Italian Baby Boy Names Beyond Giovanni & Giuseppe

Italian baby boy names are heard more often in Rome, Italy than Rome, New York, but are eminently usable here as Italian baby names continue to grow in favor.

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  • Adriano

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    Adriano is a dashing Italian name which gets around the possible gender confusion of Adrian.Read More 

  • Aldo

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    A spirited German name very popular in Italy and occasionally used here, Aldo is one of the unique baby names with international... Read More 

  • Alessandro

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    For anyone seeking a more exotic and unusual version of Alexander, this is a real winner.

    Notable namesakes include the great Italian opera composer Scarlatti and the influential... Read More 

  • Alessio

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    Alessio, simpler than the related Alessandro, would be a welcome settler here. Read More 

  • Amadeo

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    Amadeo and Amedeo are both valid Italian forms of the Roman Amadeus, most famous as the middle name of the composer Mozart as well as the title of a movie about him. Mozart's name was actually the... Read More 

  • Arrigo

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    Think Harry with a go-getter ending. Read More 

  • Aurelio

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    Aurelio is an exotic and energetic Italian name rarely heard here, with an attractive aura. As the female version Aurelia gains greater notice, we expect to hear more from Aurelio too.Read More 

  • Basilio

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  • Benedetto

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    This Italian form of Benedict sidesteps the Benedict Arnold association that still clouds the English version. Read More 

  • Clemente

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    No one will know whether to pronounce that final e, so you might want to stick with the more familiar form.Read More 

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