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Thread: Italian Girls
August 17th, 2013 01:05 AM #6
I used all Italian/Latin names for my daughters for my grandfather's full blooded Italian heritage, since I gave my firstborn son an Irish name after my grandmother's heritage. Ava, Mia, Gemma. I still love Roma, but I've been really in love with Stella lately. Bella is another favorite...Bella Francesca would be quite gorgeous.Blessed to be a mother of 5.
My dashing fellows: Aidan Mackenzie (12 yrs) and Remy Forrester (resting in heaven)
My dahling daughters: Ava Dulcea (5 yrs), Mia Isobel (2yrs) and Gemma Hermione (just joining us!).
August 17th, 2013 01:43 AM #8
August 17th, 2013 01:52 AM #10Senior Member
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Anna-Rosa...it was the name of an extremely minor Italian character in one episode of Little House on the Prairie. I adore it. It sounds goofy with my very English last name, so I would love to see someone else use it. I also saw you mention Mattea once, and I have to say, I had never heard that name before but it stuck with me because it is so particularly beautiful. Is it pronounced ma-TAY-uh? That one gets my vote!
August 17th, 2013 02:40 AM #12
Thanks, Alzora! Yeah, Mattea has been on my list before. I came across that name when reading a newspaper article about Andrew Demetriou, head of the Australian Football League, and his beautifully named children: Alexandra, Francesca, Mattea and Sacha (boy). I wish I knew their middle names, too, but don't know how to find them out!TTC #1
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August 17th, 2013 03:24 AM #14Senior Member
Amedeo - Enjolras - Dimitri - Victor - Leo - Nikolai - Mischa - Liam - Benedict - Milo - Frederick - Isaac - FitzwilliamRosaline - Mirabelle - Artemis - Piper - Coralie - Ophelia - Elisabeth - Titania - Elowen - Stella - Andromeda - Thalia - Astrid
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