are used on the Italian island of Sardinia.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
ADELÀSIA f Sardinian
Sardinian form of ADELASIA
. Adelàsia Cocco Floris (born 1885, died 1983) was a 20th century Sardinian doctor. Born in Sardinia, she became one of the first female doctors in Italy.
ANTINE m Sardinian
Short form of GOSANTINE
. Antine Nivola (1911-1988) was a Sardinian sculptor, architectural sculptor, muralist, designer and teacher.
ÀNZELA f Sardinian
Sardinian form of ANGELA
as well as a quasi-adoption of the Sardinian word ànzelu
BENEITA f Sardinian
Feminine form of BENEITU
. Beneita de Càlaris was the judge (which equals the title of queen in medieval Sardinia) of Càlaris from 1214 to 1233.
BONARIA f Sardinian
Taken from the title of the Virgin Mary Nostra Signora di Bonaria
or Madonna di Bonaria
. The name literally means "gracious; kind-hearted; sweet-natured", from Italian bonaria
, the feminine form of the adjective bonario
or "good air; good wind" in reference to her being the patron saint of sailors and mariners.... [more]
ENEDINA f Basque, Medieval Basque, Basque Mythology, Spanish, Sardinian
Medieval Basque name, documented in Navarre. According to Basque folklore, she was the most beautiful girl in all of the Basque countries. The name has been speculated to be derived from Greek enedýno
"to be courteous; obliging".
GRÀTZIA f Sardinian
Sardinian form of GRAZIA
. Gràtzia Deledda (also known as Gràssia) was a Sardinian writer who received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1926.