is ‘rest’.

Roche – Roche as a boy’s name is related to the German and Italian name Rocco. The meaning of Roche is ‘rest’.

Rochus – Rochus, a variant of the German and Italian name Rocco, is a boy’s name meaning ‘rest’.

Rocko – Rocko as a boy’s name is related to the German and Italian name Rocco. The meaning of Rocko is ‘rest’.

Rocky – The name Rocky is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘rest’.

Roco – To be resting

Rodolfo – Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Rudolphus, meaning ‘famous wolf.’

Rogero – Famous with a spear

Rolando – The name Rolando is a boy’s name of Spanish, Italian, Portuguese origin.

Roma – Latin – Man from Rome, Roman.

Romano – Italian variation of Roman, origin meaning citizen of Rome’, ‘citizen of Rome’.

Romare – A person who is from Rome

Romario – One who is a pilgrim ro Rome

Rome – This location name is in honor of the capital city of Italy.

Romeao – One who comes from the ancient city of Rome

Romelo – This Italian variation of the Latin ‘Romulus’ means a citizen of Rome.

Romeo

Romeo – Even though the name comes from the most famous ill-fated couple in literature, Romeo is what you call a man who’s a serial flirt. Those associations might have been enough to keep him permanently off the baby-name popularity chart, but then in 1996, a modern version of “Romeo and Juliet” starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes came out in the US, and the name became a favorite. When David and Victoria Beckham named their second son Romeo, that sealed the deal.

Romolo – Italian form of Latin Romulus, meaning ‘from Rome.’

Romon – A Boy whose home is Rome

Romy – A person from Rome, or can also mean Rosemary

Roque – Roque as a boy’s name is related to the German and Italian name Rocco and the English name Rocky. The meaning of Roque is ‘rest’.

Roreto – The name Roreto is a boy’s name of Italian origin.

Rosario – A young man of the rosary

Rossano – A man who brings the dawn’s light

Rudolpho – Italian variation of Rudolph, origin meaning famous wolf’.

Rufino – Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Latin Rufinus, meaning ‘red-haired.’

Ruggero – Italian variation of Roger, origin meaning famous warrior’.

Ruggiero – Italian variation of Rogelio, origin meaning famous spearman’, ‘famous warrior’.

Rupert – Form of ROBERT. bright fame

Ruperto – Italian variation of Robert, origin meaning bright fame’, ‘bright fame’.

Russo – A traditional Sicilian surname, means a red one

Italian boy names starting with S

Sabato – Italian good omen name bestowed on one who was ‘born on Saturday (the Sabbath).’

Sabino – Italian form of Roman Latin Sabinus, meaning ‘Sabine, a follower of another religion.’

Sal – One who is a savior

Salamone – Italian variation of Solomon, origin meaning peace’.

Salomone – Italian name meaning peacekeeper

Salvatore – Savior

Salvatore – The name Salvatore is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘savior’.

Salvatorio – Savior

Salvatorio – Italian variation of Salvador, origin meaning savior’, ‘savior’.

Salvio – Italian variation of Sage, origin meaning wise and knowing’.

Samuel – It was told by the God

Samuele – Italian form of Greek Samouel, meaning ‘heard of God,’ ‘his name is El,’ or ‘name of God.’

Samuell – You were heard by the God

Sandrino – Defender of the people

Sandro – Italian variation of Alexander, origin meaning defending men’, ‘defending men’.

Sansone – The name Sansone is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘sun’.

Santino – Little saint

Santino – The name Santino is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘little saint’.

Santo – Sacred, holy, saint

Santo – The name Santo is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘saint, holy’.

Santonio – Italian name meaning priceless

Sanzio – Italian variation of Santos, origin meaning saint, holy’.

Saturnino – Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Latin Saturninus, possibly meaning ‘to sow.’

Saverio – Italian form of Basque Xavier, meaning ‘a new house.’

Savino – Of the Sabines.

Savino – Italian form of Roman Latin Sabinus, meaning ‘Sabine, a follower of another religion.’

Savio – Italian name meaning ‘clever.’

Scevola – Italian form of Roman Latin Sc?vola, meaning ‘left-handed.’

Sebastiano – Italian form of Latin Sebastianus, meaning ‘from Sebaste.’

Secondo – Secondo as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Secondo is ‘second son’.

Sekla – Occupational name for a mender of saddles, saddler

Serafino – Italian form of Latin Seraphinus, meaning ‘burning one’ or ‘serpent.’

Sergio – Attendant

Sergio – Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Sergius, possibly meaning ‘sergeant.’

Serjio – Attendant

Servio – Attendant

Sesto – Italian variation of Sextus, origin meaning sixth born’.

Settimio – Italian form of Roman Latin Septimus, meaning ‘seventh.’

Severiano – Italian and Spanish form of Roman Latin Severianus, meaning ‘stern.’

Severin – Austere or grim

Severino – Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Latin Severinus, meaning ‘stern.’

Severo – The name Severo is a boy’s name of Italian origin, meaning stern’.

Sienna – Reddish brown

Sigefriedo – Italian variation of Siegfried, origin meaning victorious peace’.

Sigismondo – One who is a victorious defender

Silvano – The name Silvano is a boy’s name of Spanish, Italian, Latin origin meaning ‘wood, forest’.

Silvestro – Italian variation of Sylvester, origin meaning wood, forest’.

Silvia – Wooded, forest

Silvino – He is a man from the forest

Silvio – Of the forest, referring to the Roman god of trees

Silvio – The name Silvio is a boy’s name of Spanish, Italian, Portuguese origin meaning ‘wood, forest’.

Simone – One who is heard. A French and English girl name, while its used as a male name in Italy

Sisto – Italian variation of Sextus, origin meaning sixth born’.

Socca – A food name, a kind of a pancake

Soren – Austere, severe or grim

Stefano

Stefano – The name Stefano is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘garland, crown’.

Stephano

Stephano – He wears a crown

Sylvain – He who is a man of the forest

Italian boy names starting with T

Tacito – Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Tacitus, meaning ‘mute, silent.’

Taddeo – The name Taddeo is a boy’s name of Spanish, Italian origin meaning ‘gift of God’.

Taivan – Foreigner, one who stays in someone else’s country or land

Tammaro – Italian name derived from the byname tamarri, for low-class people who imitate the manners of the higher class, of Germanic origin, composed of the elements thank ‘thought’ and mar ‘fame,’ hence ‘thinks of being famous.’

Tancredo – The name Tancredo is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘thoughtful counsel’.

Tasha – Christ’s birthday

Tasso – Tasso as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Tasso is ‘cup’.

Tatuini – One who is corrupted

Tempo – Tempo as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Tempo is ‘time’.

Teobaldo – Basque, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Theobaldus, meaning ‘people-bold.’

Teodoro

Teodoro – Italian and Spanish form of Latin Theodorus, meaning ‘gift of God.’

Teodosio – Italian and Spanish form of Latin Theodosius, meaning ‘god-giving.’

Teofilo – Italian form of Latin Theophilus, meaning ‘friend of God.’

Terancio – Italian variation of Terence.

Terenciano – Italian variation of Terence.

Terenzio – Italian form of Latin Terentius, possibly meaning ‘rub, turn, twist.’

Terzo – Italian variation of the name Tertius, means third

Tessa – Harvester

Thadeo – Italian variation of Tad.

Thomaso – He who has a twin

Thorello – Italian name derived from the word torello, meaning ‘young bull.’

Tiberio – God is good

Tiernay – From the Tibet River

Timeo – The name Timeo is a boy’s name of Italian, Greek origin meaning ‘honor’.

Timoteo – Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Timotheus, meaning ‘to honor God.’

Tino – Short form of Italian names ending with the diminutive suffix -tino, meaning ‘little, small.’

Tito – Italian and Spanish form of Roman Latin Titus, meaning ‘fire, to burn’ or ‘straining.’

Tiziano – Italian variation of Titus, origin meaning title of honour’.

Tobia – The Lord is good

Tolliver – A fierce fighter or one who cut metals

Toma – Romanian form of Tomas, meaning twin.

Tomaso – The twin baby, one of twin

Tomasso – The name Tomasso is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘twin’.

Tommaso – The name Tommaso is a boy’s name of Italian origin, meaning twin’.

Tonino – One whose price is never estimated

Tonio – Pet form of Italian/Spanish Antonio, possibly meaning ‘invaluable.’

Toppa – A keyhole or a patch

Tore – Italian short form of Latin Salvatore, meaning ‘savior.’ Compare with another form of Tore.

Toti – The Gifts from the God

Totie – The blessings from the God

Tripada – One who sings musical trills, a soft hat, Early editions of George Du Maurier”s novel Trilby showed a character wearing a felt hat with a narrow brim. The runaway success of the novel and stage production of the story created an immediate demand for the hat.

Tristano – Italian variation of Tristan, origin meaning noise or sorrowful’.

Tulliu – A form of Tullius. It was the name of a famous king.

Italian boy names starting with U

Ubert – Italian variation of Hubert, origin meaning bright, shining intellect’.

Uberto – Italian variation of Hubert, origin meaning bright, shining intellect’, ‘renowned warrior’.

Udalrico – Variant spelling of Italian Ulderico, meaning ‘merciful ruler.’

Ugo – Ugo as a boy’s name is pronounced YOO-goh1. It is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Ugo is ‘a thinker’.

Ulderico – Italian form of Germanic Hulderich, meaning ‘merciful ruler.’

Ulisse – Italian form of Latin Ulixes, probably meaning ‘to be angry, to hate.’

Ulrico – Italian variation of Ulric, origin meaning wealthy, powerful ruler’.

Umberto – The name Umberto is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘renowned warrior’.

Umfredo – Italian form of Latin Humfridus, meaning ‘giant peace.’

Urbano – Italian and Spanish form of Roman Latin Urbanus, meaning ‘of the city.’

Ursel – Ursel as a boy’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘bear’.

Ursino – Ursino as a boy’s name is of Latin origin meaning ‘bear’.

Ursins – Ursins as a boy’s name is related to the Italian name Urso. The meaning of Ursins is ‘bear’.

Ursinus – Ursinus as a boy’s name is related to the Latin name Urso. The meaning of Ursinus is ‘bear’.

Urso – Urso as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Urso is ‘bear’.

Ursus – Ursus as a boy’s name is related to the Italian name Urso. The meaning of Ursus is ‘bear’.

Italian boy names starting with V

Valentino – Italian form of Latin Valentinus, meaning ‘healthy, strong.’

Valentio – Italian variation of Valentine, origin meaning strength, health’.

Valeriano – Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Latin Valerianus, meaning ‘to be healthy, to be strong.’

Valerio – Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Roman Latin Valerius, meaning ‘to be healthy, to be strong.’

Valerius – Strong, valiant.

Vali

Vanni – Short form of Italian Giovanni, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Vegliantino

Venceslao – Italian form of Middle Latin Venceslaus, meaning ‘more glory.’

Venetziano – Venetziano as a boy’s name is related to the Italian name Venezio. The meaning of Venetziano is ‘Venice’.

Veneziano – Veneziano as a boy’s name is related to the Italian name Venezio. The meaning of Veneziano is ‘Venice’.

Venezio – Venezio as a boy’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Venezio is ‘Venice’.

Ventura – Good luck or fortunate

Verdi

Vesuvio – Vesuvio as a boy’s name is of Italian origin. Place name: a large, active volcano near Naples.

Vicencio – Conquerer

Vicenzo – Contracted form of Italian Vincenzo, meaning ‘conquering.’

Vicenzu – A variant of Vincentius. It means to conquer.

Vico – Pet form of Italian Vicenzo, meaning ‘conqueror.’

Vincente – Italian form of Latin Vincentius, meaning ‘conquering.’

Vincentius – To conquer

Vincenzio – Italian variation of Vincent, origin meaning conquering’.

Vincenzo – Italian form of Latin Vincentius, meaning ‘conquering.’

Vinicio – Italian and Spanish form of Roman Latin Vinicius, meaning ‘vine.’

Vinn – Victor

Vinzens – Conquerer

Virgilio – Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of Latin Virgilius, possibly meaning ‘flourishing.’

Vishnu

Vitale – Italian form of Roman Latin Vitalis, meaning ‘of life, vital.’

Vito – Italian and Spanish form of Roman Latin Vitus, meaning ‘life.’

Vittore – Italian form of Roman Latin Victor, meaning ‘conqueror.’

Vittorino – Italian form of Roman Latin Victorinus, meaning ‘conqueror.’

Vittorio – The name Vittorio is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘conqueror’.

Vitus – The name Vitus is a boy’s name of French, Italian origin meaning ‘life’.

Vivaldo – The name Vivaldo is a boy’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘who dominates the will’.

Italian boy names starting with W

Wojciech – He who is happy in battle

Italian boy names starting with X

Xaviero – Italian form of Basque Xavier, meaning ‘a new house.’

Italian boy names starting with Y

Yovanney – Yovanney as a boy’s name is related to the Italian and Hebrew name Yovanny. The meaning of Yovanney is ‘God is gracious’.

Yovanni – Yovanni as a boy’s name is related to the Italian and Hebrew name Yovanny. The meaning of Yovanni is ‘God is gracious’.

Yovanny – Yovanny as a boy’s name is of Italian and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Yovanny is ‘God is gracious’.

Ysgawyn – Italian form of Isabel conseacrated to God