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I'm Italian. My last name is Carliano. Some others are DiPreta, Napadano, Ragusa, Pagano, and DeSilvio. Hope this helped!
I think you should be less lazy and look it up on your own
Dominic (Dom), Donatello (Don, Donny), Leonardo (Leo or Leon), Michelangelo (Mike, Mikey), Raphael (Raph, Rafe), Riccardo (Rick, Ricky), and Zeppo are fine Italian masculi…ne names.
In the Italian White pages - see the related link.
The last name 'Frantom' may or may not be Italian. It sometimes is identified as an English family name. But in that case, it most likely is originally a French last name. T…he French origins may or may not go back to Italy. It may relate to 'frantumi' , which is Italian for 'splinters'.
Chiapetto, but that's just an opinionated answer. I think Fresco is a cool Italian last name.
Yes , the last name " Ilvento " may be Italian in origin. Specifically, the Italian masculine singular definite article is " il " ("the"). The Italian masculine noun " vento …" means "wind." Together, the words mean "the wind." The pronunciation is "eel-VEHN-toh."
I don't think so. Delgadillo is a spanish surname.
Absolutely not :D sorry!
Yes , Bravo is an Italian last name. Specifically, the Italian word is the masculine form of an adjective that means "brave, courageous." The pronunciation is "BRAH-voh." …The feminine form, brava , is pronounced "BRAH-vah."
My favorite online surname search site (House of Names) does not reflect any information regarding "Podesla" as a surname at all. Sorry.
Yes, "Babini" is an Italian last name.
Yes , " Gianantonio " is a last name. Specifically, the name combines the first names " Giovanni " and " Antonio ." The name " Giovanni " means "John." It often is shortene…d to " Gianni " or even " Gian " before names that begin with vowels. The name " Antonio " means "Anthony." The pronunciation is "DJYAH-nahn-TOH-nyoh."