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    Does this sound off? If so, how to make it work?

    We've decided on Helena [hel-EHN-uh] if it's a girl. Yay! Middle name will be Cora but we wanted to add another. Astrid. I don't know why, but we adore it. Does Helena Cora Astrid sound off? If so, what arrangement could sound better? Cora could possibly change to Corinne, Cori, Coraline, etc. but Helena won't change. Thanks so much!

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    It does sound kind of strange, mainly because of the double -a endings immediately followed by an A name. I think Coralie fix both those problems, and though the flow isn't quite perfect, it is certainly improved. Helena Coralie Astrid? What do you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by namelover77 View Post
    It does sound kind of strange, mainly because of the double -a endings immediately followed by an A name. I think Coralie fix both those problems, and though the flow isn't quite perfect, it is certainly improved. Helena Coralie Astrid? What do you think?

    BTW- Lovely names!


    Agreed! GL!

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    [QUOTE=namelover77;1899219]It does sound kind of strange, mainly because of the double -a endings immediately followed by an A name. I think Coralie fix both those problems, and though the flow isn't quite perfect, it is certainly improved. Helena Coralie Astrid? What do you think?

    Agreed... or Helena Coraline Astrid or Helena Corrine Astrid...
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    Quote Originally Posted by namelover77 View Post
    It does sound kind of strange, mainly because of the double -a endings immediately followed by an A name. I think Coralie fix both those problems, and though the flow isn't quite perfect, it is certainly improved. Helena Coralie Astrid? What do you think?

    BTW- Lovely names!
    I really like Helena Coralie Astrid!

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