Italian Baby Girl Names Beyond Rosa & Rosetta

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

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    Softer and more exotic than Octavia, this is a name once used when it wasn't uncommon for families to have eight children. A possible substitute for the epidemically popular Olivia.Read More 

  • Paolina

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    Turning Paul or Paol -- whether it's as Paolo, Paolina, or even Paola -- instantly makes it more romantic and appealing. Read More 

  • Placida

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    A name that's more familiar in its male form, Placido, but this can be a similar-feeling alternative to Serena.Read More 

  • Venezia

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    This is the Italian way to say Venice -- Ven-ETZ-ee-a -- but you might also opt for the softer Venetia or Venice itself.Read More 

  • Violetta

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    Violetta is a more vibrantly colored, feminissima form of Violet. It is the name of the heroine of the Verdi opera La Traviata--in fact Violetta was the original title of the work.Read More 

  • Viviana

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    Lively and rhythmic version of Vivian heard in Italy and Spain. A vivid choice. Read More 

  • Zola

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    When the Eddie Murphys named their fourth daughter Zola, it affirmed the up-and-coming status of the name, which has African roots, but also literary links to Emile Zola. Read More 

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