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20 Unique Italian Baby Girl Names And Meanings

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Italians have an air of elegance and romance which is carried forward in the names they choose for their babies. This article explains the most popular names for Italian baby girls.

Italian Baby Girl Names

Beautiful Italian Girl Names And Meanings:

You can pick any one from the below some of the Italian Baby Girl Names along with meaning.

1. Sofia:

A melodious, sounding name, Sophia rolls musically off the tongue. A popular name, Sofia’s origins are in Greece and Spain. Meaning wisdom, who wouldn’t want their cute bundle of joy to be a wise one.

2. Isabella:

Derived from Hebrew, Isabella means devoted to God. A name associated with Medieval princesses, queens, and Shakespearean plays. A name such as Isabella can fill your princess with a sense of pride and self confidence combined with sincerity and devotion to her loved ones.

3. Aria:

Bring the magic of music into your child’s life with this melodious name. From Italy comes Aria meaning melody. Let your little one’s heart beat with love and harmony each time you sing out their name.

4. Ariana:

This name has found fame because of pop star Ariana Grande, but it traces its origins back to both Greek and Italian roots meaning “utterly pure” and “very holy one”. In both cases, any baby girl given this beautiful name will be a heavenly angel sent from the Gods.

5. Beatrice:

Beatrice, a name from literature has now gained a fresh, lease of life. Following Princess Beatrice, the name is once again in the limelight. With a glorious meaning “she who brings happiness”, this is a perfect name for a baby who is sure to bring profound happiness to anyone whose heart she touches.

6. Aurora:

From the Latin meaning Dawn, in Roman mythology, the Goddess of sunrise was Aurora whose teardrop was the morning dewdrop. A name your baby will cherish as she brings a ray of sunshine to your lives each day and delight in playing the fairy tale princess Aurora in Sleeping Beauty.

7. Francesca:

From the male Frances, this female version comes from Italy, means “The free one”. A wonderful gesture behind the name suggesting a baby girl grow to become independent and self confident, to grow wings and soar above the rest. The name would be appreciated by anyone who has it.

8. Alessia:

With its Italian and Greek origins, the name Alessia evokes images of Greek Goddesses. The name whilst very feminine and pretty, means defending warrior. Be proud to name your baby girl Alessia as it suggests the woman in her will be strong, supportive and dedicated.

9. Bianca:

A beautiful name and a variant on the French version, Blanche. Bianca means white, shining. Bring light into your life with an adorable baby girl and name her Bianca. Her future should shine bright and her soul as pure as white.

10. Gia:

Gia is a shorter variant of Gianna. A lovely, melodious sound to it when you say it in an Italian accent. The name itself means gracious gift  from God. The child would always feel loved and be gracious knowing that she was a loving gift to her parents from the Almighty.

11. Chiara:

Pronounced Kiara, like tiara, a beautiful Italian name. It means light and clear and is very popular in Italy. Can only imagine a little girl with this name to be graceful and pretty and know her own mind.

12. Giorgia:

Italian variation of Georgia, although it sounds quite upper class, this name actually means farmer though it’s for a female. Naming your baby girl this may suggest she likes animals and is happy in nature and enjoys doing things practically.

13. Noemi:

Italian version of Naomi, it’s an exotic sounding name. Meaning my delight, this name would be ideal for any little girl as each one is a delight for their parents and little Naomi may be an extra special favourite.

14. Bella:

A traditional Italian name was revived after the popularity of the twilight series and Bella Swan. The name goes as fa back as the 13th century. Meaning beautiful, the name itself has a lovely sound, any baby girl is bound to be beautiful especially with this name.

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15. Gabriella:

This Italian name has really risen in popularity lately. A very romantic sounding name. Meaning woman of God or god is my strength, we can imagine a little girl to be of strong character but graceful.

16. Liliana:

Of Italian origin, this name is very popular and means the flower Lily. A beautiful name for an adorable baby girl, who would be as pretty and delicate as the flower itself.

17. Serena:

Derived from Latin and associated with St Serene of Rome from ancient times. The famous Serena is the tennis star Serena Williams. It means tranquil and serene and a little angel with this name is assured to have a calm and gentle nature.

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18. Camilla:

A pretty name which sounds like a flower, Camilla has Italian and Latin roots. Meaning Young attendant, perfect, the baby girl with this name is bound to be an all rounder, pure and perfect.

19. Vittoria:

An Italian name and a variation on Victoria. The name means triumphant and victorious. A strong name to give to a little girl and put her on the right path to becoming a successful young lady with a strong mind.

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20. Ginevra:

A unique Italian name, it means white wave or fair one or yielding. A pretty name to give a young girl with fair hair, Ginevra could become a young lady whose life is fruitful in many ways.

The Italian names are derived from Italian, Spanish and Greek roots. The importance of religion which defines Italian culture and heritage is emphasised in their baby girl names. The names have a melodic quality to them when pronounced in the authentic Italian accent.

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