Luciano 🔥

Gender: Male Pronunciation: loo-CHAHN-oh Meaning of Luciano: "light" Origin of Luciano: Italian variation of Lucian Luciano's Popularity in 2019: #465

Luciano Origin and Meaning

The name Luciano is a boy's name of Spanish, Italian origin meaning "light".

A vibrant, operatic Latin choice.

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Nozomi Says:


I agree! Had no idea it was Loo-CHAN-oh...I much prefer the other pronunciation.

Nozomi Says:


I like Luca but not Luciano much don't know why...

Daphodil Says:


Kind of crushing on Luciano nn Luca these days :)

Guest Says:


the only thing keeping me from using this name is the pronunciation problems my future son would come across. I do love Romantic Italian names. I would call him Lucky for short (unfortunately there's that Lucky Luciano connection) or Luc like Sarah P did. :)

Theodora_Phoenix Says:


Very handsome! Sounds like a great name.

Sarah P. Says:


In Italian it is pronounced loo-CHA-no. In Spanish it is pronounced loo-see-ah-no. We have a very Italian last name so we wanted to keep the first name in sync.

Guest Says:


Loo-CHAN-oh? Did not expect that! Oops!

However I do like the pronounciation of Luciano as Luci-a-no

Myosotis Says:


I always thought both Loo-see-ah-no, and Loo-chee-ah-no were valid pronunciations, because there are more than one for Luciana. But I just looked it up, and it's said Loo-CHAN-oh. I prefer Loo-see-ah-no.

ShannonLim Says:


How is it pronounced then?

Sarah P. Says:


Our son's name is Luciano, Luc for short. It often is mispronounced as loo-see-ah-no or loo-chi-ah-no, but at four he understands that not everyone knows how to say his name at first and kindly corrects them. Honestly, a couple of his grandparents can't even say it right, but he hasn't noticed yet. I think it's a strong name that will grow with him and there's a very good chance he'll be the only Luciano in his small school.