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  1. #6
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    Fiametta (or Fiammetta) from The Flame of Love
    Giselle from Giselle
    Aurora from The Sleeping Beauty
    Titania from A Midsummer Night's Dream

    Maya as in Maya Plisetskaya
    Alicia as in Alicia Alonso
    Galina as in Galina Ulanova
    Moira as in Moira Shearer
    Violette as in Violette Verdy
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    One name that really says ballerina to me is Katie. Not sure why, it just really does it. I know a girl who's a ballerina named Gabrielle. and I think Clara is so pretty!
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    Agrippina (Vaganova)
    Alicia (Markova and Alonso)
    Anna (Pavlova)
    Mathilde (Kschessinska)
    Maya (Plisetskaya)
    Olga (Spessivtseva)
    Pierina (Legnani)

    Clara from The Nutcracker
    Coppelia from Coppélia
    Hamza from Le papillon
    Odette from The Swan Lake
    Odile from The Swan Lake
    Tatiana from Onegin
    Teresina from Napoli
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    Two of my favourite ballerina names are Allegra and Tanaquil.
    All the best,
    Mischa.

  5. #14
    From Ballets:
    Aurora (Sleeping Beauty)
    Clara (The Nutcracker)
    Giselle (Giselle)

    When I think of ballerinas, I always imagine Russian:
    Anastasia (Nabokina)
    Avdotia (Istomina)
    Elizaveta (Gerdt)
    Galina (Ulanova)
    Irina (Baronova)
    Lydia (Lopokova)
    Maya (Plisetskaya)
    Natalia (Osipova)
    Olga (Spessivtseva)
    Svetlana (Zakharova)
    Tamara (Karsavina)
    Tatiana (Riabouchinska)
    Yekaterina (Geltzer)

    French Ballerinas:
    Delphine (Moussin)
    Geneviève (Gosselin)
    Sylvie (Guillem)
    Violette (Verdy)

    Bunheads, a show about young Ballerinas in a small town:
    Bettina "Boo" Jordan
    Ginny Thompson
    Melanie Segal
    Sasha Torres
    Cozette
    Matisse

    Angelina Ballerina:
    Alice Bridgette Nimbletoes
    Angelina Jeanette Mouseling
    Felicity
    Flora
    Penelope Pinkpaws
    Polly Anne Mouseling
    Priscilla Pinkpaws
    Sammy Watts

    Ballet Shoes by Noel Streatfield:
    Madame Fidolia
    Paulina
    Petrova
    Posy
    Winifred


    Reminds me of a dainty ballerina:
    Anastasia
    Evangeline
    Marcheline
    Mirabelle
    Primrose
    Tatiana
    Victoria

    I've noticed that many ballerina names end in -ina like the words itself: Ballerina.

    Ina:
    Bettina (from Bunheads)
    Galina (Mezentseva)
    Irina (Kolesnikova)
    Katrina (from the show Dance Academy)
    Nina (Ananiashvili)

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