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    Logical, but not to obvious names for twins

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    Melanie and Emelina and Ameline
    Eliza and Zelia
    Ella and Lela
    Amy and May
    Gray and Gary
    Hale and Leah
    Hamlet and Thelma
    Hera and Rhea
    Ian and Nia
    Lisa and Isla
    Mila and Liam
    Inna and Nina
    Ishtar and Trisha
    Jana and Anja
    Keira and Erika

    Also:
    http://www.behindthename.com/twins.php
    Aidan and Nadia
    Aidan is Nadia in reverse.

    Aliyah and Jordan
    Both names are Hebrew, but Aliyah means "ascend" and Jordan means "descend".

    Amy and May
    The names are anagrams of each other.

    Atarah and Stephen
    Both names mean "crown", but Atarah is Hebrew and Stephen is Greek.

    Aurora and Dawn
    Aurora means "dawn" in Latin.

    Brendan and Sarah
    Brendan means "prince" in Irish while Sarah means "princess" in Hebrew.

    Cara and Mia
    In Italian Cara means "beloved" and Mia means "my". Together they mean "my beloved", as the phrase caramia.

    Chandra and Selene
    Chandra means "moon" in Sanskrit and Selene is the Greek goddess of the moon.

    Claus and Lucas
    The names are anagrams of each other.

    Columba and Jemima
    Both names mean "dove", but Columba is Latin and Jemima is Hebrew.

    Daphne and Laura
    Both names mean "laurel", but Daphne is Greek and Laura is Latin.

    Deborah and Melissa
    Both names mean "bee", but Deborah is Hebrew and Melissa is Greek.

    Dolly and Lloyd
    The names are anagrams of each other.

    Dorcas and Tabitha
    Both names mean "gazelle", but Dorcas is Greek and Tabitha is Aramaic. In the New Testament the names refer to the same person (Acts 9:36).

    Dorothy and Theodora
    Both names are formed from the Greek elements doros "gift" and theos "God", but the elements are in different order.

    Elijah and Joel
    The Hebrews had two name elements meaning "God". These names contain both elements, but in different order.

    Erica and Heather
    Erica means "heather" in Latin.

    Eve and Zoe
    Both mean "life", but Eve is Hebrew and Zoë is Greek.

    Ezra and Ophelia
    Both mean "help", but Ezra is Hebrew and Ophelia is Greek.

    Grace and Hannah
    Hannah means "grace" in Hebrew.

    Ione and Violet
    Ione means "violet" in Greek.

    Ira and Ria
    The names are anagrams of each other.

    Irene and Salome
    Both names mean "peace", but Irene is Greek and Salome is Hebrew.

    Johan and Jonah
    The names are anagrams of each other.

    Jonathan and Matthew
    Both names are formed from the Hebrew elements yehu "the Lord" and matis "gift", but the elements are in different order.

    Leon and Noel
    The names are each other in reverse.

    Lucius and Uri
    Both names mean "light", but Lucius is Latin and Uri is Hebrew.

    Margaret and Pearl
    Margaret means "pearl" in Greek.

    Mary and Myra
    The names are anagrams of each other.

    Melanie and Phoebe
    Both names are Greek, but Melanie means "dark" and Phoebe means "light".

    Nathaniel and Theodore
    Both names mean "gift of God", but Nathaniel is Hebrew and Theodore is Greek.

    Reva and Vera
    The names are anagrams of each other.



    Also:
    http://www.behindthename.com/themes.php
    Sorry for bad English, I am from other country

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