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Italian Boy Male Baby Names

This is a collection of male boy baby names from Italy along with their meanings. Italy is located in Southern Europe, a peninsula extending into the central Mediterranean Sea, northeast of Tunisia. However, through history it citizens have emigrated to seek "fame and fortune" and of course took their names with them. You will now find names of Italian descent around the world most notably in the United States and the United Kingdom. Many of these boy names are in common usage today and whilst some become more "americanised" many are still true to their roots of being a truely Italian boys name.

 
  Gaetan  
  A rare Italian boys name which is believed to be linked to the region in Southern Italy  
  Galileo  
  Italian boys name which is believed to mean (meaning) "from Galilee"  
  Galtem  
  Italian boys name meaning strong warrior.  
  Gavino  
  Italian boys name meaning white hawk.  
  Gennaro  
  Italian boys name which is believed to mean (meaning) "of Janus"  
  Gentilo  
  Italian boys name which is believed to mean (meaning) foreigner  
  Georgio  
  Italian boys name meaning farmer.  
  Gerardo  
  Italian boys name meaning spear hard.  
 
 
  Geremia  
  Italian boys name which is believed to mean (meaning) "the Lord exalts"  
  Geronimo  
  Italian boys name meaning sacred.  
  Giacomo  
  (jock-a mo) Italian boys name which is believed to mean (meaning) he who supplants  
  Gian  
  Italian boys name which is believed to mean (meaning) the Lord is Gracious  
  Gino  
  Italian boys name which is believed to mean (meaning) either "ever living" or "well born"  
  Giovanni  
  Italian boys name which is believed to be a variant of John  
  Giulio  
  Italian boys name which is believed to mean (meaning) youthful  
  Guido  
  Italian boys name which is a variant of Guy and is a very rare male first name and a very popular surname  
  Guy  
  Italian boys name of uncertain origin which means (meaning) possibly it is of Old German origin, and its meaning is "wood" or may also possibly be Welsh "lively" or Old German "warrior".  
  Hadrian  
  Italian boys name of uncertain origin or meaning but believed to be simply "from Hadria" a Northern Italian City  
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