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    Azalea nn Aza, Zalie

    Isadora nn Isa

    Katarina, Caterina nn Katia or Rina

    (realy want to suggest Elisabetta nn Elisa, Betta, Lisabet)

    Lizabetta, nn Liza or Betta

    Isannah nn Anah

    (really want to suggest Zofia nn Zoe)

    Arianna nn Aria(Aria means song)

    Juliana/Juliet

    Really loved the suggestion of Dahlia

    Eirlys (begins with E but is said as a long I sound) (Welsh, means snowdrop)

    Jacinda/Jacinta

    Mirabel/Mirabella nn Mira, Bella (means beautiful)

    Miriam

    Naomi means pleasant

    Audra/Audriana means noble strength

    Vivian/Viviana means lively

    Linnea (flower name)
    Last edited by ekaterinas_mom; August 6th, 2013 at 10:18 PM.
    Carmen, Mommy to:

    Ekaterina Joy
    Octavian James Abel
    Zachariah Thomas Solomon
    Isadora Lilia Monet

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    Thea
    Theodora (nn Teddy maybe)
    Isla
    I'm Sierra.
    I write poetry.
    I have no life--just my imagination.

    Winifred, Faye, Adelheid, Agnes, Anne, Eleanor, Hollis, Arthur, Benedict, Finn

  3. #35
    Lauren, Lorna, Josephine nn posy/jo/Josie , jessamine, brenna, Serena, moriah, Miriam nn Miri/Mira, Beatrice, Halle, Matilda nn Tilley/tilde/Tilda/Matty, Johanna, Melanie, Melinda, Reina, Mischa, Vivienne, Rebecca, Whitney, Alison, Jency, Bonnie, heather, Noelle, Mae

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    OKAY! I've been watching these threads all day long at work and now I finally have a chance to comment! Mwahahahaha...ahem.

    My suggestions are literally all over the map. I have obscure Biblical, ultra-feminine, short and spunky, nature-inspired, clunky steampunk, Fia ideas, and names I've chosen solely for their unusual nicknames. Hopefully you find something you like, and if not, it was still fun compiling!

    First, the Fia's:
    Philomena/Filomena
    Sapphira/Safira
    Sephora variant of Tzipporah, wife of Moses, meaning bird
    Fiachra Celtic meaning raven...I think it's used as a boys' name, but Fia is obviously built in!
    Fainne Gaelic, prn Fawnya
    Fiore/Fiora alternative to Fiona, means flower
    Fidelis/Fidelia Latin for faithful. You could always try Faith, but it seems rather tame
    Philippa/Phillipa - I actually really love this idea! I know you say no P's but I figure Ph combos are exempt
    Frieda/Freda/Freida/Frida - German meaning peaceful ruler
    Frederica - also boasts the nickname Fritzi! How cute is that?
    Firenze - Italian version of Florence, also a centaur in HP
    Fortuna/Fortunata
    Florea - made of flowers
    Faline/Felina - Bambi's girl, means catlike
    Fantasia
    Fabiola - not keen on the "bean-grower" meaning unless it's in a "Jack and the--" sort of way, but she was also a saint associated with hospice care
    Feodora - Slavic alternative to Theodora
    Florentina/Fiorentina
    Fabrizia - super spunky! means "works with the hands" which I dig
    Fatima - one of the meanings is "captivating"
    Farasha - Arabic for "butterfly"
    Iphigenia - "of royal birth"...the myth is really sad though
    Nephele - cloud nymph
    Ophira - since you both love Ophelia! Feminine version of Ophir, meaning "gold", an opulent city visited by Solomon
    Freesia - spunky floral name!

    Others:
    Aisling - "dream/vision" - one my favorite meanings!
    Francesca - so many funky nicknames! Fancy, Chess, Frankie...or even Fia?
    Acacia
    Moriah - Biblical place name
    Agatha - Christie, as well as the protagonist in Girl Genius
    Isadora
    Lavender
    Rowena - nn Wren?
    Moira
    Avalon or Avonlea - beautiful magical place names
    Celeste
    Wisteria - I know this is previously mentioned, but I had to add my favorite nickname: Wish! It also makes a great alternative to Astoria
    Jerusha
    Atalanta
    Thisbe - Cute AND clunky
    Lavinia
    Ariel - "lion of God", Shakespearean sprite, and of course the mermaid
    Thalassa - "of the sea"
    Letitia/Leticia - nn Lacey!
    Cherith
    Arwen - this one is actually not just an invention for LOTR (in which it means "noble maiden")...it's also a phonetic spelling of Awen which means "muse" or "poetic inspiration"
    Forte
    Eulalia - I figure this doesn't actually break the E rule because of the pronunciation
    Minerva - nn Minnie! Gives hubs his cute nn and you a first name with substance
    Tiamat
    Senara - A Cornish saint whose legend says that she was a mermaid who became human. You might also like her variant, Azenor.
    Theodosia
    Corisande - a rule-breaker, but love the meaning! "healing heart"
    Parthenia - another rule-breaker
    Circe - soft C
    Soraya - Persian name for the Pleiades. one of my favorites! Also supposedly means "princess."
    Orinthia - "to excite, to stir the mind"
    Belphoebe - as an alternative to Phoebe, also another Fia candidate

    Okay okay, I'm stopping now >_>
    Zion Nathaniel ~ Solomon Fable ~ Balthazar Wolf ~ Malachi Sparrow nn Kai ~ Tobias Rowan ~ Caspian _____
    Alice Willow ~ Ophelia Wren ~ Juliet Snow ~ Lucia Pearl ~ Eve Wisteria nn Evie ~ Cosima Rose ~ River Seraphine ~ Elowen Briar

    GPs
    Narnia Rose, Astoria nn Story, Illyria, Serafina, Soraya, Faerydae
    Orion Melchior North, Tobias Loki, Edmund, Frost, Oberon, Kenshin, Remiel, Atreyu

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