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Thread: Seneca for a girl?
November 11th, 2013 06:17 PM #6
Other than the convention, and the girly a-ending, being that it's also a Roman name means it doesn't exactly matter if it's also the name of a Native American tribe, and vice versa, if that's what you want to believe. Although the Roman version does mean "old." In my opinion (others will disagree) I think it would honor our country as it was first and foremost Native American land. Kind of like girls named Dakota. In recent years more girls have been named Seneca than boys.
I do also like Persephone.http://www.onceuponatimebabynames.com/
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