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  1. #1
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    Ways to get to Story?

    I can't use Astoria (even though I adore the name) because it's the name of a town here in Oregon, and Hubs has a permanent veto on place names. Does anyone know of another way to get to the nickname Story/Stori??

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  2. #3
    Hmmm the names coming to mind work mainly with word association.
    So, for the nn Story you could have:

    Poesie or Saga, for instance.

    Actually, if you went with Saga Victoria, you would most definitely be entitled to Story

  3. #5
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    some may be a bit of a stretch

    Stockard
    Steren
    Stesichore
    Saga (norse goddess of Poetry and a swedish word that means story)
    Enitan (means person of a story)
    Sotiria
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  4. #7
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    I see Serafina on your list - you could use Story for Serafina or use something with the mn Story and call her Story.

  5. #9
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    What about just Aster/Astor if Astoria is out? I loooove both those names but I hate that people associate it with the tacky part of Queens and not the adorable seaside town (DH and I are quite fond). Also, the name Astoria would be really weird if you wanted to send your kids to a Waldorf School, right?
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