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May 9th, 2013 03:08 AM #1
I know, I know. It's a butchered spelling, trust me I know!
Unfortunately I've haboured this fondness for it...I don't know why or how.
Is it workable? If not, talk me out of my madness - point out all the reasons why not. :P
EDIT: Oh, oh, what about Adriyana? *hides in shame*
Last edited by east93; May 9th, 2013 at 03:26 AM.Nathaniel . Eden | Alessandra . Noel
May 9th, 2013 03:14 AM #3
I like it but I prefer Adriana mostly because I said Ay-dry-ar-na
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May 9th, 2013 03:28 AM #5Simon, Eloise/Louise, Faye, Judah, Thea, Felix, Iris, Cordelia, Roscoe, Lydia, Jasper, Phaedra, Adrian, Lucinda, Jane, Conrad, Wallace, Finnegan, Sylvie, Charlie, Dashiell, Juniper, Atlas, Matilda, Julian, Alice, Marlowe, Octavia, Jack, Marigold, Archer, Gabriel, Persephone, Raphael, Dov
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May 9th, 2013 03:41 AM #7
May 9th, 2013 03:54 AM #9
I am vastly preferential to Adriyana. Adryana looks kree8tiphve, but Adriyana changes the pronunciation every so slightly to make it even PRETTIER.
I actually LIKE the second one! haha. It also looks more complete; Y is an iffy vowel at best, and the I keeps things cohesive and fluid.
Also, Adriyana > AdrianaI'm not feeling incredibly profound at the moment. Check back later.