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Thread: Gloria vs Glorianna vs Gloretha
April 5th, 2013 08:33 PM #1Member
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Gloria vs Glorianna vs Gloretha
We are looking at 3 variations of Gloria for a first name, the nickname will be Glory but we want something that sounds a bit more "adult" for the professional world. Still deciding on a middle name. If you know another variation, please let me know.
Gloria (GLOR ee ah) - like but doesn't quite have that special spark, but it's nice and usable
Gloretha (gloh RETH ah) - love but not sure if it works in modern society as a first name, it's more Civil War era and I absolutely adore it, kind of a guilty pleasure
Glorianna (GLOR ee ah nah) - see Gloria, also could be mispronounced as GLOR ee an ahLove is Friendship caught on Fire
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April 5th, 2013 09:48 PM #5anne teresa. 18.
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