Sicilian Baby Names With Meanings
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Sicilian Baby Names List
|Accursia||Feminine form of Accursio, meaning to hasten.||Girl|
|Adrianu||Sicilian form of Hadrianus. It means from Hadria.||Boy|
|Alceu||Sicilian form of Alcaeus. it means strength.||Boy|
|Alissandru||Sicilian form of Alexander. It means defender of mankind.||Boy|
|Antuninu||Sicilian form of Antoninus, meaning a highly praiseworthy man.||Boy|
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|Audenzia||Feminine version of Audenzio, meaning one who dares or one is who is fearless.||Girl|
|Augustu||Sicilian form of Augustus, meaning venerable.||Boy|
|Aureliu||A form of Aurelius, meaning golden or gilded.||Boy|
|Binidittu||A form of Benedict, meaning blessed.||Boy|
|Cabbrieli||Sicilian form of Gabriel, meaning God is my strong man.||Boy|
|Caiu||A form of Caius, meaning to rejoice.||Boy|
|Calcedonia||Feminine form of Calcedonio, meaning from Chaldedon.||Girl|
|Calògira||Sicilian form of Calogera. It means old man or elder.||Girl|
|Calògiru||Sicilian form of Kalogeros. It means beautiful elder.||Boy|
|Candelora||A form of Candelaria, meaning candle.||Girl|
|Carinu||Sicilian form of Carinus, meaning dear or beloved.||Boy|
|Catalda||A variant of Catalda, meaning old.||Girl|
|Cataldo||A form of Cathal, meaning old.||Boy|
|Catena||It's derived from Italian word catena, meaning chain.||Girl|
|Cettina||Short form of the name Concettina. It means conception.||Girl|
|Cilistinu||Sicilian form of Caelestinus. It means of the sky or heavenly.||Boy|
|Cliupatra||A form of given name Cleopatra, meaning she who brings glory to the father.||Girl|
|Cloru||Sicilian form of Chlorus, meaning pale green.||Boy|
|Cristòfuru||Sicilian form of Christopher. It means bearing Christ.||Boy|