Female Italian names



robert

– man

Carlotta

– man

Carmela

– vineyard

Carmina

– vineyard

Katerina

– pure

Kinziya

– woman from Kintos

Cyprian

– from Cyprus

Klara

– bright

Claretta

– clear, bright

Cosima

– order, beauty

Colombina

– dove

Konkettina

– concept

Consetta

– concept

Consollet

– consoled

Consolata

– consoled

Kosma

– order, beauty

Christina

– follower of Christ

Kristiena

– follower Хр

Krokifissa

– cross, crucified

Crossetta

– cross, crucified

Calogera

– beautiful, older

Calendra

– lark

Caprice

– impulsive, driven by whim

Lauretta

– small laurel

Leticia

– happiness

Liya

– tired

Lenor

– foreign, other

Loreden

– laurel grove

Lorenz

– from Laurentum

Ludovic

– famous warrior

Luigia

– famous warrior

Luigina

– famous warrior

Luizella

– famous warrior

Lucretia

– rich

Luciana

– light

Luce

– famous warrior

Maddalena

– from Magdalah

Margherita

– pearl

Marziya

– warrior

Marayatta

– small favorite

Marcella

– warrior

Marta

– lady

Maura

– black, moor

Mileda

– favor, grace

Mimi

– beloved

Mirella

– delighting

Mitchell

– who is like God?

Michelina

– who is like God?

Michelangela

– angel, messenger

Monga

– listening

Melvolia

– ill-will

Marilla

– favorite

Marinella

– from the sea

Mafolda

– mighty in battle

Nanziottella

– declaring

Nanzietina

– declaring

Nansia

– declaring

Natale

– birthday, or Christmas

Nereza

– darkness

Nerezza

– darkness

Nerina

– water

Nicoletta

– people’s victory

Nikolina

– people’s victory

Nilda

– woman warrior

Noelia

– christmas, d рождения birth of the god

Noemi

– pleasantness

Norina

– honor, valor

Norm

– standard, rule

Orlanda

– famous land

Ornella

– flowering ash

Orsina

– bearlike

Orsola

– small bear

Orebella

– golden, beautiful

Ottavia

– the eighth

Palmyra

– pilgrim

Paola

– small

Paolina

– small

Patricia

– noblewoman

Pearl

– pearl

Perlite

– pearl

Pina

– short for names ending in “pin”

Pirate

– with ala, stone

Pirina

– rock, stone

Pitrina

– rock, stone

Peskuelina

– Easter baby

Raymonda

– wise protector

Rachel

– sheep

Renata

– reborn

Riccarda

– strong and brave

Robert

– famous

Rose

– rose

Rosabella

– beautiful rose

Rosella

– rose

Rosetta

– small rose

Rosabel

– beautiful rose

Roselva

– white rose

rozengela

– rose – angel

Rosanna

– graceful rose

Romana

– roman

Romilda

Romola

– from Rome

Rosalba

– white rose

Rosanna

– graceful rose

Rosaria

– rosary

Rosina

– rose

Rossella

– rose

Raffaella

– god has healed

Sandra

– the protector of humanity

Santa

– the holy

Sebastian

– from Sebeyst (a city in Asia Minor)

Celeste

– heavenly

Celia

– heaven

Selvagia

– wild

Serafina

– mountain

Silvan

– from the forest

Simon

– listening

Simonetta

– listening

Sisera

– hairy

Sla rissa

– it is known

Stephenia

– crown

Susana

– lily

– new house

Savina

-Sabina

Salvatris

– savior

Samuel

– God listened

Samantha

– God listened

Sanctza

– holy

Theophilus

– friend of God

Tizien

– of the Titans

Tina

– abbreviation for names , ending with “tina”

Tonia

– inestimable

Fiorella

– a small flower

Fiorelba

– a flower of dawn

Federica

– a peaceful ruler

Felisa

– lucky

Felicity

– held, luck

Ferdinand

– prepared for the trip

Philomena

– strong love

Fin

– burning

Fiorentz

– flowering

Fiemmetta

– shooting and small fire

Florian

– flower

Francesca

– free

Frank

– free

Fulvia

– yellow

Fabrizia

– master

Chiara

– clear, bright

Chièrina

– clear, bright

Edwij

– militant

Edda

– militant

Edmond

– defender of prosperity

Elda

– slain

Eleonora

– foreign, other

Elettra

– bright, shining

Elma

– helmet, protection

Elnor

– foreign, other

Elo sa

– very healthy

Emilian

– competing

Enrica

– housekeeper

Erminia

– female Erminio form, unknown value

Ernest

– fight with death

Ercilia

– thin

Eulalia

– courteous

Euphemia

– courteous



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