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Italienische Namen: Ein Junge und ein Baby

Italian names – time for some inspirazione!

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In our blog we frequently enjoy introducing you to beautiful first names. From the most popular baby names of the year to unique, rare first names all the way to Turkish or Albanian names – we’ve got a lot to choose from! 


Taking inspiration from the orders placed for our bestselling personalized Search-and-Find World book, we’ve now compiled a list of some of the most beautiful Italian names we’ve seen coming through Printer Bear’s workshop. This hugely popular book sends a child of your choice on an adventurous journey around the world. On their travels they’ll discover ten different places, including Venice in Italy. The book promises an exciting adventure: as well as searching for themselves in the images, your child gets to look for typical objects found in each country.

Italian names for boys

  • Adriano
  • Alessandro
  • Alfredo
  • Antonio
  • Aurelio
  • Carlo
  • Dario
  • Emilio
  • Ennio
  • Gianni
  • Leano
  • Lorenzo
  • Luano
  • Luciano
  • Massimo
  • Mario
  • Nino
  • Paolo
  • Romano
  • Vito

Italian names for girls

  • Adriana
  • Alessia
  • Allegra
  • Antonella
  • Aurora
  • Chiara
  • Emilia
  • Federica
  • Francesca
  • Gianna
  • Giorgia
  • Giulia
  • Isabella
  • Lucia
  • Marcella
  • Mariella
  • Romina
  • Serafina
  • Tiziana
  • Vittoria 

A selection of names and their meanings

The Italian girls’ name Allegra means ‘joyful’. Occasionally, the name is spelt Alegra, without the double L.

 

The name Aurora has its roots in Roman Mythology and is a reference to the goddess of the dawn. 

 

As an Italian variant of the name Klara, the name Chiara means ‘the bright’ or ‘the beautiful’.

 

The name Emilia is immensely popular. So far we’ve printed over 400 copies of our Search-and-Find World book for girls with this name. 

 

The name Marcella appears less frequently, with so far only one of our orders having been printed with this Italian name. The origin comes from the god of war, Mars. It’s meaning therefore tends to be ‘the strong’ or ‘young warrior’. 

 

The Italian boys’ name Aurelio originates from the ancient Roman family of Aurelius. Aurelio means ‘the golden’. 

 

Luciano means ‘light’ or ‘the child born at dawn’.

 

Derived from the Latin name Paulus comes Paolo, which means ‘the little one’. The Search-and-Find World books we’ve sold with this name seem to have been the most popular in Switzerland. 

 

The name Romano means ‘the Roman’. We currently have only sold three copies of our Search-and-Find World book to children with this name.


Slightly more popular is the name Vito for which we’ve printed a total of 27 books to date. This name has several different meanings: ‘Life’, ‘the living’ or ‘the forest’.

You’ll find more inspiration for names in our other Blog articles. You can also follow our Instagram page for regular ‘Name of the Week’ posts and name ideas.

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