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  1. #6
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    Jul 2013
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    My sister in law is a Kateri- very unique and still easy to say and spell. Her mom calls her Katie....

  2. #8
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    Oct 2013
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    Abigail- I like this name nn I see is Abbey
    Alena- sounds like athena
    Anastasia- Anna?
    Anne Catherine- Catherine Ann maybe?
    Ava- I LOVE this. But I seem to like longer names...
    Bridget / Brigid: I love Bridget but Brigid seems like bridge
    Cecilia: Seems oldish
    Christina: Chrissy?
    Clare- Middle name
    Colette- ADORE
    Elizabeth- Middle name for me
    Faith- same as above
    Felicity- reminds me of Felix
    Frances- middle name for me
    Gemma is cute
    Helen outdated
    Hermione Granger?
    Ida is cute
    Imma -I am a?
    Ingrid- Its a bit too old for me
    Isabel LOVE
    Isidora LOVE
    Joan:alright
    Joanna: Jo or Anna
    Josephine: Jose
    Juliana: Julie
    Katharine: I like this name but it seems 90's to me
    Lea: I prefer Leah
    Lucy: So cute even though it's old fashioned its timeless in my opinion
    Lydia: I love this name too!
    Madeline: I adore this name!
    Mary: I see this as a middle. But my Gmaws name was Mary Carolyn
    Oliva: I love this
    Rosalia / Rosalie / Rose: I like rose as a middle. Rosalie is cute but maybe outdated
    Susanna: Sue or Susie It's cute thoug
    Valentina: too Valentine
    Veronica: Ronnie?
    Victoria: Tori


    Those are my favorites out of the list.

  3. #10
    Join Date
    Nov 2012
    Location
    Copenhagen, Denmark
    Posts
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    If you wanna go sweet and sassy, I'd narrow the list down to this:
    Abigail
    Ada
    Adele
    Adelaide
    Adeline
    Alix (I like this better as a middle, perhaps for Alexandria/Alexandrina?)
    Anastasia
    Anne Catherine (I think Anna Catherine has a better flow)
    Augusta
    Aurelia
    Ava
    Beatrice
    Beatrix
    Bridget
    Cecilia
    Clare
    Delphina
    Eluned
    Eugenia
    Eulalia
    Felicity
    Gemma
    Hermione
    Ida
    Isabel
    Isidora
    Joanna
    Josephine
    Louise
    Lucy
    Lydia
    Madeleine
    Madeline
    Matilda
    Melitina (While I don't really see Melitina fit into this category of names, I thought I'd suggest Melita)
    Rosalie
    Rose
    Seraphina
    Thea
    Valentina
    Veronica

    I also really love:
    Catherine
    Ingrid
    Joanna
    Katharine
    Margaret
    Mary Frances
    Mary
    Victoria
    Zelia/Elja • Nineteen • Name and history nerd from an early age • I have a blog.
    Trying hard to export beautiful old Danish names, magical Danish nature names and exotic Greenlandic names.
    Current favourite combinations: Henry Ásgeirr Edmund • Amaury Charles Fyodor • Alexander Adelin Lórien
    Cosima Ingrid Zenobia • Matilda Ivalo Galadriel • Gaia Margaret Undómiel

  4. #12
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    Dec 2008
    Location
    California, USA
    Posts
    507
    These names fit the "sweet and sassy" description....


    Ada

    Adela

    Adelina

    Aleydis

    Anastasia

    Apollonia

    Asteria

    Aurelia

    Ava

    Beatrice / Beatrix

    Cecilia

    Cera

    Colette

    Columba
    Cyriaca
    Delphina

    Demetria

    Ebba

    Emiliana

    Eugenia

    Eulalia

    Eva

    Gemma

    Gianna

    Helen

    Hermione

    Isabel

    Isidora

    Juliana

    Kateri

    Kiara

    Lelia

    Lydia

    Marcella

    Margaret

    Matilda

    Osmanna

    Rosalia / Rosalie / Rose -- Something to avoid if your mom has a dog named Rosie? Yes, I would avoid "Rose" names if your mom's dog will be around your house/daughter a lot.

    Savina

    Seraphina

    Susanna

    Thea

    Valentina

    Verena

    Victoria
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  5. #14
    Join Date
    Nov 2013
    Posts
    15
    I think Genevieve/Madeleine is a nice sweet/sassy saint name

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