Italian names either have Latin source or are Italian adaptations of names starting in different nations.
The names that simply move off the tongue like a tune, and on the off chance that you pick one for your infant, you can make sure that he/she will catch everyone’s eye of Sophias and Michaels.
Italians have a firm arrangement of guidelines with regards to naming. The primary child is named after the fatherly granddad; the subsequent child is named after the maternal granddad.
Concerning the females, the primary girl is named after the fatherly grandma and the subsequent little girl is named after the maternal grandma. The resulting children can be named after guardians, aunties, uncles, perished relatives, or holy people.
This all unavoidable show has prompted numerous Italian families with offspring of comparative ages having similar names. In some conventional Italian families, it’s compulsory to give kids a name that is associated with a benefactor holy person.
- Alessandro : It means ‘Defender of men’.
- Alice: It means ‘The truth”.
- Andrea: It means “Defender of mankind”.
- Aurora: It means “A wonderful dawn”.
- Chiara: It means “As clear as light”.
- Emma: It means “Universal whole”.
- Gabriele: It means “God has given amazing power”.
- Giorgia: It means “The farmer”.
- Giulia: It means “Youthful”.
- Greta: It means “Family loving”.
- Leonardo: It means “Bold lion”.
- Martina: It means “A war-like woman”.
- Matteo: It means “Gift from the Lord”.
- Riccardo: It means “Strong ruler”.
- Sofia: Itmeans “A wise woman”.
- Achille: It means “Pain”.
- Adelmo: It means “A hard noble”.
- Aelda: It means “A fighter”.
- Alcina : It means “A witch”.
- Aldo: It means “Something old”.
- Alessio: It means “Protector of mankind”.
- Alvar: It means “The elf army”.
- Amanta: It means “Expression and creativity”.
- Amer: It means “Prince”.
- Anthonie: It means “Priceless”.
- Anzia: It means “One armed”.
- Aria: It means “Air as a song or melody”.