You’re having a baby—congratulations on the good news! While there is a lot to do in preparation for baby’s arrival, one of the most exciting parts is deciding on a name for the newest addition to your family. Whether you want to pick a name right away or want to wait until you get to meet baby, it’s always a good idea to start narrowing down your search in advance.

Mama Mia! Are you interested in Italian baby names? Italian baby names are a great choice regardless of your culture or heritage. While some choose an Italian baby girl name or baby boy name because it aligns with their Italian roots and traditions, others simply love the sound of Italian names. Italian is a Romance language, after all. You’ll soon find that Italian baby girl names like Tiziana sound exotic and mysterious, and Italian baby boy names like Allesandro sound dashing and heroic. One thing is for sure though: each Italian baby name sounds beautiful when you say it.

Ready to explore all the amazing Italian baby names? Check out The Bump’s list of Italian baby boy and girl names to find the perfect one for your newborn.

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What are some popular Italian baby girl names?

There are so many lovely Italian baby girl names to choose from, but some of the most popular ones include Gianna, Lucia, Bianca, Romina, Zola and Etta. For more options, see our listing below.

What are some popular Italian baby boy names?

You’ll find many common Italian baby boy names, but some of the most popular ones include Luca, Enzo, Romeo, Giovanni, Armani and Gianni, among countless others. Check out our list below to find even more popular names.