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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 but rarely heard in modern America. The name of several minor early saints, Aurelia has the righ... 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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