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August 25th, 2013 10:52 PM #6Junior Member
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August 25th, 2013 10:58 PM #10
Same pronunciations as Dantea.
I prefer Adriana, too. I like the clean and elegant appearance when written or typed. Less fussy, even though the other one has only one extra letter.
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August 26th, 2013 12:16 AM #12Senior Member
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August 26th, 2013 12:59 AM #14
I asked as I always liked it with the double 'n's ie Adrianna.
I just got so accustomed to seeing it with the 1 'n' from Adriana Lima (I order online from VS alot) that I'm not sure which one I like anymore.
At first I liked double 'n' spellings like Brianna, however lots of kids in my hometown (I'm guessing one parent had the name then the others stole the spelling) used the name Arrianne (yes double 'r' and 'n') so I find this double letter thing to be sort of confusing.
Thanks for clearing it up and though I do prefer it with the 2 'n's, I think I'm getting accustomed to seeing it with the 1 'n'.
I just wonder why Ariella or any -ella name gets the 2 'l's and the Ariana gets 1 'n'.
It is the same Ari with the suffix