Italian name consists of a given name and a surname. In Italy, given name is called nome and surname are called cognomen. Commonly, cognomen is written after nome, but in official documents, cognomen is written before nome. We can discuss one by one of given names in male and female, and surname in male and female.
Given Name (Nome)
Italian given names for male and female are various. For a male, it could be the given name that end in –o, for example, is Alberto, Alessandro, Antonio, Roberto, and etc. Given names for a male that end in-e, such as Danielle, Raffaele, Samuelle, and etc.