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March 15th, 2013 02:37 PM #6
I love Dinah. I think it's very underused and since it is a variation of my own name, I like to see love for it!
Keziah would be my next choice for a girl.
Ezekiel is a HUGE love of mine, and if I didn't already know a little boy named this it would be on my own list. I think it goes very well with Cyrus.
I also like Abram because I love the nn Bram.TTC #1
Zoe Aurora | Noemí Esther
Lucas Emmanuel | Levi Alexander
Adele | Adira | Arabella | Eliana | Elizabeth | Milena | Susannah | Zara
March 15th, 2013 03:49 PM #8Senior Member
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For girls, I know a girl who pronounces it "Zeh-zeye-a" and another girl who prounces it "Keh-zjha" (kinda like Kesha). I love Zara and Magdala (beautiful!).
Other unique biblical girl names of girls I know:
Myra (place name)
Nila (similar to Nile)
Two girls I know have "interjection/praise names"
I have also like Naama (Nay-ah-ma) too, definitely different There were a few Naama's in the OT.
Boys names: Love Ezekiel and Ezra (definitely not girly at all).
Also love (but not most people's preference:
Malachy (irish version of Malachi)No Reserves. No Retreats. No Regrets.
March 15th, 2013 04:04 PM #10Senior Member
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March 16th, 2013 01:35 AM #12Senior Member
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Hey you- thanks for pointing me here. I would have missed it.
I'm still loving Dinah for a litle sister to Cy. "Di and Cy" may be a bit too much though. Keziah worries me slightly because I feel like it might not be very approachable or well known enough. I think I like Keturah better, but Kezzie or Zia are cute nicknames. I also like that Keziah is related to the cassia plant/cinnamon! cute. Magdala nn Maggie feels like a natural fit though too. It's you favorite name and I think you should push it with T more because of that.
I love all your boy choices and alot of them are some of my favs, but just not names we can use (ha! like we can ever produce a boy...) in our sibset. Ezekiel "Zeke" is my favorite and I really love how Y and Z would be the 2nd letter in the boys names. I know that is a lame reason to pick a name, but you know me and my OCDish stuff. I guess Abel might be one I remove from the list because it sounds very wordy to me. I do love the suggestion of Levi and I don't think it's too common.
Others to consider:
See ya soon!Wife to one great guy
Mama to six pretty ladies: Scarlett (11), Penelope (9), Alice (3), Fiona (3), and Lucille & Coraline (11 mo.)
& 4 angels gone before us
~We fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen. For what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal.~
March 16th, 2013 01:40 AM #14