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  1. #1
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    Lightbulb Hidden Treasures?

    More intriguing finds from Nameberry's database.

    In the right setting, could you envision them shined up and appealing?

    A - Alameda, Albinia

    B - Benedetta, Bienvenida

    C - Connemara, Cytherea

    D - Domitilla, Donatella

    E - Eponine, Eurydice

    F - Felicitas, Fionnuala

    G - Ginevra, Giuseppina

    H - Habiba, Hypatia

    I - Ismene, Ithaca, Iyabo

    J - Jacaranda

    L - Liliosa, Lysistrata

    M - Mehetabel, Meliora

    N - Nordica

    O - Ortensia

    P - Petronilla, Phyllida, Palomina

    S - Sheherazade

    V - Vevina

    X - Xanthippe
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    Ortensia is pretty. Felicitas would be a good middle name.

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    Here are the ones I think would work in the modern day and age on a little girl with a good nickname:

    Donatella -- nn Dona, Nell, Nella, Nellie
    Eponine -- I know twins named Eponin and Pandia. They go by Poe and Panda :P
    Ginevra -- nn Ginny
    Hypatia -- my roommate is planning on naming is future daughter Hypatia Sophia Adele. nn Tia or Pia
    Liliosa -- nn Lily or Lola
    Ortensia -- nn Tia
    Palomina -- nn Pom, Lina, Lia
    Vevina -- nn Vivi
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    @Banomi - Thanks for your input!

    @Dantea - "Poe" for Eponine, "Pia" for Hypatia, and "Pom" for Palomina are particularly noteworthy nickname prospects. Thank you for all the creative ideas!
    Erma | Flossie | Gladys | Gussie | Millie | Minerva | Myrtle | Winifred | Zelda

    V i n t a g e | C h a r m

    Barnaby Clifford | Chester Ferdinand | Cosmo Arthur | Frazier Gatsby | Grover Felix
    Luther Clancy | Newton Rutherford | Watson Currier

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