Boy Names of Italian language or origin

Many Italian names end with a vowel, which is characteristic of the vowel verb endings in the Italian language. Traditionally, boys were named after biblical saints due to the Catholic religious culture in the country, and names such as Pedro, Marco and Luca have their equivalent versions in the English-speaking world.
abundant, plentiful, priest ... of Latin and Old English origin, and it ... contraction of Abbondio ...
abundant, plentiful, abundant ... mainly used in Italian and its ... variant form of Abundius ...
breath, vapor, son ... used chiefly in Italian and its origin ... variant of Abel ...
father of a multitude ... used chiefly in the Esperanto, ... derived from Hebrew origins ...
high father, father of a multitude ... used predominantly in the Italian and ... derived from Hebrew origins ...
pain, lipless ... has its origins in the Old Greek ... variant transcription of Achilles ...
pain, lipless ... primarily used in the Italian ... form of Achilles ... irregularly used as a baby boy name ...
nobly famous ... language of origin is Germanic ... predominantly used in Spanish, Italian, and ...
man ... used chiefly in Italian and Spanish ... derived from Hebrew origins ... variant of Adam ...
a large bat, little fire, fire, ... used predominantly in the English, ... variant of Adam ...
noble wolf ... of Germanic origin ... used mainly in the English, Italian, and ...
man from Hadria, dark one ... used chiefly in the English, German, ... a town in northern Italy named after ...
man from Hadria, dark one ... largely used in the English, Italian, ... Its origin is Latin ...
young deer ... used predominantly in the Italian ... an infrequently used baby name for boys ...
a heavenly messenger, an angel ... origin is Italian ... variant form of Agnolo ... not in the top 1000 names ...
a heavenly messenger, an angel ... origin is Italian ... variant of Agnolo ...
a heavenly messenger, an angel ... derived from Italian origins ... infrequently used as a baby name for ...
august, dignified, holy ... largely used in the Italian language ... variant of Augustine ...
august, dignified, holy ... has its origins in the Latin language ... variant transcription of August ...
fatherland ... language of origin is Germanic and it is used ... a baby boy name of irregular use ...

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