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Thread: Corollaria- Could it work?
January 1st, 2013 09:56 PM #1Senior Member
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Corollaria- Could it work?
I was recently looking for flower, fairy like names for a character. I searched translations for "flower girl" and found that it translated to "Corollaria" in Latin- I used it. I found that it was pretty much just a combination of the names "Coral" and "Aria" anyway so I figured that it would work. What do you think? Could it become a name for girls? And is this the correct translation? Thanks Berries!!
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January 1st, 2013 10:13 PM #3
January 1st, 2013 10:15 PM #5
I tried to say this out loud, but "cholera" came out instead.♂ | Samuel ◊ Edward ◊ George ◊ Arthur ◊ Ezra ◊ Silas ◊ Dean ◊ Micah ◊ Gideon ◊ Isaiah
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January 1st, 2013 10:41 PM #7
It looks like corollary. Corollaria actually means a garland or a crown of flowers.
Flower in Latin is floris; girl is puella, or femella. I'm not sure either would make a nice name smooshed.Blade, MD
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January 1st, 2013 10:50 PM #9
To be honest it just makes me think of cholera.
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