There are 711 names matching your criteria. This is page 2.
Means "exposed" in Italian and denoted a child who was rescued after being abandoned by its parents.
From a nickname indicating somebody who produces "meal" or "flour", that is a miller.
From the Italian word fattore
meaning "land agent on a farm".
Occupational name for a metalworker or smith, derived from Latin ferrum
meaning "iron", and thus an Italian version of Smith
FERRO Italian, Portuguese
Meaning "iron" from Latin, comes probably from a nickname for one who worked with iron.
Derived from an old given name Fiore
, meaning "flower".
From a nickname meaning "Frenchman". It is typical of the area of Naples.
From the name of an Italian region of the northeast Friuli
, Italian variant Friulano
From an old given name or nickname, documented in Genoa in 1157 as Garofalus
from a regional variant garofalo
(see the Italian word garofano
Means "cat" in Italian and indicates an agile person.
From the name of one of the most important Italian cities Genova (Genoa).
From the old Italian given name Bonagiunta
in Italian means "to add").
From an Italian nickname meaning "cricket", perhaps given originally to a cheerful person (the cricket is associated with cheerfulness)... [more]
From the Tuscan word gronchio
that indicates a "numb" person or even a "bent" person... [more]
Means "fit, suitable" from the Latin word idoneus
Means "a person from Abriola". Abriola is a town in Southern Italy.
Sardinian surname from a name of the town Làconi near the city of Nuoro.
Derives from Greek dialects that are spoken in southern Italy, namely in Calabria... [more]
Locative surname of Genoa and surroundings derived from the place name Lagomarsino (near Genoa).
Derived from the name place Lama
, quite common around Italy.
Locative surname from the name of a village near the city of Belluno... [more]
Typical of southern Italy: it comes from the place name Laterza, a town near Taranto in the Puglia region.
From the name of the town Laurito, near Salerno in the area of Naples.
Sicilian surname indicating a "light" person, not serious, superficial.
From Locatello, a place in Lombardy near the city of Bergamo in Northern Italy.
From a nickname meaning "thin, lean" (Latin macer
From nicknames meaning "maul" or "mallet" in Italian.
Name for someone who came from Milan, Italy. It means "middle plain".
Locative surname derived from Morra De Sanctis, a place near Naples, Italy.
Means "housefly" in Italian, perhaps originally as a nickname for an annoying person.
Locative surname from the area of Trieste, the capital city of Friuli-Venezia Giulia region... [more]
Occupational origin, indicating the profession of a "mason".
Possibly from naccaro
"player of the tambourine", which derives from the Arabic naqqara
Either from NARDI
or from the name Ardovino
which was derived from the Germanic name Hardwin
"strong" and -win
Nickname for someone with a prominent nose, from Italian naso
From Italian places called Nave or likewise.
Either from the given name Nechus
(from the Latin word nequus
meaning "unjust, unfair") or from a nickname from the archaic Milanese word gnecch
Nickname meaning "black" for someone with dark hair or dark skin or such.
Derived from the given name Nello
, a short form of names like Brunello
From the town Nepi, which is believed to have been founded by Jewish Italians.
Possibly a nickname for an innkeeper, from the archaic Milanese word nervètt
, which is a local dish.
From towns like Nespoli and Nespoledo, from the Italian word nespola
meaning "medlar (tree)".
From the Italian word nicchio
meaning "shell", possibly a nickname for people related to the sea.
From town names like Marina di Nicotera and Nicotera in Calabria.
Nickname meaning "black" from the Sardinian adjective nieddu
Means "son of Niso", where Niso
is from the Greek name Nisus
Derived from the Italian given name Pace
which meant "peace".
Originally denoted one who came from the city of Padua (Padova) in Italy.
From the old nickname pagano
meaning "pagan" (earlier sense "rustic").
From the city of Parma, well known in Italy for its artistic beauties.
From the name of the city of Pavia, near Milano in Lombardy, Italy.
From the name of the city of Perugia, near Rome, the regional capital of Umbria.
From the name of the city of Pesaro, in the Marche region.
Means "fisherman" or "fish-like" from the Italian pesce
Means "plaza" in Italian, indicating that the residence of the original bearer was near the town square.
Nickname for a person who is short, from Italian piccino
Locative surname derived from the name of the town Pierno in Southern Italy near Potenza.
Name for a person who lived near a pine tree, from Latin pinus
Locative origin, derived from the name of a place Piraino, on Sicily.
From the name of the inhabitants of Pisa, one of the most important cities of Tuscany.
Means "dweller on a hill(ock)" from the Italian poggio
Means "dweller on a hill(ock)" from the Italian poggio
Designated a person who lived near a harbour, from Italian porto
, Latin portus
From the name of the city of Potenza, the main town of the Basilicata region in Southern Italy.
From the given name Prosdocimo
, a medieval given name from the old Greek Prosdokimos
From the name of the region in southern France, Provence
(in Italian it is spelled Provenza
From an adjectival derivative of Puglia, also known as Apulia, a region of southeastern Italy containing the boot heel and some of the coastline of the Adriatic Sea, hence a regional name for someone from Puglia/Apulia.
Occupational surname indicating the ràis
, the fisherman who directed the fishing... [more]
From the area of Genoa with a locative origin from the town of Rapallo.
From the important city of Ravenna, near Bologna, in northern Italy.
Means "king" from the Latin rex, regis
, denoting a person who acted like a king.
From Italian ricco
"curly", a nickname for someone with curly hair.
Means "dweller by a river, lake" from the Latin ripa
From a nickname indicating a strong person, from the Italian word robusto
Locative surname from the name of several places called Rocca
spread around Italy.
Locative surname, from the names of places like Ronco or Ronchi, quite common in northern Italy... [more]
Derived from a nickname for a red-haired person, from Italian rosso
, Latin russus
From a medieval nickname indicating a "rustic" man living in the country.
"Saturday", a name for one born on that day of the week.
Means "all saint's day" in Italian, a nickname for one born on that day.
SAPIENTI Italian < Previous Page Next Page >
Means "wise" in Latin or Italian, most likely given to someone who was wise or behaved wisely.