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  1. #56
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    Yeah new list !!

    My favorites :

    Artemis
    Belphoebe : such a stunning name !! I love it next to Cornelia .
    Cressida
    Electra : althought i prefer Elektra
    Leocadia
    Olympia
    Ottoline
    Ceridwen
    Athena

    Gwyneira vs Gwenore vs Gwenonwy : I prefer Gwyneira out of the three . It has such a cute nn . Gwenore my second favorite & Gwenonwy my last . I find it easily misspelled .
    Leto : Just Love it !! Althought i prefer it as a middle .
    Roxana : cute but not my favorite . I hate the nn Roxy also .
    Hatshepsut : Can you tell me the pr . ? I find it very interesting . I like the nn Hattie and i love Hattie & Nelly . I just dont know if Hatshepsut goes with Cornelia .
    I'am eternally, devastatingly romantic, and I thought people would see it because 'romantic' doesnt mean 'sugary.'
    Its dark and tormented - the furor of passion, the despair of an idealism that you can't attain.

    Sèraphine Wildrose 'Sookie', Psyche Isadora, Wolf Hecate, Lilith Anastasia, Quentin Eva, Nocturne Ophelia, Persephone Lenore 'Poe', Rosa Nightingale & Lucien Hermes, Viktor Konstantin, Dante Wolfgang, Dorian Charles, Orpheus Alaric, Amadeus Inigo, Prometheus Vlad, Edgar Raphael.

  2. #58
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    @bellerose: I am happy with new list too! I haven't decided on Electra's spelling yet, Elektra is the Greek one and Elettra - Italian. All so pretty! I see the Gwenonwy issue but she has a ton of stinkin cute nicknames: Gwen and Nonnie and Winnie and Wy! Hatshepsut is pronounced just like it looks, "hat-shep-soot"(http://forvo.com/word/hatshepsut/). The Egyptian quenn's name. Hattie is my dreamy one but I guess Hatshepsut is just sooo far from Cornelia in style.

  3. #60
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    *Of course I meant queen not qeuenn!

  4. #62
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    Hatshepsut is over the top when Cornelia is offbeat but familiar. Honestly, I don't think they go very well.
    I like Gwyneira, Belphoebe and Leto though.
    Olympia/College student/Books, arts, glasses and coffee

    Frances Birdie Jane & Oscar Ignatius CosmoEmmeline Twila Alice & Nathaniel Roscoe Wilde
    Esme Helena Mazarine & Axel Isidore SageTabitha Elowen Constance & Grover Elijah St John

    Sylvie Bluebell Dashiell Roman Georgia Polly Jarvis Raphael Sybilla Florence James Peregrine Isolde Beatrix Adler Jack

  5. #64
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    Olympia: thanks! And you don't love Constance, eh? She is in your siggy!

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