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  1. #11
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  2. #13
    Thanks everyone!

    So far I really like Daphne, Nola and Fianna.

    And how do you think Fianna should be pronounced? I don't like the authentic Irish pronunciation given by Nameberry, but do you know if that's only for the political party? Hmm...

    I also like, but can't use:
    Lydia
    Naomi
    Elowen
    Freda
    Rhiannon
    Gabriella/Gabrielle

    Thank you so much for your help! Can't wait to share these new names with my husband

  3. #15
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    Aug 2012
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    Amelia and:
    Simone
    Naomi
    Phoebe
    Phoenix(nicky for nn)
    Leona(lee-oh-nah)
    Rhiannon
    Faith(middle?)
    Finley
    Florence(wren, lori nn)

  4. #17
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    Aug 2013
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    Shiona (Gaelic, pronounced shee-ona)
    Felicity
    Siobhan
    Chenoa (native American, I've forgotten which language, but it means "dove")

  5. #19
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    Aug 2013
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    Quote Originally Posted by millies_mom View Post
    Yet another name we like, but unfortunately can't use, is Fiona. Can you suggest names that have a similar sound or feel? Big sister is Amelia.

    Other names we're considering at the moment are:
    Alexandra nn Sasha
    Myriam or Miriam

    And I love Bianca, but my husband is not a fan...

    Thanks!
    There is Siona, I Siyona, which is sanskrit and very easy to pronounce. Then there is also Sonia.

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