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August 21st, 2013 11:52 PM #16
Amelia nn milly, or mia
Amaria (uh-mar-ee-uh) nn mia or mari
Amalia nn mali or mia
Arcadia nn cadi or ari
Ariella nn ella or ari
Ariana nn ari
Aviana mm avi or ava
Abigail nn abby
Adelaide nn addy or adele
Adalia nn ada
Addison nn addy
Adeline nn addy
Alyson nn aly or alys
Alessandra nn ales (alice)
Alexandra nn alex or ally or lexie or andi
Andrea nn andi
Annika nn anna or annie
Arabella nn bella
Audriana nn audi
Azaria nn zara
Alayna nn laney
Avery nn ava
Aurora nn rory
Astoria nn story
I love Alice. Alivia is ok but does look like Olivia misspelled. Maren is a very cute mn. Some other options are:
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August 22nd, 2013 02:19 AM #18
As someone who wanted to change her name from Olivia to Alivia long ago, I'm really glad I stuck with Olivia. In my opinion, its much more beautiful, both in sound and in spelling. Having an O as the first letter of my name is something I'm proud of now, as its unique and different. O's are beautiful.
Alivia is very trendy and I'm glad I can be called Olive instead of Allie. Liv and Livi are also nicknames that I've used all my life, and they fit me to a tee. Its energetic and full of life, sunshiney and always smiling. I'm glad my mom chose this name for me, as it suits me very well. It has its Shakespearean roots connected to the olive branch, which is a symbol of peace. My career path is Journalism with a background of Humanities, and I'm making my way to become a human right's activist; I want to bring peace to peoples' lives. Its funny how things like that work out. I am my name.
I'm grateful to be an Olivia.aurora- autumn- ashwyn- bambi- bernadette- calliope- emmalou- henriette- indigo- ione- january- lark- leela- llewellyn- lydia- marnie- molly- narnia- noelle- oralee- penelope- philomena- rain- raven- roxy- ruby- snow- tessa- thora- waverly- willow- winter- wren- zoe | abel- aesop- angus- banjo- bartholomew- bear- bruce- burkley- darwin- elliot- finn- flynn- foster- henry- indigo - knox - laszlo - lyle - navy - nemo - noah - otis - oakley - rainn - thatcher - thomas - thompson - titus - zen
August 22nd, 2013 02:40 AM #20
Alivia is a misspelled Olivia - dont make your child go through life correcting people and hearing 'did you say Olivia' - i have a correctly spelled name but its a name that rhymes and sounds like lots of other names so trust me ITS NOT FUN, IT NEVER GETS LESS BOTHERSOME.
for Maren try variations like Marian, small changes can transform a name but keep the same feel
if the grandmother hated being named Alice, dont use it. try variations & similar sounds like Allison or Elsiei do not ignore the Rich Text toolbar provided me. i bold, italicize, enlarge, underline and CAPITALIZE for emphasis, individuality, and to capture attention among the endless Arial Standard Size Font that everyone else uses.
i am not screaming nor will i cosset you. i do this to highlight the most important aspect of my thoughts so they are not lost again in the never ending sea of tiny, black, tempered letters that make up forums everywhere.
~*~ i encourage you to do the same ~*~
August 22nd, 2013 02:50 AM #22
I'm just going to suggest Aliya.
that way you keep the 'Al' and have a 'y'... it is the less popular and more refined spelling of 'Aaliyah'
or even Alicia (al-ee-see-ah or ah-lee-sha).
Which is a good compromise between Alivia and Alice.
August 22nd, 2013 06:20 AM #24Senior Member
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