Modern Italian Baby Girl Names

Modern Italian Baby Girl Names

Modern Italian Baby girl Names, Italian Baby girl Names, Baby girl Names of Italian, italian baby girl names and meanings, top 100 italian girls names list.

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ClarissaBright and clearDetail
ChiaraBright and clearDetail
CelesteSublimeDetail
FulviaBlonde-hairedDetail
BeatriceVoyagerDetail
CaradarlingDetail
AureliaGoldenDetail
AugustaExaltedDetail
FrancescaWoman from FranceDetail
AlexandraA feminine form of Alexander meaning defender of men, used in Britain since early 13th century; it became popular after the marriage of the 1863 marriage of future King Edward VII to Princess Alexandra of denmark.Detail
MadonnaLady of mineDetail
LauraBay laurel treeDetail
LadonnaLady-likeDetail
PaolaTiny, petiteDetail
ReginaQueenDetail
donnaLady-likeDetail
AgnesePure.Detail
VitaFilled with lifeDetail
RosettaRose blossomDetail
FabiaLovely beanDetail
Serena“tranquil”, “calm”, “serene”Detail
VeronaUnclearDetail
LaurettaBay laurel treeDetail
VenetiaFrom VenetiaDetail
RosaliaBeautiful roseDetail
Brunadark haired.Detail
GiuliaSoft-hairedDetail
GiustinaFair, rightfulDetail
TatianaUnclearDetail
ScillaOld-time, ancientDetail
CamillaPriest's attendantDetail
AlonzaReady for battle.Detail
RenataRebornDetail
BambiLittle girlDetail
CaprianaUnclearDetail
AgnellaPure.Detail
SerafinaFrom the seraph.Detail
Ysabelconseacrated to God.Detail
MarcellaYoung warrior, rendered to MarsDetail
UrbanaThe one who lives in the cityDetail
GinaQueenDetail
GaetanaFrom Gaete.Detail
MariettaWished-for child; rebellion; bitter.Detail
OrianaGolden, sunriseDetail
ZitaSmall girlDetail
CalendreLark.Detail
CarmelinaGarden.Detail
GabbieWoman of God. An Italian form of the Hebrew name Gabriel.Detail
GabyGoD's able-boDieD one.Detail
ConstanzaConstancy; steadfastness.Detail
GloriaWoman of gloryDetail
CatarinaForm of the Greek Catherine meaning pure.Detail
FaustinaThe lucky oneDetail
PriscillaOld-time, ancientDetail
ViolaViolet flowerDetail
AlbiniaWhite. A feminine form of Albin, introduced into Britain from Italy in the early 17th century. The name was frequently used by members of the aristocratic Cecil family and their descendants.Detail
BenignaGracious.Detail
Teresinawhich is a popular saint's name of uncertain meaning.Detail
LiaBeautiful roseDetail
StellaLike a starDetail
VincenzaThe one who conqueredDetail
CalindaContemporary blend of the Italian/Greek Calandra with Linda.Detail
CalyndaContemporary blend of the Italian/Greek Calandra with Linda.Detail
CereliaOf the spring.Detail
GaetaneFrom Gaete.Detail
CiraSun.Detail
Jemmadove. Little dove. In the Old Testament, Jemima was one of the three beautiful daughters of Job (the other two were Keziah and Keren).Detail
NiciaPeople's victory.Detail
CameoSculptured jewel.Detail
FlorenzaFlowering.Detail
GhitaPearl.Detail
SanciaHoly.Detail
BiceVoyagerDetail
VeronicaVictory bearerDetail
EleanoraShining light, or bright one. AGreek Helen.Detail
GulielmaAn Italian feminine form of William, meaning resolute or determined protector.Detail

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