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    Ice names

    Hi Berries!

    Does anybody know of any girls names that start with "Ice" or an "ice" sound?
    All suggestions accepted!

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    Eisa. She's from Norse mythology.
    Biαηcα ωiηifre∂ Sησω ● Lσreℓei Oη∂iηe ● Octαviα єoωƴη Sσℓ ● etrα Leσcα∂iα Siℓver ● Ƭɦisbe ωiℓ∂rσse
    Annika Evadne Felicity Pandora Sunniva Thora | Ceridwen Eilonwy Faraday Illyria Isabeau Kestrel Serafina Sophronia
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    Dαmiαη Sραrrσω ● єvαηder Sσℓ ● Gwƴdiση Aℓαric Hαrt ● Mαℓαchi Ƭristαη Bjσrη ● hiηeαs Rσbiη Bℓαise
    Caspian Everett Konrad Oren Theodore | Calidore Ithuriel Ivanhoe Llyr Peregrine Ranier Rune Wilder Wolf

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    Isa is pronounced eeece-uh which is sweet, but I can't think of any others, sorry.

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    Isis. In some old documents (From when Egyptology was just getting off the ground as a Western craze in the Victorian Era) its even spelt Icesis. Has nothing to actually do with ice but I like it.

    Iseult (Ee-salt) has a bit of an icy sound and like the related Isolde (ee-zold, ee-zold-a, ee-sold...this one has a number of forms in various languages) is sometimes translated as "ice ruler."

    This is a blog I found interesting: Icie which I thought was cute. Icy and Icie did chart at one time in the US, but it was long ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stripedsocks View Post
    Isis. In some old documents (From when Egyptology was just getting off the ground as a Western craze in the Victorian Era) its even spelt Icesis. Has nothing to actually do with ice but I like it.

    Iseult (Ee-salt) has a bit of an icy sound and like the related Isolde (ee-zold, ee-zold-a, ee-sold...this one has a number of forms in various languages) is sometimes translated as "ice ruler."

    This is a blog I found interesting: Icie which I thought was cute. Icy and Icie did chart at one time in the US, but it was long ago.

    Ooh-I didn't even think of Isis! This is exactly what I'm looking for! Thankyou so much!

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