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January 24th, 2013 02:54 PM #16
Adria (I'm saying it with a long A at the beginning, as in the word ate, is this correct?) I like it.
Arielle (I like the are-ee--ELLE pronunciation) LOVE
Corinna (rinna, not reena) That's the first pronunciation that came to mind, "Cor-RIN-uh".
Estella - Meh.
Irene/Irena - Too old lady-ish
Laurel - LOVE
Leila (I say lay-luh is that correct?) - Yes, that's right.
Lorraine (I like the nn options - Lor, Lora, Raine, Rainie, etc) - See Irene
Liana - Seems like it should be Elliana,
Lydia - This used to be one of my favorites.
Raquel (does this work for a non-Hispanic family?) - It depends...
Reva (not sure how to pronounce this. REE-vuh or RAY-vuh?) - Meh.
Serena - Meh.
Shana (pronunciation?) - I would be inclined to pronounce it "SHAY-nuh"".Madison, 14-year-old name nerd! My style is all over the place, my favorites change all the time.
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January 24th, 2013 03:02 PM #18Senior Member
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