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  1. #11
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    Persy, Persa, or Sephy would be the most logical nn for Persephone.

  2. #13
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    Yeah, they're kind of crazy. Persephone: Percy, Poppy, Effie.

    If you like word & place names I'm suggesting

    Arcadia
    Florence
    Haven
    Pixie
    Silver
    Snow
    Sonnet
    Tempest
    Winsome
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  3. #15
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    I love Persy for Persephone I have one question persey and persy pronounced the same?

  4. #17
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    My first thought was, "Troll?"
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  5. #19
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    Dame Eyola - Dame, to me, is a title. Eg, Dame Judy Dench, Dame Maggie Smith, Dame Helen Mirren, Dame Julie Andrews. So, to me, this sounds like a Dame who is named Eyola.

    Persia - I could see this working. If India, Dallas, Carolina, Georgia, Ireland, etc can work, why not Persia?

    Forever, Illumination, Reminisce, Diary - These are all a little too out there, IMO. They could potentially work as creative middles with the right first name... but honestly they are a little cheesey. And I can't help but think that a little Diary would be teased and called diarrhea.

    Heart - I can totally see this as a middle. I think it would work well, especially for a child born around the parent's anniversary. Cute.
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