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    Clara Juliet or Clara Delphine?

    Which combo do you think works better: Clara Juliet or Clara Delphine? Thanks!
    Best regards; Julia

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    I like Clara Juliet better. Pretty & classic.
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    Thank you both!

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    I prefer Clara Juliet. "clear youth" is a pretty meaning.

    Delphine is definitely more unusual. It sounds well with Clara, but unless it has a lot of meaning to you I wouldn't personally use it.
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