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  1. #1

    How to get to nm Zell?

    I recently heard the nm Zell and fell in love with the sound. My maiden name begins with a Z and I have always wanted to incorporate Zs into my future child's name. We never found a girl Z full name that we loved, but I'd be happy with a Z nm. My husband and I like classic, familiar, and simple names (hopefully also Hebrew because we are Jewish)....but maybe there is a way to get to Zell that we are missing??
    The short list
    (my list criteria: classic, simple, elegant, must have family and/or cultural significance)

    Boys list: Simon, Max, Benjamin, Joseph, Jonah*
    Girls list: Jane, Miriam, Ruth, Ann*

  2. #3
    Join Date
    Aug 2013
    There's Zelda.
    ~~Mummy to Isobel Yvonne Feb 2014~~

    Right now, another little girl would be Rosalie Tabitha and a little boy would be Rowan Oliver

    Evelina, Tabitha, Adelaide, Adeline, Clara, Ruby, Neve, Verity, Vivienne, Ada, Violet, Rosalie, Lydia, Esme

    Kieran,Soren, Malachi, Miles, Atticus, Rowan, Josiah, Ezra, Asher, Everett, Jude, Levi

    Esme Beatrix~Ada Violet~Evelina Iris~
    Rowan Josiah~Kieran Ezra~Soren Malachi

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Mar 2012
    First I thought of was Azalea. Not Jewish, but a floral name and that seems popular now. Zell seems like it could be a nn. Also thought of Aliza, or spelled Aleeza, which is Hebrew for joyful. I think you could still use the nn Zell for this as well, even though the L and Z are switched.

    Also, there is Zelia, Hebrew for zealous.
    Last edited by stephykneejo; August 17th, 2013 at 04:04 PM. Reason: Zelia!
    Maeby AlanaSaela Eliza

    Marlow - Romy - Busy - Xanthe - Vaeda
    Crosby - Zefram - Jedi - Gannon - Ledger

  4. #7
    Join Date
    Apr 2010
    I don't see why you can't use names like Hazel, Zelda, Eliza, Raizel, Zelpha/Zilpha/Zilpah or Moselle to get Zell as a nickname. Griselda would be another option but it's not very attractive.
    All the best,

  5. #9
    I've heard Maizel a few times.

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