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Italian first names beginning with the letter A
Italian EtymologyEnglish
Abaco Biblical name of Hebrew origin. Variation of the name of the prophet Habacuc. N/A
Abbondanzio From the Latin "Abundiantus", abundant. N/A
Abbondazio From the Latin "Abundius", abundant. N/A
Abbondio From the Latin "Abundius", abundant. N/A
Abdia From the Hebrew, servant of God. N/A
Abdieso From the Middle East and of unknown origin.N/A
Abdone From the Hebrew "Abdon", subservient. N/A
Abelardo From the German "ebar and hart", courageous prince. N/A
Abele From the ancient Sumerian "Ibila", Son. Also used in the feminine as "Abella".Abel
Abenzio Name of celtic-iberian origin. Unknown etimology. N/A
Abercio Name of eastern Mediterranean origin. Unknown etimology. N/A
Abia From the Hebrew "Abiam", The Lord is the Father.N/A
Abibo Derived from Habib. Name with the Sumerian root "hab", Father.N/A
Abibone Derived from Habib. Name with the Sumerian root "hab", Father.N/A
Abilio From the Hebrew "Abihail", my father is the strength.N/A
Abramio From the Hebrew, "Abraham", father of a multitude of nations.N/A
Abudemio Name of eastern origin. Unknown etimology. N/A
Acacio Variation of Acazio. Nome of Hebrew origin, derived from "Achazia", The Lord holds.N/A
Acario Derived from the latin "Acharius", from the adjective "Acharis", ingrate.N/A
Acazio From the Hebrew "Achazia", The Lord holds.N/A
Accorso From the latin "Accursius", see also as "Accursio". Derived from "accursus", ready to help.N/A
Accursio From the Latin "Accursius", ready to help. N/A
Acepsima Name of unknown etimology, from the Greek and found in latin as 'Acèpsimas'. Also found as 'Acessima'. N/A
Achilla From the Greek "Akilleys"; dark-skinned.N/A
Achille From the Greek "Akilleys"; dark-skinned.N/A
Achilleo From the Greek "Akilleys"; dark-skinned.N/A
Acillino Name of ethnic origin, inhabitant of Acilla, city in Africa. N/A
Acindino From the Roman nickname Acidinus; slightly acidic.N/A
Aciscolo Name of Greek origin with unknown etymology. N/A
Acuzio From the Latin adjective "acutus"; pointed, acute.N/A
Ada From the Hebrew "Adah"; ornament.N/A
Adalardo From the Celtic "Alart"; noble bravery.N/A
Adalberto From ancient German "adal" and "berth"; illustrious nobility.N/A
Adalfredo From the German "Adalfrid"; protects his progenies, his bloodline.N/A
Adalgiso Masculine form of Adalgisa. N/A
Adalrico From the Latin "Adalricus", derived from the high Saxon "Adalrich"; noble, powerful, rich.N/A
Adamo From the Hebrew "adham"; man.N/A
Adamo From the Hebrew "Adamah"; born from the earth.N/A
Adaulfo From the High German; noble wolf.N/A
Addai Name of Hebrew origin; man of God.N/A
Addo Masculine form of Ada and with the same meaning. N/A
Addolorata From the spanish patrimony "Dolores", or "de los dolores". Name given in remembrance of the pain suffered by the Holy Virgin. N/A
Adelaide From the German "adal" and "haid"; nobel character.N/A
Adelaide From the German "adal" and "held"; splendid nobility.N/A
Adelardo From the Celtic "Alart"; noble bravery.N/A
Adelasia From the Latin "Adelàis", derived from the German "adal"; noble.N/A
Adelberto From the German "adal" and "behrt"; illustrious nobility.N/A
Adelchi From the German "adal"; noble.N/A
Adele From the German "adal"; noble.N/A
Adelfio Variant of Adelfo and with the same meaning. N/A
Adelfo From the Greek "adelphòs"; brother.N/A
Adelgarda Feminine form of Adelgarfo and with the same meaning. N/A
Adelgardo From the Latin "Adelgardus", derived from the German "adal" and "ward"; guardian of nobility.N/A
Adelina From ancient German "adal"; noble.N/A
Adelinda Feminine name of German origin. Found also as Adelonda; wooden shield.N/A
Adelino From ancient German "adal"; noble.N/A
Adelmo From the German "adal" and "helm", latinized as "Adhélmus; noble protector.N/A
Ademaro Name of uncertain etymology, perhaps from the German "hadu" and "mar"; glorious in battle.N/A
Ademia From the Greek "ademnios"; without spouse.N/A
Adeodato From the Latin "Adeodatus"; given by God.N/A
Aderito Name of Latin origin given to the sons of the first Christian who adhered to the faith in Christ. N/A
Adiano From the Latin "Hadrianus", citizen of Hadria, present day Adria in the province of Ascoli Piceno. N/A
Adimaro From the German "hadu" and "mar"; glorious in battle.N/A
Adina From the Hebrew word "adina"; voluptuos, sumptuos.N/A
Adiodato From the Latin "Adeodatus"; given by God.N/A
Adiuto From the Latin; helpful.N/A
Adiutore From the Latin; he who helps.N/A
Adlagisa From ancient German "adal" and "gisal"; noble possession.N/A
Admeto From the Greek "Admes"; untamed, wild.N/A
Adnetta Name typically French of unknown origin. N/A
Ado From the German "adal"; noble.N/A
Adolfina From ancient German "adal" and "wolf"; noble she wolf.N/A
Adolfo From the Latin Ataulfo, derived from ancient German "adal" and "wolf"; noble wolf.Adolph
Adone From the Hebrew "Adon"; lord, owner.N/A
Adrasto From the Greek "Adrastos"; unperturbed.N/A
Adria From the Latin "Hatria", referring to an old settlement in Ascoli Piceno, in present day Adria. N/A
Adriana Name of ethnic origin, from Adria, from Adria, city whose name is derived from the Adriatic Sea. N/A
Adriano Name of ethnic origin, from Adria, from Adria, city whose name is derived from the Adriatic Sea. N/A
Adrione Derived from Adriano and with the same meaning. N/A
Adàuco Name of unknown etymology. N/A
Adàutto From the Latin "adauctus"; added.N/A
Affia Name of Celtic origin of uncertain etymology. N/A
Affiano Masculine form of Affia. N/A
Afra From the Latin cognomen Afra or Afer; from Africa.N/A
Afraate Derived from Afra with the same meaning. N/A
Afro From the Latin cognomen Afra or Afer; from Africa.N/A
Afrodisio Derived from the Greek; effervescent, bubbly.N/A
Aftonio Ancient name of Mesopotamian origin of unknown etymology. N/A
Agabio Name of Longobard origin of unknown etymology. N/A
Agabo Name used by the ancient Hebrews of unknown etymology. N/A
Agamennone Derived from the Greek "aga" and "mnemon"; remembers well, remembers alot.Agamemnon
Agape Masculine and feminine name; loves his neighbor.N/A
Agapio Derived from the Greek "Agape"; loves his neighbor.N/A
Agapito From the Greek "Agapetos"; lovable.N/A
Agar From the Hebrew "Haghàr"; fugitive,name given to Abraham's wife, who hid in the desert with her son Ismael. N/A
Agata From the Greek "agathè"; good.N/A
Agatangelo From the Greek' good messenger.N/A
Agatoclia From the Latin; known for her goodness.N/A
Agatodoro From Latin with Greek origin; good plant.N/A
Agatone From the Greek "agath"; good.N/A
Agatonica From the Latin; wins with good will.N/A
Agatonico From the Latin; wins with good will.N/A
Agatopode From the Latin; dressed with good will.N/A
Agazio From the Greek "agathòs"; good.N/A
Agenore From the Greek "agenor"; strong, virile.N/A
Agerico From the Celtic; born in the fog.N/A
Agesilao From the Greek "aghesilaos"; rule over the people.N/A
Aggeo Derived from "Agièo", name given to Apollo, protector of dwellings and streets accordin to the Romans. N/A
Agide Derived from the Greek verb "àgein"; to lead.N/A
Agileo From the Latin "agilis"; ready, active.N/A
Agillo From the Latin "agilis"; ready, active.N/A
Agliberto From the Celtic with unknown etymology. N/A
Agnello Diminutive of Angiolo, variant of Agnolo, deriverd from the Greek "Anghelos"; messenger.N/A
Agnese From the Greek adjective "haghnòs"; pure, chaste.N/A
Agnolo Tuscan variation of the name Angelo. N/A
Agoardo Name of Celtic origin with unknown etymology. N/A
Agostina From the Latin, young and venerable.N/A
Agostino From the Latin, venerable. N/A
Agricola From the Latin "àgricòla"; agricultural.N/A
Agrippa Latin name of uncertain etymology. In Roman times this name was given to babies born feet first. N/A
Agrippina Latin name of uncertain etymology. N/A
Agrippino Latin name of uncertain etymology. N/A
Agrizio From the Latin "agrius"; wild.N/A
Aia From the Celtic; supporter.N/A
Aiace From the Greek "aiàkos"; suffering.N/A
Aicardo From ancietn Saxon; strong sword.N/A
Aida From Egyptian and with unknown etymology. N/A
Aidano From ancient Norman; great leader.N/A
Aigulfo From archaic Sazon; protects from wolves.N/A
Aimone From the Saxon "hagimund"; protects the house with a sword.N/A
Aitala From archaic Latin; he who helps.N/A
Alamanno From the Celtic "all" and "man"; foreign places. Name given by the Francs to the Germans of the south.N/A
Alano Derived from the name "Alani", ancient and powerful family of Sarmatia. N/A
Alarico From the Saxon "Alarik"; king of all lands.N/A
Alba From the Latin "albus"; white.N/A
Albano From the Latin "albus"; white.N/A
Alberico From the Scandinavian "alf" and "rich"; powerful elf.N/A
Alberta Feminine form of Alberto with the same meaning. N/A
Albertina Diminutive of Alberta with the same meaning. N/A
Albertino Diminutive of Alberto with the same meaning. N/A
Alberto From ancient German "berht"; very famous.Albert
Albina From the Latin "albus"; white, clear.N/A
Albino From the Latin "albus"; white, clear.N/A
Albizzo Variation of Alberico; lord of the elfs.N/A
Alboino From ancient German "Alfwin"; friend of the elfs.N/A
Albrico Variation of Alberico; lord of the elfs.N/A
Alceo From the Greek "Alcaîos"; strong, robust.N/A
Alceste Used both in the masculine and feminine, from the Greek "Alké"; sacrifice to marital love.N/A
Alcibiade From the Greek "Alkibiadòs"; violently strong.N/A
Alcide From the Greek "Alceys"; robust.N/A
Alcina Feminine form of Alcino, from the Greek "Alkìnoos"; strong intellect.N/A
Alcino From the Greek "Alkìnoos"; strong intellect.N/A
Alda From the Celtic "Althos"; beautiful, exquisite.N/A
Aldebrando From the ancient High German; expert with the sword.N/A
Aldegonda Name of Longobard origin; free warrior.N/A
Alderico From the ancient Saxon "Halderich"; powerful soveireign.N/A
Aldighiero From the ancient Danish "Hadalgher"; breaks the lance by his noble prowess.N/A
Aldo From the Longobard "alt"; old.N/A
Aldobrando From the ancient Saxon "Aldibrand"; expert with the sword.N/A
Aleardo From the latin "Aleardus"; risk taker.N/A
Alearmo From ancient German "heil" and "ram"; sacred crow, victorious. N/A
Alessandra Feminine form of Alessandro; protectress of men.N/A
Alessandrina From the Greek name "Aléxandros", little protectress of men.N/A
Alessandro From the Greek name "Aléxandros", protector of men.N/A
Alessia From the Greek "Aléxios"; protector, defender.N/A
Alessio From the Greek "Aléxios"; protector, defender.N/A
Aletta From the Greek "Aléthés"; truthful..N/A
Alfano Name typically use in the Middle Ages, derivedd from "Alfeo"; pale, ashen.N/A
Alfeo From ancient Oscan "alfu"; white.N/A
Alferio From ancient German "adal" and "funs"; noble, ready. N/A
Alfiero From ancient German "adal" and "funs"; noble, ready.N/A
Alfio From the Latin Alfius, derived from the Oscan "Alfu"; white.N/A
Alfonsa Feminine form of Alfonso; noble, valorous.N/A
Alfonso From the Goth "Athal" and "funs"; noble, valorous.N/A
Alfreda Feminine form of Alfredo with the same meaninig. N/A
Alfredo From the German "All" and "frith", all and peace; very peaceful.N/A
Alfredo From the Saxon "aelf" and "raed"; counselor of the Elfs.N/A
Algiso Variant of Adalgiso, "adal" and "gisal"; noble possession. N/A
Alice From the Greek "alyké"; marine.N/A
Alida From the Celtic; the other warrior.N/A
Alietta From the Greek "alieutikose"; fisherwoman.N/A
Alighiero From the ancient German "adal" and "ger"; breaks the lance with his noble prowess.N/A
Alina From the Latin "Alena"; needle.N/A
Alipio From the Latin "alipes"; with winged feet.N/A
Aliprando From the ancient German "ali" and "brand"; foreign soldier.N/A
Alirio From the Celtic; he who beats, batters.N/A
Alluccio Ancient medieval name; nurtured by light.N/A
Alma Derived from the Latin verb "alere"; she who restores.N/A
Almachio Name of ethnic origin, native of Chio in the Aegean sea. N/A
Almeda From the Celtic; dancer, ballerina.N/A
Almerigo From archaic German "Helmrik"; powerful defender.N/A
Almiro From the Iberian Celtic; resembles the sun.N/A
Alo' Popular Tuscan name, derived from Eligio; chosen.N/A
Alodia From ancient Iberian" she who owns land.N/A
Aloisio From the Celtic, latinized as "Aloysius"; is in the light.N/A
Alpiniano From the Celtic; inhabitant of the Alps.N/A
Alpinolo Rare masculine name, derived from Alpa, with the same meaning of Albano; white.N/A
Altrice From the Latin word "altrix", from the verb "alere"; nurturing.N/A
Alvaro Derived from the Visigoth "Allwars"; wise, prudent.N/A
Alvina From ancient Danish; friend of the Elfs.N/A
Alvino From ancient Danish "Halwin"; friend of the Elfs.N/A
Alvise From ancient German "alt" and "war"; sage of the household.N/A
Amabile From the Latin "Amabilis"; likeable.N/A
Amadeo From the Latin "Amadèus"; loves God.N/A
Amadio From the Latin "Amadaeus"; loves God.N/A
Amalarico From the Longobard "Hanakarich"; full of energy.N/A
Amalasunta From ancient German "amal" and "sund"; known for her deeds.N/A
Amalia Derived from "Amala", a famous Ostrogoth family; laborious, energetic.N/A
Amanda From the Latin "amandus"; loved, likeable.N/A
Amando From the Latin "amandus"; likeable.N/A
Amanzio From the Latin Amantius, derived from "Amandus"; likeable.N/A
Amaranto From the Latin "amarandus"; long lasting, durable.N/A
Amarilli From the Greek "amarysso"; great, splendid.N/A
Amarino From the Hebrew "Amaria"; Jehovah said.N/A
Amata Feminine form of Amato. N/A
Amato From the Latin Amatus; loved, doted.N/A
Amatore Name of Gallic origin; lover.N/A
Amauri From the Saxon "Hamerich"; ready for war.N/A
Ambico From the Celtic "ambactus"; servant.N/A
Ambrogio From the Greek "ambrosios"; immortal.N/A
Amedea Derived from the Latin Amadeus; loves God.N/A
Amedeo From the Latin "qui amato Deum"; loves God.N/A
Amelberga Feminine name of Longobard origin with unknown etymology. N/A
Amelia Derived from "Amali", a famous Ostrogoth family; virgin of the woods.N/A
Amelio Derived from "Amali", a famous Ostrogoth family; man who lives in the woods.N/A
Amerigo From ancient German "Haimrich"; lord in his country.N/A
Amico From the Latin "amicus"; friend.N/A
Amilcare From ancient Phoenician "Melk-karth"; king of the city, one of Baal's attributes.N/A
Amina From the Arabic "Amìnah"; faithful wife.N/A
Aminta From the Greek "Amyntas"; defender.N/A
Amintore From "Amyntor", Latin form of "Amyntas"; defender.N/A
Amleto Name of unknow etymology. Hamlet, the mythical king of Denmark immortalized by Shakespeare N/A
Ammia From the Hebrew "Ammiel"; God is the paternal uncle.N/A
Ammiano From the Latin "Ammia", derived from the Hebrew "Ammiel"; God is the paternal uncle.N/A
Ammonaria From the Hebrew "Ammon"; paternal aunt.N/A
Ammone From the Egyptian "Amun"; protector of the light.N/A
Ammonio From the Hebrew "Amon"; faithful.N/A
Amone From the Egyptian "Amun"; gives light.N/A
Amore From the Latin Amor; love.N/A
Amos From the Hebrew; strong.N/A
Ampelio From the Greek "Ampèlios"; works in the vineyard.N/A
Ampliato From the Latin "ampliator"; benefactor.N/A
Amulio From the Greek, loves to play.N/A
Anacario From the Greek, loves the solitude.N/A
Anacleto From the Greek "Anaklétôs"; invoked to help.N/A
Anacreonte From the Greek "Anakréòn"; dominator.N/A
Anania From the Hebrew "Ananjàh"; defender.N/A
Anastasia From the Greek "Anàstasia"; resurrection.N/A
Anastasio From the Greek "Anàstasia"; resurrection.N/A
Anatalone From the Latin "anatonus"; looks upward.N/A
Anatolia Name of ethnic origin, from Anatolia,N/A
Anatolio Name of ethnic origin, from Anatolia,N/A
Ancilia From the Latin "ancillae"; servant, slave.N/A
Andeolo From the Celtic, of the people of Andi, ancient tribe of Gaul. N/A
Andochio From the Celtic, fugitive.N/A
Andrea From the Greek "Andréas"; happy, valorous.N/A
Andromaco From the Greek "Andròmacos"; fighter, warrior.N/A
Andromeda From the Greek "Androméd"; reigns over men.N/A
Andronico From the Greek "Andronìkos"; victorious.N/A
Anempodisto From ancient Persian; traveling vendor.N/A
Anesio From ancient Phoenician; savage, lives in the woods.N/A
Anetto From archaic Latin; son of Apollo.N/A
Anfilochio Ethnic name of Greek origin; from the city of Filace.N/A
Anfitrite From the Greek "Anphitrìtò"; thundering.N/A
Angela From the Greek "anghelos"; messenger.N/A
Angelalmo Name typically French, of Longobard origin; nourished by the Word, lives according to the Gospel.N/A
Angelica Derived from the Greek "anghelos"; messenger.N/A
Angelico Derived from the Greek "anghelos"; messenger.N/A
Angelina Derived from the Greek "anghelos"; little messenger.N/A
Angelo Derived from the Greek "anghelos"; messenger.N/A
Angilberto Name o Frankish origin; prized possession of the palace.N/A
Aniano From the Celtic; first born.N/A
Aniceto From the Greek "Anikòtos"; invincible.N/A
Anisia From the Greek "Anisos"; unequaled. N/A
Anita Diminutive form in Spanish of the name Anna, with the same meaning. N/A
Aniziana From the Greek; belonging to Aniceto.N/A
Anna From the Hebrew "Hannâh"; grace, gracious.N/A
Anna maria From the Hebrew "Hannâh" and "Myriam"; gracious princess.N/A
Annibale From the Phoenician "hanan-Baal"; benevolent lord.N/A
Annita Iberian diminutive of Anna, from the Hebrew "Hannâh"; to have grace.N/A
Annone From the Phoenician; son of the goddess of the harvest.N/A
Annunziata Name typically found in southern Italy. Given to commemorate the 'Annunciation of the Virgin Mary'. N/A
Ansaldo From the ancient German "Ansowald"; reigns like God.N/A
Ansano From the Latin; he who bears arms and fights.N/A
Ansberto Name of Longobard origin; illustrious like God.N/A
Anscario From the ancient German; soldier of God. Found also as Ansgario. N/A
Anselmo From the ancient German "Anshelm"; protected by God.N/A
Anserico From archaic Saxon; powerful like God.N/A
Ansovino From ancient Danish "ans" and "win"; friend of God.N/A
Ansperto From the German "anspehrt"; illustrious like God.N/A
Antea Name derived from the Greek word "anteo"; against.N/A
Antelmo Name of German origin "Adelélmo" or "Adélmo"; noble protector.N/A
Antenore From the Greek "Anténpr"; adversary.N/A
Anteo Name derived from the Greek word "anteo"; against.N/A
Antero From the Greek "Antéros"; against love.N/A
Antidio From archaic Latin "antideo"; proceed, go ahead.N/A
Antigono From the Greek "Antigène"; takes the place of another.N/A
Antimo Derived from the ancient Latin name "Anthimus"; does not like to stay down.N/A
Antino From the Greek "anti" and "noos"; adversary, with different opinion.N/A
Antinogene Latin form of the masculine name Antigone; takes the place of another.N/A
Antioco Name of ethnic origin; citizen of Antioch.N/A
Antipa Contracted form of the Greek name Antipatro; at the place of the father.N/A
Antoliano Contracted form of Anatoliano; inhabitant of Anatolia.N/A
Antonella Variant of Antonia. N/A
Antonello Variant of Antonio. N/A
Antonia Feminine form of Antonio; priceless.N/A
Antonietta Variant of Antonia. N/A
Antonina Feminine form of the name Antonio; born first.N/A
Antonino Masculine form of the name Antonio; born first.N/A
Antonio Name derived from the Latin 'Antonius', of probable Etruscan origin. Also from the Greek "Antìonos", first born. Anthony
Antusa Rare form of a feminine name from Asia Minor; true woman.N/A
Anzia Name of ethnic origin; woman from Anzio.N/A
Apelle Derived from Apella, name given to the Jews who were freed. N/A
Apellio Derived from Apella, name given to the Jews who were freed. N/A
Apodemio Derived from Iberian-Celtic; free man.N/A
Apollina From the Greek; brilliant in the light.N/A
Apollinare This name is used in the feminine and masculine. From the Latin "Apollinaris"; sacred to Apollo.N/A
Apollo From the Greek "Apòllon"; brilliant in the light.N/A
Apollodoro From the Latin "Apollodorus"; gift from Apollo.N/A
Apollonia From "Apluni", rich social class of the Etruscans. changed to Apollonius from Greek influence, name tied to the God Apollo. N/A
Apollonio From the Greek "apollymi", represented by Apollo, who with his bright rays educes light from the darkness. N/A
Apostolo From the Latin "apostolus" derived from the Greek "Apostolos"; envoy, messenger. N/A
Appia From Celtic origin, "Affia", of unknown origin. N/A
Appiano Name of ethnic origin, inhabitant of Appia.N/A
Apro Derived from an archaic word of Celtic origin; wild boar.N/A
Apronia Feminine name of Celtic origin; she who owns wild boars.N/A
Aproniano Name of Celtic origin; he who owns wild boars.N/A
Apuleio From the Latin "Apuleius", of ethnic origin, from Puglia, a southern Italian region. N/A
Aquila Derived from the Latin Aquilius, "aquilus"; dark, brunette.N/A
Aquilina Derived from the Latin Aquilius, "aquilus"; dark, brunette.N/A
Aquilino Derived from the Latin Aquilius, "aquilus"; dark.N/A
Aquilio Derived from the Latin Aquilius, "aquilus"; dark.N/A
Arabella Name of unknown etymology. N/A
Arabia Name of ethnic origin; from Arabia.N/A
Araldo From the Saxon "hariwald"; official envoy.N/A
Arasio From the Celtic "aras", ancient name of the French river "Saône"; placid, tranquil.N/A
Aratone From the Latin; works in the field.N/A
Arbogasto From the Celtic "Arbagaste"; warrior of the woods.N/A
Arcadio Name of ethnic origin; inhabitant of Arcadia, in the Peloponnesian region. N/A
Arcangela From the Greek; princess of the angels.N/A
Arcangelo From the Greek "Arkagghelos"; prince of the angels.N/A
Arcano From the Latin adjective "arcanus"; hidden, mysterious, discrete.N/A
Arcesilao From the Greek "Arkesìlaos"; supports the people.N/A
Archelao From the Greek "Archélaos"; leader of the people.N/A
Archimede From the Greek "Archimòdòs"; great thinker.N/A
Archippo From the Greek; guardian of the horses.N/A
Arcibaldo From ancient northern German; honest, happy.N/A
Arconzio From the Greek; supreme judge.N/A
Ardalione From the Latin; business man, man of affairs.N/A
Ardingo From ancient Saxon "Harding"; friend of bravery.N/A
Ardito From the Latin adjective "arditus"; ardent.N/A
Arduino From ancient Saxon "Harding"; friend of bravery.N/A
Aresio From the Greek; Ares.N/A
Areta Name of Arab origin, of unknown etymology. N/A
Arezio Name of ethnic origin; inhabitant of Arezzo, in Tuscany.N/A
Argelia From the Greek "Arghèia"; blindingly bright.N/A
Argene Shortened form of "Argenide". Feminine name derived from the Greek "Argennòs"; splendid appearance.N/A
Argenide Feminine name derived from the Greek "Argennòs"; splendid appearance.N/A
Argeo From the Greek "arges"; white, blinding. N/A
Argia From the Greek "arghèia"; blinding.N/A
Argimiro FFrom the Greek; extraordinarily white.N/A
Argo From the Greek "àrgos"; swift, fast.N/A
Arialdo From ancient Saxon; servant of the Gods.N/A
Arianna From the Greek "Ariadne"; disenchanted.N/A
Ariano From ancient Persian "arya"; of a noble race.N/A
Ariberto From the Longobard "Hariberacht"; illustrious warrior.N/A
Ariela From the Hebrew "Ari-el"; lion of God.N/A
Ariele From the Hebrew "Ari-el"; lion of God.N/A
Ariodante Name of Far Eastern origin, "airya" and "dan"; noble judge.N/A
Ariosto Name of German origin, "hari" and "host"; ready for war.N/A
Ariovisto From ancient Saxon "Hariowis"; sage warrior.N/A
Aris Shortened form of Aristacus; optimum, the best.N/A
Aristarco From the Greek "Arìstarchos"; great prince.N/A
Aristeo From the Greek "aristeyô"; I am the best.N/A
Aristide From the Greek; the best.N/A
Aristione From the German "hari" and "host"; ready to fight.N/A
Aristippo From the Greek "Arìstippos"; excellent horseman.N/A
Aristo From the Greek "Aristos"; noble.N/A
Aristobulo From the Greek; adorned with nobility.N/A
Aristodemo From the Greek "Aristòdémos"; great among the people.N/A
Aristofane From the Greek "Aristophànès"; shines among the nobility.N/A
Aristone From the Greek "Aristos"; noble.N/A
Aristonico From the Greek; noble, victorious.N/A
Aristotele From the Greek "Aristotélòs"; will successfully reach the finish.N/A
Armando Name of German origin; "heer" (strong, ardent) and "mand" (man) N/A
Armando Name of German origin; "heer" and "mand"; strong man.N/A
Armentario From the Latin "armentarius"; cow herder.N/A
Armida From ancient Celtic "armis"; she who befits.N/A
Arminio From ancient Danish "Irmin", equivalent to "Wodan", Saxon god; strength.N/A
Arnaldo From ancient High German "arnu" and "wald"; powerful as an eagle.N/A
Arnoldo From ancient High German "arnu" and "wald"; powerful as an eagle.N/A
Arnolfo From the German "arn" and "wulf"; he who has the power of both the eagle and the wolf.N/A
Aroldo From the German "aar" and "walt"; dominant like an eagle.N/A
Aronne From the Hebrew "Aharòn"; enlightened.N/A
Aronzio From the ancient Samnite; born in the light.N/A
Arrigo From German "Heinrich"; strongly patriotic.N/A
Arsacio Italian form of Arsace, anicent name used in Mesopotamia; ardentN/A
Arsenio From the Greek "Arsènios"; virile.N/A
Artellaide Ancient name of Latin origin; very unappealing.N/A
Artemia Greek name given in honor of the goddess "Artemide"; wel off, taken care of.N/A
Artemio Feminine form of Artemisia, derived from Artemis, name given to Diana, goddess of the hunt. N/A
Artemisia Derived from Artemis, name given to Diana, goddess of the hunt. N/A
Artemone From the Greek; safe and sound.N/A
Arturo From the Celtic "Artva"; stone.N/A
Asafo From the Aramaic "Asaf"; joined, added.N/A
Ascala Name of ethnic origin, from Ascalon, one of the main cities of the Philistines. N/A
Ascanio From the Latin "Ascànius", derived from the Greek "askàniosdi", of unknown etymology. N/A
Asclepiade From the Greek "askòpiades"; disciple of Esculapio.N/A
Asclepio Italian variant of the Greek "Asclèpios" or "Esculapio"; snake.N/A
Asclepiodoto From the Greek; gift from Esculapio.N/A
Asdrubale From the Phoenician "Hastrubalem"; in the grace of God.N/A
Asella Feminine name, from the Latin; little donkey.N/A
Aser From the Hebrew "Ascér"; happy, blessed.N/A
Asia Name of ethnic origin, from the Latin; from Asia.N/A
Asincrito Latin name, derived probably form the Greek, of uncertain etymology. N/A
Asmodeo From the Latin "Asmodaeus", derived from the Aramaic "As'medi"; destroyer.N/A
Aspasio From the Greek "aspàzomai"; gracious, lovable, attractive.N/A
Aspreno Latin name of uncertain etymology. N/A
Assalonne From the Hebrew "Absciàlôm"; father of peace.N/A
Assunta From the Latin "absunta"; taken up, typically Italian name, given in memory of Mary, mother of Jesus.N/A
Asteria From the Greek Asteer, derived from "astérios"; stellar, heavenlyN/A
Asterio Derived from the Greek "astérios"; stellar, heavenlyN/A
Astolfo Derived from the Saxon "ast" and "ulf"; warrior versed in the art of fighting.N/A
Astrea Derived from the Greek "Astraìa"; astral, heavenlyN/A
Astrid Derived from the ancient Saxon "as" and "frid"; loved by the gods.N/A
Atala From the German "Athala"; of noble lineage.N/A
Atalarico Derived from Adalrico, from the Saxon "Adalirch"; of great nobility.N/A
Ataleo Italian variant of the German Athala; noble. Used also in the feminine as Atalia.N/A
Atanasia Feminine form of Atanasio, derived from the Greek "Athànatos"; immortal.N/A
Atanasio Derived from the Greek "Athànatos"; immortal.N/A
Ataulfo Latin name derived from the Goth "Athaulfe"; noble wolf.N/A
Atelasia From the Latin name "Adelais", derived from the German; shines with nobility.N/A
Atenaide From the Greek "Athònai"; given in honor of the goddes Athena.N/A
Atenodoro From the Greek; gift from Athena.N/A
Atenogene From the Greek; son of Athena.N/A
Athos From ancient Saxon; ancestor.N/A
Attala From the Latin name "Atta", of Etruscan origin; with bent legs.N/A
Attalo From the Latin name "Atta", of Etruscan origin; with bent legs.N/A
Atteone Probably derived from "Attus", of Sabine origin; ancestor, grandfather.N/A
Attico Name of ethnic origin; from Attica.N/A
Attila Derived from the Goth "Attil"; precious possession. Name of the king of the Huns, (scourge of the God).N/A
Attilano Derived from archaic Latin; possession of Janus.N/A
Attilia Feminine form of Attilio, from the Sabin "attus"; ancestor, grandfather.N/A
Attilio From the Sabin "attus"; ancestor, grandfather.N/A
Atto From the Sabin "attus"; ancestor, grandfather.N/A
Attone Truncated variant of "attus"; ancestor, grandfather.N/A
Auberto From the ancient German "Audbert"; distinguished proprietor.N/A
Aucto Derived from the Latin; to grow.N/A
Auda From ancient Saxon "aud"; proprietor.N/A
Audace From the Latin "audax"; brave, audacious.N/A
Audatto From archaic Latin; he who listens.N/A
Audiface Derived from Latin; makes himself heard.N/A
Auditore Derived from Latin; who listens.N/A
Audoeno From the Celtic; owner of vineyards.N/A
Audomaro From ancient Saxon; the glory is his.N/A
Augolo From archaic Latin; he who grows.N/A
Augurio From ancient Latin; good omen.N/A
Augusta From the Latin, title given to the empress; consecrated.N/A
Augustale From the Latin; bearing good omen.N/A
Augusto From the Latin; sacred name given to the emperor.N/A
Aurea From the Latin; crowned.N/A
Aurelia Name of the Sabine people, of Etruscan origin; brilliant, shining.N/A
Aureliana Feminine name, from the Latin "Aurelianus"; son of Aurelio.N/A
Aureliano From the Latin "Aurelianus"; son of Aurelio.N/A
Aurelio Name of Etruscan origin; brilliant, shining.N/A
Aureo From the Latin "aureus"; decorated with gold.N/A
Aurora From the Latin, of Indo-European origin; to shine, give light. N/A
Ausano From the Longobard "hansz"; friend, companion.N/A
Ausilia From the Latin "auxilium"; help, aid.N/A
Ausilio From the Latin "auxilium"; help, aid, assistance.N/A
Ausonia Feminine form of Ausonio. Name of ethnic origin, given to the people who inhabited central and southern Italy; from Ausonia.N/A
Ausonio Name of ethnic origin, given to the people who inhabited central and southern Italy; from Ausonia.N/A
Auspicio From the Latin "auspicium"; sign, omen.N/A
Aussenzio From archaic Latin; belonging to the Ausonians.N/A
Aussibio Name of ethnic origin; from Auximum, today's Osimo.N/A
Austreberta From the ancient Longobard; famous person from the East.N/A
Austregisilo From the ancient Longobard; comes from the East.N/A
Austremonio From the ancient Longobard; man from the East.N/A
Austricliniano From the ancient Longobard; has the tendency to wander toward the horizon..N/A
Austruda Variant of the Italian name Austrade. Very common in ancient Germany; virgin of the East.N/A
Austrulfo Ancient name of German origin; wolf from the East.N/A
Autonomo Derived from the Greek "aytos" and "nomos"; lives according to his own laws.N/A
Autore From the Latin; author.N/A
Ave From the Latin; greeting, salutation.N/A
Avenanzio From archaic Latin; he who greet first.N/A
Aventino Name of ethnic origin; from Aventino, on of the seven hills of Rome.N/A
Averardo From the Celtic "Evrardt"; strong like a boar.N/A
Avia From the Latin "avus"; grandmother.N/A
Avito From the Latin "avitus"; inherited.N/A
Avo From the Latin "avus"; grandfather, ancestor.N/A
Avoia From the Celtic "avoje"; owner.N/A
Avventore From the Latin; buyer.N/A
Aza Truncated form of the Hebrew name "Azariàh"; he who is helped by God.N/A
Azadane Variant of the names Aza and Azade. From the Hebrew name "Azariàh"; he who is helped by God.N/A
Azade Derived from the names Aza and Azade. From the Hebrew name "Azariàh"; he who is helped by God.N/A
Azaria Italian form of the Hebrew name "Azariàh"; he who is helped by God.N/A
Azio From archaic Latin "axio"; owl.N/A
Azzurra From ancient Persian "Lazvard"; the color of a serene sky. N/A

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