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  1. #1
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    Long form of Nola?

    I love the name Nola but I'm more of a fan of long names with short cute nicknames.
    Whilst Nola can stand on its own, I'm just exploring my options.
    I'm not a fan of
    Finola
    Noella
    Magnolia

    However I do like Noelani... I looks distinct, I like the meaning and it is exotic.

    Can you think of any other names Nola may be short for? Doesn't necessarily have to fit any criteria, I am just looking for suggestions...
    Thank You

  2. #3
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    Noleena
    Nolita
    Nolani

  3. #5
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    My favorite is Nolwenn, which is gorgeous.
    Winola, Eleanor/Elinor (bit of a stretch), Norell (legitimate Scandinavian name), Nolana, Nolena (both Celtic)
    Amedeo Ariel Dmitri Enjolras
    Artemis Cicely Elisabeth Evangeline Mirabelle Ophelia Rosalie Titania

  4. #7
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    The only others I can possibly think of are Winola & Conelley (which is a stretch). I rather like Magnolia, personally.

  5. #9
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    Smile

    This may be the LAST thing someone might want to hear, but being from New Orleans, Nola is the MOST POPULAR (and generic) dog name in the city--- short version of New Orleans, Louisiana. If you live here...you'd NEVER live it down...anywhere else in the U.S.---go for it!!!

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