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May 15th, 2013 10:29 PM #16
I love Apollonia! In Catalan, it's Apol·lònia, which I think is AMAZING! You can hear that version here: http://www.forvo.com/word/apol%C2%B7l%C3%B2nia/#ca
Thing is, as much as I love it, I don't really know what to do with it.Lucia
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May 16th, 2013 01:27 AM #18Senior Member
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Love, Love, LOVE Apollonia! I go back and forth between this spelling and the Slovak Apolena (though this one is said slightly different). While it is of Greek origin, it has a history in Italy as well (in my family, mainly Sicily and in the Belluno region of Northern Italy -- though in my family appears more frequently as the male form, Apollonio). Apollonia is the patron saint of my great-grandmother's town in Belluno. Also, in Latin, Polonia is the word for Poland, so I also like it because it works to connect both of my parents heritage.
My preferred nickname is Polly, but I could see Nia or Nina (as well as Apple).
Ideas That I have had:
Apollonia Eva (also Eva Apollonia)
Apollonia Evangeline (very long though)
Apollonia Irene"Don't try to be modern, it's the most old-fashioned thing there is," - Attilio, The Tiger and the Snow
Domenico, Gianfranco, Giacomo, Antonio, Raphael, Calogero, Leopold, Angelo, Giorgio, Alban, Malachi, Dante, Mirek, Dario, Lionel, Asa, Valerio
Katarina, Irena, Silvia, Aniela, Delfina, Raffaella, Apollonia, Cecilia, Pasqualina, Rosina, Josephine, Allegra, Romana, Alba, Bronya, Adrasteia, Vincenza, Althea, Eurydice, Regina, Mirellina, Arianell, Sonia, Talia, Cordelia, Leona/Leonie
May 16th, 2013 02:12 AM #20Senior Member
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May 16th, 2013 02:30 AM #22
I never thought of the purple Rain association before!I'am eternally, devastatingly romantic, and I thought people would see it because 'romantic' doesnt mean 'sugary.'
Its dark and tormented - the furor of passion, the despair of an idealism that you can't attain.
Dearest names: Sèraphine Wildrose & Orpheus Nicolas Prosper
May 16th, 2013 09:02 AM #24