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Italian Baby Girl Names Beyond Rosa & Rosetta

Looking for Italian baby girl names? Here are some fresh choices for your little signorina.
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  • Alessia

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    The lovely Alessia would provide a fresh spin on Alexa, Alexis or Alyssa-- all becoming overused -- but probably will often be mistaken for one of those more familiar names. Read More 

  • Amadea

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    Amadea is a strong and musical feminine form of Amadeus, as in Mozart.  Read More 

  • Amalia

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    Amalia is a widely cross-cultural name, heard from Italy to Romania, Germany to Spain to Scandinavia, and recently chosen for the Dutch royal baby. It can be pronounced ah-MAH-lee-a or ah-mah-LEE-a... Read More 

  • Amata

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    Name that's virtually unknown here but has a lovely meaning and a simple sound and spelling. Read More 

  • Amica

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    Amica is a word meaning girlfriend that is not often used as a name in Italy, but it would sound pretty and namelike elsewhere. Read More 

  • Aurelia

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    Aurelia is the shimmering female form of the Roman classic Aurelius, very common in the Roman Empire and currently experiencing a resurgence in the US -- it was one of the fastest-rising names in 2... Read More 

  • Bruna

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    Possibility for a dark-haired babe.  Read More 

  • Chiara

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    Chiara is a lovely and romantic Italian name that's familiar but not widely used here: a real winner. You might consider Chiara instead of Claire, Clara, Cara, or even Keira. Santa Chiara, Aglici... Read More 

  • Donatella

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    Stylish and dramatic, a la Donatella Versace.  Read More 

  • Elettra

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    Less electric and melodratic, more serene, than ELECTRA Read More 

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