Italian Baby Names

Top Italian Baby Names 2016

Rank Name
1 Olivia
2 Aria
3 Isabella
4 Ariana
5 Anastasia
6 Aurora
7 Lia
8 Alessandra
9 Angelo
10 Nora
11 Alessa
12 Gaia
13 Serena
14 Emilia
15 Angelina
16 Stella
17 Cara
18 Sabrina
19 Beatrice
20 Cecilia
21 Clara
22 Dante
23 Valentina
24 Amanda
25 Celeste
26 Daria
27 Flora
28 Marissa
29 Veronica
30 Laura
31 Antonio
32 Aurelia
33 Marina
34 Sabina
35 Angela
36 Camilla
37 Diana
38 Luciano
39 Rosalia
40 Alba
41 Alma
42 Amadeo
43 Cassandra
44 Celia
45 Emilio
46 Oriana
47 Regina
48 Soren
49 Allegra
50 Armani
51 Aurelio
52 Bambi
53 Delia
54 Isa
55 Lorenzo
56 Sergio
57 Antonia
58 Francesca
59 Gloria
60 Rosa
61 Tatiana
62 Vita
63 Claudia
64 Domenico
65 Marcella
66 Marcello
67 Micaela
68 Romeo
69 Santino
70 Alessandro
71 Angelica
72 Augusta
73 Benito
74 Bibiana
75 Chiara
76 Cristiano
77 Damiana
78 Enzo
79 Fabiola
80 Flavia
81 Giulia
82 Marco
83 Michelangelo
84 Renzo
85 Ricci
86 Rita
87 Rosetta
88 Salvatore
89 Silvio
90 Valentino
91 Valerio
92 Verona
93 Viola
94 Vito
95 Asia
96 Carola
97 Cornelia
98 Cosima
99 Danilo
100 Donna
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Rank Name
11 Alessa
12 Gaia
13 Serena
14 Emilia
15 Angelina
16 Stella
17 Cara
18 Sabrina
19 Beatrice
20 Cecilia

The best food, wine, fashion, soccer and architecture – Italy has it all. From the birthplace of Renaissance, Michelangelo, pizza and opera comes the naming tradition as old and classical as Ancient Rome itself!

Italian Background

Located in Southern Europe, the Italian Republic with its enclave of the Vatican City has a population of 60 million people. As the Roman Empire it was once a political and religious center Western civilization, and the birthplace of Renaissance and Humanism. With the cultural heritage of Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci and Dante, Italy has the greatest number of Roman Catholic churches per capita and is a popular destination for tourists for its Adriatic Sea beaches, Vesuvius volcano, the cities of Venice and Florence, architecture

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