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Thread: Spanish Girl names
May 20th, 2013 12:27 AM #6
Ximena - It looks cool and if I'm pronouncing it right, has a cool sound as well.
Carlota - I really like this, but prefer the Carlotta spelling.
Frida - Not my style and I don't really like the way it looks either.
Julieta - So frilly and girly! I like the Julietta spelling more, but wow what a name.
Viviana - I'm going to say that I prefer the original Vivian.
Florencia - I think it is a little too over the top for me; Florence is pretty though.
Constanza - Also a bit too over the top for me.
Luisa - I'm not loving the look of it, but I can appreciate the fact that it's a variant of Louise.
Tatiana - Pretty pretty! I like this as a sister to Juliet/Julietta.
Mia - Sweet but just doesn't compare to some of the other names on your list.
Renata - Pretty! I see this on the same level as Saskia- Sassy, fun and full of energy!
Victoria - Nice name, but I'm not seeing the Spanish flair that some of your other names have.
Azul - Not my style; I feel like there's something missing.
Fernanda - I'm neutral on the full name but I like the nickname Fern.
Camila - Cute, but I like the Camilla spelling better (unless you pronounce that differently, I know some berries do!).
Lua - Lua reminds me of the Hawaiian Islands for some reason, perhaps the sound. Very pretty!
My tops are Carlotta, Julietta, and Tatiana.~inside this collegeberry's mind ~~(updated 6/26/15)
Reconstructing with the input of a loving Norwegian boyfriend
~♀ ~ Alice Cordelia ~ Aurora Seraphina ~ Cassia Elizabeth ~ Genevieve Astrid ~ Juliet Sunniva ~
♂ ~ Benjamin Axel ~ Jack Sebastian ~ Ronan Oliver ~
(I'm using the 3 syllable pronunciation of Cassia)
May 20th, 2013 12:59 AM #8Senior Member
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May 20th, 2013 06:07 AM #10Senior Member
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Ximena - This is super cool, but might be difficult for many to say in the US
Carlota - I also like this, although I usually see it spelled Carlotta. Not sure if that's an americanized thing. I also like Carlita
Frida - This is great! It seems to me like a Spanish equivalent of the cool "Grandma" names
Julieta - lovely, but in the US people may pronounce it all sorts of ways.
Viviana - very feminine and flowery, I like it!
Florencia - very pretty, but may be a bit of a mouthful. I also might prefer Flor or Flora.
Constanza - this is the only one on the list I don't care for, it seems a bit hard to pronounce to me, sounds a little surname-ish, and lots of harsh sounds.
Luisa - this is very pretty and simple.
Tatiana - I like the name, but it's not as stunning as others on your list. A little boring to me.
Mia - not a big fan. It's popular among lots of different languages, it would get lost where the others stand out.
Renata - I've never heard this before! I don't know if it's dated...I don't love the sound as much as the others, but it's a nice, easy to pronounce name.
Victoria - again, a pretty name, but would get lost in the crowd.
Azul - pretty, but seems a little masculine to me. I'd put it in the middle.
Fernanda - I love this!
Camila - pretty, but like some of the others, doesn't stand out as much.
Lua - I think this is beautiful, and I love the meaning.
Lua, Fernanda, Frida, Carlota, or Ximena are my favorites.Lillian Elizabeth 6.16.13
May 20th, 2013 07:43 AM #12
Ximena-- I actually quite like this name, X and all.
Carlota-- eh. It sounds a little "mom on the telenovela" to me.
Frida-- Very cool. Would be sweet on a little girl
Julieta-- I'm not really a fan of this name in any language.
Viviana-- Like this one a lot. Wonderful meaning, cute nn, very girly
Florencia-- see Carlota
Constanza-- see Carlota
Tatiana-- I like this one a lot
Mia-- it works in both English and Spanish, but it's like calling your daughter "mine"
Renata-- very cute... very popular in Spanish-speaking countries
Victoria-- another winner. Easy in both English and Spanish
Azul-- there was a character on a novela with this name... that's all I can think of.
Fernanda-- see Carlota
Lua-- I don't like this one, sorry.
Lucia (maybe instead of Luisa)
Xochil (ok, this one would create a host of pronunciation problems, but I love it... had to throw it in there)