Alessandra Alessandra is a female given name of Greek origin, meaning defender of men. It is the Italian form of the female given name Alexandra and the female form of the male given name Alessandro.
Angelica Angelica is a female given name and a variant of Angelika. It is pronounced an-JEL-ih-kuh in English or ahn-je-LEE-kah in Italian.
Angelina Angelina is a diminutive form of the name Angela, a name derived from the Greek angelos (Greek αγγελος) meaning "messenger".
Annetta Annetta is a Latinate variant of the feminine given name Anna. It is used in Italian-speaking countries. Notable people with the name include:
Antonietta Antonietta is an Italian given name, the feminine form of Antoine, meaning priceless, inestimable, highly praised. It is one of many given names traceable to the root Anthos, meaning flower.
Altan Altan is a common masculine Turkish given name used also as surname and a Mongolian given name. Altan means "golden" in Mongolian and "red dawn" in Turkic. The related word "Altın" is also Turkish for "golden" and a common Turkish surname.
Amita Amita is a female name of Indian, Hebrew and Italian origin. The name means "infinite, boundless" in Sanskrit, "truth" in Hebrew and "friendship" in Italian.
Adelasia Adelasia (variant forms include Adelaide, Azalaïs, and Alasia) may refer to:
Albina Albina (ahl-BEE-nah) is a feminine Tatar, Italian, Polish, Galician, Kyrgyz ("girl who brings happiness"), and Slovene given name from the Roman cognate Albinus, derived from the Latin albus, meaning "white" or "bright". There are masculine variants including Albin in Poland, Scandinavia, and Slovenia; and Aubin in France. In Estonia, France, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, and Sweden March 1 is Albina’s Name day. Albina is uncommon as a surname. People with the given name Albina include:
Alessia Alessia is a mostly Italian feminine form of the male name Alessio, Italian form of Alexius. It is a popular name for girls in Italy and was the second most popular name for Italian girls born in 2006.
Adelma Adelma is an Italian female given name, from old high German adal (take out, the nobility, from plush gender) and helm (helmet, the cover, the cover, protection) comes.
Allegra Allegra is an Italian female given name. The name means "The happy one". The first name Allegra is very popular in Italy and the United States.
Annunziata Annunziata (from Latin annuntiare, announce, proclaim or annuntiator, heralds) is an Italian female given name. It is derived, as it is often in the Romance language, from one of the epithets of the Virgin Mary.
Antonella Antonella is an Italian female given name.
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