GREEN. The 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.
MOON . An affective and auspicious name, given to a little girl with the hope that she will be beautiful and bright like the moon. The onastco is celebrated on November 1st, All Saints’ Day.
DIANA . The name has Latin origins. It derives from the adjective divia that is “luminous”. For the Romans she was the goddess of hunting and protector of animals. Santa Diana is celebrated on June 10th.
IRMA. This 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.
VERDIANA. The 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.
DELFINA. This name has Greek origins. It derives from the word delphis, “uterus”, or it can mean “coming from Delphi” or indicate an honorary title given to the lords of the Dauphiné. The name day falls on December 24th.
DALIA. The 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.
FOREIGN. The name Esther has Jewish-Christian origin. Meaning: star, star, light. The name day is celebrated on 1 July.
CAMELLIA. The 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.
VIRIDIANA. This 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.
EUGENIA. This name has Greek origin. Meaning: “well-born”, “of good birth” and therefore, by extension, “noble”. The name day is celebrated on July 13, September 11 and December 25.
DELIA. From the Greek De’lios, “clear”. It was one of the attributes of the goddess Diana and Apollo.
LIA. The name has Hebrew origins. Lia is a biblical name deriving from the verb leah, “to tire”; in fact, it symbolizes industriousness and active life. Santa Lia is celebrated on June 1st.
DIAMOND. The name Diamante is of Greek origin: it derives from the Greek word “adamas”, “indomitable”, and recalls the name of the precious gem. The name day is celebrated on November 1st.
TOSCA. The name has Latin origins. It means “coming or inhabitant of Etruria, Tuscia or Tuscany”. The Tusci were the Etruscans for the Romans. Santa Tosca is celebrated on May 5th.
MEDEA. The name Medea has Greek origins and means “cunning”, “cunning”. It is a name linked to Greek mythology: Medea was the daughter of Aete, king of Colchis and niece of the sorceress Circe. The name day can be celebrated on November 1st.
CASSANDRA. The name has Greek origins and derives from anér, “man”, and from kad, “excellent”. The name day is celebrated on November 1st.
ROSALIA. It is a name of Germanic origins. The name is connected to a particular celebration of ancient Rome, the Rosalia, the rose festival dedicated to the dead, during which flowers were brought to the tombs. The name has the meaning of “crown of roses”. The name day is celebrated on September 4th.
ELETTRA. The name has Greek origins. It derives from Elektra, Latinized in Electra and means “sparkling, shining like amber”. In ancient times this name was given in honor of Electra, daughter of Atlas and Pleione, also known as one of the Pleiades (figures of Greek mythology). The name day is celebrated on 14 October.
DIAMARA. The name has Greek origin and means “indomitable”, from the Greek “adamas”. The name day is celebrated on November 1st, All Saints’ Day.