Aldabella - Beautiful. From Leda and Bell.
Alessandra - The defender, or helper of mankind. Form of Alexandra.
Alisa - The wise counsellor, or the truthful one. Also see Alicia and Alison.
Allegra - Cheerful, joyous.
Amadora - The gift of love.
Amata - Beloved. Form of Amy.
Andria - Love, joy.
Aniela - A heavenly messenger, an angel. Form of Angela.
Annata - Grace, or favoured by God. Form of Anne.
Annunziata - The bearer of news.
Assunta - From the Assumption of the Virgin Mary.
Bambalina - Little girl.
Belinda - Beautiful.
Belladonna - Beautiful woman.
Bianca - Fair-haired, or of a fair complexion. Form of Blanche. Used by Shakespeare for characters in two of his plays.
Brunella - Brown-haired. Also See Bruna.
Cameo - An engraved gem.
Caprice - Unpredictable, whimsical.
Cara - Irish Gaelic/Cornish/Italian origin. Irish Gaelic: A friend. Cornish: Love. Italian: The beloved one.
Carin - Irish Gaelic/Cornish/Italian orgin. Irish Gaelic: A friend. Cornish: Love. Italian: The beloved one.
Carlina - A free person.
Carmela - A garden or orchard.
Caryn - Irish Gaelic/Cornish/Italian origin. Irish Gaelic: A friend. Cornish: Love. Italian: The beloved one.
Caterina - Pure. From the name Catherine or Katherine. Also used as an independent name.
Chiara - Bright and famous. The name of an Irish county. Also See Clarice.
Delanna - Soft as wool.
Donata - Gift from god.
Donna - A lady. A short form of Madonna.
Elda - A battle maiden.
Elena - Italian/Portuguese/Spanish. The light of the sun. Also see Eileen, Elaine, Eleanor and Ellen.
Enrica - Italian/Spanish. The ruler of the home. A feminine form of Henry. Also see Harriet.
Esta - From the east.
Farfalla - Italian butterfly.
Felice - Fortunate, happy.
Filippa - A lover of horses. The feminine form of Philip.
Fiorella - A little flower.
Fiorenza - Flower
Gemma - A jewel or gem.
Ghita - Pearl.
Giacinta - Young and beautiful.
Gianina - God is gracious. .
Gianna - God is gracious. .
Ginevra - A woman of the people.
Giorgetta - A girl from the farm. The feminine form of George.
Giovanna - God is gracious. .
Giulia - From a Roman, possibly meaning youthful.
Giulietta - From a Roman, possibly meaning youthful.
Giuseppina - God shall add. .
Imelda - Italian/Spanish. A floret.
Immacolata - The immaculate conception.
Isabella - A form of Elizabeth, meaning consecrated to God.
Jolanda - A violet flower. Also see Violet and Iolanthe.
Lia - Languid, weary.
Loretta - A laurel wreath or a tree.
Lucetta - Italian/Spanish. Light. The feminine form of Lucius and Luke.
Lucia - Italian/Spanish. Light. The feminine form of Lucius and Luke.
Luciana - Italian. Light. The feminine form of Lucius and Luke.
Luisa - Italian/Spanish. A famous warrior maiden. The feminine form of Louis.
Lychorinda - From Shakespeare's play Pericles
Madonna - My lady. From a title of the Virgin Mary.
Magenta - A colour name, after a town in Italy.
Majella - From the name of an Italian saint.
Mariabella - My beautiful Mary.
Marietta - Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also - The star of the sea.
Marsala - A town, and a sweet fortified wine.
Marta - Italian/Spanish. A lady.
Mia - Mine
Mimi - Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also - The star of the sea.
Ornella - A flowering Ash tree.
Ortense - The garden lover.
Ortensia - The garden lover.
Ottavia - The eighth.
Paola - Small. Feminine form of Paul.
Perla - Italian/Spanish. A little sphere.
Phebe - Radiant, bright. The name of a Greek deity.
Prima - First one.
Quorra - Heart.
Romana - From Rome.
Rosa - Italian and Spanish. The flower Rose (Rosa).
Rosalba - A white rose.
Rosalia - Melody
Rosetta - The flower Rose (Rosa).
Sidonia - From Sidonia.
Siena - A city in Tuscany.
Sienna - Reddish brown.
Silvana - From the forest. Also see Silvestra.
Susanna - A Lily. From the name Susan.
Tessa - Countess
Trilby - Sings with trills. A boy or girl's name.
Vanni - Grace, or favoured by God. Form of Anne.
Varanese - A city in Italy.
Vedette - A sentinel.
Venetia - From Venice.
Venitia - Mercy
Vittoria - Victory, the victorious one.
Viviana - Lovely.
Zita - The name of a 13th-century Tuscan saint. Also a diminutive of Rosita (See Rosa).
Zola - Ball of earth.