Top 10 Most Popular Italian Girl Names In 2024

Natalia is a female given name with the original Late Latin meaning of "Christmas Day" (cf. Latin natale domini). It is currently used in this form in Italian, Romanian, Spanish, Portuguese, Greek, Russian, Ukrainian, Bulgarian and Polish.
Natalie is a female given name derived from the Late Latin name Natalia meaning "Christmas Day" (cf. Latin natale domini). This form is found in many languages, but is especially common in German, Dutch and English speaking countries as well as Scandinavia.
Donna is an English-language feminine first name meaning "woman" in Italian. The original meaning is closer to "lady of the home" and was a title of respect in Italy, equivalent to Don for men. It is a common given name in the United States (particularly in Chicago, New York City, and San Francisco).
Cianna is an Italian Name of Hebrew origin pronounced see-ah-na and also see-an-na. If pronounced key-ah-na it is of Irish origin, a variation of Kiana. Cianna means beautiful, courageous, and special girl. Personal experiences with the name Cianna: | Edit. My Daughter is named Cianna.
Italian in origin, Capri is one of the most beautiful islands in the world. Meanings also include whimsy & playful. A truly beautiful name for a happy, smiley, girl.


Lia or Lía is the Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of Leah. Leah is a Hebrew name borne from the Bible as the elder sister of Rachel and the first wife of Jacob (Genesis 29:1-30). Her name means “languid, relaxed” in Hebrew. ... Lia (or Lía with an accent mark) is the Italian and Spanish form of the name.
Ysabelle, Belle or Ysa. Meanings and history of the name Ysabel: | Edit. French Meaning: The name Ysabel is a French baby name. In French the meaning of the name Ysabel is: Devoted to God.
Camila is the Spanish and Portuguese form of Camilla, both of which are derived from an Old Roman family name Camillus, which itself developed from a cognomen originally derived from a nickname.


Zita is a female given name. The name may originate from the Italian word zita meaning young girl, or from the Hungarian pet name of Felicita, from Latin Felicia. In Basque, the word means saint. In Greek, the word means seeker.


The name Dona is a Spanish baby name. In Spanish the meaning of the name Dona is: Lady. Respectful title and female equivalent of the title Don.