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July 22nd, 2013 12:09 PM #56
I really, really like Rowena June Arianrhod and Rosamund Eve Arianrhod. I'm leaning toward Rosamund because Ulysses, Bishop, Winifred, and Rosamund as siblings is simply magical. The Winifred/Rowena thing is sticking out to me too. While I like Arianrhod as a first name in theory, it just feels far too unusual next to Ulysses, Bishop, and Winifred.Emily, 18, Southeastern US.
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July 22nd, 2013 01:02 PM #58Senior Member
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Rowena June Arianrhod - I was loving this until pp mentioned Winifred and Rowena could both be Winnies and now I can't un-see it. Does Winifred have a nn? Since you'd be calling Rowena, Roo, I don't think it matters. Plus the -enna pronunciation (which is beautiful) reduces the Winnie-ness. I still think this is a beautiful and meaningful combo.
Rowena June Ariadne - not as into Ariadne
Rowena June Arianne - seems a little softer but is lovely
Rosamund Eve Arianrhod - lovely, lovely. Can definitely still do Roo. I would choose this if Rowena seems too close to Winifred.
Gwendolen Aria June - Gwendolen seems too similar to Winifred to me.
Arianrhod Rosalia June (possible nn Ari?) - do not care for Arianrhod as a first name
Ruxandra Arianrhod June - not for me
Arianrhod Rowena June - not for me
July 22nd, 2013 02:15 PM #60Senior Member
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