Chiara is an Italian female text to speech voice I like. She is my favorite.
lamarcooper100  11/19/2019
Lovely name. Definitely better than Claire/Clair and Kiara. I also think this name would make a nice sibling set with Elio.
Feiticeiro  10/2/2019
This is an awesome name! Everyone ignores it so much but it’s such an elegant ITALIAN name that is way too ignored. All Chiaras: be lucky you have such a great name!
nylonpanda  9/13/2019
Chiara (real name Chiara Siracusa) is a Maltese singer who represented her country in 1998, 2005, and 2009 Eurovision with the songs "The One That I Love" (1998), "Angel" (2005), and "What If We" (2009). She has been in the final all three times, but did not crack the Top 10 once in 2009.
thezenithofnadir  4/22/2019
Chiara Iezzi of Paola e Chiara. Her & her sister are excellent singers.
thezenithofnadir  1/16/2018
The "Namesake" section is missing Blessed Chiara Badano (October 29, 1971 - October 7, 1990), a young Italian girl and member of the popular Focolare Movement who was diagnosed with a painful form of Osteogenetic Sarcoma before she was even 17 years old. However, the heroic virtue she showed throughout this horribly painful disease, the joyful acceptance with which she endured it, together with certain verified miracles, have led to her being raised up as an example of holiness in suffering by the Catholic Church, being bestowed the title of Blessed. [noted -ed]
SpeakNSpirit  11/6/2017
My name is Chiara but I prefer "Chi-ara" as the pronunciation. It fits the look and my personality. I don't really care about the "supposed to".
Just once  6/25/2017
Chiara Zanni is a Canadian voice actress of Italian descent. She is known for voicing the titular character in the English dub of the anime Hamtaro.
Buneary  6/11/2017
Such a lovely sounding name but an unattractive and unappealing spelling. Kiara is the spelling I would use.
― Anonymous User  2/17/2017
Another gorgeous Italian name! Love it!
regeroni  3/2/2016
Chiara Ferragni is an Italian blogger and fashion designer.
― Anonymous User  5/2/2015
This name is pronounced "kee-ar-ah", the second syllable being pronounced like the word "are".
pocahontas  3/27/2014
A very popular name for babies in Italy, Chiara is very rare in the United States, probably because its likely to be mispronounced. Nevertheless, 111 baby girls born in the US in 2012 were given the name Chiara.
Oohvintage  7/17/2013
Chiara, the "Invisible Girl" in E.T.A. Hoffmann's The Life and Opinions of the Tomcat Murr.
lcgirl20  1/7/2011
I have an Italian friend named Chiara and she pronounces the "r" as a "t": Kee-A-tah.
mllefantine  9/24/2010
My name is Chira and it's pronounced Cheera like in chamber. It's Kurdish and it means light just like Chiara. Almost same spelling, different pronunciation, but same meaning.
gimmeaname  3/13/2010
In Italy Chiara was not much common in the past, today it has become overused: it was the 7th most popular name in Rome in 1981, 1986 and 1991, the 4th in 1994 (behind Giulia, Francesca and Federica); the 3rd in all Italy in 2004 (behind Giulia and Martina) and the 5th in 2006 (behind Giulia, Sara, Sofia and Martina).
presentperfect  12/20/2008
Chiara Mastroianni is an actress, daughter of Catherine Deneuve and Marcello Mastroianni. She also made an album with yummy French singer Benjamin Biolay, who she was married to for a while.
Pie  10/22/2008
I love the name Chiara. It's a popular Italian name. I can't stand Kiara/Keeara etc, though. It's NOT pronounced like Kierra as someone here wrote. It's kee-AH-ra.
Lily8  9/13/2008
Pronounced kee-AR-ah or kee-Ah-ra.
― Anonymous User  3/1/2008
Chiara is a pretty name. It's my name and it is annoying of people saying it wrong, but that just shows that it's unique. It is pronounced kee-era. Kiara is how it sounds but it is spelled differently. Im in middle school so I hear it said wrong all the time. I hear Ciara, Chi-ara and kee-ara, but after a while you get used to it. When someone calls Ciara or any of the other names I know that they're calling me.
― Anonymous User  10/15/2007
This name is so pretty. I don't like seeing it Anglicised, but it's understandable since the original spelling is so easy to mispronounce.
― Anonymous User  6/23/2007
Chiara is my name, and I grow to like it. When I was a little girl I used to dislike it, but now at 30 I simply adore it. It's strong and feminine at the same time, simple and elegant. It's pronounced "KEE-ARA" and not "Chee-era" or "Ky-ara" like most English speaking people do. Unfortunately, in Italy it has become a very common name. Still, I like it.
sunbeam  3/2/2007
It's pronounced kee-A-ra.
Jenna R  2/23/2006

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