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  1. #6
    Leonora was my first thought. Or a variant like Lenore or Leona. I'll keep thinking though.

  2. #8
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    Wow, challenging!

    Winifred/Winnie is one I thought of

    Despite his fondness for simple straightforward cute nicknames, you both seem to have a taste for romantic, unusual names.

    A few other ideas:

    Octavia/Tavi (ok, I guess that's a T)
    Raffaela or Raphaela/Rafi (too boyish?)
    Antonia
    Signy
    Natalia/Natty or Tali (another T)
    Adelia/Addie or Delia
    Mercedes/Mercy
    Pam Satran
    Nameberry

  3. #10
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    I still like Ivy for you. Maybe Ivana/Ivanna ? Maybe Signe to replace Dagny? Willow is my favorite from your list, and I don't think anyone will reference the movie Willow. It's an older movie.

    Arielle
    Amara
    Natalia -- as opposed to Natalie
    Cleo/Clio
    Jasmine
    Callista
    Briony
    Silvie/Silvia
    Lyra
    Cecily
    Leonie -- or Leona with Leonie as a nickname
    Thea
    Claudia
    Bianca
    Luna
    Fiana -- resuggesting this one, fee-ah-na
    Adele
    Juno
    Junia
    Vera
    Iris
    Mila
    Phoebe
    Phaedra
    Celia
    Zoe
    Violette/Violetta -- saying it vee-oh-let(a) -- does this fix the problem with Viola?
    Delfia -- I redo this one because Delphine is also a saint. Does that help?
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  4. #12
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    You're getting some great suggestions here. I second Signy, but as I suggested it in the previous round, I'm guessing it's not your cup of tea.

    Ludivine is pretty cute, and it's beautiful as well. Too French?

    These are Scandinavian names:
    Borgny
    Dagmar
    Frøydis
    Hilma
    Hulda
    Iselinn
    Jesenia
    Livny
    Lussie
    Malene
    Ronja
    Sigrid
    Sigrun
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  5. #14
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    Edited for privacy.
    Last edited by saracita00; January 16th, 2014 at 04:17 PM.

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