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  1. #21
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    No. I can't imagine a fifty year old named Adora, or a teen named Adora. I prefer Adara.
    ~Mehri

  2. #23
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    Really?

    I can see Grandma Adora easily. Oh and Isabella's mn is Jeanene.

  3. #25
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    I think Adora is beautiful! A child with the nn Dora or Dorie would be the cutest!
    ~Jackie Jordan~ a.k.a. ~ J.J.~

  4. #27
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    Adora is beautiful. If you ask me, Adora has more substance and has a stronger sound than Isabella. I can easily see it on a woman of any age. Adora Lillian is lovely. If the similarity to "adorable" is still a concern, consider Adara instead.
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  5. #29
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    I find it too cutesy, especially with Isabella - Bella being the Italian for 'beautiful', and Adora being close to 'adore'.

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