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300+ Italian Girl Names

  1. SaritaHeart
    • Origin:

      Italian and Spanish, diminutive of Sara
    • Description:

      Delicately pretty name all but unknown here.
  2. CadenzaHeart
    • Origin:

      Italian, musical term
    • Description:

      Cadenza takes the popular CADENCE and gives it a more operatic flourish.
  3. MicheleHeart
    • Origin:

      Feminine variation of Michael
    • Meaning:

      "who is like God"
    • Description:

      Onetime superstar name (Number 4 in the seventies) that's now in steep decline. Today's feminine is more likely to be some form of Michaela...or Makayla.
  4. GraziellaHeart
    • Origin:

      Italian, diminutive of Grazia or variation of Grace
    • Meaning:

      "grace"
    • Description:

      Graziella, an Italian form of Grace, is another Latin version that adds spice. Consider Graziella as a distinctive alternative to either Grace or Gabriella.
  5. EleonaraHeart
    • Origin:

      Italian, German, Dutch, and Polish version of Eleanor
    • Meaning:

      "bright, shining one"
    • Description:

      The usual form of Eleonara is Eleanora, with each syllable pronounced, but transposing, adding, or subtracting a vowel or syllable here or there works fine and adds to the international, feminine spin on a solid name.
  6. DomenicaHeart
    • Origin:

      Italian feminine form of Dominic
    • Meaning:

      "belonging to the Lord"
    • Description:

      Much fresher and more energetic than Dominique.
  7. IsabettaHeart
    • Origin:

      Short form of Elisabetta, Italian variation of Elizabeth
    • Meaning:

      "pledged to God"
    • Description:

      Isabetta is a charming spin on both the Elizabeth and Isabella families and a new way to go if you love the originals but want something more, well, original. Isabetta Rose is the name chosen by Amber and Rob Mariano for their daughter. If you're searching for Italian names for girls that make an easy transition to the English-speaking world, this should be high on your list.
  8. RosanaHeart
    • Origin:

      Portuguese form of Roxana
    • Meaning:

      "bright, dawn"
    • Description:

      This elegant, minimally-spelled name could be a variant of Rosanna/Roseanna. But it's also the Portuguese version of Roxana, with all the meaning and history of the name, but none of the "Roxanne" associations.
  9. BellezzaHeart
    • Origin:

      Italian
    • Meaning:

      "beauty"
    • Description:

      Beauty con brio italiano.
  10. CinziaHeart
    • AmataHeart
      • Origin:

        Italian feminine variant of the Latin Amatus
      • Meaning:

        "beloved"
      • Description:

        Name that's virtually unknown here but has a lovely meaning and a simple sound and spelling.
    • GiorgiaHeart
      • RaffaellaHeart
        • Origin:

          Italian variation of Hebrew Raphaela
        • Meaning:

          "God heals"
        • Description:

          Raffaella is the Italian form of the lovely name Raphaela, the female version of the angel's name Raphael, gorgeous in any spelling or international variation. Raffaella is one of the most appealing Italian baby names for girls.
      • BambalinaHeart
        • Origin:

          Italian
        • Meaning:

          "little girl"
        • Description:

          Better saved for a doll.
      • RialtaHeart
        • Origin:

          Italian
        • Meaning:

          "deep brook"
        • Description:

          Unique choice, with a pleasant antique feel.
      • SanciaHeart
        • Origin:

          Italian, from Latin
        • Meaning:

          "sacred"
        • Description:

          Rarely heard outside Italy, could make an interesting import.
      • HonorataHeart
        • PhebeHeart
          • Origin:

            Akan, Ghanaian
          • Meaning:

            "born on Friday"
          • Description:

            Though often Anglicized as Phoebe, Phebe has separate roots. It originated as a variation of Afua, an Akan day name, and commonly used among enslaved people in America.
        • AgnellaHeart
          • BrioHeart
            • Origin:

              Italian
            • Meaning:

              "vivacity, zest"
            • Description:

              Brio is a musical term with great verve and energy, with possibilities as a first name on the heels of such choices as Cadence, Allegra, and Rio.