What are some good Italian names?
Giovanna, Luigi, Dominic, George
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Alessandra/o, Maria, Lisa, Antonio, Lorenzo, Niko, Daniele, Marco
I'm Italian. My last name is Carliano. Some others are DiPreta, Napadano, Ragusa, Pagano, and DeSilvio. Hope this helped!
Buon pomeriggio, mi chiamo is the Italian equivalent of 'Good afternoon, my name is...'. In the word by word translation, the masculine adjective 'buon' means 'good'. The m…asculine gender noun 'pomeriggio' means 'afternoon'. The reflexive 'mi' means 'myself'. The verb 'chiamo' means '[I] am called, call [myself]'. The words are pronounced as 'bwohn poh-meh-REE-joh mee kee-AH-moh'.
well im Italian so i should know well boshetta or vaselle or essa or u could use my name kaylee
Here are some ideas - the top 20 boys names in Italy, 2004. Francesco (fran-chesko) Alessandro Andrea (an-drey-uh) Matteo (mat-tey-oh) Lorenzo Luca Mattia Sim…one (see-mohn-ey) Davide (da-vee-day) Marco Gabriele (gab-ree-ehl-lay) Giuseppe (gyoo-sep-pay) Riccardo Tommaso Antonio Alessio Federico Giovanni (gyoh-vah-nee) Leonardo (ley-ohn-ard-oh) Filippo
Italian girls' names include: Caleigh Giovanna Elizabeth Stefania Anna Louisa Rosa
The Duchy of Parma, the GrandDuchy of Tuscany, the Kingdoms of Piedmont-Sardinia and of the TwoSicilies, and the Papal States are examples of some ofItaly's historical states…. Specifically,these states formed with the loosening of French control in 1814and the holding of the Congress of Vienna in 1814-1815. The duchiesof Parma and Tuscany respectively formed in northwest and northeastItaly. The kingdoms of Piedmont-Sardinia and of the Two Siciliesformed respectively in extreme northeast Italy and the island ofSardinia and in central and south Italy and the island of Sicily.The Papal States formed in central Italy.
La Colonia Italiana is a good name for an Italian colony. It's a good choice, because it's obvious what it means. In the word by word translation, the definite article 'la' m…eans 'the'. The feminine gender noun 'colonia' means 'colony'. The adjective 'italiana' means 'Italian'.
A lot of Italian cafe are called Cafe dell'Duomo for example. Italian cafe's are named after the street or area you are in. Other cafes will be named after the owner like Cafe… Marco for example.
Andrea is one of them but there are many others. you can google search to find more and here is another one i forgot his first name but his last is Maur.
Spaghetti's Gratcie's (Thank you in Italian)
buon pomeriggio, mi chiamo Iman
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