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  1. #16
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    Sep 2012
    Quote Originally Posted by ohluna View Post
    I like Eulalia and Lorelei together, a LOT. I like that you included the pronunciation, I remember a Spanish teacher of mine teaching us over and over to pronounce it Ay-oo-la-lee-ah. I like learning a new way to say it!
    I'm relieved so many people like Eulalia and Lorelei, I was worried everyone would hate them. I laughed imagining a group of students trying to pronounce Eulalia in Spanish--it's already difficult enough in English! I have a friend from Argentina named Olalla, and apparently that is a Spanish version. I much prefer the English version though.

  2. #18
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    Sep 2012
    I thought I should add that my husband and I are pronouncing Lorelei/Lorelai with a strong I sound at the end (rhymes with my) rather than a strong A sound (rhymes with may) or strong E sound ( rhymes with me). I have heard it pronounced all three ways but my grandmother's name was with a strong I sound. Does anyone know which is the correct way of saying it?
    Last edited by violetbale; September 30th, 2012 at 12:54 AM.

  3. #20
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    Jun 2012
    How romantic to be proposed to during a meteorite shower! Some names in the "star, sky, celestial theme" would be:

    Lorelei Aster (Greek for star, also a flower name)
    Lorelei Vesper (Greek for evening star)
    Lorelei Celeste (Latin for heavenly)
    Lorelei Ciel (French for sky)
    Lorelei Estelle (French for star)

    I think Lorelei Briar and Lorelei Rose are lovely as well! Also, I think the correct and most common pronunciation of Lorelei is with the strong I sound (Lor-ah-lye).
    Last edited by kelchristmas; September 30th, 2012 at 01:13 AM.

  4. #22
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    Sep 2012
    It was so romantic, I really appreciate that he tried to make it special for me. My husband isn't normally the best when it comes to expressing his feelings on a daily basis, but he gets an A+ when it comes to big romantic gestures.
    I hadn't thought about a star theme before.
    I love the names Aster and Vesper!
    What about Lorelai Esther? Or does that not go well together? I also have always liked the name Astrid which for some reason I thought meant star, but when I just looked it up it said it meant divinely beautiful.

  5. #24
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    Feb 2011
    I really love the combos Eulalia Snow and Lorelei Rose.
    Eleanor/Eloise, Cecilia, Josephine, Audrey, Fiona, Vivienne, Hazel, Juliet, Genevieve, Iris, Felicity, Penelope, Daisy, Scarlett, Isla, Claire/Clara, Amelia/Emilia, Stella, Eve, Margot, Annabel, Delilah, Ruby, Freya, Esme, Lola, Ivy, Willa, Gemma

    Oliver, Sebastian, Theodore, Felix, Leo, Simon, Wesley, August, Jasper, Miles, Jude/Julian, Silas, Finn, Dashiell, Abram, Elliott, Tristan, Charles, Gabriel, Wyatt, Declan, Conrad, Harrison, Levi, Blaise, Luke, Callum, Beckett, Wilder, Beau, Atlas

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