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  1. #6
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    What about Amelia, nn Mila?
    Hannah, 16. Teenberry, story writer, story reader, Gryffindor, human rights activist, and name nerd since 10.



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  2. #8
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    Emilia
    Emelia
    Amalia
    Amelie
    Milana
    Miley
    Millay (good literary connection!)
    Malia
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  3. #10
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    Amelia or Emelia sound like your husband could go for.

    Or just Mila! I think just Mila would be good too, since its cute when on a little girl, exotic and sophisticated on an adult.
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  4. #12
    I second the idea of Amelia.

    Here is a random idea to throw out there. How about Mira? Mirabelle, Mirabel, and Mirabella are options for long names. Not sure if there is more though

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