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  1. #6
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  2. #8
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    Some classic names that are long, relatively uncommon, and have pretty nns:

    Anastasia (Annie)
    Annaliese (Annie)
    Beatrice (Bea)
    Carabelle (Cara or Carrie)
    Emmaline (Emmie)
    Dorothea (Dottie)
    Guinevere (Genna or Vera)
    Isadora (Izzie)
    Magdalena (Maddie or Maggie)
    Marcella (Marcie)
    Marguerite (Maisie or Daisy)
    Matilda (Tillie)
    Mirielle (Miri)
    Mirabelle (Mira)
    Rosalina (Rosie)
    Rosalind (Rosie)


    And some others that shorter, more common, or similar to more common forms, but are also beautiful:

    Adriana (Addie)
    Adrienne (Addie)
    Angelica (Angie or Annie)
    Angelina (Angie or Annie)
    Camille
    Carolina (Carrie)
    Cassandra (Cassie)
    Cecelia (Cece)
    Cosette
    Eleanora (Ellie or Nora)
    Evangelina (Evie)
    Evelina (Evie)
    Genevieve (Evie)
    Lilianna (Lily)
    Noelle
    Phoebe
    Rosalie
    Viviana (Vivi)


    Good luck - Hopefully one of these may be inspiring!

  3. #10
    Primrose - trendy and very 'now', everyone will think/know you found this name due to its revival from the Hunger Games books/movies. try Rosemarie or Rosavine - just small additions really freshens up the old Rosemary
    Lucinda - okay, i love Lucy by itself better

    Alexandra - try an uncommon variation, Alexia, Sondra, Lissandrine, Alessa
    Georgina - try Georgianna or Georganna for a more elegant olden vibe
    Annabelle - not bad for a -bell name, not overused at all, a possibility
    Isabella - much to common, as is everyones attempts at 'updating it' by adding -bella and -ella to everything, skip all of these
    Elizabeth - classic, but common, try a variation like Elizabetta, Ellspet, Lilabet, Lyzette
    Charlotte - very popular, not as classic as Elizabeth, skip it


    my olden favorties:

    Jessamine
    Maudlin
    Nicolette
    Lavinia
    Susanna


    and just to give it some air time lol:
    for some reason when i try to 'updated and refresh' Clementine i think of Persimmon
    think someone should be bold enough to use it, plenty of other fruit names out there
    plus it sounds like a lovely mix of Persephone and Simone.
    Last edited by orphanedhanyou; July 30th, 2013 at 04:04 AM.

  4. #12
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  5. #14
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    I like Delphine, which can be shortened to Delphi.

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