I seem to have become enraptured with [name]Benedetto[/name]. The meaning is almost like the extra cherry on top. Now I just need to see people’s reaction, so what do you think?
I like it! He could go by the NN [name]Ben[/name], which I adore.
I’ve never heard it before, but it’s wonderful! Really fun to say as well. [name]Benedetto[/name].
I think it sounds awesome!
Very cool, very Italian! I like it, but (personally) I would only consider using it if I lived in [name]Italy[/name], married an Italian man or had a strong Italian background (I am not in the least bit Italian though, haha).
[name]Love[/name] it. I used Benedetti as a surname for some characters in a novel I was writing as I loved the meaning. So cool.
I disagree with other posters. I don’t care for it at all.
I can see its appeal–wonderful meaning, cute nn of [name]Ben[/name], very Italian/European, etc.–but it’s just a bit too Italian for me! I like the more English [name]Bennett[/name] or [name]Benedict[/name], both of which mean the same thing.
I like it