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100 Beautiful Italian Baby Girl Names

Italian names for baby girls are beyond beautiful and they are truly unique! You want to name your baby girl with a perfect name and it can be hard to come up with a name that will fit your baby.

My husband and I struggled to find a name that we liked because one of us had a problem with the name we came up with. Sometimes understanding the meaning of the names and where it came from can add more meaning to the name you are going to call your child.

The Baby Name Wizard book is amazing at helping you come up with a name for your little angel! Because, like you, we struggled to come up with a name for our daughter.

The Baby Name Wizard book. Below are some common and not so common Italian girl names. Let me know which names you love the most!

Also, fill free to check out Top 50 Unique Baby Girl Names You Might Have Missed!


  1. Isabella
  2. Laura
  3. Priscilla
  4. Emilia
  5. Margherita
  6. Gaia
  7. Bianca
  8. Ilaria
  9. Renata
  10. Gabriella
  11. Paola
  12. Antonia
  13. Giulia
  14. Serafina
  15. Giada
  16. Elisabetta
  17. Isabella
  18. Allessandra
  19. Sara
  20. Luciana
  21. Ginevra
  22. Sofia
  23. Eleonora
  24. Sofia
  25. Alice
  26. Lara
  27. Pia
  28. Angelica
  29. Valentina
  30. Arianna
  31. Amalia
  32. Serena
  33. Emilia
  34. Aurora
  35. Veronica
  36. Lucia
  37. Beatrice
  38. Siena
  39. Livia
  40. Flavia
  41. Benedetta
  42. Francesca
  43. Camilla
  44. Giulia
  45. Carlotta
  46. Martina
  47. Martina
  48. Ludovica
  49. Luisa
  50. Carmen
  51. Stella
  52. Caterina
  53. Carina
  54. Francesca
  55. Viola
  56. Elisa
  57. Chiara
  58. Gaia
  59. Claudia
  60. Drusilla
  61. Elena
  62. Mia
  63. Lelia
  64. Paola
  65. Vittoria
  66. Amara
  67. Bria
  68. Lucia
  69. Liliana
  70. Viviana
  71. Milana
  72. Siena
  73. Annabella
  74. Rosa
  75. Giovanna
  76. Milana
  77. Allegra
  78. Cosetta
  79. Carina
  80. Fia
  81. Emiliana
  82. Eleonara
  83. Idalia
  84. Imelda
  85. Luca
  86. Madalene
  87. Marisa
  88. Micaela
  89. Phebe
  90. Nicola
  91. Rachele
  92. Rina
  93. Sicily
  94. Silvia
  95. Rosana
  96. Via
  97. Viola
  98. Zeta
  99. Verona
  100. Vivia

I love so many of these names! Picking the right name can be hard and sometimes you may hear a name or read a name that hits you with “That’s it!”. When my husband came home and suggested the name Bobbie I fell in love with it!

And her name fits her perfectly!

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  1. Gianna was on our list, but of course we had two boys! Lol. I love a lot of these though. Some I never even considered! So pretty

    • I think Gianna is a very beautiful name. I bet your two boys have very handsome names that match them perfectly:)

  2. I am not in the market for any more babies ( haha) but you are right, these names are adorable! If i had a girl they would be some of the names I would consider.

  3. Great list! Naming a child is such a difficult task for parents. You know I come from Vietnam and our name has meaning there, for example my name means ‘serene and tranquil’. Do these Italian names have special meaning?

    • Wow! that is great! Yes, they do have special meanings. I love the idea of putting the meaning of the names on here so I think I will do that for the next time I do names:)

    • Really that is interesting! Popular names must depend on where you are located. Because where I live and I have never heard someone names Aria but for you, it is a very popular name!

    • I have heard of the name Sofia before but not Gia so I think it is interesting that someone might hear a name more than another person.

  4. So many beautiful girl names! I am pregnant right now with my 4th BOY!!! haha! I need more boy name options ha! Love so many of these girl names though

      • The problem is that most of them are not Italian names for girls, some are for boys and some of them are just not names here! I am Italian living in Italy.

        • Thank you for your insight. Some people like boy names for girls and so I added names that could fit girls. But I will keep this in mind:)


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