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  • Eva & Arabella / Evie & Bella

    35 57.38%
  • Eva & Sophia / Evie & Phia

    26 42.62%
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  1. #1

    Which combination is prettier for sisters?

    Eva & Arabella / Evie & Bella

    or

    Eva & Sophia / Evie & Phia

  2. #3
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    Eva and Sophia seem a little bit more compatible in style (Arabella is frillier than Eva). However, Sophia and Eva have too much sound echo for me, with the ee sound and f/v being similar. The nicknames Phia and Evie also have the repeating sounds - this may be a little nitpicky, though - a lot of people might not even notice.

    Nicknames Evie and Bella sound more distinct from each other.

    I like all of the names, though.
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  3. #5
    I was concerned about how frilly Arabella is next to Eva, which by the way we pronounced like Ava. I didn't mention the prn. earlier because we have received a lot of heat from people since her nn is Evie but full name sounds like Ava.

    For the sake of pronunciation (putting the incorrect spelling aside), do Ava & Arabella work better style-wise?

    I also think Ava & Sophia sound much better than EE-va and Sophia.

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    Well I'll add to the fire:
    If you want "ay-va" you should spell it Ava. Eva is "ee-va" or "eh-va". You're contradicting yourself if her nn is Evie but you expect people to pronounce Eva "ay-va". I think you need to choose, either Ava or Eva "ee-va". I don't think either needs a nn, maybe Eve for Eva

    Eva "ee-va" and Sophia are nice together and so are Ava "ay-va" & Sophia. Evie & Phia are too close. Ava & Phia work but Ava & Phi/Fi sound even better

    Eva & Arabella are nice. Evie and Bella are OK, Eva & Bella are better

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  5. #9
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    Both are great but Eva & Sophia look more balanced

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