I meant to say Isoline but Yes, Isaline is legitimate name that was rarely used until recently. As far as I know Isaline, Isoline and Ysaline are all related to Elisabeth. Here is a link to a graph of the names if you like
Originally Posted by ghostofjupiter
Isaline[URL="Isoline"[/URL] I would also add Isaure to the list since its very old but more recognizable and has recently gained a lot of popularity.
I promise all of these names are legit :)
My French friend has a list on her blog, Pretty Prenoms, which has American names and their equivalents in France. Here are the "grandma" names.
Anyways, here is the post in full: http://prettyprenoms.wordpress.com/2...n-equivalents/
@txbelle: Omg, I have a new love. Flavie. I already loved Flavia, and I guess Flavie could be a nn for it or stand on its own. Do they prn it Flay-vee or Flah-vee? I prefer Flah-vee but Id like to know the real prn. Actually now that I think about it it prob has the -a sound at the end, like Flavia, huh?
It's like "flah vee" but the A in "flah" is more like the A in "fat" but still with the H if that makes sense or you can listen here which is probably more help then I am lol: http://www.forvo.com/search/flavie/
Originally Posted by saraallison
Ok, thanks. I really love Flavie!