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April 30th, 2013 04:55 PM #6
Cymburgis - I think this is where the name Kimberly came from!
Adosinda - this one is interesting, like Lucinda and Allison together
Katranide - I don't like the ending but the beginning is lovely, something like Katranella would be pretty
Emilienne - this is probably somewhere on the SS list as a misspelling of Emmeline, lol
Adalemode - lol, Adele with ice cream!
Prisca - I adore and love this name! It's on my list
Berengaria - I actually like Benin for a boy, Beren is too much like barren.
Mecia - maybe too much like messiah.
Ramondina - interesting!
Amatilda - Not Matilda! lol
Roscille - interesting, wonder how it's pronounced.
Fara - love!
Maddalena - another that I'm sure is out there somewhere as a misspelling of Madeline/Magdalena
Adeliza - pretty
Nuria - like!
Isabeau - I've heard this one a lot on NB, but it's hard to imagine irl
Sardis - I kinda like this actually
Varina- I like this one too
Reeve- I know this is in current useLivy/Lucy : Geneva/Gwen : Coralie/Alice : Noelle/Eve
Eli/Bennett : Jude/Zane: Luke/Leo : Levi/Phineas
April 30th, 2013 06:55 PM #8
Angelesia (I love the sound of it)
Sancha (sounds like Sansa without being too close, I love it)
Emilienne (Émilienne Moreau-Evrard? Lovely name nevertheless)
Berengaria (ah, Richard I's wife (and Sancha of Castile's daughter), I have always loved this name)
Amatilda (very beautiful, could definitely see that work now too)
Mahaut (I actually know a Mathilde going by Mahaut (which she pronounce like Maude), it's a very sweet nickname)
Zita Maria delle Grazie Adelgonda Micaela Raffaela Gabriella Giuseppina Antonia Luisa Agnese (ah, Empress Zita! I have always loved this name (Zita) because of her)
Adeliza (Adeliza of Louvain, the second wife of Henry I, was said to be really intelligent (but admittedly is rather bland compared to most other English Queen Consorts). It's a wonderful name)
Alexandrine Auguste (*beaming with pride* Alexandrine of Mecklenburg-Schwerin was a Danish Queen. It's a lovely name, though I do prefer Alexandrina)
Mafalda (this is such an under-appreciated name, I have always loved it)
Theodelinda (I prefer Theodelinde, but it's a great name)
Eilika (great name, has a very lovely Greek feel to it)
Boedil (here, we spell it Bodil, but otherwise it's the same)
Ragnhild (very common name (for old people) here, it's lovely and it has roots in the Norse mythology)
Brigida (spelled Birgitte/Brigitte/Brigitta here)Zelia/Elja • Nineteen • Name and history nerd from an early age • I have a blog.