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  1. #6
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    I love it. I love Cove for a name, but Cova feels more complete. It's different, but won't stick out too much. I also like how it makes me think of seas. I didn't even think of it as an alternative to Cora. I thought it was an alternative to Nova.

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  2. #8
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    It does sound made up but I like it.
    I actually thought it was an alternative to Cove (which I have seen being used as a male name).
    It sounds like a cool feminization of Cove

  3. #10
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    To me, it sounds like it should already be a legit name. I love the sound of it. There are actually two legit names, Coventina (a goddess), and Covielle (from Commedia dell'arte and Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme) that this could be a nn for.
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