Medieval Italian Submitted Names

These names were used by medieval Italian peoples.
gender
usage
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Abondancia f Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian form of Abundance.
Abramuccio m Medieval Italian, Judeo-Italian, Medieval Jewish
Medieval Italian diminutive of Abramo, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Accorsa f Medieval Italian
Italian accorsa from Latin accursia "aided, helped".... [more]
Adaleta f Medieval Italian, Medieval Catalan
Adaleta di Siena was the wife of Farinata degli Uberti (leader of the Ghibelline faction in Florence). ... [more]
Adamuccio m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Adamo, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Adelasia f Medieval Italian, Theatre, Italian, Sardinian
Medieval Italian variant of Adelaide. ... [more]
Affrosa f Medieval Italian
Italian saint, also known as St Dafrosa. Married to St Flavian.
Agatuccia f Medieval Italian, Italian (Rare)
Medieval Italian diminutive of Agata, as -uccia is an Italian feminine diminutive suffix.... [more]
Agnola f Medieval Italian
Feminine form of Agnolo.
Agnolo m Medieval Italian (Tuscan)
Variant of Angiolo. A bearer of this name was Agnolo di Tura, an Italian chronicler from the 14th century AD.
Alagia f Medieval Italian, Italian (Archaic)
Contracted form of Adelagia. The Genoese noblewoman Alàgia dei Fieschi, who Dante praises in his 'Purgatorio' (c.1318), was a niece of Pope Adrian V and the wife of Dante's friend Moroello III Malaspina.
Alaimo m Medieval Italian
Derived from the surname of the noble family Alaimo, which emigrated from the kingdom of Aragon to the kingdom of Sicily in the 12th century... [more]
Alasia f Medieval Italian
Contracted form of Adelasia.
Albertano m Medieval Italian
Italian form of Albertanus. Albertano da Brescia was an author of Latin social treatises and sermons.
Albertinus m Germanic (Latinized), Medieval Italian (Latinized)
Latinized form of a diminutive of Albertus. Used by a saint.
Albertuccia f Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Alberta, as -uccia is an Italian feminine diminutive suffix.
Albertuccio m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Alberto, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Albiera f Medieval Italian
Feminine form of Albiero, itself a variant of Alberico.
Alegreza f Medieval Italian
Derived from Italian allegrezza "joy".
Alfania f Medieval Italian
Feminine form of Alfano.
Alfano m Medieval Italian
Italian form of Alfunus.
Alfreduccio m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Alfredo, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Altabella f Medieval Italian
From Latin alta “high” and bella “beautiful”.
Altaluna f Medieval Italian
Derived from Italian alta, the feminine form of the adjective alto, meaning "high; deep; big; towering; elevated" and, when used in a poetic context, "grand; sublime; noble" and luna "moon".... [more]
Altapasqua f Medieval Italian
Likely derived from Italian alta, the feminine form of the adjective alto, meaning "high; deep; big; towering; elevated" and, when used in a poetic context, "grand; sublime; noble" and pasqua "Easter".
Alteria f Medieval Italian
Feminine form of Altero.
Amadore m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian form of Amator. The modern form of the name is Amatore.
Amatasana f Medieval Italian
From Italian amata "loved" (cf. Amata) and sana "healthy".
Amerigotto m Medieval Italian
Diminutive of Amerigo, as -otto is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Ameriguccio m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Amerigo, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Andreotto m Medieval Italian
Diminutive of Andrea 1, as -otto is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.... [more]
Andreuccio m Medieval Italian, Literature
Medieval Italian diminutive of Andrea 1, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.... [more]
Andrunela f Medieval Italian (Italianized, ?)
"caminho curto, ou estradinha"
Anfelisia f Medieval Italian
Of uncertain origin and meaning. It is most likely related to medieval English Amphelisa.
Angeluccia f Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Angela, as -uccia is an Italian feminine diminutive suffix.
Angeluccio m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Angelo, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.... [more]
Angiolello m Medieval Italian
Diminutive of Angiolo, as -ello is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.... [more]
Angiolotto m Medieval Italian
Diminutive of Angiolo, as -otto is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Anglesia f Medieval Italian
Of uncertain origin.... [more]
Anselmuccio m Medieval Italian, Literature
Medieval Italian diminutive of Anselmo, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.... [more]
Antoniotto m Medieval Italian
Diminutive of Antonio, as -otto is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix. A known bearer of this name was the Genoese trader and explorer Antoniotto Usodimare (1416-1462)... [more]
Antonuccia f Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Antonia, as -uccia is an Italian feminine diminutive suffix.
Antonuccio m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Antonio, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Archangela f Medieval Italian
Latinate form of Arcangela. A known bearer was 15th-century Italian nun Archangela Girlani, whom the Catholic church has beatified.
Argenta f Italian (Rare), English (Rare), Medieval Italian (Tuscan)
Derived from Latin argenta meaning "silver".
Armanduccio m Medieval Italian, Italian (Rare)
Medieval Italian diminutive of Armando, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Arrigotto m Medieval Italian
Diminutive of Arrigo, as -otto is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Arriguccio m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Arrigo, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Artù m Medieval Italian, Literature, Italian (Rare)
Medieval Italian and literarian form of Arturo. This is the form used to refers to King Arthur, the legendary figure.
Ascelino m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian form of Ascelin.
Auliver m Medieval Italian
A variant of Oliver.... [more]
Aurigemma f Medieval Italian
Means "golden gem" in Neapolitan, now mostly found as a surname.
Austina f English (Rare), Medieval Italian (Tuscan), Sicilian, Corsican (Rare)
Originally a Tuscan contracted form of Augustina and a Sicilian variant of Agustina, in the English-speaking world this name is now generally understood as a feminization of Austin.
Azzo m Medieval Italian
Derived from the Germanic element athal 'noble' with the diminutive suffix -z.... [more]
Baccio m Medieval Italian (Tuscan)
Diminutive of names that end in -accio which is preceded by a "B sound", such as Bartolomeaccio, Bartolaccio, Iacobaccio, Bindaccio or Fortebraccio.
Balduccio m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Baldo, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.... [more]
Balsamo m Medieval Italian
Masculine form of Balsamia.
Barnabuccio m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Barnaba, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Bartolommeo m Medieval Italian, American (Rare)
Archaic Italian form of Bartolomeo which apparently survived in the US where it is occasionally used.... [more]
Bartolomuccio m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Bartolomeo, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Bartoluccio m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Bartolo, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.... [more]
Bartuccio m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Barto, which was a rare short form of Bartolo and Bartolomeo.... [more]
Belaflore f Medieval Italian
Alternate form of Bellaflore.
Belcolore f Medieval Italian, Literature
Combination of Italian bel "beautiful" and colore "colour". The Italian novelist Boccaccio used this name in his work 'The Decameron' (1350).
Belfante m Medieval Italian
Derived from Italian bel fante meaning "fair child", which consists of the Italian adjective bello meaning "fair, beautiful" and the Italian noun fante, a medieval variant of the (now dated and rare) Italian noun infante meaning "infant, child"... [more]
Belfantino m Medieval Italian
Diminutive of Belfante, as -ino is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Belhonor f Medieval Italian
Derived from Latin bella "beautiful, charming, pleasant" and honor "honor".
Bellacara f Medieval Italian
From Latin bella "beautiful" and cara "dear, beloved". See also Carabella, which is composed of the same elements in reverse order.
Bellaflore f Medieval Italian
Derived from Latin bella "beautiful, charming, pleasant" and a derivative of Latin flos "flower".
Bellavita f Medieval Italian
From Latin bella meaning "beautiful" and vita meaning "life".
Bello m Medieval Italian, Spanish
Short form of Jacobello or other names ending in bello. It is also associated with the Italian word meaning "beautiful, handsome".
Belluccia f Medieval Italian
Short form of Isabelluccia, which is a diminutive of Isabella.
Beltramino m Medieval Italian (Tuscan)
Diminutive of Beltramo, the Tuscan form of Bertram.
Beneditto m Medieval Italian, Neapolitan
Medieval Italian and Neapolitan form of Benedictus.
Benvenuta f Medieval Italian, Romansh, History (Ecclesiastical)
Feminine form of Benvenuto. Benvenuta Bojani (1254 - 1292) was an Italian Roman Catholic professed member of the Third Order of Saint Dominic. She dedicated her life to strict austerities as an act of repentance and devotion to God and was known to have visions of angels and demons... [more]
Bergama f Medieval Italian
Feminine form of Bergamo.
Bergamo m Medieval Italian
Derived from Latin Bergomum, ultimately from Proto-Germanic bergaz "mountain". This is the name of an Italian city which was also used as a personal name.
Berlinghiero m Medieval Italian (Tuscan)
Tuscan form of Berengar. This name was borne by Berlinghiero of Lucca, the artist of 'Madonna and Child' (c. 1230).
Bernarduccio m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Bernardo, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Bertolino m Medieval Italian, Portuguese (Brazilian)
Medieval Italian diminutive of Bertolo. In the case of the Brazilian Portuguese name, it is more likely a transferred use of the Italian surname.
Bertolo m Medieval Italian
Variant of Bartolo; in some cases it may also have been a variant of Berto.
Bertuccia f Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Berta, as -uccia is an Italian feminine diminutive suffix.... [more]
Bertuccio m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Berto, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.... [more]
Besina f Medieval Italian
Of uncertain origin and meaning. It might be a diminutive of Elisabetta.
Bindo m Medieval Italian
Medieval name of unknown origin. It was very popular in Florence in the age of Dante Alighieri (late 13th - early 14th centuries). It is no more in use but it has originated the common surname Bindi.
Biordo m Medieval Italian
Meaning uncertain. The best known bearer of this name was the Italian military leader Biordo Michelotti (1352-1398).
Bona f Theatre, Medieval Italian, Polish, Corsican (Archaic)
Possibly derived from Latin bonus, -a, -um meaning "good, kind, pleasant, right, honest, brave, noble; valid, useful, healthy". This was the name of a 12th-century Italian saint... [more]
Bonabella f Medieval Italian
From Latin bona meaning "good" (feminine form of bonus) and bella meaning "beautiful".
Bonadeus m Medieval Italian
Derived from Latin bonus meaning "good" and Latin deus meaning "God".
Bonafemina f Medieval Italian
Derived from Latin bona “good, kind, right” and femina “woman, female”. See also Bonafilia.
Bonagiunta m & f Medieval Italian, Literature
Derived from the Italian adjective buono meaning "good" as well as "fair" combined with giunta, the feminine past participle of the Italian verb giungere meaning "to arrive". As such, the name is basically a reference to the safe arrival of a newborn.... [more]
Bonamice f Medieval Italian
Derived from Latin bona meaning "good" and Latin amica meaning "friend"
Bonamico m Medieval Italian
Derived from the Italian adjective bono meaning "good" combined with the Italian noun amico meaning "friend".
Bonanno m Medieval Italian
Means "good year" in Italian.
Bonaventur m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian form of Bonaventura.
Bonavera f Medieval Italian
From Latin bona "good, kind, right" (from bonus) combined with vera "true" (from verus).
Boncompagno m Medieval Italian
Derived from the Italian adjective bono meaning "good" combined with the Italian noun compagno meaning "companion, friend".
Bonconte m Medieval Italian, Literature
Derived from the Italian adjective bono meaning "good" combined with the Italian noun conte meaning "count" or "earl" (also compare Contessa).... [more]
Bonfante m Medieval Italian, Judeo-Italian, Medieval Jewish
Medieval Italian form of the Late Latin given name Bonusinfans meaning "good child", which was derived from the Latin adjective bonus meaning "good" and the Latin noun infans meaning "infant, child".... [more]
Bonfantino m Medieval Italian, Judeo-Italian, Medieval Jewish
Diminutive of Bonfante, as -ino is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Bonfilius m Medieval Italian (Latinized)
Latinized form of the medieval Italian name Buonfiglio (see Bonfiglio). This name was borne by an Italian saint from the 12th century AD.
Bonincontro m Medieval Italian
Derived from the Italian adjective bono meaning "good" combined with the Italian noun incontro meaning "encounter, meeting".
Bonino m Medieval Italian
Diminutive of Bono, as -ino is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Bonissima f Medieval Italian
Derived from Latin bonissima meaning "most good, kind, right, pleasant; valid, useful, healthy".
Bonitas f Medieval Italian
Derived from Latin bonitas meaning "goodness, integrity, moral excellence".
Bonizella f Italian (Rare, Archaic), Medieval Italian (Tuscan), History (Ecclesiastical)
Feminine form of Bonizone. The Blessed Bonizella or Bonizzella Cacciaconti (1235-1300) was a Sienese widow who devoted her time and money to the poor after the death of her husband, Naddo Piccolomini.
Bonsimon m Medieval Italian, Medieval Latin
Combination of Latin bonus meaning "good, kind" and the name Simon 1.
Bonuccio m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Bono, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Braccesca f Medieval Italian
Feminization of Braccio due to the use of the Italian feminine adjectival suffix -esca (compare Francesca).... [more]
Braccio m Medieval Italian
Short form of Fortebraccio, a nickname that was also used as a given name in medieval Italy. Nowadays it solely exists as both a descriptive and a patronymic surname.... [more]
Branca m Medieval Italian
Short form of both Brancaleone and Brancazio. A known bearer of this name was the Genovese nobleman Branca Doria (c... [more]
Brancaleone m Medieval Italian
The meaning of this medieval Italian given name is either "a lion's paw" or "he who captures the lion". In the case of the former meaning, the name is derived from Italian branca meaning "paw, claw" combined with Italian leone meaning "lion"... [more]
Buonamico m Medieval Italian
Variant of Bonamico. The Italian painter Buonamico Buffalmacco (c. 1290-1340) was the basis of a trickster character in Giovanni Boccaccio's Decameron (1350).
Buonfiglio m Medieval Italian
Means "good child" in Italian, derived from Italian buono meaning "good, fair" combined with Italian figlio meaning "child, son".... [more]
Cacciaguida m Medieval Italian (Archaic)
Name of an Italian crusader (Cacciaguida Degli Elisei), who was also the grandfather of Dante Alighieri.
Cali f Medieval Italian
Italian form of Kale.
Calomaria f Medieval Italian
From Greek κάλος meaning "beautiful" combined with Maria.
Calvo m Medieval Italian
Derived from Latin calvus "bald".
Cangrande m Medieval Italian, Literature
Derived from the Italian noun can meaning "khan" as well as "dog" combined with the Italian adjective grande meaning "big, great".... [more]
Cante m Medieval Italian
Meaning uncertain. It is either a short form of Cavalcante, or derived from the Italian word canto meaning "song".
Capuana f Medieval Italian
Feminine form of Capuan.
Cara f Medieval Italian
Feminine form of Caro.
Carabella f Medieval Italian, English (American, Rare)
From Latin cara meaning "dear, beloved" and bella meaning "beautiful".
Carafina f Medieval Italian
Possibly derived from surname Carafa (Caraffa), which belonged to the House of Carafa (Caraffa), a noble Neapolitan family known from XII century... [more]
Carissima f English (Rare), History (Ecclesiastical), Medieval Italian
Means "dearest, most beloved" in Latin, the superlative form of the adjective cara/carus meaning "dear, beloved, loved"... [more]
Carlotto m Medieval Italian
Diminutive of Carlo, as -otto is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Carluccio m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Carlo, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Caro m Medieval Italian, Galician, Spanish, Venetian
Galician, Italian, Spanish and Venetian form of Carus.
Castella f Medieval Italian
Derived From the Italian word castello meaning "castle". It could also be a diminutive of Castellana.
Castellana f Medieval Italian, Medieval Spanish, Medieval Catalan
Directly taken from Latin castellana "a (female) castellan; a damsel" as well as "of or pertaining to a castle".
Castello m Medieval Italian
From Italian castello meaning "castle".
Castora f Spanish, Medieval Italian
Italian and Spanish feminine form of Castor. Known bearers include the Blessed Castora Gabrielli (died 1391), an Italian widow and Franciscan tertiary (i.e. member of the Third Order of Saint Francis), and Castora ('Castorina') Fe Francisco de Diego (1928-2019), a Spanish sculptor.
Castruccio m Medieval Italian
Derived from medieval Italian castro meaning "castle" combined with the masculine diminutive suffix -uccio.
Cataldo m Medieval Italian, Sicilian
Of debated origin and meaning. Some scholars argue that Cataldo might be an Italian adoption and adaption of Irish Cathal and Cathlarm via a corruption into Cathald by way of association with the Germanic element -ald "old"... [more]
Cavalcante m Medieval Italian, Literature
Derived from the Italian noun cavalcante meaning "postilion", which in turn is derived from the Italian verb cavalcare meaning "to ride a horse".... [more]
Cecco m Medieval Italian, Italian
Short form or pet form of Francesco.... [more]
Ceccolino m Medieval Italian
Diminutive of Ceccolo, as -ino is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix. So, in other words, this name is a double diminutive of Francesco.... [more]
Ceccolo m Medieval Italian
Diminutive of Cecco, which is a short form of Francesco.... [more]
Cesarotto m Medieval Italian
Diminutive of Cesare, as -otto is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Cherubino m Medieval Italian, Italian (Rare), Theatre
Derived from Latin cherubin meaning "cherubs, cherubim", which refers to a class of angels known as the cherubim. The term ultimately comes from Hebrew, but it has been theorized that the Jews borrowed the word from Akkadian kuribu meaning "to bless" or from Assyrian ܟܪܘܒܐ (karabu) meaning "great, mighty".... [more]
Chiaro m Italian (Rare), Medieval Italian
Italian form of Clarus. It is the masculine equivalent of Chiara.
Cilia f Medieval Italian
Truncated form of Cecilia.
Cina f Italian, Medieval Italian
Feminine form of of Cino.
Ciolo m Medieval Italian
Meaning unknown. A known bearer of this name was the 13th-century Italian poet Ciolo de la Barba from the city of Pisa.
Confortata f Medieval Italian
Means "comforted" in Latin. This was an augurative name given to a child born after the death of another one.
Consolat m Medieval Italian
Derived from Latin consolatus "consoled, comforted". Augurative names such as this were often given to a child born after the death of another.
Contaminat m Medieval Italian
Derived from Latin contaminatus "impure, degraded, defiled, contaminated".
Contessa f English (Modern, Rare), Medieval Italian, Judeo-Anglo-Norman
From the aristocratic title, derived from Latin comitissa "countess". More commonly a word, it was occasionally used as a medieval given name.
Contessina f Medieval Italian
Diminutive of Contessa. Contessina de' Medici (1478-1515) was a daughter of the Florentine ruler Lorenzo "the Magnificent", named in honour of his paternal grandmother - Contessina de' Bardi (c.1390-1473).
Corraduccio m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Corrado, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Corsa f Medieval Italian
Diminutive of Accorsa, itself derived from Latin accursia "aided; helped". The name coincides with the Italian word corsa "a run; a race (the competition)" as well as with corsa, the feminine form of corso, "Corsican; woman from Corsica".
Cosimuccio m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Cosimo, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Cosmael m Medieval Italian
Probably derived from Cosmo by adding the at that time popular name ending -aele (e.g., from the name Raffaele).
Crescenziana f Italian (Archaic), Medieval Italian
Italian feminine form of Crescentianus (see Crescentian).
Crescenziano m Italian (Archaic), Medieval Italian
Italian form of Crescentianus (see Crescentian).
Cristianuccio m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Cristiano, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Cristofana f Medieval Italian (Tuscan)
Tuscan medieval feminine form of Cristoforo.
Cunizza f Medieval Italian, Literature
Medieval Italian form of Chuniza.... [more]
Cynthius m Medieval, Medieval French, Medieval Italian, Medieval Portuguese
Latin Cynthius "of Mount Cynthus", an epithet of Apollo.
Dagomari m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian form of Dagomar.
Daviduccio m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Davide, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Dianora f Italian, Literature, Medieval Italian
Meaning uncertain. It could be a Medieval Italian variant of Diana influenced by Teodora or Eleonora... [more]
Divitia f Medieval Italian
Derived from Latin divitia meaning "riches", "wealth".
Dolfin m Venetian (Archaic), Medieval Italian (Tuscan)
Derived from the Latin name Delphinus, which meant "of Delphi". Delphi was a city in ancient Greece, the name of which is possibly related to Greek δελφύς (delphys) "womb".
Donatuccia f Medieval Italian, Italian (Rare)
Medieval Italian diminutive of Donata, as -uccia is an Italian feminine diminutive suffix.
Donatuccio m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Donato, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Doratea f Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian variant of Dorotea.
Drudmund m Old High German, Medieval Italian
Derived from the Old High German elements drud "strength" and munt "hand, protection".
Drudo m Medieval Italian
Derived from Proto-Germanic þrūþ "strength" as well as a diminutive of various names beginning with this element.
Duccio m Medieval Italian (Tuscan), Italian (Tuscan)
Medieval masculine given name recently fashionable in Tuscany. It is a short form of Andreuccio, Leonarduccio (diminutive of Leonardo), Bernarduccio (diminutive of Bernardo), Armanduccio (diminutive of Armando) and other given names ending in -duccio.... [more]
Egidiola f Medieval Italian
Variant of Gigliola. Egidiola Gonzaga (1325-1377) was lady of Milan by marriage to Matteo II Visconti, lord of Milan, between 1349 and 1355.
Elmuccio m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Elmo, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.... [more]
Emerentiana f Late Roman, Medieval Italian, Dutch, Flemish, German (Bessarabian), History (Ecclesiastical)
Feminine form of Emerentianus. Saint Emerentiana was a Roman martyr, who lived around the start of the 4th century. Her feast day is January 23.
Engelrada f Medieval Italian
From a Germanic name composed of the elements Angil, the name of a Germanic tribe known in English as the Angles, and rad "counsel".
Enotrio m Italian (Rare), Medieval Italian (?)
Derived from the place name Enotria. This was a pen name of the Italian writer Giosuè Carducci (1835-1907), whose juvenilia was written under the name Enotrio Romano... [more]
Ermellina f Medieval Italian
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Current theories range from a variant of Ermelinda to an adoption of Italian ermellino "ermine", which used to be considered a symbol of purity, innocence, kindheartedness and generosity in medieval Italy.
Eufimia f Romanian, Ukrainian (Archaic), Medieval Italian, History (Ecclesiastical)
Variant transliteration of Ukrainian Євфимія (see Evfimiya) as well as the Romanian form of Euphemia and an early medieval Italian variant of Eufemia.
Ezzelino m Medieval Italian, Italian (Rare)
Medieval Italian diminutive of Ezzelo, as -ino is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.... [more]
Facino m Medieval Italian
Diminutive of Bonifacio. This was borne by the Italian condottiero Bonifacio "Facino" Cane (1360-1412).
Fania f Medieval Italian, Italian, Yiddish
Italian short form of names that end in -fania, such as Stefania and Epifania and Yiddish variant of Fanya.
Fante m Medieval Italian
Short form of Belfante, Bonfante and other given names that end in -fante.... [more]
Fantino m Medieval Italian, Sicilian
Diminutive of Fante, as -ino is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.... [more]
Farinata m Medieval Italian, Literature
Meaning uncertain. It might be derived from Italian farinata meaning "flat baked pancake made from chickpeas", or more likely, from an Italian nickname for a flour miller. In both cases, it is ultimately derived from the Italian word farina meaning "flour, meal".... [more]
Felice f German, Medieval Italian, Medieval English
German, medieval English and medieval Italian variant of Felicia. A notable bearer is Felice Bauer (1887-1960), fiancée of author Franz Kafka. His letters to her were published in the book Letters to Felice.
Fenicia f Medieval Italian
Derived from Latin phoenicia "Phoenician woman".
Ferrando m Medieval Italian, Aragonese, Medieval Spanish
Spanish variant and Medieval Italian and Aragonese form of Fernando.
Ferrante m Medieval Italian
Variant form of Ferrando. Some sources state that aside from this particular derivation, (there where instances where) the name Ferrante could also be directly derived from the medieval French given name Ferrand (also found spelled as Ferrant), which would then essentially make Ferrante an italianization of a French name... [more]
Ferrantino m Medieval Italian
Diminutive of Ferrante. In some cases, it can also be a variant spelling of Ferrandino.... [more]
Filippuccio m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Filippo, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Fillide f Italian (Rare), Medieval Italian, Greek Mythology (Italianized)
Italian form of Phyllis. This was borne by one of the painter Caravaggio's muses: Italian courtesan Fillide Melandroni (1581-1618). It was also borne by Italian painter Fillide Giorgi Levasti (1883-1966).
Fino m Medieval Italian
Short form of Adolfino, Rodolfino, Serafino, and other names ending in fino.
Finola f Medieval Italian
Diminutive of Fina.
Fioravante m Italian (Rare), Medieval Italian, Literature, Carolingian Cycle
Meaning uncertain, perhaps from Floriven, the Old Occitan form of Floovant. This was the name of the eldest son of the king of France in I Reali di Francia by Andrea da Barberino (c... [more]
Fiordelise f Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian variant of Fiordalisa.
Fiorebella f Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian cognate of Florabel. It was recorded in Naples, Italy.
Foca m Medieval Italian
Italian form of Phokas (see Phocas). ... [more]
Fortebraccio m Medieval Italian
Means "strong arm" in Italian, as it is derived from Italian forte meaning "strong" combined with Italian braccio meaning "arm" (the plural form is bracci).... [more]
Fraisenda f Medieval Italian
Italian cognate of Fraisende.
Francesa f Medieval Italian, Provençal, Gascon, Lengadocian
Languedocian, Provençal, Gascon and Medieval Italian form of Frances.
Franceschetto m Medieval Italian
Diminutive of Francesco. A bearer of this name was Franceschetto Cybo (1450–1519), an Italian nobleman.
Francescuccio m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of Francesco, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.... [more]
Franchino m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian elaboration of Franco.
Francuccio m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian diminutive of both Franco, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.... [more]
Freduccio m Medieval Italian, Italian (Rare)
Medieval Italian diminutive of Fredo, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.... [more]
Galasso m Medieval Italian
Variant form of Galeazzo. Known Italian bearers of this name include the military leader Galasso da Montefeltro (died in 1300), the painter Galasso Galassi (c... [more]
Galeotto m Medieval Italian
Italian form of Galehaut, as it appeared in the fifth canto of Dante Alighieri's Inferno (written between 1308 and 1320) and Giovanni Boccaccio's The Decameron (written between 1348 and 1353)... [more]
Gangalando m Medieval Italian
Italian form of a Germanic given name that consisted of the Germanic elements gang meaning "path" (see Wolfgang) and land meaning "land."... [more]
Gaudente f & m Medieval Italian, Italian
Means "joyful, happy" in Italian, from Latin gaudere meaning "to rejoyce".