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  1. #1
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    Nov 2013
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    Need Fresh Ideas !

    Have been in Love with the name Nora ! However I'm still not sure if it's "the one"--Looking for opinions on if Nora Lewis sounds good and also looking for new names to add to the list. I love names with vintage charm and ones that sound cute on a little girl but also sound graceful and elegant on a grown woman! Please help !

  2. #3
    Nora can also be spelled Norah if that would help put a fresh spin on it for you. Is Lewis your ln? Here are some other suggestions with possible nn options...
    Lydia "Liddie"
    Amelia "Ami"
    Eleanor "Ellie/Ella"
    Caroline
    Lilian "Lily"
    Willa
    Evelyn "Eve/Evie"
    Madeleine "Maddy"
    Evangeline "Eva/Angel"
    Catherine "Cat/Cathy/Caty"
    Last edited by balloonsforellie; November 12th, 2013 at 07:01 PM.

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  3. #5
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
    Location
    California
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    Nora is a respectable name that sounds pleasant alongside Lewis. Like you, I imagine the moniker aging well.

    Here are some others for purpose of inspiration:
    Iris
    Clara
    May
    Stella
    Isla
    Cara
    Serena
    Lana

    Best of luck finding a name to love!

  4. #7
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  5. #9
    Join Date
    Nov 2013
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    Lewis is our LN -- I guess I'm just concerned it sounds too short or Unfinished? I love Eleanor but DH doesn't.

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