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These are some of the names translated in the portuguese versions:
Pippilotta Viktualia Rullgardina Krusmynta - Pippilotta Comilança Veneziana Bala-de-Goma Filhefraim Meialonga
July 22nd, 2014, 10:48 AM
In random order:
July 20th, 2014, 06:50 PM
maybe Blair Caroline, Blair Pomeline, Blair Cordelia, Blair Vivienne?
My favourite is Blair Genevieve, though!
Serafina - Sera
Hailey - Harlow
Evangelina - Eva
Melina - Malina
Elise - Lys
Winsley - Winter
Albertina (my MIL's name, she goes exclusively by Tina)
Athina (one namesake is Athina Onassis)
Caterina/Catarina (stretch, but it can work)
Yep, I do it. My car is a black Jac J3, who is very creatively named... Black Jack. My mother's old car was named Tucky, because it was a Hyundai Tucson. We are not very creative when it comes to...
I prefer your ABC choices!
Mine would be:
Kai, Reef and:
Clover Viola Eve
Marina Viola Eve
Ondine Viola Eve
Oona Viola Eve
Pearl Viola Eve
Briony Viola Eve
Calla Viola Eve
Oriana Viola Eve
I agree with what everyone has said, specially @jackal and @maggiefromcanada.
I do, however, think there's a line between an international name and a culturally appropriated name. Cultural...
Zoë, Owen, Lewis and
July 15th, 2014, 08:29 AM
Isla Juniper Bay
Isla Penelope Bay
I've met a little Tabitha and a little Theo (non-related). I've also met a teenaged Lysandra (not sure of the spelling). (:
July 15th, 2014, 08:20 AM
I just wanted to say that we were really glad Germany stopped the whole "Brasil, decime que se siente" Argentina's song. Huge thank you for that. We can get over losing of 7x1, but to see Argentina...
That was an awesome win. I'm brazilian, and funny thing is, even though we were completely humiliated by Germany's 7x1, the german team was so nice about it (and before that) that ALL OF Brazil was...
July 13th, 2014, 12:30 PM
I was almost named Mariana, which is a nice name. The only issue was, since we use both parents' lastnames here in Brazil, my initials would've been MMM. That's a bit much. Other contenders were Ana...
I pronounce both the same. I slightly prefer the Keira version. My favourite spelling, though, is the irish Ciara. But I do understand the pronounciantion issues with this one out of the UK.
My first name is Ana, so pretty much all of the Ann derived names contain my name in one form or another.
I guess my favourites are Mariana and Anaïs.
July 11th, 2014, 11:53 AM
I can see its appeal on a character, a dog or a cat. On a real person, it seems like a trying-too-hard version of Chloe, or a smoosh version of Chloe + Matilda
if you spell it Vivian, it gets my vote! But if you spell it Vivienne, I'm team Miriam all the way! I really dislike the Vivienne spelling - it looks too trendy and too frilly for my liking.
July 7th, 2014, 11:32 PM
1) Bridget; Amy.
2) Yumi, Devon (the model's name is Devon Aoki, so it's hard for me to picture anything else); Miho.
3) Thomas; Ian; Evan.
5) Mya; Lyra; Adhara.
6) Beck; Connor.
July 7th, 2014, 11:19 PM
the weirdest name I've encountered is Anailime. It's Emiliana (her grandmother's name) spelled backwards. Weird thing is, the bearer knows 2 other Anailimes. She likes her name and it sounds pretty...
July 6th, 2014, 12:22 AM
Most of typical english names are GP, since I won't really use them as a brazilian. But some names that could be used in portuguese but are GP of mine are:
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