Are you expecting a boy or a girl and you are looking for one particular name? Don't like the ones that are too popular? We offer you a list of names, male and female, original and unique, which will satisfy your searches.
In this article
- particular masculine names
- particular female names
- foreign particular names
- short particular names
- rare names
Special masculine names
Are you looking for an original name for your baby? There are many: elegant originals, whimsical originals, shorts and so on. Yari, Leone, Tancredi, Lupo ... Here are some particular male names and their respective meanings.
YariThis name has Russian origin and means "chosen by God" or "chosen by God". The name day is celebrated on November 1st, on the occasion of All Saints' Day.
TancrediThe name Tancredi is of Germanic origin and means "wise adviser", thoughtful, brilliant, inspired. It comes from the Old German: "Thankharat". The name day is celebrated on 9 April and 30 September.
PilgrimThis name derives from the Latin "peregrinus" and takes on the meaning of "foreigner", "foreigner". It comes from the Latin "peregrinus" and takes on the meaning of "foreigner", "foreigner". The name day is celebrated on: January 30, February 22, March 27, April 26, May 1, May 10, May 16, June 13, June 17, July 26, August 25, October 5.
The name has Greek origins. Léon was a widespread name already in Ancient Greece and in the city. The meaning is easily understood. The name day occurs on 10 November.
WolfThe name has Latin origins. It derives from the Latin nickname lupus, "wolf" in fact. San Lupo is celebrated on July 29th.
Dante AlighieriThis name has Latin origins. It is the contracted form of the name Durante, it derives from the verb durare which means "to persevere". The name day is celebrated on 11 February.
CorsoThis name has Latin origins and was widespread in the medieval country. It was born as a variant of Accorso or Buonaccorso and means "help", "rescue". The name day can be celebrated on 1st November, on the occasion of All Saints' Day, or on 16th January in memory of Saint Accursio.
ManliusThe name has Latin origins. It was a noble name given to those born in the morning hours. It comes from manus, "good". The name day falls on 23 October.
GustavoThe name is of Scandinavian origin. It derives from Got, a name that indicates the Goths, and from stafr, "support", with the meaning of "king or protector of the Goths". The name day is November 27 and August 2. Read also: The database of MyModernParents.com with 6000 names from the countries and foreigners 10 PHOTOS
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Are you expecting a boy and are you looking for particular baby names? Yari, Leone, Tancredi, Lupo ... in our gallery we offer you original and unique names to give to your child ....
Particular female namesIs a baby girl coming and are you looking for an original name, which may be suitable for your birth? We offer you a series of particular female names: Elettra, Veridiana, Diamante, Luna and many others ... we have selected for you names of rare beauty and unique in their kind.
GreenThe name Verde has Latin origin. It comes from the Latin "viridis" which means "green". The name day can be celebrated on November 1st on the occasion of All Saints' Day.
LunaAn affective and auspicious name, given to a little girl with the hope that she will be as beautiful and bright as the moon. The onastco is celebrated on November 1st, All Saints' Day.
DianaThe name has Latin origins. It derives from the adjective divia that is "luminous". For the Romans she was the goddess of the hunt and protector of animals. Santa Diana is celebrated on June 10th.
IrmaThis name is a variant of Emma and has Germanic origins. It comes from irmin which means "great, mighty". Santa Emma is celebrated on April 19 and June 27.
VerdeanThe name has Latin origins and derives from the Latin adjective viridis in the sense of "fresh, youthful". The name day is celebrated on February 1st.
DelfinaThis name has Greek origins. It derives from the word delphis, "uterus", or it can mean "coming from Delphi" or indicate an honorific title given to the lords of the Dauphiné. The name day falls on December 24th.
DaliaThe name Dalia has Swedish origins. Meaning: from the flower of the same name, scientifically called Dahlia, and in turn derived from the name of its discoverer, the Swedish botanist Anders Dahl who imported it from Mexico in 1789. It is an auspicious name for a good life. It is celebrated on November 1st.
EsterThe name Esther has Jewish-Christian origin. Meaning: star, star, light. The name day is celebrated on 1 July.
CAMELIAThe name has Greek origins. Its meaning takes the name of the flower, a symbol of beauty and grace. Santa Camelia is celebrated on March 3.
ViridianaThis name is a variant of Verdiana and it is a name of Latin origin. It comes from the adjective Viridis, "green", and takes on the figurative sense of "fresh, youthful". The name day can be celebrated on November 1st, the feast of All Saints. Read also: The database of MyModernParents.com with 6000 names from the countries and foreigners 20 PHOTOS
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Foreign special names
There are very particular foreign names, which are fascinating and can be really suitable for a nice and curious boy or girl. Here is a list.
This name is quite common in Del Paese, so much so that it is often not even perceived as 'exotic'. It means "thriving", "flourishing" and is an auspicious name for a long life.
Widespread in Spain and Latin American countries, this name has a rather high-sounding meaning: "defender of many"!
A very particular name perhaps not used here by us, but its meaning is truly poetic: Samir in fact comes from Arabic and translates roughly as "companion of nocturnal speeches", a title that at the time of the sultans was granted to closest and most intimate confidants of the sovereign.
Although we are used to associate this name with sunny Spain, Raoul is a Germanic appellation, contraction of Radulf. It means "valiant in the assembly", "glory of the nation". An important name, in short ...
It is the name of the first man, bearer of a heavy inheritance and therefore of a certain prestige. The meaning of the Hebrew name is precisely "Born of the Earth".
The name is the English variant of Dalia. From the flower of the same name, scientifically called Dahlia, and in turn derived from the name of its discoverer, the Swedish botanist Anders Dahl who imported it from Mexico in 1789. It is an auspicious name for a good life and like all names derived from flowers it is a symbol of beauty. The name day is celebrated on November 1st.
The name has Latin origins. It derives from the adjective "carus" and the nickname of the imperial age of the city "carinus". The name day is celebrated on 7 November.
Electra is a cool and original name. Her name recalls a figure of Greek mythology: the daughter of Agamemnon who with her brother Orestes avenges the death of her father.
It is the English variant of Margherita. The name has Greek-Latin origin. It means "pearl" and, figuratively, a precious, rare person. The name day is celebrated on February 22, May 16, October 16 and 17, June 10, November 16, January 18, July 20 and November 6.
The name has Greek origins and means: "soft green grass" epithet of Demeter, Greek goddess of nature. It is an adhespot name that is celebrated on November 1st.Read also: MyModernParents.com database with 6000 local and foreign names
Short particular names
Do you love short and particular names? Here are some that respond to both characteristics: they are short and truly original. Maximum four letters.
Of Germanic origin. Nameday on February 23rd.
Jewish origin. It means: quiet, rest. Name day: November 18 (feast of Patriarch Noah).
Greek origin. It originates from Zeus, with the meaning of "belonging to or sacred to Zeus". The name day is April 12 and December 8.
Of Germanic origin. It means powerful person. It is celebrated on 2 July or 18 November.
Greek origins. It comes from Helios, the sun god. The name day is celebrated on 22 and 23 July.
Anglo-American and multilingual variant of Mary.
Germanic origins. It comes from id, "work, activity". The name day is celebrated on January 15th and April 13th.
Latin origin, female variant of Beatrice. Name day: January 18 and 19 (blessed Beatrice d'Este [13th century]); February 29 (blessed Beatrice d'Ornacieu); July XNUMX (Santa Beatrice of the city).
Of Greek origin. It means "shining, fleeting". It was the name of the mother of the Graces.
It derives from the Greek Le'de, of uncertain etymology. It was the name of the wife of King Tindarus of Sparta, lover of Zeus and wife of Beaver and Pollux.Read also: MyModernParents.com database with 6000 local and foreign names
Very special and rare names
Do you want something really rare? Are you looking for a name that is very original and that is really not very common? Here are a few.
Shortened form of Ranieri (through the antiquated form Raineri) and more rarely, of Guarnieri (variant of Guarniero). It is an abbreviation used in Tuscany, especially in the city. Ranieri or Raniero is a name of Germanic origin and dates back to Raganhar, that is "army advised by the gods".
It has Latin origin and means "he or she who conforms to the law and to the law (in Latin 'ius' - 'iuris'), just ('iustus'), upright, honest".
Of Hebrew origin, it means "God listens". The name day is celebrated on June 17. He was, in the Bible, one of the sons of the patriarch Abraham.
It comes from the terms hroth and wulfa, which together mean "glorious fighter". The name day falls on October 17.
The etymological root seems to be ignis, "fire". He loves wealth and driven by his deep will he manages to climb success. Very sociable and passionate.
Variant of Adele, it means nobility ('adal') of lineage, appearance [and soul]. Of Germanic origin, the name day is celebrated on: 24 or 18 December (Sant'Adele), 16 or 27 December (Sant'Adelaide), 23 November (Sant'Adalasia), 3 February (Sant'Adelino), 28 August ( Sant'Adelina).
It comes from the Latin and means "nourishing". The term "alma mater" is used to indicate the Madonna as "nursing mother". The name day can be celebrated on November 1st.
It comes from the Greek and means "brilliant", "pure", "bright". The name day is celebrated on 3 September in memory of Saint Phoebe of Corinth. Phoebe Buffay is one of the female protagonists of the television series Friends.
Name inspired by the country India. Nameday: 1st November, on the occasion of All Saints' Day.
Name of Slavic origin. In Serbian: "dear, precious, rare"; in Slavonic: "lover of peace, merciful"; another interpretation: "loved by the people". To remember the protagonist of the cartoon of the 80s: "Mila and Shiro two hearts in volleyball".Read also: MyModernParents.com database with 6000 local and foreign names 30 PHOTOS
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Questions and answers
What is the most used male name in the country?
Giuseppe is the most used name in Del Paese. Last year the most used for children was Leonardo.
What is the most used feminine name in Del Paese?
Maria is the most used female name in Del Paese. Last year, according to Istat, the most chosen name for girls was Sofia.
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