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    Gianella

    I recently came across the name Cézanne here on Nameberry and I love it!! I could actually see myself using this. I also have been in love with the name Gianella or either Giannella (jah-NELL-ah) and was wondering what others thought of the combination Giannella Cézanne or Gianella Cézanne.

    Is there any other names that go good with either spelling of the above name?

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    I rather like this name. There's a reality star who has this as her birth name, but she goes by Gigi. It's also a lovely way to get Gia / Nell / Nellie / Nella.

    I have a very dear friend named Janelle, so I have nothing but positive associations. It is very ITALIAN, but I think it is accessible through the nicknames.

    Stylistically, I prefer the look of Gianella Cézanne. This is only because I don't like how -ann- is in both name in the other combo. Very lovely either way.
    "Don't try to be modern, it's the most old-fashioned thing there is," - Attilio, The Tiger and the Snow

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    Quote Originally Posted by teacherma View Post
    Stylistically, I prefer the look of Gianella Cézanne. This is only because I don't like how -ann- is in both name in the other combo. Very lovely either way.
    I agree with this
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    Thank you for your input. I don't think I thought about it that way (referring to the two names having -ann in it if I used Giannella Cézanne.)

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