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Italian, a Romance language, spoken primarily in Italy, but also in Switzerland, San Marino, Vatican City, and minorities such as Malta, Monaco and Croatia. The Italian language is a derivative of Latin and closest to Latin in terms of vocabulary, and is most closely related to two other romance languages, Sicilian and the now extinct Dalmatian language. Unlike most other Romance languages Italian stress on certain syllables in words is highly distinctive, causing it to sound poetic and resonant. The Italian language gained prominence and usage during the Renaissance period of European history and maintained its use and popularity. Baby Name Network is an excellent resource for finding Italian baby names and researching name meanings.
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An angel or saintly messenger.
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Italian boy baby name meaning "An angel or saintly messenger."

Risk-taker
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Italian Boy baby name meaning "Risk-taker"

Grace, or favoured by God. Form of Anne.
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Italian girl baby name meaning "Grace, or favoured by God. Form of Anne."

Grace, or favoured by God. Form of Anne.
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Italian girl baby name meaning "Grace, or favoured by God. Form of Anne."

The bearer of news.
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Italian girl baby name meaning "The bearer of news."

The bearer of news.
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Italian girl baby name meaning "The bearer of news."

Army; disciplined talent
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Italian Boy baby name meaning "Army; disciplined talent"

A man of the army.
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Italian boy baby name meaning "A man of the army."

Talented
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Italian Boy baby name meaning "Talented"

From the Assumption of the Virgin Mary.
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Italian girl baby name meaning "From the Assumption of the Virgin Mary."

Venerable, the exalted one.
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Italian boy baby name meaning "Venerable, the exalted one."

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