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October 28th, 2013 03:44 PM #1
Middle names for Lilia?
I feel like I'm beating a dead horse with Lily/Lilia here (sorry!), but at least I've decided on a full name for Lily. I have a couple options I'm tossing around, but, much as others seem to really love them, I can't seem to really get into them. Not enough to use them, anyway. I'm looking for something unexpected, fairly classic, definitely sweet and innocent. So far, I've tossed around:
Lilia Elodie (love how elfish and sweet this is! But it shares way too many vowel sounds, imo, and my beat-up, good-for-nothing, always-breaking-down car is named Elodie--and I'm not sure I want to go there.)
But something seems off with all of them. I don't know. Ideas?
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October 28th, 2013 04:17 PM #3Senior Member
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October 28th, 2013 04:19 PM #5
October 28th, 2013 04:28 PM #7Senior Member
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You definitely have some favorite sounds! To me, Calliope, Elodie, even Caroline and Cosima are too tongue twister-y with the lovely Lilia. Josephine is good sound-wise but has never been a personal favorite. Beatrix is my favorite on your list. Let's try to find sweet and elfish but consonant heavy:
Lilia Colette (definitely an impish vibe!)
Lilia Madeline (long I)
Lilia Marguerite (a little more mysterious I think)
October 28th, 2013 04:49 PM #9Senior Member
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