Milan, Rome, Venice—in addition to being great places to visit, they are unique Italian baby names. But if you are looking for more traditional Italian or Latin names, Antonio, Angelo, and Mia are popular picks.
From Vera to Carina, here are some of our favorite 2017 picks to get your search started.
An Italian word meaning "air" or "melody," Aria is also the Hebrew word for "lioness." As a musical term, the word refers... Read More
Italian: God is my strength; feminine form of Gabriel
This Italian name is most associated with Dante's Inferno, part of Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy. Inferno details the... Read More
Italian: Defender of mankind; short for Alessandra, Italian form of the Greek Alexandra
Italian: Place name for a town in Italy and also an area in southern California
Italian: White, shining; variant of Blanche
Italian: Lady, a respectful title and female equivalent of Don
Italian: A lyric poem
Italian: Fanciful, whimsical; derived from the Italian word capriccio
A strong male name with a fierce meaning of "lion" and "bold", this boy name has spanned centuries from artist Leonardo da... Read More
Italian: Defender of mankind; feminine form of Alexander
Latin: Attendant, servant
Italian: White; a place name
Italian: Little darling
Latin: Keel; one of the five stars in the Orion constellation
Never has a name meaning "angel" seemed so manly. Angelo is a classic Italian name that evokes images of mafia dons and male... Read More
Latin: Praiseworthy; feminine form of Anthony
Rocco has earned a reputation as a tough guy name, thanks to legendary boxers Rocky Marciano and Rocky Graziano—they... Read More
Italian: God is gracious; feminine form of Giovanni, the Italian cognate of John
Italian: Pet name for Bambino, meaning little child; Bambi is the fawn of Walt Disney''s famous children''s storybook and movie.
Italian: Gift of God
Italian: Variant of Hebrew Susannah. In the apocryphal Book of Tobit Susannah courageously defended herself against wrongful accusation...
Italian: From the east
Italian: A city in the Tuscany region of Italy
Italian: Place name for a northern Italian city
Italian: Wide, broad; in music, largo indicates a very slow tempo