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    French/Wallonian (Belgian) Names:

    French names commonly consist of one or more first names and the family name. If there is more than one first name, the person will usually be called by the first name in the list unless desired otherwise. French people introduce themselves by the name they go by and the family name.

    Abbreviations and nicknames are rarely used for French first names and if so only for children / teenagers. For example someone called "Caroline" might go by "Caro", or someone with the name "Alexandre" might be called "Alex". However, this is not common for adults. In general foreign names can be used for French people, but it does not happen very frequently. In most cases the name would be pronounced in a "French" way then anyway.

    In French the accents have to be written. So if you pick a name with an accent for your character you should also type it when you use the name, otherwise it would be better to pick a name without any accents.

    Surnames are rather simple and they are the same for both males and females. You can simply choose one of the names from the list below and use it for your character. However, surnames with the particles "de", "d'", "du", "de la" (always written in small letters) imply nobility. Since the chances of muggle nobility being related to wizards are relatively small we'd prefer if you didn't use these names for your character here.

    Boys: Adrien, Aimé, Alain, Alexandre, Alexis, Alfred, Aloin,  Alphonse, Amaury, André, Ansel, Antoine, Anton, Arnaud, Arthur, Auguste, Augustin, Benjamin, Benoît, Bernard, Bertrand, Bruno, Charles, Christian, Christophe, Claude, Daniel, Davet, David, Denis, Didier, Dominique, Édouard, Émile, Emmanuel, Enzo, Éric, Étienne, Eugène, Francis, François, Franck, Frédéric, Gabriel, Gaston, Georges, Gérard, Gilbert, Gilles, Grégoire, Guillaume, Gustave, Harbin, Henri , Honoré, Hugues, Isaac , Jacques, Jacquot, Jean, Jeannot, Jérôme, Joseph,  Jules ,  Julien, Laurent, Léon, Louis, Luc, Lucas, Marc, Marcel, Martin, Matthieu, Maurice, Michel, Nicolas, Noël, Olivier, Pascal, Patrick, Patrice, Paul, Philippe, Pierre, Raymond, Rémy, René, Richard, Robert, Roger, Roland, Sébastien, Serge, Stéphane, Théodore, Théophile, Thibaut, Thierry, Thomas, Timothée, Tristan, Victor, Vincent, Xavier, Yves, Zacharie

    Girls: Abella, Adélaïde, Adèle, Addie, Adrienne, Agathe, Agnès, Aimée, Alexandrie, Alice, Amélie, Anaïs, Anastasie,  Andrée, Anne, Anouk, Antoinette, Arnaude, Astrid, Audrey, Aurélie, Aurore, Bernadette, Berniss, Brigitte, Camille, Capucine, Caroline, Catherine, Cécile, Céline, Célina, Chantal, Charlotte, Christelle, Christiane, Christine, Claire, Claude, Claudine, Clémence, Colette, Constance, Corinne, Danielle, Denise, Diane, Dominique, Dorothée, Édith, Éléonore, Élisabeth,  Élise, Élodie, Émilie, Emmanuelle, Estee, Florence, Françoise, Frédérique, Gabrielle, Geneviève,  Hélène, Henriette, Hortense, Inès, Isabelle, Jacqueline, Jeanne,  Jeannine, Joséphine, Josette, Juliette, Laetitia, Laure, Laurence, Lorraine, Louise, Luce, Lucie, Lydie, Madeleine, Manon, Marcelle, Margaux, Marguerite, Marianne, Marie, Marine, Marthe, Martine, Maryse, Mathilde, Michèle, Monique, Nathalie, Nightsister, Noémi , Océane, Odette,  Olivie, Patricia, Paulette,  Pauline, Pénélope, Philippine, Renée, Sabine, Simone, Sophie,  Stéphanie, Susanne,  Sylvie, Thérèse, Valentine, Valérie,  Véronique, Victoire, Virginie, Zoé

    Last Names: Allard, Beaudouin, Bédard, Bélanger, Bertrand, Blanc, Bonnet, Bontecou, Bouchard, Boucher, Charbonneau, Charlier, Claes, Cloutier, Côté, D'Aubigne, Delancy, Devereux, De Vos, Dubois, Dumont, Durand, Fortier, Fortin, Fournier, Gagné, Gagnon, Garnier, Girard, Gosselin, Gaudet, Gauthier, Giroux, Hermans, Hébert, Houde, Janssens, Lachapelle, Lambert, Langlois, Laurent, Leclerc, Leduc, Lefebvre, Lejeune, Leroy, Lévesque, Maes, Mantha, Martel, Martin, Mathieu, Ménard, Michel,  Montague, Moreau, Morin, Ouellet, Paquet, Peeters, Pelletier, Pépin, Perrault, Petit, Pomeroy, Proulx, Renaud, Robert, Rousseau, Roux, Simon, St Jean, Tessier, Thibault, Tremblay, Trudeau, Vallée

    Dutch/Flemish (Belgian) Names:

    Like German names, Dutch names also tend to consist of one or more first names and the family name. When a child has been given more than one first name, it will almost always be called by the first name in the list unless the child or parents desire otherwise. Typically, Dutch people introduce themselves by the name they go by and the family name. Unless the name in question is either very long or old-fashioned, it is very rare for someone to go by a shortened version of their name.

    Dutch nicknames in general can be a tricky business, but the basics are really not that hard. For older children and adults, it's quite common to be called by a shortened version of their original name. Typically, however, Dutch nicknames end with the diminitutive -je or -tje. These are especially common for younger children, but will often continue to be used by parents and friends. They may also be used to belittle someone or to annoy them, in which case it's quite insulting. Most of the time, the diminitutive goes right behing the full name; -je is used for letters with a hard sound (d, k, s, t, etc.), -tje for letters with a soft sound (n, l, etc.) and then there's also -pje for names ending with an m. There are a lot of exceptions, but because even Dutch people will occasionally make mistakes with those this is really all you need to know.

    On surnames, the only important thing to note is that prefixes such as 'van' or 'van der' are never written with a capital unless you are addessing someone by only their surname; and in Holland, this is very rarely done unless one is being intentionally insulting or patronizing. Other than that, Dutch surnames are really very simple: just pick one and you should be all right.

    Boys: Alex, Andre, Anton, Arjan, Arne, Arnold, Bart, Benjamin, Berend, Bram, Casper, Christiaan, Clemens, Daan, Daniel, David, Dennis, Diederik, Dirk, Dries, Ed, Emiel, Erik, Fabian, Floris, Frank, Frederik, Gerard, Gerrit, Giel, Hans, Henrik, Herold, Hugo, Jacob, Jan, Jasper, Jeffrey, Jelle, Jeroen, Jesse, Johan, Jonas, Joris, Joost, Karel, Kees, Kevin, Klaas, Koen, Koenraad, Lars, Laurens, Lex, Lucas, Luuk, Maarten, Marcel, Marinus, Mark, Marten, Martijn, Matthijs, Max, Michiel, Nick, Niek, Niels, Noah, Patrick, Paul, Peter, Piet, Pieter, Pim, Rick, Rob, Roel, Rogier, Ruben, Rutger, Sander, Simon, Stef, Stefan, Stijn, Theo, Thijs, Thomas, Tim, Tom, Victor, Vincent, Willem, Wout, Wouter, Xander

    Girls: Amber, Angela, Anke, Anne, Anneleen, Annette, Annelies, Annemieke, Anouk, Brechtje, Brit, Carlijn, Carolien, Chantal, Cindy, Daphne, Denise, Elke, Ellen, Els, Esther, Eva, Evelien, Femke, Fleur, Floortje, Francisca, Heleen, Hester, Ilse, Ine, Ineke, Iris, Janneke, Jasmijn, Jessica, Joke, Jolanda, Josephine, Karin, Katja, Kim, Krista, Larissa, Laura, Leonie, Lia, Liesbeth, Linda, Lisa, Lisanne, Loes, Lotte, Maaike, Maartje, Marissa, Margriet, Marieke, Marijke, Marjan, Marjolein, Marleen, Marloes, Melanie, Merel, Mieke, Mirjam, Moniek, Myrthe, Nightsister, Nienke, Nikki, Patricia, Paulien, Renate, Roos, Rosa, Sabine, Sandra, Sanne, Saskia, Sofie, Sophie, Stephanie, Sterre, Tineke, Thirza, Vera, Willemijn, Xandra

    Last Names: Aerts, Appelman, Arents, Baars, Berge, Bruin, Cornelis, Dam, De Graaf, De Groot, De Haan, De Jong, De Ruijter, De Wit, Decker, Engels, Franke, Gerrits, Groendendijk, Haas, Heemskerk, Hoogeveen, Huizinga, Jacobs, Jansen, Jaspers, Kampman, Karels, Klein, Kramer, Kuiper, Laurens, Linthout, Middelberg, Molenaar, Mulders, Nijhof, Oostakkers Oosterhout, Otten, Overvliet, Peters, Pieters, Rutgers, Schaffer, Schenkman, Schermerhorn, Schoenmaker, Schoonhoven, Schuurman, Slooten, Smit, Sonneveld, Spoor, Terpstra, Thijssen, Timmerman, Van Buren, Van Dam, Van der Hout, Van der Voort, Van der Plas, Van Dijk, Van Hoorn, Van Leeuwen, Van Schoonhoven, Van Vechten, Van Veen, Van Zandvoort, Vandenhoff, Verhoeven, Vermeulen, Versteeg, Vogels, Wassenaar, Wever, Westerveldt, Wouters, Zeeman

    German Names (including Luxemburg):

    German names typically consist of one or more first names and the family name. If there are several first names, one name is selected as the name the person is commonly called by. This does not necessarily need to be the first name in the list. Generally this choice is made by the parents. When introducing themselves a German person typically gives the name they are called by and the family name. It is uncommon to shorten the official name. While Wilhelm Brandt might be called Willi in private, he would never introduce himself as such or use that name in any official capacity.

    German naming authorities are rather traditional. First names must be actual names. Things like ‘Berlin’, ‘AJ’ or ‘Tiger’ are not permitted. Also, please do not introduce absurd spellings. German names are typically not spelled with ‘y’ in them. So please do not put a name like ‘Katharyna’ and ‘Phylipp’. This is plain odd and while it sometimes occurs in real life it is extremely uncommon. Please do not remove umlauts from names. While Jörg is a German name Jorg isn’t. If you cannot type umlauts on your keyboard, don’t use them in names. Alternatively you can write ä as ‘ae’, ö as ‘oe’ and ü as ‘ue’. Let it also be said that English names are relatively uncommon in Germany. People are not going to be called ‘Megan’ or ‘Lance’. If you must use a foreign name it would be a good idea to check if it can be pronounced in German beforehand.

    Surnames are very easy in German. Just choose any one surname you desire from the list below. It should be said that names starting with the prefix ‘von’ imply nobility. For this reason please avoid these names. The chances of muggle nobility being related to wizards are relatively small. Regarding surnames it is not uncommon for teenage boys to address each other by surname rather than by the first name. Also note that women are usually addressed in their own capacity and not by the husbands name. Saying something like Mrs Michael Schuhmacher is extremely odd.

    Boys: Adrian, Alexander, Armin, Arnold, Benedikt, Carsten, Daniel, David, Dieter, Egon, Erich, Ernst, Eugen, Fabian, Felix, Finn, Florian, Friedrich, Fritz, Georg, Gerd, Holger, Horst, Jan, Jannick, Johannes, Jonas, Jörg, Jürgen, Justus, Karl, Klaus, Konrad, Konrad, Leon, Lorenz, Lukas, Markus, Martin, Mattis, Maximilian, Michael, Moritz, Niklas, Paul, Peter, Philipp/Philip/Phillip, Rainer, Richard, Sebastian, Simon, Stefan, Tim, Tobias, Toni, Torben, Volker, Walter, Werner, Wilhelm, Wolfgang

    Girls: Amelie, Anika, Anke, Anna, Annalena, Anne, Annebell, Berta, Charlotte, Christiane, Christin, Christina, Clara, Emma, Eva, Franziska, Gisela, HanSolo, Helena, Ida, Imke, Jasmin, Jette, Judith, Jule, Julia, Karina, Karla, Kerstin, Kim, Lara, Laura, Lea, Leonie, Lina, Linda, Lisa, Lotte, Luisa, Maike, Maria, Marie, Marlene, Merle, Mia, Miriam, Nele, Nina, Nora, Paula, Pauline, Petra, Pia, Sarah, Saskia, Silke, Sina, Sophie, Stephanie, Susanne, Tamara, Theresa, Ute, Vanessa, Veronika, Wibke

    Last Names: Bauer, Becker, Braun, Fischer, Fuchs, Hahn, Hartmann, Hoffmann, Huber, Jung, Kaiser, Keller, Klein, Koch, Köhnig, Krause, Krüger, Kuntz, Lange, Lehmann, Meier, Möller, Müller, Neumann, Peters, Richter, Schäfer, Schmidt, Schneider, Schröder, Schulz, Schwarz, Wagner, Walter, Weber, Weiß, Werner, Wolf, Zimmermann

    Swiss Names:

    Switzerland is a diverse country with a multi-lingual population. Because of this, names in Switzerland don't reflect one language. In Switzerland, the most common languages one would hear are French, German, Italian, and Romansh depending on the canton one is in. As such, depending on which canton your character is from and the primary ethnicity of your character, the name you choose will be one of the above languages. The key to choosing a good name for your character is researching the canton they are from beforehand.

    Boys: Alessandro, Alois, Andrea, Anton, Armin, Artur, Bruno, Christian, Crispin, David, Dieter, Elia, Elvin, Ethan, Etienne, Fadri, Frankl, Gabriel, Gian, Hannes, Herman, Jan, Joël, Jonas, Laurin, Leon, Leonardo, Linus, Livios, Lorenz, Loris, Luca, Lukas, Marti, Matteo, Mattia, Marcel, Marlo, Moritz, Nathan, Nico, Noah, Olivier, Orell, Pirmin, Pius, Quirin, Rodolphe, Simon, Sepp, Tim, Théo, Thomas, Ueli, Urs, Werner, Zelimir, Zoltan

    Girls: Adriana, Alessia, Alexandra, Alice, Alina, Ambra, Andréa, Anja, Anna, Annina, Astrid, Babetta, Brigitta, Camille, Céline, Chiara, Chloé, Christine, Corinne, Dete, Eliane, Eliza, Emilie, Emma, Erminia, Eva, Fabiola, Giada, Giona, Giulia, Graziella, Gretel, Hanneli, Hanni, Helene, Heidi, Imelda, Jana, Julia, Karin, Katja, Ladina, Lara, Lea, Lena, Leonie, Margrit, Marlies, Martina, Michaela, Mitzi, Nicole, Nina, Odile, Ramona, Regula, Sabine, Sara, Sofia, Trudi, Valentina, Vreneli (Verena)

    Last Names: Abderhalden, Ackermann, Acklin, Aeberhard, Amiel, Andrist, Bachmann, Baertschi, Bagnoud, Bättig, Bielmann, Bernoulli, Bragger, Brechbühler, Bruhlmann, Brunner, Camenzind, Cavegn, Cheda, Christen, Cottier, Delfs, Donders, Fahrni, Gasser, Gosteli, Gygax, Haefeli, Hauri, Henchoz, Kaelin, Lautens, Liechti, Marolf, Meier, Moser, Nef, Nobs, Ospel, Poletti, Rast, Rausis, Scheidegger, Schnyder, Schweizer, Seifert, Stauffacher, Stockli, Tschudi, Wetter, Wicky, Wyss, Zingre, Zinsli, Zuelle

    Basque Names:

    The Basque are rumored to be one of the most ancient identifiable ethnic groups in Europe, and were believed to have occupied the lands in the western Pyrenees for several thousand years. The Basque people speak Euskara, a language unrelated to the Indo-European languages spoken in western Europe. Basque Country (or otherwise known as Basqueland) is set between the borders of Spain and France. Basque naming patterns have been influenced heavily by the Spanish culture and as a result many of their names are similiar to Spanish names, such as Garcia, Sanchez, and Diaz, for example. During most of the twentieth century, the use of ethnic Basque names was discouraged in Spanish culture. However, since the 1970s, Basque first names have been more popular and used more freely. Basque given names are sometimes taken from Basque mythology and history, but surnames are usually toponmyic, meaning they are based on place names. Usually surnames were taken from the name of the family's baserri, or farmhouse. Baserri names were mostly based on the location of the house, occupations of the people who lived there, names of the owners, or sometimes a characteristic of the house itself.

    Here are examples of some baserri names:

    Urkialde-- "beside the birch tree"
    Mintegi-- "nursery operator"
    Alonsotegi-- "Alonso's house"
    Etxeberria-- "the new house" (also the most popular surname amongst the Basque people)

    Boys: Aingeru, Aitor, Alesander, Amets, Ander, Andoni, Arkaitz, Bakar, Baledin, Basajaun, Bittor, Danel, Eder, Edorta, Edur, Eguzki, Ekaitz, Endika, Erramun, Frantzisko, Gaizka, Garaile, Gotzon, Harkaitz, Hodei, Igon, Iker, Imanol, Ion, Itzal, Jakes, Jokin, Joseba, Josepe, Josu, Julen, Kemen, Kerman, Koldobika, Luken, Markel, Martzel, Matia, Mikel, Nikola, Oroitz, Ortzi, Patxi, Peio, Peru, Sendoa, Txomin, Unai, Xabier, Xanti, Ximun, Zeru, Zigor, Zorion, Zuzen

    Girls: Abene, Agurne, Agurtzane, Ainhoa, Aintza, Aintzane, Alaia, Alazne, Amaia, Bakarne, Berezi, Bidane, Bihotz, Ederne, Edurne, Eider, Elixabete, Erlea, Esti, Garbi, Garden, Goizane, Goizargi, Haizea, Hilargi, Hirune, Igone, Ihinitza, Irati, Irune, Itsasne, Itsaso, Itxaro, Jone, Josune, Katalin, Lorea, Maialen, Maire, Maria, Miren, Nagore, Nahia, Naiara, Nekane, Nere, Nerea, Oihana, Osane, Sorne, Terese, Udane, Usoa, Uxue, Zorione

    Last Names: Abaroa, Arrigorriaga, Aurrecoechea, Azkoaga, Basarte, Basategi, Beaskoetxea, Belaustegi, Bilbao, Curutchet, Danborenea, Durango, Elizalde, Elorrieta, Ernaut, Errotabarri, Etxeberria, Etxegarai, Guerediaga, Ibarran, Ibarretxe, Iturbe, Jauregi, Larrazabal, Lizarmendi, Loidi, Lopetegi, Mendazona, Mendibe, Mintegui, Oramuno, Osabene, Osteincoechea, Pagadigorria, Sagastizabal, Ugarte, Urkiadle, Urrutia, Ygartua, Zubiar

    Spanish Names:

    Spanish surnames were first introduced in the mid-ninth century and became hereditary in the thirteenth century. Before surnames were adopted, the father's name was listed in a genitive form (indicating who the parent's were) after the given name. Most of the given names came from the Visigoths and the Moors, while other surnames derived from occupational, descriptive, and place names. Very few were patronymic. Occasionally, the father's name was used alongside an estate name.

    The old standard format for a Spanish full name consisted of a given name, then the father's family name, y (and), and then the mother's family name. However, in recent years, the y is often omitted and mother's family name tends to precede the father's name.

    Common articles and suffixes:

    - ez, -es -- son of
    y -- and
    viuda -- widow of
    de -- of
    la, le -- the
    de la, de le, de los, del -- of the

    Boys: Adriano, Agustin, Alberto, Alejandro, Alfonso, Aluino, Ambrosio, Anastasio, Andrés, Antonio, Aquilino, Arturo, Bartolo, Basilio, Benedicto, Bernardo, Bonifacio, Carlos, Casimiro, César, Cipriano, Claudio, Constantino, Cornelio, Damián, Darien, Desiderio, Diego, Domingo, Edmundo, Eduardo, Efraín, Emilio, Enrique, Ernesto, Fabio, Fausto, Federico, Felipe, Fernando, Francisco, Gabino, Gaspar, Gerardo, Gerónimo, Gervasio, Gilberto, Gregorio, Guillermo, Héctor, Heriberto, Hernando, Horacio, Humberto, Iago, Ignacio, Isidoro, Iván, Jacinto, Javier, Jeremías, Joaquín, Jorge, José, Juan, Julián, Lázaro, Leandro, Lorenzo, Lucio, Luis, Macario, Manuel, Marco, Mateo, Mauricio, Miguel, Nataniel, Nerón, Néstor, Norberto, Oleos, Oliverio, Orlando, Pablo, Patricio, Pedro, Próspero, Quinto, Rafael, Ramiro, Ramón, Raúl, Renaldo, Rodolfo, Román, Rubén, Sabino, Salvador, Salomón, Santiago, Santos, Sebastián, Serafín, Tadeo, Teodoro, Tobías, Tomás, Tulio, Urbano, Veto, Víctor, Vicente, Virgilio, Vito, Xavier, Ximen. Yago, Zacarías, Zavier

    Girls: Abrienda, Adelina, Adoncia, Adoracion, Adriana, Ágnes, Águeda, Agurtzane, Alameda, Alatea, Alejandra, Alma, Almunda, Beatriz, Belicia, Belinda, Benigna, Blanca, Bonita, Brígida, Calandria, Cálida, Camila, Carilla, Carmelita, Carona, Casilda, Catalonia, Cenobia, Cesara, Clarinda, Concepcion, Dalila, Damita, Daria, Delma, Desideria, Diega, Dominga, Dorota, Dulcinea, Elbertina, Eldora, Elena, Elisa, Elvira, Emilia, Engracia, Erendira, Ernesta, Esperanza, Estela, Felipa, Fermina, Fidelia, Florentina, Fortuna, Francisca, Galena, Gaspara, Generosa, Gregoria, Guillermina, Havana, Hermosa, Ignacia, Illuminada, Inés, Irene, Isabella, Isidora, Jacinta, Javiera, Jimena, Joaquina, Juana, Laura, Leonora, Liana, Lola, Loreto, Lucetta, Malaya, Manuela, Margarita, Mariposa, Melisenda, Milagros, Miranda, Monica, Natalia, Natividad, Nelia, Nina, Ofelia, Olinda, Oliveria, Olivia, Pabla, Paciencia, Palmira, Paloma, Paulina, Perla, Primavera, Prudencia, Raquel, Roderiga, Romana, Rosamaría, Sabina, Salvatora, Sarita, Savanna, Segunda, Senalda, Serna, Sofia, Solana, Terceira, Tierra, Trella, Úrsula, Valentina, Ventura, Vicenta, Virginia, Victoria, Xalbadora, Xaviera, Yanamaria, Ynes, Yoana, Yolanda, Ysabel, Zamora, Zita, Zurina

    Last Names: Álvarez, Aznar, BenÍtez, Carrera, Chávez, Cruz, Delgado, Díaz, Diego, Fernández, Flores, García, Gómez, González, Gutiérrez, Guzmán, Hernández, Herrera, López, Luna, Martínez, Mendoza, Menéndez, Meza, Ortega, Ortiz, Pérez, Ramírez, Riviera, Rodríguez, Romero, Ruíz, Salazar, Sánchez, Santiago, Torres, Valdez, Vargas, Vázquez, Vega

    Italian Names:

    Italian names generally consist of a first name and a surname, also referred to as the family name. Some families utilize a second name, or middle name, which usually is also the name of a relative. When introducing themselves formally, most people refer to themselves by their first name, followed by their family name. Casually, they introduce themselves by their first name only.

    Though there are not set rules to the naming rituals of the Italian people, some families do follow a naming tradition. The first son is named after the father's father, and the second son is named after the mother's father. In much the same way, the first daughter is named after the father's mother, and the second daughter is named after the mother's mother. There are sometimes variations on this tradition. For example, if the first born is a girl, some parents, wanting to show respect for the paternal grandfather, may give the child a female variant of her paternal grandfather's name.

    The surname is common to the whole child’s family. There are several different types of surnames. In some cases, the family was identified by a far descendant’s association to a member of his immediate family (very often his father). Most names end in –i, such as Bernardi. Some names also take the preposition “de” or “di,” as seen in “De Luca”.

    Another common type is to identify the family based on where they came from. This can be a local region, as in “Fontana” (from the fountain), or a specific region, as in Napolitano. Additionally, some families were identified by the job they usually held. For example, families with the last name “Zappa” usually worked as farmers at one point in their history. Finally, families could often be identified by the nickname of a distant relative. These are usually based off a physical trait or personality quirk, and are more often than not ironic.

    Boys: Alessandro, Amerigo, Antonio, Armando, Baldo, Bartolo, Benedetto, Bernardi, Bernardo, Cece, Cosimo, Danato, Dino, Doffo, Domenico, Ermanno, Francesco, Frederico, Galleazzo, Gherardo, Giacomo, Gianni, Giorgio, Giovanni, Gregorio, Guido, Jacopo, Lapo, Lorenzo, Luca, Luchino, Marchionne, Marco, Matteo, Niccolo, Paolo, Piero, Provenzano, Razzante, Recco, Remigio, Ridolfo, Rinaldo, Rinieri, Rosso, Salvestro, Schiatta, Schiatuzzo, Simone, Taddeo, Tegghiaio, Totto, Verrochio, Vespaciano

    Girls: Agnella, Agnese, Alessandra, Anastasia, Andrea, Angela, Antonia, Bandecca, Bartola, Bartolomea, Bella, Belloza, Catalina, Caterina, Cicilia, Cristina, Dea, Diana, Dolce, Dora, Fiametta, Filippa, Fiora, Flora, Francesca, Gemma, Ghita, Gianetta, Gilia, Giovanna, Isabetta, Joanna, Lagia, Lena, Letta, Lisa, Lisabetta, Lorenza, Lucia, Lucrezia, Madelena, Magdalena, Maria, Mea, Mella, Nanna, Nencia, Nezetta, Nicolosa, Novella, Paula, Pia, Piera, Rigarda, Riguardatta, Salvaza, Sandra, Santa, Serena, Simona, Stella, Tessa, Tita, Tomasia, Tommasa, Veroncia

    Last Names: Alberti, Amato, Antella, Benetton, Bernardo, Bianchi, Bissacco, Brombal, Bruno, Cavinato, Colombo, Comaco, Conti, Costa, De Luca, Esposito, Favaloro, Ferrero, Gallo, Giordano, Greco, Lombardi, Mancini, Marcato, Marino, Masino, Medici, Moretti, Palermo, Puglisi, Ricci, Rizzo, Romano, Rossi, Russo, Stefani, Strozzi, Vazzoler, Vecchio, Zappa
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