Italian Word Names

One new direction -- or is it two? -- for the intrepid baby namer is toward foreign-word names, which combine two of today's coolest trends. We combed our own diccionarios for Italian words that could make perfectly appropriate, attractive baby names. But no reason to stop here--consider words from the language of your own ethnic background, be it Czech or Chinese, and add them to the list of your personal possibilities.
  • Gemella

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  • Gemma

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    Gemma is a jewel of a name, an Italian classic that was very popular in 1980s England, but has only recently been started to be used here; it entered the list in 2008, and is already at 269. ... Read More 

  • Giada

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    Giada is a fresh spin on Jade, which has been quietly and stylishly used in English-speaking countries for several years now. Popular cook Giada De Laurentiis made this a possibility, then... Read More 

  • Giovanetta

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  • Grazia

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    With Grace getting so popular, you may want to explore its international variations such as Grazia, or go all the way to Graziana or Graziella.Read More 

  • Lauro

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    A heck of a lot cooler than Larry.Read More 

  • Lavanda

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    Cross between a color name and a La-plus invention. Read More 

  • Lilla

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    Three l's may not be better than two. Consider Willa or Lila instead. Read More 

  • Lilliale

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  • Lindezza

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