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May I suggest Paulina?
It seems to fit many of your requirements and is gosh-darn adorable to boot. You can avoid the masculine nickname by going with Lina.
Juniper is also lovely from your...
October 14th, 2014, 03:33 PM
Isabel Tulipa and Valentina Carmen would be an amazing sibset!
Plus, they are very recognizable and pronounceable in many countries (Spanish and English-speaking ones included).
October 14th, 2014, 03:29 PM
They were twins... Ashley and Bridget.
I am a member of several name-based sites.
I have posted on a few asking about a new name I am considering, and the response has been overwhelmingly negative. So... I am trying again to see if...
Thanks! I like a lot of your suggestions. A few were on our list (Selah, Katia, Salome) but we cannot use them for one reason or another. I didn't know Minnie was from Miriam too. I always used Mim...
I agree with your assessment on Loki. I never reccommend it for a kid especially considering Loki's horrible fate chained to rocks forever. Who wants to deem michief turned evil on their child? In...
August 20th, 2013, 02:35 PM
I was convinced that I would name my son Olin and a girl Mirielle.
My husband finally told me that Olin sounds like a word in Tagalog (his language) that he would rather not use (body part). ...
August 20th, 2013, 02:30 PM
*Katia - I have a huge love for these short, -ia names. I considered Lydia, Nadia, Hania, Sylvia, Thalia, Claudia and Tania. Katia is definately lovely and I much prefer this spelling to Katya. It's...
No. In fact, I like them as a sibset.
I like both names a lot, and your choice of spelling is also my preference.
This is my first post at nameberry, but I am a little frustrated so I thought I would give it a try.
I am an American (though most of my family and parents are still in Sicily). My...
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