Italian cultures are portrayed in the media quite a lot with popular culture icons such as Sophia Loren and Donatella Versace, but many female Italian names remain unknown and are not considered when searching for popular baby names. If you’re one of those dads or moms looking for an original name for your child then how about considering one of these?
Tips For Choosing Your Baby Girls Name
Before I share with you my list of top Italian girl names here are a few tips for choosing the right name for your baby girl.
– Consider your family heritage and culture. It’s a great way to pay homage to both you and your child’s background (and hopefully an interesting topic of conversation for them when they’re older).
– Don’t let current trends decide, remember you are naming your child for their lives not just the year they were born!
– Avoid names that are too common and stick with one that is memorable. You want people to say “oh what a beautiful name” not “really?”
– Make sure it fits with your surname. No matter how gorgeous you may think carmen solis sounds if it doesn’t fit with the rest of your last name then change it!
Italian Names For Girls: My Top 10 List For 2021
There you have it, ten beautiful Italian names for your baby girl. These are by no means the only options but they are some of my personal favourites and should get you thinking about some new possibilities. Now onto more popular Italian girl names.
5 Popular Italian Female Names
I’ll begin by sharing 5 popular Italian girl names and their meanings. These are my favorite 5 Italian girl names and might be names to consider naming your child.
You might notice that all these names end in the letter A with the short vowel “a” sound rather than the long vowel A.
1.Nadia – A very beautiful baby name of Arabic origin meaning “hope”.
2.Gabriella – The Italian version of the baby name Gabrielle, which comes from the Hebrew language and means ‘hero’.
3.Valentina – A hot baby name with origins in the Latin word valens, meaning ‘healthy and strong’.
4.Isabella – A baby name with Hebrew origins meaning ‘pledged to God’.
5.Sophia – In Italian, this name means “wisdom”. Sophia is considered a baby girl name of both Italian and Greek origin and since it has gained popularity in various cultures around the world over time.
5 Common Italian Girl Names
Now these fantastic Italian baby girl names are pretty popular and are quite common especially amongst some of my friends. Did you realise these names had Italian origins?
1.Giulia – The baby name Giulia means ‘war’. This is an Italian baby girl name with Latin origins.
2.Luce – A baby girl name that means ‘light’ in Italian and has Latin origins. Not as popular as the baby boy names Luke or Lucas, who are sometimes confused with each other already!
3.Lisa – A baby girl name with Germanic origins, but pretty popular in Italian families too. Lisa is a baby name meaning ‘devoted to God’ or
4.Luisa – The baby name Luisa means ‘famous warrior’ and is an Italian baby girl name with Germanic origins.
5.Maria – This baby name has biblical origins and means ‘the sea of bitterness’ or is the Italian baby name for Mary.
5 Strange Italian Girl Names
Now these baby girl names are a little bit more unusual, but I think they sound really cool!
1.Dia – Most baby names have Celtic origins, but this Italian baby girl name has Latin ones and means ‘goddess’.
2.Giusy – Again another baby name with Latin origins. Giusy translates to ‘the earth’ or is a baby girl name meaning ‘blood of Jesus’.
3. Leti – This baby name has Latin origins and is a baby girl name meaning ‘blind’ or ‘perceived’.
4.Antonietta – This baby girls’ name has Latin origins and means ‘the one who listens’.
5.Caterina – Another baby girls’ Italian baby names with Latin origins, this time meaning the same as Catherine – it’s just dipped in some Italian flavour!
Will Your Baby Have An Italian Name?
I hope you liked my top Italian names for girls, along with more common and strange Italian girl names. Please do share your favourite name in the comments below or let me know if i’ve missed a favorite Italian name would like to see.
As you can see there’s no shortage of unique and beautiful Italian baby girls names that will make everyone who hears them think “what a great name”, now all you have to do is choose one.
Note: I have chosen these Italian baby girl names because they are some of the most popular amongst Italian people and therefore many families around the world have given their children these names. The list has been created by me based on research and feedback from friends and strangers.
I hope these Italian girl names for babies were helpful, good luck!
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