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    Quote Originally Posted by mclevine View Post
    Thank you, Ottilie, I love you.
    Wohoo, love you too .

    Some more, because I can't help myself. not that you need anymore.

    Aethelwyne - probably better as a middle. It means friend of the elves, which is quite wonderful.
    Albinia - this used to be on your list, where did it go? It's gorgeous! The Goddess faery of the dawn.
    Aliénore - I met one yesterday and it made my heart jump and I thought of you.
    Asteria - maybe easier to get your beau on board with this one (compared to Astoria, which I know you love)?
    Azenor - medieval gorgeousness. She was a princess accused of adultery. She was trapped in a box, thrown into the ocean where she gave birth to a son.
    Calypso - I just like this for you. Cornelia and Calypso is unexpected, but beautiful.
    Clarissant - daughter of Morgause and Lot.
    Cydonia - epithet of Aphrodite.
    Eirawen - snow white!
    Erianthe - "sweet as many flower". Probably best as a middle, I just wanted to throw it out there.
    Fosette - means dimple! Probably best as a middle... but so cute.
    Glitonea - one of Morgana's sisters.
    Griselda - a name used by Boccaccio in Decameron. It's a horrid tale really, her husband tests her obedience in some terrible ways, but the name is rather nice.
    Heliabel - other name for Dindrane.
    Hortensia/Ortensia - I think you could pull this off.
    Juventas - I love this name, Roman Goddess of youth.
    Lanuvina - Instead of Lavinia, obviously. An epithet of Juno, quite warrior like. Lavinia derives from Lavinium.
    Laomedia - a nereid! Like the christall sheen...
    Lyonesse - you like lions.
    Lysianassa - a neried.
    Lysistrata - awesome Greek chick, the play is fantastic.
    Nerissa - The Merchant of Venice.
    Orseis - a nymph.
    Ortygia - epithet of Artemis.
    Quenilda/Quenilla - old medieval name; "battle" + "queen".
    Rixende - I read this in Kate Mosse's Labyrinth, I think it's beautiful.
    Rosenwyn - "fair rose"
    Zinevra - another woman in Boccaccio's Decameron.
    Zosteria - epithet of Athene.
    [FONT=Palatino Linotype][CENTER]My darling Marian Illyria Aphrodite, March 2013 & Little Bunny (a girl!) due 9th of February 2014[/CENTER][/FONT]

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