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  1. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_and_Layla ...

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_and_Layla

    The movie is about a man who is Jewish who begins dating an Arabic woman who is Muslim. If I am remembering correctly, David tricks his parents the...
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    Maybe Pia?

    Maybe Pia?
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    Thanks for the replies :)

    Thanks for the replies :)
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    Cordelia vs Corinne

    Which do you prefer and why? Also, do you say Corinne as COR-een or cor-RIN?
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    It doesn't seem like it is a problem for Oona...

    It doesn't seem like it is a problem for Oona Chaplin (Castilla), who was born and raised in Spain. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oona_Chaplin
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    Disa and Freya

    Disa and Freya
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    Romana vs Romola

    I really like both of these names and love Roma/Romy as nicknames. Of these two, which do you prefer and why?
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    Concordia Connelly Gioconda - a name which...

    Concordia
    Connelly

    Gioconda - a name which refers to the Mona Lisa
  9. Asha - Derived from Sanskrit आशा (asha)...

    Asha - Derived from Sanskrit आशा (asha) meaning"wish, desire, hope" [http://www.behindthename.com/name/asha-1]
    Chandra - "moon" in Sanskrit, derived from चन्द (chand) "to shine"...
  10. Thread: -issa names

    by teacherma
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    Maybe Taissa, like Taissa Farmiga ...

    Maybe Taissa, like Taissa Farmiga http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taissa_Farmiga
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    Disa - a Swedish name meaning goddess....

    Disa - a Swedish name meaning goddess. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disa
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    There is an Elaina at the school that I teach who...

    There is an Elaina at the school that I teach who constantly deals with being called EE-lay-na and eh-LAYN-ah. Point of the story, sometimes people will overly complicate even a simple name. I don't...
  13. I like Delara and Aylin best. Also have you...

    I like Delara and Aylin best. Also have you considered Selene as a variation of Celina? I think Delara Selene and Aylin Selene sound dreamy. I even like Mavera Selene works well too.
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    Gianluca nn Luke

    Gianluca nn Luke
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    Borys Miron Olek Roman Anna Hanna...

    Borys
    Miron
    Olek
    Roman

    Anna
    Hanna
    Natalka (though this is a nickname in both cultures)
    Tamara
  16. Thread: Clea

    by teacherma
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    Clea

    I have been thinking about Clea and am wondering how most people would say it. While I do know the correct pronunciation, I wonder how much variance that there is. If you wouldn't mind, please share...
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    Great-Grandmothers: Annunziata who went by...

    Great-Grandmothers:

    Annunziata who went by Nancy
    Irma (air-MAH in Italian) Giuseppina who went by Irma (ER-mah) and Josephine equally
    Katarina who went exclusively by Catherine (though I have...
  18. Thread: Armin?

    by teacherma
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    Armin is allllll Van Buuren for me, which makes...

    Armin is allllll Van Buuren for me, which makes it pretty cool, in my opinion. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armin_van_Buuren

    For those interested, Armin comes from Arminius and is used in the...
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    Once while I was substituting, I had a Dmitri, a...

    Once while I was substituting, I had a Dmitri, a Demetri, and a Dimitri in the same grade. The Cyrillic spelling is Дмитрий, and there are many ways to transcribe the name. (Also, Dimitri is the...
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    While it is a legitimate name in its own right,...

    While it is a legitimate name in its own right, I've always liked Erno as nickname for Ernest. http://www.behindthename.com/name/erno
  21. Thread: Neve (neh-v)

    by teacherma
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    http://www.forvo.com/word/neve_campbell/#en' ...

    http://www.forvo.com/word/neve_campbell/#en'

    This is how Neve Campbell's name is said. Is that what your aiming for?
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    I've been practicing French with DuoLingo on and...

    I've been practicing French with DuoLingo on and off. I'm mainly looking to increase my knowledge of French grammatical structure as I teach ESL. I'm found that knowledge of the students native...
  23. Thread: Kitty

    by teacherma
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    Keturah Kalista Kateri Katalina Kristina...

    Keturah
    Kalista
    Kateri
    Katalina
    Kristina
    Kristiane
    Kitana
  24. Thread: Olympia

    by teacherma
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    I remember someone on Nameberry suggesting Polly...

    I remember someone on Nameberry suggesting Polly as nn for Olympia and I've always liked it.
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    I think Jane packs a punch. A wonderful classic...

    I think Jane packs a punch. A wonderful classic name that has a wealth of images - strong, independent, sweet, and kind. The sort of name that works equally well as a tough girl or a bookworm.
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