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  1. #1
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  2. #3
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    I don't think I would personally use any, but I love several of them. These I think are all very usable that I could see myself considering (others are usable, these are just the ones I could see myself thinking about):

    Etta -- as a nickname for something like Violette/a
    Zilla -- I used this one in my novel
    Simone -- I considered this as a middle name once
    Zenevieva -- this is cool
    Claudia -- used this in my novel
    Moira -- used this in my novel
    Muse -- as a middle. Musa is a real name
    Theodosia -- lots of great nicknames
    Chiara --adore this one

    These are the others I think are fine to use:

    Fernando
    Malva
    Caoimhe
    Arlette
    Amelina
    Simeon
    Rosalia
    Waverly
    Fairuza
    Soraya
    Christia
    Massimo
    Isa
    Ardis
    Lilou
    Ophira
    Odelia
    Adeline
    Malaya
    Shawn
    Embry
    Astoria
    Isaura
    Arlise
    Livia
    Raisa
    Junia
    Isannah
    Nicasia
    Sabina
    Juliet
    Olive
    Caspar
    Zelia
    Esperanza
    Zorina
    Whitley
    Ravenna
    Edeline
    Tova
    Nelia
    Winifred
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  3. #5
    Join Date
    May 2013
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    Etta is great! Totally usable, might even become trendy. Also like Arlise but prefer Arliss.
    Personal Favorites: Mira Cairdeas and Darrow Paine

    Best Wishes To All

  4. #7
    Rivka- maybe, it's a bit harsh sounding for me

    Etta- Yes

    Maelie- Yup

    Fernando- probably not, it reminds me of the cartoon bull and lady gaga song now!

    Malva- Not for me, seems a bit like a nana

    Caoimhe- No, to hard to spell/pronounce

    Arlette- Maybe

    Amelina- It's ok

    Simeon- It's ok, but not for me

    Zilla- Maybe

    Rosalia- Sure
    Waverly- Not for me

    Fairuza- Nope

    Corsica- Nope

    Soraya- Not for me

    Lennan- YES! Our son's name, really glad we chose it.

    Christia- Not for me

    Simone- Yeah, it's pretty

    Massimo- It's ok
    Mireille- Not for me

    Zenevieva- Not for me

    Isa- It's ok

    Winslet- Not for me
    Chanson- Not for me

    Ardis- No

    Lilou- Nah, to close to Lindsay Lohan's nickname!

    Ophira- Not for me
    Dior- NO

    Odelia- Yes, really pretty and I like Oddy as a nickname

    Adeline- Sure

    Malaya- Not for me
    Shawn- It's fine

    Makena'Lei- Not unless this is your culture

    Embry- It's ok

    Rosen- Not for me

    Astoria- Not for me

    Claudia- fine

    Malou- Not for me
    Isaura- No

    Moira- It's ok

    Arlise- Not for me

    Livia- Sure
    Raisa- Ok

    Bardot- Ok

    Butterfly- NO

    Olalla- not for me
    Junia- not for me

    Isannah- Not for me

    Jadis- Not for me

    Nicasia- Not for me
    Topanga- Not for me

    Sabina- Yes

    Juliet- Yes

    Olive- Yes
    Noely- Ok

    Aanisah- Not for me

    Caspar- Yes

    Zelia- Ok
    Esperanza- Not for me

    Zorina- Not for me

    Coe- Ok

    Whitley- Ok
    Ravenna- Not for me

    Eliska- Not for me

    Helsa- Not for me

    Edeline-not for me
    Tova- Yes

    Muse- It's nice

    Nelia-Not for me

    Loire- Not for me
    Nerea- Not for me

    Winifred- Not for me, but it's kinda cool

    Theodosia- Not for me, but it's kinda cool

    Chiara- Not for me

  5. #9
    Join Date
    May 2011
    Location
    Spain
    Posts
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    These are my favourites:
    Etta (except that it's an extra T away from ETA and that is a HUGE no-go, so I wouldn't use it as a given name, but as a nickname to Henrietta or Julietta or something)
    Odelia (I named one of my fish this a number of years ago, it's nice and a little 'different')
    Adeline
    Astoria (except this is the name of a hotel close to where I lived, so that's a little weird. Still nice, though)
    Moira (LOVE this, and especially the Peter Pan connection)
    Olalla (love this, I had a student named Olaia a couple years ago, it's so pretty!)
    Junia
    Sabina
    Juliet
    Nerea (I know so many girls named Nerea it's not even funny. I think it's pretty, and popular for a good reason, and it's nice to see it outside of my class rosters).

    Caspar (this is for a boy, yes? If so, then I love it)
    Lucia
    Eleanora, Iris, Maeve, Sela
    Balthazar, Bastian, Caius, Gideon

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