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  1. #1
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    International Names!!

    Lately, I've been very interested in international sounding names. My favorite atm is Nina. Would like some other suggestions. Thanks

  2. #3
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    Let's see I don't know if these are what you're looking for but........

    Elise
    Brisa
    Elena
    Emira
    Hana
    Haidee
    Hala
    Lena
    Leila
    Mira
    Talia
    Vevina
    Vivia
    Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns. ~George Eliot

  3. #5
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    Rose Lavinia Charlotte & Edmund Nicanor Hugo
    Ada Beatrice Margot ‧ Alice Cordelia Mary ‧ Clara Elisabeth Margot ‧ Flora Elisabeth Maude
    Jane Wilhelmina Edith ‧ Elliott Victor Jack "Ottie/Otter" ‧ Henry Frederick Arthur

    Edith Matilda ‧ Emma Rosalind ‧ Mabel Augusta ‧ Margot Lavinia ‧ Violet Georgiana
    Edgar ‧ Eulàlia ‧ George ‧ Kit Laszlo ‧ Lydia ‧ Oscar ‧ Pip Enoch

    German Loves
    Ottilie Elisabeth Margot ‧ Flora Henriette Alice ‧ Flora Charlotte Alice

  4. #7
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    I knew two girls in grammar school from Latvia and one of them I know had a Scandinavian name, Inga, meaning that she is guarded by Ing, spirit of fertility. Her sister was named Ieva, long ee sound yhev (rhymes with bev in beverly) ah. ee-yhev-ah. I love both of those.
    Also:
    Dominique -french, belongs to the lord
    Laurette -my mom's name means little laurel tree or crowned with laurel
    Giselle -third french name, meaning pledge
    I also like Simone, Aries, Gemini, Cairo, Demaris/Damaris, and Olympia(greek, home of the gods) There are many more international names I like....

  5. #9
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    How do you define "international sounding"? Names that work well throughout most of the world (which, as a foreigner, I would say that a lot of names do per se - I mean, there will always be pronunciation issues because most languages pronounce names differently, but once you get ahold of the pronunciation, it's really not a problem) or names with roots in other countries?
    Zelia • 20s • Exporting names from Greenland & Inuit mythology
    Henry Ásgeirr Lórien • Alexander Adelin Pemba "Sasha" • Aksel Atticus Ivik • Oscar Edmund Igaluk
    Nor Valdemar Oisín • Asa Bjørnstjerne Dante • Marcel Endymion Theo • Vincent Akiva Lysander

    Cosima Ingrid Zenobia "Mimi" • Asta Ivalo Galadriel • Aviaaja Catherine Françoise "Avi" • Evelyn Brontë Cleopatra "Evie"
    Olga Alvaret Lúthien • Noor Dagmar Evangeline • Edith Faraday Thérèse "Edie" • Eleonora Gry Patricia "Ellen"

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