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Milan, Rome, Venice—in addition to being great places to visit, they are unique Italian baby names. But if you are looking for more traditional Italian or Latin names, Antonio, Angelo, and Mia are popular picks.
From Vera to Carina, here are some of our favorite 2017 picks to get your search started.
Hebrew: Mother of many nations; a feminine form of Abraham
From the Shakespearean play Comedy of Errors
While its meaning of "man from Adrian" is nothing to write home about, there's something special about the dashing Adriano...
Greek: Good, kind
Verdi's opera bears the same name, and is an epic classic tale of love, loyalty, betrayal and courage. It tells of the love...
Italian: White; a place name
Alberto certainly makes a much bigger impression than just plain ol' Albert, from which it originated. (Perhaps it's the...
Italian: In literature, Alcine is a mistress of alluring enchantments and sensual pleasures in the Orlando poems.
German: Wise, elder, sometimes wealthy; variant of Aldo
Italian: Cheerful, lively
Italian: Defender of mankind; feminine form of Alexander
Greek: Defender of man
Italian: Italian form of Alexander defender of man
Alexandra has remianed a popular name for girls, and it's easy to see why. Chic yet strong sounding, it lends itself to several...
Despite its pasta associations, Alfredo remains a fairly popular boys name. As the charmingly fun brother of the buttoned-up...
From the Shakespearean play The Tempest
Italian: Rules the estate
Teutonic: Rules an estate
Italian: Hard working
Latin: Industrious, hard working; variant of Emily