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  1. #6
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    I think its intriguing. It has a lovely sound, but a heavy meaning. I would only use it if you are very religious, or as a middle name.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cristinamariane View Post
    I think its intriguing. It has a lovely sound, but a heavy meaning. .
    I agree with the above. I get more of a religious feel than vintage. It would be good name to use if you are a particularly religious person, otherwise it would be strange.
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    It's pretty, but I find it severely religious. I reminds me of a name a nun might take. Sister Nazarene.

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    I pass a Church of the Nazarene every day on my way to work and was thinking about how lovely it would be as a given name. I like how it is historically rooted yet still sounds very modern. Sort of like Biblical update to Irene with a dash of Zara and Natalie, I guess. It is strange for me because I don't care for other similar Bible word names, like Genesis or Trinity. I picture a pretty little girl with dark curls. Overall, I think it would be an interesting choice in either spot, but would probably work best in the middle spot, if you don't consider yourself particularly religious.
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  5. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigsweater View Post
    It's pretty, but I find it severely religious. I reminds me of a name a nun might take. Sister Nazarene.
    Pretty much this. Way too much bible for me.
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