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Thread: Ari Marie/Ari-Marie/AriMarie?
September 6th, 2013 02:07 PM #1Member
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So just thinking about names I came up with this one, I really like it as Ari-Marie (as a middle) and I sorta like it as AriMarie (as a middle) but Ari Marie (as a first and middle) just seems to short.
So questions! :P
1.) Ari Marie, Ari-Marie or AriMarie?
2.) General thoughts? Cute? Weird?
3.) Combos please?
September 6th, 2013 02:10 PM #3Senior Member
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September 7th, 2013 07:55 PM #9
I agree that Ari and Marie could be really, really matchy. Why not something like Ariana Marie, Arianne Marie, Aurelia Marie/Aurelie Marie, Aurora Marie, etc.? And you could still use Ari as a nn? Even Ari-Marie, if you wanted. Even saying arry-mah-ree, or AIR-ee muh-REE, I think they sound really, really close.Lise
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