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  1. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by namelover77 View Post
    Breaking Amish, right? I also thought it was kinda pretty in a simple way. I don't believe it's biblical.

    I'd put it with a lacier middle.
    Iva Lucienne
    Iva Marguerite
    Iva Penelope
    Iva Gwendolyn
    Iva Juliette
    Iva Marceline

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    Yup, Breaking Amish is where I heard it.
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    Oooh, I like it about ten times more than Ivy : )
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    It sounds related to Ivan, possibly? Which is derived from the same root as John. With such a simple sound I wouldn't be surprised if it existed in multiple languages with multiple etymologies though.

    If it's related to John that puts it on par with Jane, Joan, Siobhan, Juanita, etc. Which I wouldn't call Biblical but I like a number of them and they have Biblical roots.

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    I like Iva, and I noticed it on Breaking Amish too. It seems cool, even if that show is kinda....

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    I heard it on Breaking Amish as well. It caught my attention as another alternative to the super popular Ava and a little less popular Eva. I really like it. I think it would sound good with a variety of names, Iva Blair, Iva Seraphine, Iva Juliet.
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