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  1. #16
    Join Date
    Aug 2011
    California, USA
    ~ Catholic. College. Communicative Disorders. ~
    (updated 11/3/15)
    Saints, Classics, & Norwegian Boyfriend's Influence
    ~ Alice Georgina ~ Aurora Seraphina ~ Elizabeth "Elska" Cecilia ~ Genevieve Astrid ~ Juliet Sunniva ~

    ~ Caspian Alexander ~ Declan Raphael ~ Ronan Oliver ~ Sebastian Anthony ~

    Musings: ~ Charlotte Francesca ~

    (I'm using the soo-NEE-va pronunciation of Sunniva)

  2. #18
    Nina, Zara, and Naomi come to mind
    Mama to Daphne Lane

    Girls: Celia (Cece), Vivienne (Vivi), Annabel, Adair, Liv, Thea, Sloane, Etta, Gloria
    Boys: Ford, Rafferty, Zane, Boyd, Bry, Harrison, Hayes, Liam, Reid, Samuel, Micah, Theodore, Peter

  3. #20
    Join Date
    May 2013
    Names that I think fit your description:

    Currently searching for that perfect name...

    The Favorites For Now (constantly change):

    Esperance, Dagny, Victoria, Isis, Aurora, Astoria, Calypso, Pearl, Photini, Circe and so forth..

    Zayden, Ambers, Phoenix, Gabriel, Barnabas, Ethan, Roman, Sol, Auden, Oleksander, Jensen, and so forth...

  4. #22
    Join Date
    Jan 2013
    For some reason the name Iseult (also spelled Isolde) jumped out at me as a good fit.

  5. #24
    Emilia is the name I thought of first. Emilia, not Amelia, which is too grounded and practical. When I think of a worldly name, the first thing I think is a name that has been used across the globe and has also existed for seemingly forever. According to, Emilia is Italian, Spanish, Romanian, Finnish, Polish, Swedish, Norwegian, and Danish. Because it is used in so many different cultures, it does not belong to any people and so has a certain freedom in this fact alone. It is also Roman and therefore truly ancient. It has existed almost sense the beginning of civilization, a fact which seems to lend it a great degree of wisdom and strength.

    But Emilia is not too attached to history. The name is so beautiful that it can continue to fit a girl of any time period. The sound of the name alone makes it whimsical and free.

    Other names, including the ones that you and others suggested are also quite worldly, but in my opinion, Emilia is one of the most universal names out there.

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