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  1. #11
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    Aug 2009
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    Please, please, please do not change the spelling of a name, use the traditional spelling, any other approach corrupts the name.

    I think that a name with an L in it like Willow would make a good fit otherwise I think that Laurel would be very sweet and lovely.

    rollo
    Psalm 23

  2. #13
    your 'variations' on spelling may not cause pronunciation problems BUT THEY CAUSE SPELLING PROBLEMS.


    PEOPLE WILL ALWAYS BE SAYING L-U-N-A & A-R-I-A AND YOUR CHILD WILL BE SAYING NO, THERES RANDOM U'S AND Y'S


    please dont do this.

  3. #15
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
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    I read on-line that Louna is the French spelling of Luna. Is it really that bad to spell it differently?
    Laurel is lovely and I'll definitely add this to my list.
    I think Aria is too close to my own name and have heard it being pronounced on tv recently as A-ree-ahh which isn't the way I thought it should sound!
    I'm not really any further forward though even with everyone's suggestions!

  4. #17
    Join Date
    Apr 2011
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    I love Luna. Louna looks like the first syllable could be mispronounced like loud. I wouldn't but I think a lot of people would. Other less common names you might consider for girls:
    Circe
    Olympia
    Alla (too close to your/ Lillia's names?)

    And boys:
    Lucien/ Lucian
    Zelig (random but rare and with an L sound)
    Leo (popular but a great name)
    Mom to 2 girls ♥ Bayard McConnell "Bay" & Marguerite Davis "Maple"

  5. #19
    Join Date
    Jan 2013
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    I have no idea how to pronounce Auria. I would try to put the u sound in there and pronounce it like Autumn.

    I am not the biggest fan of fancy spellings so I am not a fan of your top two.
    I do like Aria and Luna is fine.

    I also like:
    Louisa
    Lyric (goes with the musical theme from Aria)
    Lyra (pronounced quite differently from Lyric and is also musical an old-time instrument)
    Elena
    Malia
    Natalia
    Alicia
    Athena
    Callie
    Celia/Cecilia
    Dahlia
    Delia
    Evelina
    Flora
    Julia
    Lavinia
    Magnolia
    Matilda
    Molly/Polly
    Good Luck!

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