Other Origin(s):Latin
Meaning:Yellow-haired; Golden
Encourage baby to keep shining by naming them Flaviano. This masculine moniker has Italian and Latin origins and derives from the Latin word flavus, meaning “yellow” or “golden.” As a name, Flaviano translates to “yellow-haired” or “golden,” so if baby’s blonde locks are one of their most distinctive traits, they’ll be reminded every time they hear their name! Prepare to meet a little one who’ll bring warmth and light to every room.

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