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  1. #31
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    I definitely prefer Claudia over Janet, to me everytime I read the name Janet it's in the exact way it is sung in 'Dammit Janet' from the Rock Horror Picture Show. I can't get it out of my head. Claudia however, I really like. I knew a Claudia who had the nn Cloud, which I thought was really cute and I absolutely adore Claudia Valentine and Claudia DeMerle!

  2. #33
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    I read most of the posts and agreed with one that stated Janette was a nice variation of Jan. Janette Valentine sounds so pretty and feminine. Also, I totally agree with Claudia DeMerle sounding like a movie star!

  3. #35
    I think Janet Valentine is beautiful! I also love Claudia!! I think you have great taste in names! I know how you feel about people being gentle! I live in a SMALL town in South Arkansas, so when we chose to name our daughter Delilah...we got A LOT of flack for it. We used it anyway we love it, it fits her and people got over the "bad" associations! Lol

  4. #37
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    Quote Originally Posted by kyemsma View Post
    How about Claudia Janet? Harold Jonathan, nn Hal and Claudia Janet go so nicely together.
    Maybe Claudia could go by the nn Claire or Clara?
    My thoughts, exactly.

  5. #39
    I prefer Lilium to Lilian. Or perhaps Liliana.

    Harold nn. Hal is sort of old to spunky with the nn. (Not a criticisim. I'm just trying to match the naming style to better try and help.)

    Some suggestions:

    nn. Jan:

    Bojana
    Jane
    Janelle
    Janet
    Janice
    Janina
    January

    Bertrice:

    Amber
    Berengaria
    Berenice/Bernice
    Bernadette
    Bertha
    Berthilda/Bertila/Bertilda
    Bertoaria
    Beryl
    December
    Edilberta
    Hibernia
    Kimberly
    Libera
    November
    October
    Philberta
    September

    I would use a name that ends in an like Jan and Lilian.

    -an ending:

    Adrian
    Bethan
    Bevan
    Callan
    Carrigan nn. Carrie
    Christian
    Cian (pronounced Ke-an. Typically male.)
    Dagan
    Derian
    Dorian
    Dylan
    Egan
    Eirian
    Evian nn. Evi, Via
    Florian
    Gillian
    Gwenlian
    Hallan
    Harlan
    Iridian
    Jean
    Jillian
    Joan
    Jordan nn. Joan
    Julian
    Keagan
    Kerigan
    Lamarian
    Liran
    Logan
    Madigan
    Marian
    Megan
    Meridian nn. Merry
    Mirian
    Morgan
    Ocean
    Rhian
    Ronan
    Rowan
    Sheridan
    Siobhan
    Siran
    Sivan
    Sullivan
    Susan nn. Zuzu
    Teagan
    Vivian

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