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August 29th, 2013 09:04 PM #1Senior Member
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Girls that are Music to your ear!
We just listed girls you love for their meaning
Now what girls do you love by their sound?
August 29th, 2013 09:42 PM #3
I love anything whimsical and elegant sounding to be honest,
Aviana (still love this)
Saoirse (Sear-sha)“poetry, beauty, romance, love - these are what we stay alive for.”
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August 29th, 2013 09:55 PM #5Senior Member
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August 29th, 2013 10:28 PM #7~ Larissa
Savannah Mayfair ~ Bellamy June
Isla Reverie ~ Holiday Elise ~ Cordelia Maple
Sage Aurora ~ Madeline Story ~ Laszlo Oliver ~ Darwin Blake
Gideon Levi ~ Fisher Gray ~ Jasper Elias
Simon Apollo ~ Orlando Archer
Crushing hard... Saylor Adeline ... Siri Genevieve ... Penrose Elizabeth
August 29th, 2013 10:48 PM #9
Hmm. I love the sound of Aurelia (oh-ray-lee-ah is how I generally say it these days!), Emmeline (em-eh-leen), and Lucia (loo-chee-ah). And of course, my top choice for a girl, Isabelle.
Clara (och, I am obsessed with saying this! Not the American way, though; I much prefer the CLAH-rah pronunciation)
Agnes (the French way; ahn-YESS)
Beatriu (Catalan form of Beatrice, I believe. It's pronounced bee-ah-troo, which I think is so fun!)
Catherine (the French pronunciation, though--kah-TREEN! If you can't tell, I love pronouncing things in French. haha!)
Cosima (I vary between KAH-zih-mah and KOH-zih-mah. I believe koh-SEE-mah is also acceptable, but much more rare)
Eleni (eh-LEN-ee. It's just so spunky and spry!)
Eva (it's just so gorgeous and lush! Eva. EE-vah. EEEEEE-vah. *le sigh*)
Fiora!! Och, I love saying it. fee-ORR-ah. So pretty! Fiorella is so much fun to say, too!)
Hélène (ay-LEN. ay-LEN. ayyyy-LENNNNN. le sigh. )
Josefina (I love the German pronunciation, yo-seh-FEE-nah. I love the j-y thing!)
Julietta (joo-lee-ETT-ah! I don't really like the name; I just like saying it. haha. Same with Violetta! I actually love Violetta, it's just too frilly for me to use. I love the simpler Violet, too.)
Lærke (Lair-kah, I believe. Or more of a softer "E" sound at the end. It's just so much fun to say! It's the Dutch name for "lark", which I find so carefree and fun to say!)
Madelief (mad-eh-LEEF! How cool is this? It means "daisy" in Dutch)
Morgana (I say morg-ANN-ah, but I think morg-AH-nah is probably more correct. Still love to say it, though!)
Serafina (just so light and airy and frilly!)
I didn't know I loved the sound of so many names, haha!
Last edited by ashthedreamer; August 29th, 2013 at 10:53 PM.