Is 'Gargi' an Italian name?
No, "Gargi" is not an Italian name.
Specifically, it is an ancient name from India. It comes from the ancient Sanskrit language. Among its meanings in English are "churn, vessel for drinking water."
Gargi Banerji was born in 1963.
Sister Gargi was born in 1911.
Sister Gargi died in 2004.
gargi means Durga or wise women
Balwant Gargi died on 2003-04-22.
Balwant Gargi was born on 1916-12-04.
Balwant Gargi has written: 'Kanak di balli'
The cast of Window Calls U - 2008 includes: Gargi as Gargi
No, Olschewski would not be an Italian name.
Gargi rawat probably, she is the only one worth noticing.
Balwant Gargi wrote it
Gargi,Githika/Geethika,Gayatri,Ganga,Girija,Gandhari, Gopika, Godavari(a river)
Name is "Nome" in Italian.
No. Letizia is an Italian name.
No! Anthony is an Italian name!
actually, Sabrina is an Italian name...
A cute Italian name is Paolino
Gargi Bhattacharyya has written: 'Ethnicities and values in a changing world' -- subject(s): Group identity, Values, Cultural pluralism 'Minority ethnic attainment and participation in education and training' -- subject(s): Occupational training for minorities, Education, Minorities
Yes. Rosa is an Italian female name.
if i had a name in Italian it would probably be "Siena"
Maurizio is the Italian name for Mauricio.
The name Marie is Marie in Italian
"Name" in English means nome in Italian.
Well, I think the name Isabella is Italian. That's why when Rosalie made the comment, "I hope she's Italian", because they were making Italian food, Emmett replied, "Well her name is Bella." So I don't know if Bella is Italian, but her name is Italian... I think.
The Italian name Isabella means 'pledged to God'.
darian well the Italian name for a bassoon is darian
Trevino is an Italian last name.
Yes, "Babini" is an Italian last name.
The Italian language name of francium is francio.
Yes, the name Bozzo is of Italian origin.
Yes, Antonio is an Italian name.
Sasha is the same in Italian and Russian. Specifically, the name functions as a Russian loan name in Italian. It is a masculine proper noun. The pronunciation will be "SA-sha" in Italian.
Gail is the same in English and Italian. Specifically, the name can be a feminine given name or nickname in English. It is a nickname in Italian. The name originates in the Hebrew name Abigayl, which means "father" (ab) and "joy" (gayl). The pronunciation will be "gheyl" in terms of the Italian nickname and "AH-bee-gheyl" in terms of the Italian given name Abigail.
The way to pronounce the name Alcibiade, Italian for the Greek name Alcibiades, is "AL-tchee-BYA-dey" in Italian.
"Divertiti" is a good name for an Italian restaraunt, because the word is Italian for "enjoy".
Gargi is said to have debated yagyavalkya
The Italian name is Svizzera.
Pizza IS italian.
In Italian, the name is Nicolai.
La Gioconda is the Italian name for Mona Lisa.
The name of one of the Italian footballers is Francesco Totti.
You can say Patty as well. The Italian name is Patrizia.
well,it is a hispanic origin last name It is also an Italian last name - it means something like "beef" in Italian. It's name is in many Italian beef dishes.
No, the name is Italian and originates from Sicily. The name is actually the Italian word for "barber".
"Jasmine" is one English equivalent of the Italian name Gelsimina. Specifically, the English and the Italian names are feminine proper nouns. The Italian form is a variation of the name Gelsomina. The pronunciation will be "DJEL-see-MEE-nah" in Italian.
Curtis is an English loan name in Italian. Specifically, the name is a masculine proper noun. Its equivalent as a surname in Italian is Cortese ("courteous"). The pronunciation will be "kor-TE-ze" in Italian.
Yes, Nicola is a common name in Italian culture. Specifically, the name is a masculine proper noun. It may be found as a popular choice for a masculine first name throughout Italian history. It will be pronounced "nee-KOH-lah" in Italian.
"Rut" is an Italian equivalent of the name "Ruth." Specifically, the Italian and English names trace their origins back to the original Hebrew name whose meaning is "companion." In Italian, it is a feminine noun as a feminine proper name. The pronunciation is "root."