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  1. #1
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    Names in an Italian class

    I thought it would be interesting to let you see the names of the students in my future class.
    I didn't include foreign names because those wouldn't make sense in a thread about Italian names.
    Most people don't have middle names here in Italy.

    Boys:
    Alessandro x2
    Alessandro Francesco
    Andrea (Here it's used as a boy name)
    Davide
    Gabriele
    Giorgio
    Federico x2
    Luca
    Marco x2
    Piergiorgio
    Riccardo

    Girls:
    Alessia
    Caterina
    Eleonora
    Eleonora Giulia
    Elisa
    Gaia
    Giulia x2
    Lisa
    Marta
    Malvina
    Sabrina
    Silvia
    Michelle
    Italian teenberry with synesthesia. Environmentally obsessed.
    I have a habit of disappearing for sometime and then reappearing.

    Clara - Hilary - Leah - Margot - Nina
    Archer - Calvin - Gordon - Leander - Oscar

  2. #3
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    I absolutely love Eleonora - what a stunning name.
    ⋆ Margaret Mary ⋆

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    Abel ⋆ Archer ⋆ Asher ⋆ August ⋆ Benedict ⋆ Edmund ⋆ Fletcher ⋆ Francis ⋆ Gabriel ⋆ Isaac ⋆ Jack ⋆ Joah ⋆ John ⋆ Josiah ⋆ Jude ⋆ Nathanael ⋆ Nicholas ⋆ Noah ⋆ Raphael ⋆ Reuben ⋆ Samuel ⋆ Sebastian ⋆ Tobias ⋆ Zachariah

  3. #5
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    i actually know many Eleonora , Caterina , Sylvia , Giorgo ( my lil brother name) , Marco and Andrea (i know only male Andrea )

    Sometimes it takes darkness and the sweet confinement of your aloneness to learn

    Anything or anyone that doesn't bring you alive

    Is too small for you

    DAVID WHYTE

  4. #7
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    Mar 2012
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    Caterina and Sabrina are adorable. I never particularly thought of Sabrina as Italian though. And it would make a lovely alternative to Sophia, which is so popular here.

  5. #9
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    I love Italian names especially Gaia, Giulia, Giovanna and Alessandra for girls and Marco and Giovanni for boys.

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