Male Names
  • DeMonte (Italian) - Of the mountain [English speaking countries]

    Modern coinage, most likely from the Italian surname meaning "of the mountain". The name might have been influenced by such coinage as Devonte.

  • Dino (Italian) - N/A [English and Italian speaking countries]

    Italian nickname for names containing -dino.

  • Enzo (Italian) - Uncertain, perhaps home ruler [English speaking countries]

    The meaning of this name is uncertain. It could be an old Italian form of Henry (home ruler); it could derive from Germanic ent "giant"; or it could be a short form of names ending in enzo, such as Vincenzo and Lorenzo.

  • Romello (Italian) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    This name appeared in the US top 1000 during the years 1995 and 1996, and it has seen it's share of use, there is no known meaning for the name and the etymological lineage is unclear.

  • Salvatore (Italian) - Saviour; rescuer [English and Italian speaking countries]

    Italian variation of Salvador

  • Santino (Italian) - Sacred [English speaking countries]

    Endearment of Santo

  • Soren (Italian) - Stern, severe [English speaking countries]

    Søren is the correct spelling. It is derived directly from the Italian name Severino.

  • Valentino (Italian) - Healthy, strong [English speaking countries]
Female Names
  • Bambi (Italian) - Little girl [English speaking countries]
  • Bianca (Italian) - White; fair [English and Italian speaking countries]

    Italian feminine adjective for 'white', from bianco.

    Shakespeare used this name in 'The Taming of the Shrew', for a character who cannot marry until her sister Kate does, and 'Othello', for a courtesan .

    Model and human ri

  • Donna (Italian) - Lady [English speaking countries]

    Donna is not generally used as a given name in Italy because it is seen as being a heriditary title.

  • Ladonna (Italian) - Lady [English speaking countries]

    Modern coinage. Ladonna is a blend of the prefix 'la' and the name Donna, from the Italian meaning "lady".

  • Lia (Italian) - Uncertain, possibly from Rosalia [English speaking countries]

    Shortened form of names ending in -lia, such as Rosalia, but also Cornelia, Julia etc. In the English speaking world it could be an alternate spelling for Leah.

  • Natalia (Italian) - Christ's birthday [English, Italian, Polish, Spanish and Russian speaking countries]

    The original form of the English name "Natalie," Natalia is derived from the Italian "natale," meaning "birthday." The term refers specifically to Christ's birthday - the Italian phrase for "merry Christmas" is "buon natale!", literally "good birthday!"

  • Natalie (Italian) - Christ's birthday [English, French and German speaking countries]

    Natalie is the English form of Natalia, which is derived from the Italian "natale," meaning "birthday." The term refers specifically to Christ's birthday - the Italian phrase for "merry Christmas" is "buon natale!", literally "good birthday!"

  • Nataly (Italian) - Christ's birthday [English speaking countries]

    A variant spelling of Natalie.

  • Natalya (Italian) - Christ's birthday [English and Russian speaking countries]
  • Natasha (Italian) - Christ's birthday [English speaking countries]

    Famous Natashas include actresses Natasha Richardson and Natasha Lyonne, singer Natasha Bedingfield and British newsreader Natasha Kaplinsky.

  • Nathalie (Italian) - Christ's birthday [English and French speaking countries]
  • Perla (Italian) - Pearl [English, Italian and Spanish speaking countries]
  • Siena (Italian) - From the name of the city [English speaking countries]
  • Sienna (Italian) - Reddish orange-brown [English speaking countries]

    Made popular in contemporary times by British actress Sienna Miller.

  • Taryn (Italian) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Modern coinage, possibly influenced by Tara and Karen.

  • Vanna (Italian) - She who sifts [English speaking countries]
  • Viridiana (Italian) - Young; fresh [English speaking countries]
  • Zola (Italian) - N/A [English speaking countries]

    Zola is a European surname with uncertain origins. It gained popularity as a female first name in the 19th century, along with other names like Lola, Nola, Iola, etc.

    Zola is also a Zulu word meaning "peaceful" or "quiet."

Gender Neutral Names