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  1. #21
    I love the combo Vivienne and Felicity.

    I think Vivienne and Zara look and sound just a little mismatched, mainly due to the length of the names..
    Vivian and Zara is an improvement and much more workable. I love the middle names of Winter and Gray.

  2. #23
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    I love it, but if your still apprehensive about it, here are some more names:
    Zetta
    Zelie
    Zola
    Eulalie (I think this would be great with Vivienne)
    Esme
    Renee
    Damian Ignatius-Jude Christian-Raphael Benedict-Charles Dominic

    Fleur Madeleine-Vivien Louisiana-Genevieve Azélie

    Reine-Isabeau-Nouvel-Johanna-William-Boden-Rafe-Philip-Julien

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    Quote Originally Posted by linguaphile View Post
    So, what about Zara Winter and Vivian Gray?
    While I still like Vivienne Gray and Phillipa Zara...
    Vivian Gray and Zara Winter are gorgeous together.
    (I assume Gray is a family name. Otherwise I'd consider spelling it Grey - I just like Vivian Grey or Vivienne Gray best. Got to balance out those a's. - Note: this is coming from someone with 5 a's in my name and it always felt oddly too dominant to me.)
    Endora - Lorelei - Merida - Penrose - Viola - Zenobia
    Dexter - Emmett - Hendrik - Leonidas - Oberon - Victor
    Newlywed!!! (Not TTC yet.)

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    I agree with pp's re Vivienne length and frilliness next to the succinct Zara. I think something like Zoelle (which may or may not be a real name) would go better. Even though it's also two syllables, the length and the feminine ending make it match better. I also agree that Phillipa and Felicity would go beautifully with Vivienne, or else the simplified spelling of Vivian/Vivien would solve the problem with Zara.

    Love the names though! Personally I do not associate Zara with Zahara/brangelina. I think of it as Sara with a Z, whereas Zahara I associate with the Sahara.

  5. #29
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    Quote Originally Posted by lexiem View Post
    While I still like Vivienne Gray and Phillipa Zara...
    Vivian Gray and Zara Winter are gorgeous together.
    (I assume Gray is a family name. Otherwise I'd consider spelling it Grey - I just like Vivian Grey or Vivienne Gray best. Got to balance out those a's. - Note: this is coming from someone with 5 a's in my name and it always felt oddly too dominant to me.)
    Yep, Gray is a family name.

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