Italian girl names

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Italian girl names starting with A

Abelie – Italian form of Latin Abelia, the name of a genus of ‘honeysuckle.’

Aberesh – Derived from medieval form of Albanian in southern Italy communities

Abra

Abree

Abri

Abriana

Abriana – The name Abriana is a girl’s name of Hebrew, Italian origin meaning ‘father of multitudes’.

Abrienne

Adalgisa – Noble hostage

Adalina – Variant spelling of Italian/Spanish Adelina, meaning ‘little noble.’

Addolorata – Addolorata is an unpopular girl’s name.

Adele – A short form of adelaide

Adelina – Italian and Spanish diminutive form of Latin Adela, meaning ‘little noble.’ Compare with another form of Adelina.

Adona – Feminine form of Italian Adone, meaning ‘my lord.’

Adriana

Adriana – Feminine form of Latin Adrianus, Spanish Adrian, and Italian Adriano, all meaning ‘from Hadria.’

Adrina – A short form of adriana

Aelda – A warrior, one who fights war

Agata

Agata – Italian and Spanish form of Latin Agatha, meaning ‘good.’ Compare with another form of Agata.

Agnella – Italian variation of Agnes, origin meaning pure, virginal’.

Agnesca – Italian variation of Agnes, origin meaning pure, virginal’.

Agnese

Agnese – Italian and Latvian form of Greek Hagne, meaning ‘chaste, holy.’

Agnesina – Italian variation of Agnes, origin meaning pure, virginal’.

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

Agnolla – Agnolla as a girl’s name is related to the Italian name Agnola. The meaning of Agnolla is ‘angel’.

Agnolle – Agnolle as a girl’s name is related to the Italian name Agnola. The meaning of Agnolle is ‘angel’.

Agostina – Feminine form of Italian Agostino, meaning ‘venerable.’

Agostino – Venerated

Aida – Reward, happy, helper, Aida is one who brings benefits and advantages, and was the Prophet Mohammed”s favorite wife. Verdi”s opera bears the same name and is an epic classic tale of love, loyalty, betrayal and courage. It tells of the love triangle between Aida, Amneris, and the soldier they both love.

Aida – Something of value given in return of some thing good, Reward in some cases it means return

Alba – Italian and Spanish name meaning ‘dawn.’

Alberta – Feminine form of Italian Alberto, meaning ‘bright nobility.’ Compare with another form of Alberta.

Albertina – Diminutive form of Italian Alberta, meaning ‘bright nobility.’

Albinia – White

Alcee – In literature, Alcine is a mistress of alluring enchantments and sensual pleasures in the Orlando poems.

Alcina – A sorceress who rules over a magical, strongwilled

Alda

Alda – Feminine form of Italian Aldo, meaning ‘noble.’

Aldina – Old friend who deserves best in life

Alegra – Cheerful, lively

Alessa – Pet form of Italian Alessandra, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Alessandra – Defender of mankind, feminine form of Alexander

Alessandra – Feminine form of Italian Alessandro, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Alessia

Alessia – The name Alessia is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘defending warrior’.

Aletta – Winged

Alexandra – Defender of mankind, feminine form of Alexander

Alfonsina – Italian feminine form of Italian/Spanish Alfonso, meaning ‘noble and ready.’

Alice – Truth, gracious, reality

Allegra – Allegra as a girl’s name is pronounced ah-LAY-grah. It is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Allegra is ‘gay and jaunty’.

Allegretta – Allegretta as a girl’s name is related to the Italian name Allegra. The meaning of Allegretta is ‘gay and jaunty’.

Allegria – Variant spelling of Italian Allegra, meaning ‘cheerful and lively.’

Allegro – Brisk, sprightly, has a great sense of humour

Alma – Caring, fostering

Aloe – Aloe as a girl’s name. Plant name: the aloe plant grows in hot climates, and its sap is widely considered to have healing qualities.

Alonza – Prompt and practical leadership qualities in personal and professional dealings.

Alvara – Alvara as a girl’s name is pronounced AL-vah-rah. It is of Italian and Old English origin, and the meaning of Alvara is ‘elf warrior’.

Amadea – The name Amadea is a girl’s name of Italian, Latin origin meaning ‘God’s beloved’.

Amadora – Amadora as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Amadora is ‘gift of love’. Amadora is a variant of the Italian name Amadore.

Amalea – Hard working

Amalfey – Amalfey as a girl’s name is a variant of Amalfi. Amalfey’s origin and meaning are unknown.

Amalfi – Amalfi as a girl’s name. Place name: Italian town and part of coastline overlooking the Gulf of Salerno.

Amalia – Industrious, hard working, the original form of Emily.

Amalia – The name Amalia is a girl’s name of Hebrew, German, Italian origin meaning ‘work’.

Amanda – One who deserves love

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

Amara – The name Amara is a girl’s name of Italian, Greek, African origin meaning ‘grace or bitter’.

Amaranta – The name Amaranta is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian origin meaning ‘unfading’.

Amata – The one meant for love and is immortal just like state of nirvana experienced by Buddha

Ambra – Arabic – Amber, A precious Jewel, A Jewel quality fossilized Resin, Ruler Of The Jewels

Amedea – The name Amedea is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘lover of God’.

Amelda – Amelda as a girl’s name is of Old German and Italian origin, and the meaning of Amelda is ‘universal battle’. Amelda is a variant of the Old German and Italian name Imelda.

Ameriga – Ameriga is an unpopular girl’s name.

Amidala – The name Amidala is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘beautiful flower’.

Anabella – This melodic Italian name means graceful and beautiful.

Anabelle – Derived from the Italian meaning ‘gracefully beautiful’, this name is a variation of the name ‘Annabella’

Analia – A combination of name Ana and Lia, A variant transcription is Analiyah

Anastasia – Resurrection

Andrea – Feminine of Andrew, a defender of mankind who is manly and strong

Andreana – Manly

Andreina – Feminine form of Italian Andrea, meaning ‘man, warrior.’

Anete – Old Greek – Pure, Chaste, Holy, Pious, Kind, Good, A varaition of Agnes, Celtic – Hunger, Lamb, One

Angela

Angela – The name Angela is a girl’s name of German, Italian, Greek origin meaning ‘angel’.

Angelia

Angelica – The name Angelica is a girl’s name of Italian, Polish, Russian origin meaning ‘angel or angelic’.

Angelina – The name Angelina is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian, Greek origin meaning ‘angel’.

Angelita – Angels of God

Angiola – Feminine form of Italian Angiolo, meaning ‘angel, messenger.’

Angioletta – Pet form of Italian Angiola, meaning ‘little angel/messenger.’

Angélique – Angelic

Aninata – Graceful young girl

Anjelica – Variant spelling of Italian Angelica, meaning ‘angelic.’

Anji – They are happy, sensitive and are like angels

Anna – Grace

Annabel – Meaning ‘graceful’ and ‘beautiful’, a variant of Annabella.

Annabell – Derived from Italian, meaning ‘gracefully beautiful’.

Annabella – Annabella was originally an Italian name that means ‘gracefully beautiful’. The name is also a combination of Anna and Bella

Annabelle – Italian meaning ‘gracefully’, ‘beautiful’. Edgar Allan Poe wrote a poem called ‘Annabelle Lee’.

Annalisa – Italian compound name composed of Latin Anna ‘favor, grace,’ and Lisa ‘God is my oath.’ Compare with another form of Annalisa.

Annamaria – Bitter grace

Annetta – Italian diminutive form of Latin Anna, meaning ‘favor, grace.’

Annunciata – Annunciata as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Annunciata is ‘announcement, notice’.

Annunziata – Italian name meaning ‘announces,’ referring to the Annunciation. Sometimes considered a month name for March.

Annunziate – Annunziate as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Annunziate is ‘announcement or notice’. Annunziate is a variant of the Italian name Annunciata.

Annuziata – Feast of the Annunciation

Anonciada – Anonciada as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Anonciada is ‘announcement or notice’. Anonciada is a variant of the Italian name Annunciata.

Antonella

Antonella – Priceless, Invaluable, Praiseworthy, Inestimable, A variant form of name Antonia, Female Version of Anthony.

Antonia – Priceless

Antonia – (Bulgarian: Антония): Feminine form of Roman Latin Antonius, possibly meaning ‘invaluable.’ In use by the English, Italians and Spanish. Compare with another form of Antonia.

Antonietta – Priceless

Antonietta – Diminutive form of Latin Antonia, possibly meaning ‘invaluable.’ In use by the Italians and Spanish.

Anunciacion – Anunciacion as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Anunciacion is ‘announcement or notice’. Anunciacion is a variant of the Italian name Annunciata.

Anunciata – Anunciata as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Anunciata is ‘announcement or notice’. Anunciata is a variant of the Italian name Annunciata.

Anunziata – Anunziata as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Anunziata is ‘announcement or notice’. Anunziata is a variant of the Italian name Annunciata.

Anzia – Begin at, One Armed

Arabella – Italian name meaning ‘answered prayer.’ Compare with another form of Arabella.

Areanna – The one who is holy and pure

Aria – Melody, generally referring to an elaborately done and beautiful song sung by a soloist in an opera

Aria – The name Aria is a girl’s name of Hebrew, Italian origin meaning ‘air, song or melody’.

Ariana – The name Ariana is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘most holy’.

Arianna – Latin – Women from Hadria, Dark One, Old Greek – Very Holy Woman, A derivative of Adriana

Armani – Fashionistas around the world adore designer goods, so naming their precious child after a high-end clothing brand is a good fit. Boys and girls named Armani will be in solidarity with all the baby Guccis and Chanels whose parents appreciate luxury brands. In the 1990s, acclaimed Italian designer Giorgio Armani became popular for his clothing and accessories in the US, and that’s when American parents took the name all the way to the baby charts, where it remains.

Armida – Unknown

Armina – The name Armina is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘army man’.

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

Aryana – The name Aryana is a girl’s name of Italian origin.

Aryanna – The name Aryanna is a girl’s name of Italian origin.

Asia – Daughter of Oceanus and Tethys

Assisi – The name Assisi is a girl’s name of Italian origin.

Assunda – Italaian version of Susan

Assunta – Italian form of Spanish Asuncion, meaning ‘assumption.’

Audenzia – Feminine version of Audenzio, meaning one who dares or one is who is fearless.

Augusta – Exalted

Aurelia – Golden

Aurora – A Roman Goddess, wonderful dawn and breezy

Avellina – Avellina is an unpopular girl’s name.

Avena – Oatmeal, the one who grows grains

Azzurra – Italian equivalent of English Azure, meaning ‘sky blue.’

Italian girl names starting with B

Balbina

Bambalina – Bambalina as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Bambalina is ‘young girl’. Bambalina is a variant of the Italian name Bambi.

Bambi – Pet name for Bambino, meaning little child, Bambi is the fawn of Walt Disney”s famous children”s storybook and movie.

Bambi – Bambi as a girl’s name is pronounced BAM-bee. It is of Italian origin. Short for Bambina.

Bambie – Bambie as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Bambie is ‘young girl’. Bambie is a variant of the Italian name Bambi.

Bambina – Bambina as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Bambina is ‘young girl’. Bambina is a variant of the Italian name Bambi.

Bamby – Bamby as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Bamby is ‘young girl’. Bamby is a variant of the Italian name Bambi.

Baptiste – A baptizer

Barbara – Foreign or stranger

Barbarella – Italian variation of Barbara, origin meaning foreign woman’.

Batista – Italian variation of Baptista, origin meaning the baptized one’.

Battista – Baptizer, variant of Baptista

Beatrice

Beatrice – The name Beatrice is a girl’s name of Italian, Latin origin meaning ‘she who brings happiness, blessed’.

Belenda – Belenda as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Belenda is ‘beautiful’. Belenda is a variant of the Italian name Belinda.

Belinda – Bright Serpent

Belisencia – The sense of purity, whiteness

Bella – The name Bella is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘beautiful’.

Belladonna – Belladonna is an unpopular girl’s name.

Bellanca – Bellanca as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Bellanca is ‘blond’.

Bellance – White, strong, karmic or predestined, variant of Blanca, meaning white

Bellarosa – A beautiful rose

Bellefleur – A beautiful flower

Bellezza – The name Bellezza is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘beauty’.

Bellissa – Fair, lovely one.

Benedetta

Benedetta – Feminine form of Italian Benedetto, meaning ‘blessed.’

Benigna – Feminine form of Italian Benigno, meaning ‘kind.’

Beonca – Beonca as a girl’s name has Italian origins. The meaning of Beonca is ‘white, pure’. Is related to the name Bianca.

Beppina – God gives

Berenice – Bringing victory

Beretta – The name Beretta is a girl’s name of Italian origin.

Bernardetta – Italian variation of Bernadette, origin meaning brave as a bear’.

Bernece – Bringing victory

Berneece – Bringing victory

Berneta – Bringing victory

Bernetta – Bringing victory

Bernicah – Bringing victory

Bernyc – Bringing victory

Beronia – Italian variation of Bernice, origin meaning she who brings victory’.

Berta – Bright or illustrious

Bertina – Short form of Italian Albertina, meaning ‘bright nobility.’

Bertrona – Bertrona as a girl’s name is of Italian origin. Nickname of Berta.

Betina – A woman who finds God in her promise

Betony – A Victorian botanical name, the betony plant is also known as ‘woundwort’

Betta – The name Betta is a girl’s name of Hebrew, Italian origin meaning ‘pledged to God’.

Bettina – Pet form of Italian Benedetta, meaning ‘blessed.’ Compare with another form of Bettina.

Beyonca – Beyonca as a girl’s name has Italian origins. The meaning of Beyonca is ‘white, pure’. Is related to the name Bianca.

Bianca – White, shining, variant of Blanche

Bianca – Light, White, Shining, A Shakespearean baby name meaning Tragedy of Othello’ Mistress of Cassio

Biancha – Biancha as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Biancha is ‘white, pure’. Biancha is a variant of the Italian name Bianca.

Bianey – Bianey as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Bianey is ‘white and pure’. Bianey is a variant of the Italian name Bianca.

Bianka – White, shining. A variant of the French Blanche.

Bianka – Bianka as a girl’s name has Italian origins. The meaning of Bianka is ‘white, pure’. Is related to the name Bianca.

Bibiana – Italian and Spanish form of Roman Latin Viviana, meaning ‘alive.’

Bice – The name Bice is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘she who brings happiness’.

Bina – Melodious, nam for a classic musical instrument

Bionca – Bionca as a girl’s name has Italian origins. The meaning of Bionca is ‘white, pure’. Is related to the name Bianca.

Bionda – The name Bionda is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘blond’.

Bivatigirni – A woman who is a true and honest bauty

Blaca – A white and shining woman

Blanca – Blanca as a girl’s name is of Italian, Old French, and Old German origin, and the meaning of Blanca is ‘white and pure’. Blanca is a variant of the Italian names Bellanca and Bianca (Italian) and the Old French and Old German name Blanche.

Blancha – Blancha as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Blancha is ‘white and pure’. Blancha is a variant of the Italian name Bianca.

Bobina – A little flame that burns brightly

Bobine – She who is like a bright flame

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

Bona – A woman who acts in a good manner

Bonfilia – Bonfilia as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Bonfilia is ‘good daughter’.

Brandi

Brandi – Warm and comforting, a Brandi enjoys being with people.

Brandy – Brandy as a girl’s name is pronounced BRAN-dee. It is of English origin. The name of the distilled wine, which comes from the Dutch term ‘brandewijn’, used as a given name. Brandi is also an Italian surname form of Brand, meaning ‘sword’.

Bria – The name Bria is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘vigour, liveliness’.

Brigida – Italian variation of Bridget, origin meaning strength or exalted one’.

Brio

Bruna – The name Bruna is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘brown’.

Brune – Italian variation of Bruna, origin meaning brown’.

Brunetta – Italian variation of Bruna, origin meaning brown’.

Brunilda – Italian and Spanish form of Old Norse Brynhildr, meaning ‘armored warrior woman.’

Buona – The name Buona is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘good’.

Byanca – White, shining, variant of the French name Blanche

Byanca – Byanca as a girl’s name has Italian origins. The meaning of Byanca is ‘white, pure’. Is related to the name Bianca.

Byna – A name means sabine

Byni – A Roman cognomen meaning Sabine

Italian girl names starting with C

Cachele – Ewe

Cachelle – Ewe

Cadenza – Rhythmic

Cadenza – The name Cadenza is a girl’s name of Italian origin.

Caelia – One who is Heavenly

Caerda – An Italian surname from Venice

Caira – Beloved

Calandra – Italian surname transferred to forename use, meaning ‘skylark.’ This name may have originally been a byname for someone with a good singing voice.

Calcedonia – Feminine form of Calcedonio, meaning from Chaldedon.

Callisto – She is the most beautiful one

Calogera – Feminine form of Italian Calogero, meaning ‘beautiful elder.’

Calogira – Sicilian form of Calogera. It means old man or elder.

Calvina – Feminine form of of Italian Calvino, meaning ‘little bald one.’

Camellia – She is like a Camelia flower

Cameo – Cameo as a girl’s name is pronounced KAM-ee-0. It is of Italian and Middle French origin, and the meaning of Cameo is ‘skin’.

Camila – She attends ceremonials

Camilla – A woman of unblemished character

Camillo – Attendant

Cammeo – Cammeo as a girl’s name is of Italian and Middle French origin, and the meaning of Cammeo is ‘skin’.

Cammie – She is a flower

Campana – The name Campana is a girl’s name of Italian, Latin origin meaning ‘bell ringer’.

Candia – She glows white

Canntara – Sing

Canta – A beautiful song

Cantara – One who comes from the small bridge

Cantella – Sing

Capree – Capree as a girl’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘whimsical or playful’.

Capreece – Capreece as a girl’s name is of English, French, and Italian origin meaning ‘whimsical or playful’.

Capri – Capri as a girl’s name is of Italian origin. Name of the Italian island famous for its beauty. A modern name.

Capriana – Capriana as a girl’s name is of English, French, and Italian origin meaning ‘whimsical or playful’.

Caprice – Fanciful, whimsical, derived from the Italian word capriccio

Caprice – Caprice as a girl’s name is pronounced ka-PREESE. It is of English, French and Italian origin, and the meaning of Caprice is ‘whimsical, playful’.

Capricia – Capricia as a girl’s name is of English, French, and Italian origin meaning ‘whimsical or playful’.

Caprie – Whimsical

Caprise – Caprise as a girl’s name is of English, French, and Italian origin meaning ‘whimsical or playful’.

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

Cara – Beloved, darling

Cara – This name means ‘dear and beloved’.

Carabel – Carabel as a girl’s name is of Italian, Irish, Gaelic, and Hebrew origin meaning ‘beloved or friend’.

Carabell – Carabell as a girl’s name is of Italian, Irish, Gaelic, and Hebrew origin meaning ‘beloved or God’s promise’.

Carabelle – Carabelle as a girl’s name is pronounced KAR-ah-BELL. It is of Italian, Irish, Gaelic and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Carabelle is ‘beloved, friend, God’s promise’.

Carana – A beloved dear one

Caranah – Beloved

Carena – Beloved

Cariana – A little darling one

Carina – Little darling

Carina – The name Carina is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘dear little one’.

Carinah – Beloved

Carino – Pretty, cute

Carissima – The most dear woman

Carita – A beloved, dear, deeply cared for woman

Carla – Feminine form of Italian Carlo, meaning ‘man.’ Compare with another form of Carla.

Carlita – Feminine form of Italian Carlo, meaning ‘man.’

Carlla – She is a very dear girl

Carlota – Carlota as a girl’s name is a variant of Carlotta (Italian), Carol (Old German), Caroline (Old German) and Charlotte (Old German), and the meaning of Carlota is ‘free man’.

Carlotta – Carlotta as a girl’s name is pronounced kar-LAH-tah. It is of Italian origin.

Carmela

Carmela – The name Carmela is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘garden’.

Carmelina

Carmelina – Garden or vineyard

Carmeline

Caro – A female who is manly strong

Carola – She is strong like a Boy

Carolina – A song of joy and happiness

Carolinne – A woman who is like a happy song

Carra – Derived from Italian origin meaning ‘dear, beloved’ it is a variation of the English, Italian and German Cara.

Carrabelle – Carrabelle as a girl’s name is of Italian, Irish, Gaelic, and Hebrew origin meaning ‘beloved or friend’.

Carrianna – A dear noble wife

Carrina – A little darling

Cassandra – Shine upon mankind

Catalda – A variant of Catalda, meaning old.

Catarina – Unsullied and genuine woman

Catena – It’s derived from Italian word catena, meaning chain.

Caterina – Pure

Caterina – The name Caterina is a girl’s name of Italian origin, meaning pure’.

Caterine – She is an unsillied and innocent woman

Catheren – Pure

Catrice – She is the one that is pure and chaste

Cattia – One pure and chaste girl

Cecca – She was born a free person

Cecilia – Dim sighted or blind

Celeste – Sublime

Celestina – The name Celestina is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian origin meaning ‘heavenly’.

Celia – Italian form of Latin C?lia, probably meaning ‘heaven.’ Compare with another form of Celia.

Celinka – Italian variation of Selena, origin meaning moon goddess’, ‘heavenly’.

Cella – Short form of Marcella

Cellina – A heavenly body

Cena – Mud, also a follower of Neith

Cerelia – The fertile one

Cesarina – Feminine form of Italian Cesarino, meaning ‘severed.’

Cesca – A blind one, a talented musician

Cettina – Short form of the name Concettina. It means conception.

Chezarina – Another name of name Cesar

Chianti – Red wine

Chiara – Light, bright, famous

Chiara – The Italian form of the name Clara, meaning ‘bright’, ‘famous’ and ‘clear’.

Chiarina – Italian variation of Claire, origin meaning bright, clear’.

Chipriana – Chipriana as a girl’s name is a variant of Cipriana (Italian), and the meaning of Chipriana is ‘from Cyprus’.

Chiprianna – Chiprianna as a girl’s name is a variant of Cipriana (Italian), and the meaning of Chiprianna is ‘from Cyprus’.

Ciana

Ciana – Ciana as a girl’s name is pronounced see-AHN-ah, chee-AHN-ah. It is of Italian and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Ciana is ‘God is gracious’.

Ciandra – Ciandra as a girl’s name is of Italian and Hebrew origin meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Cianna – Cianna as a girl’s name is of Italian and Hebrew origin meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Cielo – Heaven, the abode of God

Cienna – One who is from the land of Siena

Cinetta – Cinetta is used as a girl’s name of Italian and Hebrew origin meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Cinzia – Italian variation of Cynthia, origin meaning moon goddess or, woman from Kynthos’.

Cipriana – Cipriana as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Cipriana is ‘from Cyprus’.

Cipriane – Cipriane as a girl’s name is a variant of Cipriana (Italian), and the meaning of Cipriane is ‘from Cyprus’.

Ciprianna – Ciprianna as a girl’s name is a variant of Cipriana (Italian), and the meaning of Ciprianna is ‘from Cyprus’.

Cira – The sun, the source of energy for mankind

Cirocco – Cirocco is a boy or girl’s name meaning ‘warm wind’ that derives from the Italian or Arabic name Scirocco.

Clara – Feminine form of Latin Clarus, meaning ‘clear, bright.’ In use by the English and Italians.

Claretta – Italian variation of Claire, origin meaning bright, clear’.

Clarice – The name Clarice is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘bright, clear’.

Clarina – Italian variation of Claire, origin meaning bright, clear’, ‘bright, clear’.

Clarissa

Clarissa – Bright and clear

Claudia – Feeble woman

Claudina – Something that is feeble, lame

Clementina – Feminine derivative of ‘Clement’, meaning gentle, soft and pleasant

Clorinda – In Greek, the meaning of this name is greenery, or a place filled with vegetation and plants

Coco – Originally from the Italian occupational name for a ‘cook,’ it is now in continental use as a pet form of longer names beginning with Co-.

Colombina – Feminine form of Italian Colombano, meaning ‘dove.’

Como

Concetta – A reference to Immaculate Conception of Mother Mary in her mother’s womb

Concettina – Italian variation of Constance, origin meaning steadfastness’, ‘pure’.

Conchetta – Immaculate conception

Concilia – Concilia is an unpopular girl’s name.

Condoleeza – Condoleeza is an unpopular girl’s name.

Consolata – The act of consolation, to give solace to a person who is passing through a hard time

Constantia

Constantia – Italian variation of Constance, origin meaning steadfastness’.

Constantina

Constantina – Continuous, abiding, and constant, does not change

Constanza – Contsant or steadfast

Contessa – Royalty, hailing from a royal bloodline

Coppa – A golden coup, a reward

Corda – One who makes strings and chords, a regular wearer of ribbons and ties

Coretta – Coretta as a girl’s name. Elaborated form of Cora, using the -etta ending.

Cornelia – Horn

Cosetta – Italian variation of Cosette, origin meaning little thing’.

Cosima – Feminine form of Italian Cosimo, meaning ‘order, beauty.’

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

Cristiana – Feminine form of Italian Cristiano, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Cristina – The name Cristina is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian, Portuguese origin, meaning a Christian’.

Crocetta – Pet form of Italian Crocifissa, meaning ‘cross, crucifix’ or ‘way of the cross.’

Crocifissa – Feminine form of Italian Crocifisso, meaning ‘cross, crucifix’ or ‘way of the cross.’

Cypriana – Cypriana as a girl’s name is a variant of Cipriana (Italian), and the meaning of Cypriana is ‘from Cyprus’.

Cyprienne – Cyprienne as a girl’s name is a variant of Cipriana (Italian) and Cypris (Greek), and the meaning of Cyprienne is ‘from Cyprus’.

Italian girl names starting with D

Dafne – Italian form of Greek Daphne, meaning ‘laurel.’

Dahna – Lady, from the respectful title Donna

Dahna – Dahna as a girl’s name is a variant of Donna (Italian), and the meaning of Dahna is ‘lady’. Other similar baby names are Daphna, Dafna and Zahna.

Dahnya – Dahnya as a girl’s name is a variant of Donna (Italian), and the meaning of Dahnya is ‘lady’.

Daiana – Variant of Diana, chosen, making an impact.

Damiana – The taming one

Daniela – Feminine form of Italian Daniele, meaning ‘God is my judge.’ Compare with another form of Daniela.

Daniele – God is a judge

Daniella

Daniella – The name Daniella is a girl’s name of Italian, Polish, Czech origin.

Daralice – Very noble

Daria – Owner of goodness

Debora – Italian form of Hebrew Debowrah, meaning ‘bee.’

Delfina – Italian and Spanish form of Latin Delphina, meaning ‘woman from Delphi.’

Delia – Woman from Delos

Demetra – Mythological Goddess of harvest

Desideria – Feminine form Italian/Spanish Desiderio, meaning ‘longing.’

Detta – Short form of Italian names ending with -detta.

Diamante – Italian name meaning ‘diamond.’

Diana – Divine woman

Dianora – A divine person, they are advanced

Dicembre – Italian variation of December.

Doda – A person who is reserved,dignified and well loved

Domani – Tomorrow, one who does advance planning

Domenica – The name Domenica is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘belonging to the Lord’.

Dominica – The name Dominica is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian origin meaning ‘belonging to the Lord’.

Dona – Lady

Dona – Short form of Italian Adona, meaning ‘my lord.’

Donalie – Donalie as a girl’s name is a variant of Donna (Italian), and the meaning of Donalie is ‘lady’.

Donata – Feminine form of Italian Donato, meaning ‘given (by God).’

Donatas – One who is being given a hand, helping nature

Donatella – The name Donatella is a girl’s name of Italian origin.

Donella – Lady, from the respectful title Donna

Donella – Donella as a girl’s name is a variant of Denelle and Donna (Italian), and the meaning of Donella is ‘lady’.

Donelle – Donelle as a girl’s name is a variant of Denelle and Donna (Italian), and the meaning of Donelle is ‘lady’.

Donetta – Lady, from the respectful title Donna

Donica – Donica as a girl’s name is a variant of Donna (Italian), and the meaning of Donica is ‘lady’.

Donielle – Lady, from the respectful title Donna

Donielle – Donielle as a girl’s name is a variant of Donna (Italian), and the meaning of Donielle is ‘lady’. Other similar baby names are Danille, Doneille, and Ronnelle.

Donisha – Lady, from the respectful title Donna

Donisha – Donisha as a girl’s name is a variant of Donna (Italian), and the meaning of Donisha is ‘lady’.

Donita – World Mighty

Donna – Lady, a respectful title and female equivalent of Don

Donna-Marie – Blend of Donna and Marie

Donna-Marie – Donna-Marie as a girl’s name is a variant of Donna (Italian), and the meaning of Donna-Marie is ‘lady’.

Donna – Donna as a girl’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘lady’. The original meaning is closer to ‘lady of the home’. It is a title of respect equivalent to Don for men.

Donnah – Lady

Donnalee – Lady, from the respectful title Donna

Donnalee – Donnalee as a girl’s name is a variant of Donna (Italian), and the meaning of Donnalee is ‘lady’.

Donnalyn – Donnalyn as a girl’s name is a variant of Donna (Italian), and the meaning of Donnalyn is ‘lady’.

Donnella – Donnella as a girl’s name is a variant of Donna (Italian), and the meaning of Donnella is ‘lady’.

Donnelle – Donnelle as a girl’s name is a variant of Donna (Italian), and the meaning of Donnelle is ‘lady’.

Donnetta – Donnetta is a somewhat popular girl’s name.

Donni – Donni as a girl’s name is a variant of Donna (Italian), and the meaning of Donni is ‘lady’.

Donnia – Lady

Donnie – Lady, from the respectful title Donna

Donnisse – Donnisse as a girl’s name is a variant of Donna (Italian), and the meaning of Donnisse is ‘lady’.

Donya – Lady, from the respectful title Donna

Donya – Donya as a girl’s name is a variant of Donna (Italian), and the meaning of Donya is ‘lady’.

Dorotea – Italian and Spanish form of Latin Dorothea, meaning ‘gift of God.’ Compare with another form of Dorotea.

Drina – Short form of Italian/Spanish Adriana, meaning ‘from Hadria.’ In use by the Romani.

Italian girl names starting with E

Ealda – They are majestic creatures who rule

Eama – One who comprises of the whole universe

Edda – Pet form of Italian Edvige, meaning ‘contending battle.’ Compare with another form of Edda.

Edetta – Italian variation of Edith, origin meaning prosperous in war’.

Edita – Wealthy

Editta – Italian variation of Edith, origin meaning prosperous in war’.

Edmonda – Feminine form of Italian Edmondo, meaning ‘protector of prosperity.’

Edvige – Italian form of German Hedwig, meaning ‘contending battle.’

Eidita – Wealthy, joyous and responsible person

Elara – A cheerful and happy individual

Elda – Warrior

Elda – Old Italian form of German Hilda, meaning ‘battle.’ Not in use before the 20th century.

Eleanora – Light

Eleanora – The name Eleanora is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian origin.

Elena

Elena – The name Elena is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian, Greek origin meaning ‘bright, shining light’.

Elene – Light, Modern form of Helen

Elenora – Light

Elenore – Light

Elenore – One who is filled with light and bright

Eleonara – The name Eleonara is a girl’s name of German, Italian, Polish origin meaning ‘bright, shining one’.

Eleonora – Shining light. Variant of Helen.

Eleonora – The name Eleonora is a girl’s name of German, Italian, Polish origin.

Elettra – The name Elettra is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘shining, bright’.

Eleua – The one who is intelligent and is majestic

Elia – They have a feeling good feeling about the lord

Elisa – The name Elisa is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian origin, meaning pledged to God’.

Elisabetha – A bountiful God figure on Earth

Elisabetta – Variation of English/Hebrew name Elizabeth. My God is bountiful,God of plenty.

Elisabetta – The name Elisabetta is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘pledged to God’.

Elizabetta – Italian form of Elizabeth consecrated to God

Elizabetta – The name Elizabetta is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘pledged to God’.

Elma – Feminine form of Italian Elmo, meaning ‘helmet, protection.’

Elnora – Contracted form of Italian Eleonora, meaning ‘foreign, the other.’

Eloisa – Italian and Spanish form of Latin Elwisia, meaning ‘hale-wide, very healthy and sound.’

Elvera – Italian variation of Elvira, origin meaning white, fair’.

Emerlinda – this name means the whole universe is soft or tender.

Emilia

Emilia – The name Emilia is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian, Hungarian origin meaning ‘rival’.

Emiliana – The name Emiliana is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘rival’.

Emily – a name that often signifies a hardwroking, dilligent and an industrious person.

Emma – the meaning of this name is universal whole.

Enna – City in Italy

Enrica – Enrica as a girl’s name is of Italian and Old German origin meaning ‘home ruler’. It is the feminine form of Henry.

Enrichetta – Old diminutive form of Italian Enrica, meaning ‘home-ruler.’

Enricka – Enricka as a girl’s name is related to the Italian and Old German name Enrica. The meaning of Enricka is ‘home ruler’.

Enricketta – Enricketta as a girl’s name is related to the Italian and Old German name Enrica. The meaning of Enricketta is ‘home ruler’.

Enriqueta – Enriqueta as a girl’s name is related to the Italian and Old German name Enrica and the Old German name Henrietta. The meaning of Enriqueta is ‘home ruler’.

Enriquette – Enriquette as a girl’s name is related to the Italian and Old German name Enrica. The meaning of Enriquette is ‘home ruler’.

Epifania – Epifania is a somewhat popular girl’s name.

Ermelinda – soft, tender, whole and universal.

Ermelinde – a word which means something which is soft and tender and also whole or universal.

Ermenegilda – Ermenegilda is an unpopular girl’s name.

Erminia – Feminine form of Italian Erminio, possibly meaning ‘of the earth.’

Ernesta – Feminine form of Italian/Spanish Ernesto, meaning ‘battle (to the death), serious business.’

Eroica – Eroica as a girl’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘heroic’.

Eroiqua – Eroiqua as a girl’s name is related to the Italian name Eroica. The meaning of Eroiqua is ‘heroic’.

Eroique – Eroique as a girl’s name is related to the Italian name Eroica. The meaning of Eroique is ‘heroic’.

Ersilia – Italian form of Latin Hersilia, meaning ‘delicate, tender.’

Esta – From the east

Esta – someone from the east.

Etta – Etta as a girl’s name is of English origin and the short form of names like Henrietta and Rosetta. It was originally an Italian feminine dimunitive suffix.

Eufemia – Italian form of Greek Euphemia, meaning ‘Well I speak.’

Eufemme – a Spanish word meaning good omen.

Eufemmia – good omen.

Eugenia – Woman well-born

Eula – Short form of Italian Eulalia, meaning ‘well-spoken.’

Eulalia – Feminine form of Italian Eulalio, meaning ‘well-spoken.’

Eva – Life

Evelina – Italian form of Evelyn gives life

Italian girl names starting with F

Fabia – A woman who is bean farmer

Fabiana – The name Fabiana is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian origin meaning ‘bean grower’.

Fabiola – Bean grower

Fabricia – Fabricia as a girl’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘works with hands’.

Fabrienne – Fabrienne as a girl’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘works with hands’.

Fabriqua – Fabriqua as a girl’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘works with hands’.

Fabritzia – Fabritzia as a girl’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘works with hands’.

Fabrizia – The name Fabrizia is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘works with the hands’.

Farfalla – She is like a butterfly

Fausta – The name Fausta is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘fortunate’.

Faustina – The lucky one

Faustine – A fortunate woman

Faviola – A woman of wisdom and bravery

Febe – Brightest of women

Fedella – A woman who is faithful and true

Federica – The name Federica is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘peaceful ruler’.

Fee – Flower

Felice – A fortunate and happy lady

Feliciana – A fortunate lady

Felicita – Italian form of Roman Latin Felicitas, meaning ‘fortune, good luck.’

Felicitas – A happy nad lucky lady

Felicite – A feeling of happiness and good luck

Felicitti – A little luck

Felisa – Italian form of Latin Felicia, meaning ‘happy’ or ‘lucky.’

Felixa – A woman who is blessed eith good fortune and luck

Fella – Italian variation of Butterfly.

Fenisia – A color, a purplish red

Feorella – Flower

Ferdinanda – Feminine form of Italian Ferdinando, meaning ‘ardent for peace.’

Fernanda – The name Fernanda is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian, Portuguese origin meaning ‘bold voyager’.

Ferrari – An occupational name, meaning a blacksmith

Fia – The name Fia is a girl’s name of Italian, Irish, Portuguese origin meaning ‘wild or weaver’.

Fiamma – Fiamma as a girl’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘little fiery one’.

Fiammetta – Fiammetta as a girl’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘little fiery one’. The word ‘fiamma’ means ‘flame’, and it may refer to the flames of the Holy Spirit that descended on the apostles on the day Christians commemorate as Pentecost.

Fidelia – Faithful

Fidelina – A little faithful woman

Filide – Italian variation of Phyllis, origin meaning green bough’.

Filippa – Friend of horses

Filippina – Italian variation of Philippa, origin meaning lover of horses’.

Fillippa – Italian variation of Philippa, origin meaning lover of horses’.

Filomena – The name Filomena is a girl’s name of Italian, Greek origin meaning ‘lover of singing’.

Filumena – Italian form of Greek Philomena, meaning ‘friend of ease.’

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

Fioralba – Italian name composed of the elements fiore ‘flower’ and alba ‘dawn,’ meaning ‘flower of dawn.’

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

Fiorella – Feminine diminutive form of Italian unisex Fiore (‘flower’), meaning ‘little flower.’ Fiorello is the masculine form.

Fiorello – A flower which is young (derived from Latin fiora)

Fiorentina – Italian variation of Florence, origin meaning flourishing, prosperous’.

Fiorenza – Italian variation of Florence, origin meaning flourishing, prosperous’.

Flavia – Golden-haired woman

Flavia – Blond or fair haired

Flavio – A blonde or golden-haired person

Flora – Form of FLORENCE. blooming

Florentina – Feminine form of Italian Florentino, meaning ‘blossoming.’

Florenza – Blooming or flowering

Floriana – Feminine form of Italian Floriano, meaning ‘flower.’

Floriano – Italian variation of the name ‘Florian’ meaning ‘to flower or blossom’

Fortuna – Fortunate or lucky

Fortunata – Feminine form of Italian Fortunato, meaning ‘fortunate.’

Franca – The name Franca is a girl’s name of Italian, Latin origin meaning ‘free’.

France – It means a french woman or a free-woman

Francesa – Derives from the Italian name Frances meaing ‘Frenchwoman’ or ‘free one’.

Francesca

Francesca – The name Francesca is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘from France or free man’.

Francessca – Originated in the Italian language, Francessca means ‘free one’ or ‘frenchwoman’ and is a derivative of Frances.

Franchesca – A variant of the name Frances meaning ‘Frenchwoman’ or ‘free one’.

Francheska – Variation of the word ‘Franceska’, this name refers to a woman of French roots

Fulvia – Feminine form of Italian Fulvio, meaning ‘yellow.’

Italian girl names starting with G

Gabrianna – God gives me strength.

Gabriel – God is my strength

Gabriela – The name Gabriela is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian origin meaning ‘God is my strength’.

Gabriella – God is my strength, feminine form of Gabriel

Gabriella – An Italian form of the Hebrew name Gabriel, the name given to one of the 7 arch angels, meaning ‘strong man of God’. The name is associated with good tidings.

Gaetana – From Gaete

Gaetana – Gaetana as a girl’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘from Gaete’. Gaete is a region in southern Italy.

Gaetane – Gaetane is a girl’s name of Italian origin.

Gaia – Refers to the planet where human being can be lived.

Galilea – The name Galilea is a girl’s name of Italian, Hebrew/Israeli origin meaning ‘Galilee’.

Garbo – The name Garbo is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘polite, kind’.

Geena – A well-born woman

Gelsomina – Gelsomina as a girl’s name is of Italian origin and is the name of a type of jasmine plant.

Geltrude – Italian form of German Gertrude, meaning ‘spear strength.’

Gem – The one who is precious as a gem stone.

Gema – Girl who is treasurable as a precious stone.

Gemette – A treasurable or precious person

Gemma – Jewel

Gemma – The name Gemma is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘precious stone’.

Genevra – Italian variation of Geneva, origin meaning juniper tree’, ‘white shadow, white wave’.

Genoa – The name Genoa is a girl’s name of Italian origin.

Genoveffa – Italian variation of Geneva, origin meaning juniper tree’, ‘tribe woman’, ‘white shadow, white wave’.

Genoveva – Italian variation of Genevieve, origin meaning tribe woman’, ‘white shadow, white wave’, ‘juniper tree’.

Genoviva – Italian variation of Genevieve, origin meaning tribe woman’.

Geoconda – Geoconda as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Geoconda is ‘delight’.

Geonna – Variant of Jane

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

Geovana – Geovana is a girl’s name of Hebrew origin meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Geovanna – Geovanna is a girl’s name of Hebrew origin meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Geovanni – God has shown his courtesy upon me.

Gerardo – Strength

Gessica – Variation of Jessica (Rich and God beholds).

Ghita – Pearl

Ghita – Ghita as a girl’s name is of Italian and Greek origin meaning ‘pearl’.

Gia

Gia – This diminutive form of Gianna landed on the baby-name charts in the 1960s but didn’t make any noise until the 21st century. That’s when Italian female names became a thing with American parents, and Gia fit right in. It’s simple and elegant and has a cool old-world feel. Actor Matt Damon has a daughter named Gia, born in 2008, as does “Extra” host Mario Lopez, whose little girl was born in 2010.

Giachetta – Feminine pet form of Italian Giacomo, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Giacinta – The name Giacinta is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘hyacinth’.

Giacoma – Italian name for a replacement, surrogate

Giacomina – One that is protected by God

Giada

Giada – The name Giada is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘jade’.

Giana – God is gracious, variant of Jane

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

Gianandrea – Combination of names Giana and Andrea, means God is good

Gianara – Variant of Jane

Gianella – Gianella is used as a girl’s name of Italian and Hebrew origin meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Gianetta – Italian variation of Janet, origin meaning God’s gracious gift’.

Gianina

Gianina – Gianina is an Italian female name and means God is gracious.It is a diminutive of Giovanna, a variant of the name is Gian and the nickname is Nina.

Gianna – The Lord is gracious

Gianna – Gianna as a girl’s name is of Italian and Hebrew origin meaning ‘God is gracious’. It is the feminine form of Gianni. The name is sometimes used in honor of Saint Gianna Molla who died in 1962 because she had a dangerous pregnancy and preferred to risk her life rather than abort her baby.

Gianne – God is gracious

Giannetta – Giannetta is an Italian female name and means Yahweh is Gracious.

Giannina – Giannina is an Italian female name of Hebrew origins. The meaning of the name Giannina is God is Gracious.

Giannine – Giannine is used as a girl’s name of Italian and Hebrew origin meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Gianny – God is gracious

Giavana – God is gracious

Giavanna – Giavanna is an Italian female name. It means God is Gracious, God is God and originates from Hebrew.

Giavannah – God is gracious

Giavonna – This variation of the name ‘Jane’ means God is gracious.

Gilda – Italian name derived from the Germanic element gild, meaning ‘sacrifice.’ Compare with other forms of Gilda.

Gimma – Italian name Gimma means Precious Stone

Gin – Farmer

Gina – Pet form of Italian Giorgina ‘earth-worker, farmer,’ Luigina ‘famous warrior,’ and other Italian names ending with -gina. Compare with other forms of Gina.

Ginah – Farmer

Ginara – Ginara is a girl’s name of Italian and Hebrew origins meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Ginata – The Girl name Ginata means Flower.

Ginetta – Ginetta is used as a girl’s name of Italian and Hebrew origin meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Ginette – Ginette is used as a girl’s name of Italian and Hebrew origin meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Ginevra

Ginevra – The name Ginevra is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘white shadow, white wave’.

Ginnette – Ginnette is used as a girl’s name of Italian and Hebrew origin meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Gioa – Gioa means means Joy in Italian.

Gioacchina – The name Gioacchina means Established by Yahweh.

Gioconda – Gioconda as a girl’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘delight’. The ‘Mona Lisa’ painting is also known as ‘La Gioconda’.

Gioffreda – Feminine form of Italian Goffredo, meaning ‘God’s peace.’

Gioia – The name Gioia is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘joy’.

Giolla – The name Giolla means Servant.

Gionata – The meaning of the name Gionata is A Gift From God

Gionna – Gionna is used as a girl’s name of Italian and Hebrew origin meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Giordana – Giordana as a girl’s name is of Italian origin. It is the feminine form of Jordan which refers to the Jordan River.

Giorgia – The meaning of Giorgia comes from Greek word and means The Farmer.

Giorgina – Pet form of Italian Giorgia, meaning ‘earth-worker, farmer.’

Giosepa – A cognate of Giuseppa, meaning he will add.

Giosetta – Diminutive form of Italian Giuseppina, meaning ‘(God) shall add (another son).’

Giovana – Giovana is a girl’s name of Hebrew origin meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Giovanah – God is gracious

Giovanna – God is gracious, feminine form of Giovanni, the Italian cognate of John

Giovanna – Giovanna as a girl’s name is of Italian and Hebrew origin meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Giovannetta – Pet form of Italian Giovanna, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Giralda – Italian variation of Geraldine, origin meaning ruler with the spear’.

Gisella – Italian form of German Gisela, meaning ‘pledge, hostage, noble offspring.’

Giuditta – The name Giuditta is a girl’s name of Italian origin.

Giugnia – Italian variation of June.

Giulia – Feminine form of Italian Giulio, meaning ‘descended from Jupiter (Jove).’

Giuliana

Giuliana – Feminine form of Italian Giuliano, meaning ‘descended from Jupiter (Jove).’

Giulianna – The meaning of the name is Youth.

Giulietta – Italian variation of Juliet, origin meaning youthful’, ‘youthful’, ‘youthful’.

Giuseppa – Giuseppa as a girl’s name is a variant of Giuseppina (Italian, Hebrew), the meaning of Giuseppa is ‘the Lord adds’. Similar baby names are Gisella and Gisela.

Giuseppina – Giuseppina as a girl’s name is of Italian and Hebrew origin meaning ‘the Lord adds’. It is the feminine form of Giuseppe.

Giustina – Italian variation of Justine, origin meaning fair, righteous’.

Glada – The name Glada is an Italian name and means Jade

Gloria – Woman of glory

Grazia – They are very competent,practical and powerful.The have very strong business mind and achieve all goal.

Graziana – They are very inspriring,graceful and kind.They are self-made and very powerful in their circle.

Graziella – They are very energetic,determind and independent.They are very capable and adaptable all these qualities make them wonderfu.

Grazina – They are very inspriring,graceful and kind.They are self-made and very powerful in their circle.

Graziosa – Italian variation of Grace.

Grear – They are very independent and always ready to solve issues.They make decision very strongly.

Greta – They are very stable,family loving and love to work together.

Guendalina – They are separate and alone and self-centerd.They are very active person.

Guglielma – Guglielma as a girl’s name is a variant of Gulielma (Italian, Old German) and Wilhelmina (Old German), the meaning of Guglielma is ‘will helmet, protection’.

Guida – The one who loves adventure and independence. Guide, lead and direct others to help them.

Guiditta – Italian form of Hebrew Yehuwdiyth, meaning ‘Jewess’ or ‘praised.’

Guiliana – Young

Guilianna – Young

Guillelmina – Resolute protector, feminine form of William

Guillelmina – Resolute protector

Guiseppa – God gives

Gulielma – Gulielma as a girl’s name is of Italian and Old German origin meaning ‘will-helmet’. It is the feminine form of Wilhelm.

Gyovan – God is gracious

Gyovana – God is gracious

Italian girl names starting with H

Hagne – Italian variation of Agnes, origin meaning pure, virginal’.

Heroica – Heroica as a girl’s name is related to the Italian name Eroica. The meaning of Heroica is ‘heroic’.

Himalda – Himalda as a girl’s name is of German and Italian origins, and the meaning of Himalda is ‘universal battle’.

Honora – The name Honora is a girl’s name of Italian, Latin origin meaning ‘woman of honor’.

Honorata – Latin – Honored, Honorable, Derived from the name Honor, Variant of Honoria

Italian girl names starting with I

Idalia – The name Idalia is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘behold the sun’.

Ignazia – Feminine form of Ignazio. It means fire.

Ignazio – Italian form of Ignatius. It means fire.

Ilaria – The name Ilaria is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘cheerful, happy’.

Ilina – My God is Yahweh

Imalda – Imalda as a girl’s name is of Old German and Italian origin, and the meaning of Imalda is ‘universal battle’. Imalda is a variant of the Old German and Italian name Imelda.

Imelda – The name Imelda is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘all-consuming fight’.

Immacolata – Italian form of Latin Immaculata, meaning ‘immaculate.’

Ines – Italian form of English Agnes, meaning ‘chaste, holy.’

Irene – Peace

Isa – Promise of God

Isabella – Variation of Elizabeth

Isabella – The name Isabella is a girl’s name of Hebrew, Spanish, Italian origin meaning ‘pledged to God’.

Isabetta – The name Isabetta is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘pledged to God’.

Isobel – God is my oath

Isotta – Italian variation of Isolde, origin meaning ice ruler’.

Issabella – One of the many variations of the name Isabel, which means ‘God is my oath’. The element ‘el’ meaning God was adapted to ‘belle’ meaning ‘beautiful’.

Italia – From the Italian name for Italy, possibly derived from Latin vitulus, meaning ‘calf.’

Italus – Italy

Italy – Italy is a location name referring to the European country.

Izabella – The name Izabella is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian origin meaning ‘pledged to God’.

Izola – Izola as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Izola is ‘lump of earth’. Izola is a variant of the Italian name Zola.

Italian girl names starting with J

Jacobella – Feminine form of Jacob, meaning supplanter.

Janina – Janina as a girl’s name is of Italian, Hebrew, and English origin, and the meaning of Janina is ‘God is gracious’. Janina is a variant of the Italian and Hebrew name Gianina, the hebrew names Jan and Jane, and the English name Janine.

Jaquetta – Italian variation of Jacqueline, origin meaning supplanter’.

Jeeanima – Jeeanima is used as a girl’s name of Italian and Hebrew origin meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Jelsomina – Jelsomina as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Jelsomina is ‘jasmin’.

Jemma – From the Italian meaning ‘precious stone’. It is a variant of the name ‘Jemima’

Jenah – Little or tiny beautiful bird.

Jeoconda – Jeoconda as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Jeoconda is ‘delight’.

Jiacintha – Jiacintha as a girl’s name is of Spanish, Greek, and Italian origin, and the meaning of Jiacintha is ‘hyacinth’.

Jianna – Variant of Gianna, a gift from god, full of grace.

Jolanda – deep inner desire to lead, organize, supervise, and to achieve status.

Josefina – Josefina as a girl’s name is a variant of Giuseppina (Italian, Hebrew) and Josephine (Hebrew), the meaning of Josefina is ‘the Lord adds, Jehovah increases’.

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

Juliet – Downy bearded or youthful

Italian girl names starting with K

Kaira – Of Italian origin meaning ‘dear, beloved’, a variant of the name Cara.

Kairah – The name means Beloved Friend

Karah – Karah means Dear, Beloved

Karalea – Karalea means Sweet melody

Karaleah – The name means Love, Dear

Kareen – Kareen means Cherised, Admired

Karina – This name has many possible meanings and origins: Italian – ‘dear beloved’, Latin ‘keel of a ship’, Greek – ‘pure’ or ‘torture. A variant of the name Katherine popular in Scandinavia and Russia.

Karra – Beloved, friend

Karrisa – The name Karrisa means Embrace,Caress

Keraja – Kera means Beloved

Kricia – Kricia means Profit and Wealth

Krizia – Krizia means Richnes, Wealth

Italian girl names starting with L

Ladona – Lady

Ladonna – Ladonna means The Lady

Laguna – The name Laguna is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘pond, lake’.

Lalia – Short form of Italian Eulalia, meaning ‘well-spoken.’

Lanza – A Noble and Eager Woman

Laretta – Laretta as a girl’s name has Italian and Latin origins. The meaning of Laretta is ‘laurel or sweet bay tree, symbol of victory’. Is related to the names Loretta and Laura.

Larretta – Larretta as a girl’s name has Italian and Latin origins. The meaning of Larretta is ‘laurel or sweet bay tree, symbol of victory’. Is related to the names Loretta and Laura.

Laudonia – Laudonia as a girl’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘praise to the house’.

Laura – Person crowned with laurels

Laurenza – The name Laurenza is a girl’s name of Italian origin.

Lauretta – Italian diminutive form of Latin Laura (‘laurel’), meaning ‘little laurel tree.’

Lavanda – The name Lavanda is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘lavender’.

Laverne – Goddes of thieves in Italian lore

Leeonna – A lioness, one who is like a lioness

Leggra – Leggra as a girl’s name is related to the Italian name Allegra. The meaning of Leggra is ‘gay and jaunty’.

Legra – Legra as a girl’s name is related to the Italian name Allegra. The meaning of Legra is ‘gay and jaunty’.

Lelia – The name Lelia is a girl’s name of Italian, Latin origin, meaning sweetly speaking’.

Lencha – The blossom and innocence, virginity

Leoluchina – Feminine diminutive of Leoluca.

Leonora – Light

Leonora – Short form of Italian Eleonora, meaning ‘foreign, the other.’

Leonore – Light, brightness of the Sun rays

Leontine – One who is as strong as a Lioness

Leora

Leretta – Leretta as a girl’s name has Italian and Latin origins. The meaning of Leretta is ‘laurel or sweet bay tree, symbol of victory’. Is related to the names Loretta and Laura.

Letizia – The name Letizia is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘gladness’.

Lia – Bringer of good news

Lia – The name Lia is a girl’s name of Italian, Russian origin, meaning weary’.

Liboria – To be a free woman

Lido – The name Lido is a girl’s name of Italian origin.

Liliana – Lily

Liliana – The name Liliana is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian origin meaning ‘lily, a flower’.

Lilla – The name Lilla is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘lilac’.

Lina – Bringer of good news

Linda – The name Linda is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian, Portuguese origin meaning ‘pretty’.

Liona – Italian name meaning lioness

Lisa – Short form of Italian Elisabetta, meaning ‘God is my oath.’ Compare with another form of Lisa.

Livia – An envious person, color blue

Liviana – A jealous and resentful woman

Livianna – A woman who evies others or a color blue

Lizz – A woman hallowed by the Oath made to God

Loredana – This name was invented by the Italian author Luciano Zuccoli for the heroine of his novel L’amore de Loredana. Apparently, it is a feminine form of the surname Loredan, meaning ‘laurel grove.’

Lorena – Woman from Lorraine

Lorenza – Laurel or from Laurentium, a feminine form of Lorenzo, derived from Lawrence

Lorenza – Feminine form of Italian Lorenzo, meaning ‘of Laurentum.’

Loreta – Loreta as a girl’s name has Italian and Latin origins. The meaning of Loreta is ‘laurel or sweet bay tree, symbol of victory’. Is related to the names Loretta and Laura.

Loreto – From the Italian city name, Loreto, meaning ‘laurel wood.’ The city has been a Catholic place of pilgrimage since the 14th century, for it is where the Shrine of the Holy House is. According to legend, after the fall of Jerusalem, a basilica was erected over the Virgin Mary’s house. After a threat of destruction by the Turks, angels carried the house from Nazareth to Tersatto, Croatia, then across the Adriatic to a forest near Recantai, and finally to Loreto. In use by the English and Irish.

Loretta – Loretta as a girl’s name is of Italian origin and is diminutive of the Latin for Laura, ‘laurel’. This elaborated form of the name was created in the 19th century.

Lorette – A Girl whose origins are from ancient Laurentum

Lorrella – Girl crowned with laurel tree

Lovota – A fast Wolf, good natured

Lowretta – Lowretta as a girl’s name has Italian and Latin origins. The meaning of Lowretta is ‘laurel or sweet bay tree, symbol of victory’. Is related to the names Loretta and Laura.

Luca – What do Hilary Duff and Audrey Hepburn have in common? Both named their sons Luca. While it has been a wildly popular boys’ name in Italy, it didn’t start getting a following in the US until 2000. It’s the Italian equivalent of Luke and means “bringer of light,” something delighted parents around the globe would agree is true about their precious offspring. It’s not as trendy as Luke or Lucas, which makes it a more original choice if you want a name that won’t be so common at school. It’s also starting to be used for girls—actress Jennie Garth was ahead of the times when she gave the name to her daughter in 1997.

Lucelly – One who is illuminated by the light

Lucetta – A light that is full grace

Lucette – The one who shines with graceful light

Lucia

Lucia – If you were living during Roman times and gave birth to a girl at dawn, you probably would have called her Lucia, as was the custom, that’s why the name means “light.” This feminine form of Lucius was also the name of a fourth-century saint and martyr who was revered during the Middle Ages and whom many babies were named after.

Luciana – Light

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

Luciella – Italian variation of Lucia, origin meaning light’, ‘light’.

Lucinda – The one who shines with graceful light

Lucrezia – Italian form of Roman Latin Lucretia, possibly meaning ‘wealthy.’

Ludovica – The name Ludovica is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘famous in war’.

Luigia – Feminine form of Italian Luigi, meaning ‘famous warrior.’

Luigina – Pet form of Italian Luigia, meaning ‘famous warrior.’

Luisa – Feminine form of Spanish Luis, meaning ‘famous warrior.’ Also in use by the Italians and Portuguese.

Luisella – Italian pet form of Spanish Luisa, meaning ‘famous warrior.’

Luna – The name Luna is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘moon’.

Lupica – A name given for a Bird, practical

Italian girl names starting with M

Mabilia – Italian variation of Mabel, origin meaning lovable’.

Madalene – Italian variation of Madeline, origin meaning high tower or woman from Magdala’.

Maddalena – Italian variation of Madeline, origin meaning high tower or woman from Magdala’, ‘woman from Magdala or high tower’.

Maddalina – One from the tower

Maddalyn – Girl from a tower

Maddelena – Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine.

Maddelena – A person from Madala, a town whose name means tower

Madona – Madona as a girl’s name has Italian origins. The meaning of Madona is ‘my lady, the virgin Mary’. Is related to the name Madonna.

Madonna – Madonna as a girl’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘my lady’.

Mafalda – The name Mafalda is a girl’s name of Italian, Portuguese origin.

Magenta – The name Magenta is a girl’s name of Italian origin.

Maggia – Italian variation of May, origin meaning pearl’.

Malvolia – Feminine form of Italian Malvolio, meaning ‘ill-will.’

Manuela – God is with us

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

Mara

Mara – Eternally beautiful

Marcella – Feminine form of Italian Marcello, meaning ‘defense’ or ‘of the sea.’ Compare with another form of Marcella.

Marcellina – A woman dedicated to Mars

Marcia – Warlike

Marea

Marea – Bitter or sea of bitterness

Margherita – Old Greek – Pearl, A variation of the name Margaret

Maria – Bitter

Maria – Galician-Portuguese, Italian and Spanish form of Latin Maria, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Mariabella – A beautiful Mary

Mariana – Bitter or sea of bitterness

Mariangela – An angel of the sea of sorrow

Marianna – A glorious sea of sorrow

Mariella – The name Mariella is a girl’s name of Italian, Dutch origin, meaning bitter or wished-for child’.

Marieta – A puddle of sorrow

Marietta – Italian pet form of Maria

Marietta – Italian diminutive form of Latin Maria, meaning ‘little rebel.’

Marilena – A bright star of the sea

Marilene – A star that shines in the sea

Marina – A woman of the sea

Marinella – Italian pet form of Roman Latin Marina, meaning ‘of the sea.’

Mariola – A bitter dame

Marisa – The name Marisa is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian origin meaning ‘of the sea’.

Marissa – Of the sea

Marquesa – Royalty, French royalty title. Variant of Marquise.

Marquesa – One who works with a hammer.

Marseille – A woman sweet as wine

Marsia – A young woman dedicated to the god of war

Marsillia – A woma who dedicated herself to Mars

Marta – Latin – Dedicated to Mars, Warlike, Female Version of Marc, A variant of the name Martha

Martedi – Italian variation of Tuesday, origin meaning Tiu’s Day,’.

Martina – Warring, warlike woman

Marutta – A sea of bitterness or sorrow

Marzia – Italian form of Latin Marcia, meaning ‘defense’ or ‘of the sea.’

Massima – The name Massima is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘greatest’.

Mataya – She is a God’s gift

Matelda – Italian variation of Matilda, origin meaning battle-mighty’.

Matilde – Germanic – Mighty in battle, Mighty Battle Maiden, A variant form of Matilda

Mattea – The name Mattea is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘gift of God’.

Maura – Feminine form of Italian Mauro, meaning ‘dark-skinned, Moor.’ Compare with another form of Maura.

Mea – She who belongs to me

Melania – Italian and Spanish form of Latin Melaena, meaning ‘black, dark.’

Melissa – Germanic – Hard Worker, Greek – Honey, Bee, Strong Work, Industrious, Highborn Power, Variant of Melissa

Melita – The sugary person, who is sweeter than the honey.

Mercede – Merciful

Mercede – Mercy or merciful

Mia – The name Mia is a girl’s name of Italian, Scandinavian origin meaning ‘mine or bitter’.

Miabella – A tiny falcon, a baby falcon. A person with the qualities of a falcon

Micaela – The name Micaela is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian, Israeli origin meaning ‘who is like God’.

Michaela – Who is like God

Michela – Feminine form of Italian Michele, meaning ‘who is like God?’

Michelangela – Feminine form of Italian Michelangelo, meaning ‘who is like God?’ and ‘angel, messenger.’

Michele – The Angel who carry messages of God

Michelina – Pet form of Italian Michela, meaning ‘who is like God?’

Miciela – A blessed gift from God

Milana – Feminine form of Czech Milan, a short form of Slavic names containing the element mil, meaning ‘favor, grace.’ Compare with Milada. This name was adopted by the Italians in the early 1900s, and eventually came to be used as a contracted form of Maria Elena.

Mimi – Pet form of Italian Maria, meaning ‘obstinacy, rebelliousness’ or ‘their rebellion.’

Mirabella – The name Mirabella is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘wonderful’.

Mirele – The person who is admired the most

Mirella – Hebrew – God Has Spoken, To admire, Wonderful, A variant of Mira

Miriam – Hebrew – Sea of Bitternes, Rebelliousness, Wished for child, To swell, A variant form of Mary

Mirielis – The beautiful, one who is admired

Mistico – A mystical girl

Miuccia – The name Miuccia is a girl’s name of Italian origin.

Modesto – Mehuli derived from a sanskrit word that means a very small rainy cloud.

Mona – Mona as a girl’s name is of Irish and Gaelic origin meaning ‘noble or aristocratic’. It is also an Italian short form of Madonna. The ‘Mona Lisa’, a portrait painted by Leonardo da Vinci, has inspired name blends. The name spread from Ireland in the mid 19th century.

Monalisa – Art, Mona Lisa is a famous portrait painted by Leonardo da Vinci

Morena – One with the brown colored hair

Italian girl names starting with N

Narissa – Narissa as a girl’s name is of Greek and Italian origin, and the meaning of Narissa is ‘sea nymph, black-haired’.

Naryssa – Naryssa as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Naryssa is ‘black-haired’.

Natala – Italian variation of Natalie, origin meaning birthday of the Lord’.

Natale

Natale – Italian form of Latin Natalia, meaning ‘birthday,’ or in Church Latin ‘Christmas day.’

Nathaly – Variant of Natalie, literally means ‘Christ’s birthday.’

Nedda – Nedda as a girl’s name is of Italian origin and a feminine form of Ned.

Nella – Short form of Antonella

Nereza – Variant spelling of Italian Nerezza, meaning ‘darkness.’

Nerezza – Modern Italian name derived from the word nerezza, meaning ‘darkness.’

Nericcia – Nericcia as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Nericcia is ‘black-haired’.

Nerina – Feminine form of Italian Nerio, meaning ‘water.’

Nerissa – Nerissa as a girl’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘black-haired’.

Nerola – Nerola as a girl’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘orange flower’.

Neroli – The flower which is orange in color.

Nerolia – Nerolia as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Nerolia is ‘orange flower’.

Nerolie – Nerolie as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Nerolie is ‘orange flower’.

Neroly – Neroly as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Neroly is ‘orange flower’.

Neryssa – Neryssa as a girl’s name is of Greek and Italian origin, and the meaning of Neryssa is ‘sea nymph, black-haired’.

Neve – The ice crystals which are falling from the clouds.

Nicci – Victory.

Nicholina – One who always wins

Nicia – People”s victory

Nicia – Italian variation of Nicole, origin meaning people of victory’.

Nico

Nicola

Nicola – Feminine form of Italian Nicolo, meaning ‘victor of the people.’

Nicole – The winning people.

Nicoletta – Pet form of Italian Nicola, meaning ‘victor of the people.’

Nicolien – The people who are a champion

Nicolina – Pet form of Italian Nicola, meaning ‘victor of the people.’

Nicolo – The winner among all

Nilda – Short form of Italian/Spanish Brunilda, meaning ‘armored warrior woman.’

Nillda – Nillda is a girl’s name and a variant of the Italian name Nilda.

Ninetta – The name Ninetta is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian origin meaning ‘little girl’.

Noelia – Italian and Spanish form of French Noelle, meaning ‘day of birth.’

Noemi – Italian form of Hebrew No’omiy, meaning ‘my delight, my pleasantness.’

Nora – Short form of Italian names ending with -nora, such as Eleonora and Leonora. Compare with another form of Nora.

Norah – The person who is possessing the quality of honourable.

Norina – Diminutive form of Italian Nora, a short form of Italian names ending with -nora, such as Eleonora and Leonora.

Norma – Italian name invented by Felice Romani in his libretto for Belini’s opera of the same name, derived from Latin norma, meaning ‘standard, rule.’ Compare with another form of Norma.

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

Nunzia – Short form of Italian Annunziata, meaning ‘announces,’ referring to the Annunciation. Sometimes considered a month name for March.

Nunziatella – Pet form of Italian Nunzia, meaning ‘announces,’ referring to the Annunciation.

Nunziatina – Pet form of Italian Nunzia, meaning ‘announces,’ referring to the Annunciation.

Italian girl names starting with O

Octavia

Olimpia – Olympian

Olivia – Olive

Ombretta – A shadow, or a dusky resemblance

Orabella – Italian name meaning ‘golden beautiful.’

Oraina – Derived from the Latin word ‘gold’, the most precious and valuable girl child.

Oria

Oria – Who is humble in spirit or manner.

Oriana – Golden

Oriana – The name Oriana is a girl’s name of Italian, Latin origin meaning ‘dawn’.

Orlanda – Feminine form of Italian Orlando, meaning ‘famous land.’

Ornella – The name Ornella is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘flowering ash tree’.

Orsa – The name Orsa is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘little female bear’.

Orsina – Feminine form of Italian Orsino, meaning ‘bear-like.’

Orsola – The name Orsola is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘little female bear’.

Ortensa – Ortensa as a girl’s name is of Italian origin.

Ortensia – The name Ortensia is a girl’s name of Italian, Latin origin, meaning of the garden’.

Ortensija – Ortensija as a girl’s name is of Italian origin.

Ortensya – Ortensya as a girl’s name is of Italian origin.

Ottavia

Ottavia – The name Ottavia is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘eight’.

Italian girl names starting with P

Paetta – Bread, one who is the provider, to nourish

Palla – A ball, a habitational name, a straw

Palmiera – A place of pilgrim, holy place

Palmina – One who is like a little Palm tree

Palmira – Feminine form of Italian Palmiro, meaning ‘pilgrim.’ This name is sometimes given to babies born on Palm Sunday.

Pamina – Meaning unknown, a character from Mozart´s opera Die Zauberflöte

Pamina – Honey, Sweet, All sweetness, Made from honey, Variant spelling of ‘Pamela.’

Paola – The name Paola is a girl’s name of Italian origin, meaning small’.

Paoli – Small, humble

Paolina – The name Paolina is a girl’s name of Italian, Portuguese origin meaning ‘small’.

Paoline – Small, humble

Pasqualina – Feminine form of Italian Pasqualino, meaning ‘Passover, Easter.’

Pasquelina – Italian variation of Pascale, origin meaning Passover’.

Pata – A name given to a spectrogram

Patrina – Latin – Noble Women, Of noble birth, A variant form of Patricia

Patrizia – The name Patrizia is a girl’s name of Italian origin, meaning noble, patrician’.

Pazienza – Latin – One who endures with courage, Patient, A variant of the name Patience

Perla – English – Pearl, Precious, A Gem Of The Sea, A variant form of Pearl

Perlita – Pet form of Italian/Spanish Perla, meaning ‘pearl.’

Pertessa – Of the Countess

Pervinca – Name of a plant called periwinkle, Name of a character in Italian book Fairy Oak

Petronel – Short form of Italian Petronella, meaning ‘little rock.’

Petronella – Variant spelling of Italian Pietronella, meaning ‘little rock.’

Petronilla – Latin – Country bumpkin, Old Greek – Rock, Stone, A variant of Petronia, A variant of Petra

Phebe – Italian variation of Phoebe, origin meaning radiant, shining one’.

Phia – A creative and self-reliant person

Philippa – Lover of horses

Pia – Pious

Pia – Pious

Pica – A habitational name which means a pointed object

Piera – Italian variation of Petra, origin meaning rock, stone’.

Pierina – French variation of Petra, origin meaning rock, stone’.

Pieta – Religious paintings or sculpture, A variant of Pity

Pietra – Rock

Pietra – Italian variation of Petra, origin meaning rock, stone’.

Pietrina – Feminine form of Italian Pietro, meaning ‘rock, stone.’

Pietronella – Italian form of Latin Petronilla, meaning ‘little rock.’

Piia – Another form of Pia, a lover or a sweetheart

Pila – A pillar, a column of the buildig

Pina – Short form of Italian names ending with -pina.

Pippa

Pippa – The name Pippa is a girl’s name of English, Italian origin meaning ‘lover of horses’.

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

Po – A river in Italy, river Po

Poesia – Like a piece of poetry

Poesy – Like a piece of poetry

Polissena – Italian form of Polyxena, a Greek name meaning daughter of Priam

Primavera – The name Primavera is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘spring’.

Priscila – An ancient woman

Priscilla – Old-time, ancient

Italian girl names starting with R

Rachele – Lamb

Rachele – Italian variation of Rachel, origin meaning ewe’.

Rafaele – Heald by the God

Raffaela – Variant spelling of Italian Raffaella, meaning ‘healed of God’ or ‘whom God has healed.’

Raffaele – God has healed

Raffaella – Feminine form of Italian Raffaello, meaning ‘healed of God’ or ‘whom God has healed.’

Raimona – Italian variation of Raymonda, origin meaning wise protector’.

Raimonda – French variation of Ramona, origin meaning wise protector’, ‘wise protector’.

Ravenna – Either from the Italian city name, of unknown meaning, or a feminine form of English unisex Raven, meaning ‘raven (the bird).’

Ravinia – A place name of the Italian city

Rebecca – One who makes traps

Regina

Regina – Queen

Rella – Hebrew – Angel, Messenger, God Spoke, A variant form of Ella

Renata

Renata – Feminine form of Latin Renatus, meaning ‘reborn.’ In use by the Italians, Portuguese and Spanish.

Renatta – A woman who was born again

Rialta – The name Rialta is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘deep brook’.

Ricarda

Ricarda – Rich and powerful ruler

Riccarda – Feminine form of Italian Riccardo, meaning ‘powerful ruler.’

Ricciarda – Italian variation of Richarda.

Riga – Italian – Variant of Greek Rigas

Rigina – Regal

Rin – The name Rin is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘dignified, severe’.

Rina – Greens from the Village, Song, Joy, It has a Sanskrit meaning as melted or dissolved

Rita – Pearl

Riviera – The bank of the river

Rizzo – One with curly hair

Robbia – The name Robbia is a girl’s name of Italian origin.

Roberta – Feminine form of Latin Robertus, meaning ‘bright fame.’ In use by the Italians, Portuguese and Spanish. Compare with another form of Roberta.

Robertina – Italian and Spanish diminutive form of Latin Roberta, meaning ‘bright fame.’

Rocca – Feminine form of Rocco. It means rest.

Rochelle – Rochelle as a girl’s name is of French and Old German origin meaning ‘little rock or rest’.

Roma – Roma as a girl’s name is of Italian origin referring to the capital city, Rome. In mythology, Roma was the daughter of Evander, who named Rome for her.

Romalda – Romalda as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and is related to the name Roma.

Romana – Romana as a girl’s name is a variant of Roma (Italian).

Romanadia – Italian variation of Romana, origin meaning a Roman’.

Romancia – Italian variation of Romana, origin meaning a Roman’.

Rome – An Italian city, an ancient city of Rome

Romeeka – A girl who is from an ancient city of Rome

Romelia – Romelia as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and is related to the name Roma.

Romhilda – Lombardic Italian name composed of the Germanic elements hrom ‘fame’ and hild ‘battle,’ hence ‘famous battle.’

Romilda – Romilda as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and is related to the name Roma.

Romina – Romina as a girl’s name is a variant of Roma (Italian).

Romma – Romma as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and is related to the name Roma.

Romola – Feminine form of Italian Romolo, meaning ‘from Rome.’

Romula – One who is a Roman woman

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

Rosa

Rosa – The name Rosa is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian, Latin origin meaning ‘rose, a flower’.

Rosabella – Italian compound name composed of Latin Rosa ‘rose’ and Bella ‘beautiful,’ hence ‘beautiful rose.’

Rosabelle – A woman who is a beautiful rose

Rosaelia – The rose of a God

Rosalba – Italian compound name composed of Latin Rosa ‘rose’ and Alba ‘dawn,’ hence ‘rose of dawn.’

Rosaleah – A Roman citizens

Rosalia – Rose

Rosalia – Combination of Rose and Lily

Rosalie – Rose

Rosalva – Variant spelling of Italian Rosalba, meaning ‘rose of dawn.’

Rosamaria – Bitter

Rosana – Italian variation of Rose, origin meaning rose, a flower’.

Rosangela – Italian compound name composed of Rosa ‘rose’ and Angela ‘angel,’ hence ‘rose-angel.’

Rosangelica – An angelic rose

Rosanna – Italian compound name composed of Rosa ‘rose’ and Anna ‘favor, grace,’ hence ‘rose of grace.’

Rosannah – Variant spelling of Italian Rosanna, meaning ‘rose of grace.’

Rosaria – Italian feminine form of Spanish unisex Rosario, meaning ‘rosary.’

Roseanna – The name Roseanna has been used as a compound of both the names Rose and Anna. As a result, the meaning of the name is ‘favour’ and ‘grace’.

Rosella – Italian pet form of Latin Rosa, meaning ‘rose.’

Rosemund – Italian variation of Rosamund, origin meaning horse protection’.

Rosene – A rosy looking young girl

Roseta – Italian variation of Rose, origin meaning rose, a flower’.

Rosetta – Rose

Rosetta – The name Rosetta is a girl’s name of Italian, Persian origin meaning ‘splendid’.

Rosette – A petitte woman who is like a little rose

Rosi – She looks exactlly like a rose

Rosia – To resamble a rose

Rosina – Italian variation of Rose, origin meaning rose, a flower’.

Rosmunda – Italian variation of Rosamund, origin meaning horse protection’.

Rossana – She who brings the brightness of a dawn

Rossella – Variant spelling of Italian Rosella, meaning ‘rose.’

Rufina – A woman who is of red hair

Ruth – Beautful friend

Italian girl names starting with S

Sabina – From the Sabine tribe

Sabrina

Sabrina – From the River Severn

Salvatrice – Italian form of Latin Salvatrix, meaning ‘savior.’

Samanta – Italian form of English Samantha, meaning ‘heard of God,’ ‘his name is El,’ or ‘name of God.’

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

Samuella – A woman whose prayer has been heard by God

Sancia

Sancia – The name Sancia is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘sacred’.

Sandra – Defender of mankind, short for Alessandra, Italian form of the Greek Alexandra

Sandra – Sandra as a girl’s name is of English origin and is a short form of the Greek name Alexandra meaning ‘man’s defender’.

Santa – The name Santa is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian origin meaning ‘saint’.

Santuzza – Santuzza as a girl’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘holy’.

Sara – Princess

Sardinia – The name Sardinia is a girl’s name of Italian origin.

Sarita – The name Sarita is a girl’s name of Italian, Israeli origin, meaning princess’.

Saveria – Feminine form of Italian Saverio, meaning ‘a new house.’

Savina – Feminine form of Italian Savino, meaning ‘Sabine, a follower of another religion.’

Scilla – Old-time, ancient

Scirocco – Scirocco as a boy’s name (also used as girl’s name Scirocco), is of Italian and Arabic origin, and the meaning of Scirocco is ‘warm wind’.

Sebastiana – Feminine form of Italian Sebastiano, meaning ‘from Sebaste,’ a town in Asia Minor.

Secca – One who is shallow

Selini – The Moon

Selvaggia – Italian name meaning ‘wild.’

Serafina – Fiery ones

Serafina – Feminine form of Italian Serafino, meaning ‘burning one’ or ‘serpent.’ Compare with other forms of Serafina.

Serena

Serena – Serene and tranquil one

Serenella – The name Serenella is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘serene’.

Sergio – An attendant, a servant

Serra – Italian name meaning ridge

Sicily – Sicily as a girl’s name refers to a large island off Italy. Many Italian immigrants to America have their roots in Sicily.

Sidonia – A woman who comes from the acient city of Sidon

Siella – She who is high as a mountain

Siena – A city in the Tuscany region of Italy

Siena – The name Siena is a girl’s name of Italian origin.

Sienna – The name Sienna is a girl’s name of Italian origin.

Sigismonda – Sigismonda as a girl’s name is of Italian and Old German origin meaning ‘victorious shield’.

Sigismunda – Sigismunda as a girl’s name is of Italian and Old German origin, and the meaning of Sigismunda is ‘victorious shield’. Sigismunda is related to the name Sigismonda.

Sigmonda – Sigmonda as a girl’s name is of Italian and Old German origin, and the meaning of Sigmonda is ‘victorious shield’. Sigmonda is related to the name Sigismonda.

Sigmunda – Sigmunda as a girl’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Sigmunda is ‘victorious shield’. Sigmunda is related to the German name Sigismonda.

Silva – Italian variation of Silvia, origin meaning from the woods’, ‘from the forest’.

Silvana – Silvana as a girl’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘woodland or forest’.

Silvano – Wood

Silvestra – A woman of the forest

Silvia

Silvia – Feminine form of Italian Silvio, meaning ‘from the forest.’ Compare with another form of Silvia.

Silvina – Silvina as a girl’s name is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Silvina is ‘forest’. Silvina is related to the name Sylvia.

Simona – Italian variation of Simone, origin meaning hearkening’.

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

Simonetta – The name Simonetta is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘harkening’.

Sipriana – Sipriana as a girl’s name is a variant of Cipriana (Italian), and the meaning of Sipriana is ‘from Cyprus’.

Sipriane – Sipriane as a girl’s name is a variant of Cipriana (Italian), and the meaning of Sipriane is ‘from Cyprus’.

Siprianne – Siprianne as a girl’s name is a variant of Cipriana (Italian) and Cypris (Greek), and the meaning of Siprianne is ‘from Cyprus’.

Sirocco – Sirocco is a boy or girl’s name meaning ‘warm wind’ that derives from the Italian or Arabic name Scirocco.

Sistine – Refers to the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican

Sistine – A name of the Vatican chapel with Michelangelo’s frescoed cealing

Socca – A food name, a kind of a pancake

Sofia – Variant spelling of Greek Sophia, meaning ‘wisdom.’ This form of the name is in wide use throughout Europe by the Finnish, Italians, Germans, Norwegians, Portuguese and Swedish.

Sofonisba – The God Ba’al has sheltered her

Sonia – Italian and Portuguese form of Russian Sonya, meaning ‘wisdom.’

Sonnet – A lyric poem

Sophia – Wisdom

Sorella – A sisterly woman

Speranca – Speranca as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Speranca is ‘hope’. Speranca is related to the name Speranza.

Speranza – Speranza as a girl’s name is of Italian origin meaning of Speranza is ‘hope’.

Stansie

Stefania – Feminine form of Italian Stefano, meaning ‘crown.’ Compare with other forms of Stefania.

Stella – Like a star

Stellabella – She is as beautiful as the most brilliant star on the sky

Stellina – A little shining star

Susana – Variant spelling of Latin Susanna, meaning ‘lily.’ In use by the Italians, Portuguese and Spanish.

Susanna – Variant of Hebrew Susannah. In the apocryphal Book of Tobit Susannah courageously defended herself against wrongful accusation. White lilies grew in the Biblical city of Susa in Persia.

Susi – Short from Susanna, meaning a woman who is like a rose or a lily flower

Suzetta – Little lily

Sylvain – Wood

Sylvana – Variant spelling of Italian Silvana, meaning ‘from the forest.’

Sypriana – Sypriana as a girl’s name is a variant of Cipriana (Italian), and the meaning of Sypriana is ‘from Cyprus’.

Syprianne – Syprianne as a girl’s name is a variant of Cipriana (Italian), and the meaning of Syprianne is ‘from Cyprus’.

Italian girl names starting with T

Taide – Derived from ancient greek, thais. A famous greek hetaera who lived during the time of Alexander the Great

Tala – Form of Natalia. Meaning the birthday of Jesus Christ.

Tasha – Christ’s birthday

Tatiana – (Russian: Татьяна): Feminine form of Latin Tatianus, probably meaning ‘father.’ In use by the Italians, Portuguese, Romanians, Russians and Spanish.

Tazia – Abbreviation of Anastasia one who will be reborn.

Tea – Tea as a girl’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘gift of God’ or ‘wild rose’. It is a short form of Teresa and Teadora.

Tecla – Italian and Spanish form of Greek Thekla, meaning ‘glory of God.’

Teodora – The name Teodora is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian, Polish origin meaning ‘gift of God’.

Teofila – Feminine form of Italian Teofilo, meaning ‘God’s friend.’

Teresa

Teresa – The name Teresa is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian, Portuguese origin meaning ‘to harvest’.

Terina – Italian variation of Theresa, origin meaning to harvest’.

Tersa – Italian variation of Theresa, origin meaning to harvest’.

Terza – Italian variation of Tertia, origin meaning third’, ‘delightful’.

Tessa – Harvester

Tiberia – Of the Tiber river

Tina – Short form of Italian names ending with -tina.

Titian

Tiziana – Feminine form of Italian Tiziano, meaning ‘of the Titans.’

Toltse – Sweet

Toma

Tomassa – Italian variation of Thomasina.

Tonia – Italian and Spanish short form of Latin Antonia, possibly meaning ‘invaluable.’

Tosca – The name Tosca is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘from Tuscany’.

Toscana – The regional capital of Florence, Italy

Traviata – Traviata as a girl’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘one who goes astray’.

Trilby – one who sings musical trills

Trota – A philosophical and self sufficient being

Italian girl names starting with U

Uberrta – Uberrta as a girl’s name is a variant of Uberta (Italian).

Uberta – Uberta as a girl’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘bright or shining intellect’.

Ubertha – Ubertha as a girl’s name is a variant of Uberta (Italian).

Urbana – The one who lives in the city

Italian girl names starting with V

Vahnda – Vahnda as a girl’s name is a variant of the German name Vanda.

Valentina – Healthy, strong

Valentina – Strong, vigourous, healthy

Valeria – Feminine form of Italian Valerio, meaning ‘to be healthy, to be strong.’ Compare with another form of Valeria.

Vallea – The name Vallea is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘Valley’.

Vallombrosa – Vallombrosa as a girl’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘shady valley’. It is the name of a forest resort near Florence, Italy, which is famous for its Benedictine monastery.

Valombrosa – Valombrosa as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Valombrosa is ‘shady valley’. Valombrosa is related to the Italian name Vallombrosa.

Vanda – Italian equivalent of German Wanda, meaning ‘a Wend, a wanderer,’ a term used to refer to migrant Slavs in the sixth century.

Vanna – Short form of Italian Giovanna, meaning ‘God is gracious.’ Compare with another form of Vanna.

Vannda – Vannda as a girl’s name is of Italian and Czechoslovakian origin meaning ‘family or wanderer’.

Vedetta – Vedetta as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Vedetta is ‘sentry’. Vedetta is related to the Italian name Vedette.

Vedette – Vedette as a girl’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘sentry or scout’. The French term ‘vedette’ means something that is separate or singled out, as in a sentry or scout.

Velia – Italian name derived from the Roman family name Velius, meaning ‘concealed.’

Venetia – The name Venetia is a girl’s name of Italian origin.

Venette – Woman of Venice

Venezia – The name Venezia is a girl’s name of Italian origin.

Venice – The name Venice is a girl’s name of Italian origin.

Ventura – Place name for a northern Italian city

Vera – Place name for a town in Italy and also an area in southern California

Vernice – Bringing victory

Verona – Verona as a girl’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘from Verona’, a northern Italian city popular with tourists.

Veronica – Victory bearer

Via – The name Via is a girl’s name of Italian origin.

Vianca – Canadian variant of Bianca, meaning white.

Vicenza – Vicenza as a girl’s name refers to an Italian city known for its architecture, as in its buildings designed by the great Renaissance architect Palladio.

Vincenza – Feminine form of Italian Vincenzo, meaning ‘conquering.’

Vinceta – Italian variation of Vincentia.

Viola – The name Viola is a girl’s name of Italian, Latin origin meaning ‘violet’.

Violetta – Italian diminutive form of Latin Viola, meaning ‘violet color’ or ‘violet flower.’

Virginia – Virgin woman

Vita – Filled with life

Vitalia – Feminine form of Italian Vitale, meaning ‘of life, vital.’ Compare with another form of Vitalia.

Vittoria – Italian form of Roman Latin Victoria, meaning ‘conqueror’ or ‘victory.’

Vivia – The name Vivia is a girl’s name of Italian origin meaning ‘life’.

Viviana – Victor

Viviana – The name Viviana is a girl’s name of Spanish, Italian, Latin origin meaning ‘life’.

Vivianna – Bubbly and a zest for life, takes nothing for granted.

Vivienne – Alive

Vohnda – Vohnda as a girl’s name is a variant of the German name Vanda.

Vonda – Vonda as a girl’s name is a variant of the German name Vanda.

Italian girl names starting with X

Xaviera – Feminine form of Italian Xaviero, meaning ‘a new house.’

Xiomara – Variation of Xiamara which means Joyful deer

Italian girl names starting with Y

Yacinta – Yacinta as a girl’s name is of Spanish, Greek, and Italian origin, and the meaning of Yacinta is ‘hyacinth’.

Yacintha – Yacintha as a girl’s name is of Spanish, Greek, and Italian origin, and the meaning of Yacintha is ‘hyacinth’.

Ymelda – Ymelda as a girl’s name is of German and Italian origins, and the meaning of Ymelda is ‘universal battle’.

Ysabelle – Consecrated to God

Yuberta – Yuberta as a girl’s name is of Italian origin, and the meaning of Yuberta is ‘bright or shining intellect’. Yuberta is a variant of the Italian name Uberta.

Italian girl names starting with Z

Zelmira – The name Zelmira is a girl’s name of Arabic, Italian origin meaning ‘brilliant one’.

Zeta – Variant spelling of Italian Zita, meaning ‘little girl.’ Compare with another form of Zeta.

Zippora – Fair, light-skinned

Zita – Italian name meaning ‘little girl.’

Zoela – Zoela as a girl’s name has Italian origins. The meaning of Zoela is ‘lump of earth’. Is related to the name Zola.

Zola – Zola as a girl’s name is of Italian origin meaning ‘lump of earth’.

Zolia – Zolia as a girl’s name has Italian origins. The meaning of Zolia is ‘lump of earth’. Is related to the name Zola.

Zorah – Piece of the earth