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  1. #11
    Join Date
    Aug 2010
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    Michigan
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    A few more suggestions
    Palmer - rare but totally familiar, the palm-bearing Christian
    Arielle - "lion of god"
    Clare or Serena - both were saints
    Azaria - "helped by God"
    http://www.onceuponatimebabynames.com/
    http://www.babynames.com/namelist/9772380

    Top 10 Ottilie, Indrina, Faustine, Theria, Scarletta, Ninfa, Stellifera, Solifera, Grisella, Esmerina
    ... Alaric, Macsen, Nicander, Jove, Hawthorn, Archer, Stellan, Rainier, Hemlock, Cillian
    Contemplating Story & Shadow as a set, Melusina, Nimue & Lorelei as a trio

  2. #13
    Join Date
    Jun 2013
    Posts
    270
    Haniah is nice and I really do like Niah! Hopefully he comes around and you get to use it!
    If not my suggestions are:

    Celeste - means heavenly
    Allegra - joyous
    Clementine
    Jessamy
    Nicola
    Sylvia - one of my recent loves
    Evangeline - bearer of good news
    Lucia (loo-sha) - means light
    Kendra
    Abra
    Sylvie | Ronan | Genevieve | August
    [formerly nj003]

  3. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by valentine View Post
    Haniah is nice and I really do like Niah! Hopefully he comes around and you get to use it!
    If not my suggestions are:

    Celeste - means heavenly
    Allegra - joyous
    Clementine
    Jessamy
    Nicola
    Sylvia - one of my recent loves
    Evangeline - bearer of good news
    Lucia (loo-sha) - means light
    Kendra
    Abra

    I actually really liked the name Jessamy when I saw it in our baby name book. I wrote it down and kept it in mind for a possible middle name.

  4. #17
    Join Date
    May 2013
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    Maybe we are working backwards here... do you have a list that he LIKES?

  5. #19
    Join Date
    Oct 2012
    Location
    Nebraska
    Posts
    756
    Haniah is beautiful! At first I thought he was put off because it ended with "h" but then I read that he didn't like it starting with "h". Uhm, what's wrong with H names?? But I really instantly thought that if you liked it so much and his only problem is that it starts with H is drop the H? Aniah? I think that's really neat still, unique, and a spin off of a classic name. Pitch that one to him.
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