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  1. #46
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    Shameless bump for any other ideas! Here's the master list so far for names that could be used with Fia as the nickname. I'd like to use Fia, but I can't get hubby on board because he thinks it's too much a nickname.


    Adelphia
    Dafina
    Daphine
    Delfia
    Delphia
    Delphina
    Fairuza
    Felicity
    Fiala
    Falicia
    Fiammetta
    Fianna
    Fidelity
    Fidelma (fee-delma)
    Fineena - means beautiful child!
    Finnea (maybe it's like Linnea?)
    Fio
    Fiona
    Fionn
    Fionnuala
    Fionola
    Fiora
    Fioralba
    Fiore
    Fiorella
    Fiorenza
    Gelifia
    Iphidia
    Josephine
    Ophelia
    Pacifica
    Phiala
    Phillipa
    Philomena
    Philomynia
    Phiomeana
    Phoebe
    Phoenix
    Rufina
    Serafina
    Seraphina
    Seraphine
    Siofra
    Soficita
    Sophia
    Sophronia
    Stephanie
    Teofila
    Xilophia
    Zilphia

  2. #48
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    I haven't looked through the whole thread, so sorry if these have been suggested already:

    You've said you don't care for Sophia, but what about Zofia? Or--more of a stretch, but cool, I think--Zephyrine?

    Also, Persephone?

    Of those listed, my favorites are Fiona, Felicity, Delphina, Seraphine, Phoebe, and Ophelia (and, as mom to a Sophia nn Phia, Sophia, but it sounds as though it's not for you).

    Good luck!

  3. #50
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    I like Josephine the most.

  4. #52
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    Quote Originally Posted by saracita00 View Post
    Don't freak: Ragnar Ethan; which we're pronouncing something resembling the first name here: http://www.forvo.com/word/ragnar_%C3%B6stberg/ We'll probably use Ron prn with a breathy sort of ah sound, "Rahn" for a nn.

    I also like Roderick nn Rook, so far haven't gotten hubby on board.
    Wow, what's the history behind Ragnar? I saw it and I was like "What?!" But then, I should have known. I've seen much more out-there names tossed about on your threads. I quite love the idea of Roderick nn Rook, too. That's really cool.
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  5. #54
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    Fiona or Serafina. I know someone with a Serafina that they call Fina, but I think Fia would work just as well!

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