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    Antonia or Persephone

    If baby is a girl, we want to use the nn "Annie" and our last name is one syllable and starts with a "P".

    Antonia: love the meaning (priceless) and the fact that it is unusual but classic, but not sure if it is too "Italian" sounding. I love everything Italian, but we aren't Italian and our child will be mixed-race, so this could cause confusion;

    Persephone: has real meaning to me as I've always loved Greek mythology, and amazingly my husband really likes this name, but not sure if it is too pretentious and one possible meaning (bringer of death) is not exactly what I'd want for my beautiful little girl. I know that "Annie" is a bit of a long shot diminuitive, but I think it just about works phonetically.
    Last edited by velvetcrush; June 19th, 2013 at 06:43 AM.

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