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July 7th, 2013 06:14 PM #1
Which middle name for Sansa?
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July 7th, 2013 06:26 PM #3
What a beautiful name!
Sansa Adelaide T.
Sansa Apolline T.
Sansa Clémence T.
Sansa Clementine T.
Sansa Eve T.
Sansa Margo T.
Sansa Maude T.
Sansa Miriam T.
My favourites in order would have to be:
1) Sansa Miriam
2) Sansa Clémence
3) Sansa Margo
4) Sansa Eve
5) Sansa Maude
Apolline would be higher up, but I think the last 'a' of Sansa runs into the first 'a' of Apolline, and I like Clementine and Adelaide very much, but they just don't feel right to me here. Good luck!Dougal Fitzwilliam Matthias † Skandar Christian Raphael † Richard Corentin Magnus
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July 7th, 2013 06:43 PM #7
July 7th, 2013 06:47 PM #9Senior Member
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I love Sansa Delphine! Sansa Noelle is lovely as well. The -elle and -ine (pronounced -EEN) names seems to go nicely with Sansa. I think -ette names would work too, and would go nicely with a "t" last name.
I also like (asterisks mark my favorites):
I'd be wary of using over-complex and unfamiliar names (Meliboea, Fiammetta, etc.) at risk of your daughter sounding too much like a character. I think longer, smoother names work well the name you've chosen. I'd try for French names especially. I think names that end in -a are okay, and if that's what you'd like go for names that end in an -enna sound like Gwenna, Adrienna and Serenna. Good luck!