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  1. #6
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    maybe I pronounce it differently.... but clover to me sounds like -clove-errrrr like in grrrrr. I'm bad at sounds, but Noa Clover doesn't sound bad at all in my accent :/
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  2. #8
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    I'm English, and in mine it sounds like clove-uh which is way less nice than clove-errrrr

  3. #10
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    I love the name Noa. In fact I love it so much I named my daughter that . The middle name we almost used was Grace. Because Noa is Hebrew for movement the two seem to be a perfect pair. What girl wouldn't love a name meaning "graceful movement"?

  4. #12
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    Noa Waverly
    Noa Harlow
    Noa Marlow
    Noa Willow
    Noa Elizabeth
    Noa Wren
    Noa Hadley
    Noa Harper
    Noa Naomi (for some reason, I really love this even though the names are very similar looking)
    Noa Penelope
    Noa Jacqueline
    Noa Mariam
    Noa Hope
    Noa Madeline
    Noa Caroline
    Noa Catherine
    Noa Claire
    Noa Quinn
    Noa Piper

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    Evan Robert Stephen and Elizabeth Victoria Christianna

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