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That's great! An Edelweiss in real life, and a doctor to boot! Edelveis does seem unusual, perhaps her parents just wanted it to be pronounced correctly in English, so they changed the spelling. ...
November 15th, 2012, 11:44 AM
Camilla May nn Millie
Evelyn May nn Evie
Flora May nn Florrie
I think Maddie May sounds ok, although it is a lot of M'a and A's in a row. I probably would have...
I would pronounce it like the song, "A-del-vice". But you could pronounce it with the "weiss" sound if that strikes you to be prettier. :)
I should clarify that by German heritage, I didn't mean just Germany, but the German speaking countries which would include Austria, Germany, and Switzerland (also Liechtenstein). But actually the...
I certainly expected the reviews to be mixed on this name. Even though it is a bit "out there", I think if using it for the right reasons (German heritage, love of the mountains, musical background,...
I never would have thought of that negative connotation. Thanks for the input, and like mischa said the Anneliese spelling would be the best to avoid that connection. I agree that May looks the...
I've really been into short names lately and love both of these names for different reasons. They only have a one letter difference in spelling, but are worlds apart in character and personality, I...
November 13th, 2012, 07:12 PM
I think Victoria is beautiful, but like you, am not a big fan of Vicki or Tori. The one that stuck out to me that hasn't been mentioned would be Ree (Like the Pioneer Woman, Ree Drummond). It may...
I really love this combo. Do you prefer the Mae or May spelling for a first name? Would you spell Anneliese differently? I'm planning on the German 4-syllable pronunciation. So, I don't really...
November 13th, 2012, 02:56 PM
Could you please add the floral name, Edelweiss? It is German meaning noble & white. A beautiful flower from the Swiss Alps. Thanks!
What is your opinion on Edelweiss as a name? I can't really see it as a first name, but think it has potential as an offbeat floral, unexpected middle. Thoughts?
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