Every parent is looking for the right name for their baby. But in doing so, many go for names that aren’t popular for whatever reason. However, this is a costly mistake because you can’t change the name later.
We’ve all heard stories where parents name their child something that the child ends up growing up to hate it. How can you avoid that? Do some research and check out some popular Italian names to get better idea.
- Abele – “herdsmen”
- Abramo – “Father of many”
- Adalberto – “nobility”
- Adalfieri -noble oath”
- Aldo – “old” or “wise”
- Alessandro – “defender of mankind”
- Alfonso – “noble” and “eager”
- Alfredo – “wise counsellor”
- Armani – “Georgio Armani”
In the past, some parents have named their child after celebrities or fictional characters. Sometimes the parents themselves will choose a name that is not typical. Other times they will choose a name that is not common at all.
Some parents are so overwhelmed with the task of naming their child, they opt for a one-word baby name. And although this has been a popular choice, it’s not always the best decision.
In many cultures around the world, a name is considered an important part of a child’s identity. Besides, it’s a good idea to avoid naming your child the same as their father, which might lead to confusion. So, what should the perfect baby’s name be? Let’s dive into the list of awesome Italian names.
- Adriano – “the Adriatic Sea”
- Angelo – “angel or messenger of God”
- Belvedere – “beautiful to see”
- Bravo – “courageous”
- Basilio – “royal”
- Bosco – “spiritual or traditional”
- Brando – “sword”
- Bernardo – “as brave as a bear”
- Boris – “a wolf or snow leopard”
Best Italian Names
These are the best col and catchy Italian names:
- Callisto – “beautiful”
- Carlos – “farmer”
- Casmiro – “famous”
- Celestino – “heavenly”
- Celio – “divine”
- Cencio – “victorious”
- Ciro – “like the sun”
- Clemente – “gentle and merciful”
- Caro – “pretty strong”
- Cristiano – “follower of Christ”
- Dante – “steadfast”
- Davide – “beloved”
- Desi – “longing”
- Domenico – “belongs to God”
- Drago – “dragon”
- Edgardo – “wealthy and successful”
- Edmondo – “A highly successful and productive man”
- Eduardo – “the holder of rich properties”
- Elio – “one who has the power of Sun”
- Elmo – “one who gives protection”
Tips to Naming Your Babies
There are millions of baby names out there, and while most parents decide on a name and stick with it for the rest of their lives, there are some who wish the best for their future child, but don’t have a clue how to choose a name. These parents may be confused about why they can’t come up with a name for their baby, or they may have tried several times and have given up on the idea.
If you are considering giving your child a name, there are some things you should know:
1. Pick the name you love, even if it is popular.
It is popular and you love it. Anything else you need to think upon? Nope. Go for it. If you want to give it uniqueness, think of a great middle name.
Here are some popular Italian names out there:
- Emanuele- “God is with us”
- Emberto- “someone who is a bright warrior”
- Enrique- “a person who owns large estates and rules them”
- Enzo- “ruler”
- Francesco- “freeman”
- Fabian- “farmer”
- Fausto- “a man of luck”
- Favio- “A man of wisdom and understanding”
2. Do not skip lovely Italian names even if they are unique, unusual, and different.
Sometimes, parents will not go for unusual, unique, and different baby names. They consider it weird. Let me tell you that being attractive and thought provoking is the game these days.
How would you like these Italian names:
- Felix- “a man blessed with luck fortune and success”
- Fiero- “proud”
- Gabriel- “God is my strength”
- Gasparo- “one who possesses a lot of money”
- Geno- “God is love”
- Gilberto- “shining pledge”
- Georgio – “agriculturist”
- Herberto- “bright fighter”
3. Be confident if you want to go toward personalized spellings for your baby’s name.
SURE. You should be confident when giving personalized spellings to your baby’s name. However, it is important that you do not make it weird. Adding or removing an alphabet would be enough here.
Try changing these baby names spellings into personalized ones:
- Ivano- “God is gracious”
- Isaia- “God is salvation”
- Jacopo- “Holder of Heel”
- Julio- “who loves making friends”
- Kara- “beloved”
- Krystallo- “Christ”s follower”
- Leonardo-“Bold lion”
- Lorenzo- “someone who lived in the Italian city Laurentum”
4. Crossing your favorite Italian names on the feedback on friends and family members.
Feedback is important. But it does not mean to listen to every other person’s opinion. You will hardly find Italian names that everybody would like. Therefore, get feedback but still know your choice.
Consider getting feedback on these baby names from your friends and family members:
- Lazaro- “Lazarus”
- Leone- “Lion”
- Luigi- “fighter”
- Luka- “light”
- Matteo- “He who is a gift from the Lord”
- Mano- “Passionate lover”
- Manuel- “God is among us”
5. Do a little research and find what is out there.
Research is important step for the first-time parents as well for those who do not know what sort of names people pick. You will be all good once you do a little internet research. You will also be able to find some great Italian names that you might consider now or in the future.
Here are some common baby names examples to help you:
- Marcello- “young warrior”
- Massimo- “He who is the greatest”
- Nicolas- “victorious people”
- Nino- “God is gracious”
- Orlando- “accomplishment of the multitude”
- Paolo- “small person”
- Pepe- “Joseph”
- Piero- “stone”
6. Consider names of the subsequent children.
Maybe, you are first time parents and figuring out some cool Italian name. It is a good idea to consider the names of subsequent children too.
7. Avoid names with bad meanings.
Baby names with bad meanings can be a cause of embarrassment for you and your kid. Be sure to know the meaning of the name you are gonna pick and be sure it is encouraging and positive.
Here are some of the cool Italian names with meanings:
- Ricardo- “powerful or mighty ruler”
- Raul- “pack of wolves”
- Rinaldo- “one whose power is in his wisdom”
- Russo- “a red one”
- Sal- “one who is a saviour”
- Samuel- “it was told by the God”
- Sergio- “a servant”
8. Pick up good people names from history.
The name of person has effect on his/her personality, it is said. Maybe, that’s the reason why people choose names from history. You can consider this as well. I am sure you have heard about many legends from the past. I bet you’d find some awesome and useable Italian names if you look into it.
We have a small list of Italian names here for you to check out and know if you have heard them before:
- Stefano- “crown”
- Tommaso- “the Holy Book”
- Tito- “of the giant”
- Timotio- “honour God”
- Tore- “saviour”
- Uberto- “bright mind”
- Urbano- “dwells in the city”
- Ucello- “bird”
9. Make sure the first and second name fit with each other.
This happens rarely that the first and seconds names do not fit and meet each other well. It is, however, something you would not want.
Check out Italian names and try to make full names that fit each other nicely:
- Valentino- “brave or strong”
- Vito- “life”
- Vincenzo- “conquering”
- Vittorino- “to conquer”
- Zan- “clown”
10. Avoid names with too many syllables.
Baby names with too many syllables are complex. They are hard to remember. They should be avoided.
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