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    -enne names

    I've noticed that I like the -enne sound at the end of girls names, I'm looking for potential new ones that I may have overlooked. Think Vivienne.....

    I saw Lilienne and I thought it was beautiful, but I'm pretty sure it's made-up and I try to stay away from that.

    Thank you!!!

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    I've always liked the spelling Vivienne much better than Vivan / Vivien.

    Lucienne is also a nice one. I can't think of too many!
    Adrienne
    Etienne
    Julienne
    Fabienne
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    See i never understood the Vivienne spelling, but I can appreciate it.

    How about:

    Adrienne
    Brienne
    Cayenne
    Cheyenne
    Etienne
    Fabrienne
    Fascienne
    Lirienne
    Lucienne
    Solenne
    Tatienne
    Xadrienne
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    Aha! I knew I was missing a bunch. Lucienne is one that I forgot I loved. I'm going to write these down and mull them over.

    Dantea - to me, Vivienne feels "softer" than Vivian, but I pronounce those two slightly differently. When I say Vivian, it comes out more as vivi-in and Vivienne is viv-ee-enn. Plus, I won't lie - for me, the frillier the better, lol.

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    Ah, got it. I've asked before and no one wanted to explain so thanks! I guess it's sort of the same with Damian/Damien for me. I prefer Damien because it just flat out looks so much handsomer.
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