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  1. #6
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    Sonja, Kaja (or Kaija), and Maja are all legitimate names. The others are just too kree8tyve looking for my taste.

    Check out Finnish names, there are lots of j-as-y sounding ones there.
    contemplating combos:
    August David Dodge · August Henry Dodge · Barnaby Viggo Paul · Barnaby Atlas Paul
    Leona Vesper Lynn · Vivian Lillie Revere · Florence Patricia Mae · Zelda Katherine Rose
    avatar by *moogley-mog

  2. #8
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    I like the "Maja" version!

  3. #10
    I like Kaja, Sonja, and Maja, also Freja and Katja, but Jija, Talija, and Dahlija are definitely over the top...
    Alice, Cecilia, Cora, Eve, Georgia, Iris, Johanna, Phoebe, Rose, Sylvie, Tess, Violet
    Calvin, Dexter, Felix, Graham, Hugo, Leo, Louis, Miles, Oscar, Paul, Simon, Walter

  4. #12
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    I prefer Maja, Kaja and Sonja, it's the normal thing in scandinavia and Russia.

  5. #14
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    Sep 2012
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    J is pronounced like the English Y in many languages, including most Germanic and Slavic languages. Unlike littlemrsb, I don't think it matters if any of these languages are among the languages of your heritage - there are enough such languages that most Anglophones should be fairly used to names spelled with J. Sonja is my favourite, and I like Freja. Maja and Kaja are two names I actually prefer with a J than with a Y, as they are less trendy that way. I am not a fan of Jija, though.

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