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November 29th, 2013 09:45 AM #1
Willamina - witty & warm-hearted or wrinkly & weird?
I just came across the name Willamina on nameberry. I had not heard it before and really like the way that name sounds and feels when spoken. It comes with cute nickname options: Willa, Willow, Billie, Mina, Minnie and even Mila. But is it too weird? Does it just look like a dyslexic Wilhelmina?
My number one girl name at the moment is Leonore. I like the combo Leonore & Willamina. But what do you think? Does that work? Do you prefer one of my other sets:
Leonore & Eliza
Leonore & Camilla
Leonore & Amabel
Do you have other suggestions?
Last edited by dottipanda; November 29th, 2013 at 10:04 AM.Ronja ♥ Julius ♥ Leonore ♥ Frederick ♥ Harriet ♥ Clemens ♥ Elisabeth ♥ Ivor ♥ Linnea ♥ Elliot
November 29th, 2013 09:53 AM #3Member
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November 29th, 2013 11:02 AM #7just a confused teenberry.
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November 30th, 2013 06:29 AM #9
Wilhelmina, Willamina, Wilhelmine & Willemine
German spelling certainly looks a lot better. But will people pronounce it Will-hell-meena all the time? That sounds so clunky to me. I prefer the flow of Willa-meena...
Also, how would you pronounce Wilhelmine? Ending on -een, -eenie or -eenuh?
The dutch apparently have Willemine as a female form or Willem. Would you prefer that to Willamina orxcore it similar? How would you pronounce it?
All opinions are very welcome. Thanks!Ronja ♥ Julius ♥ Leonore ♥ Frederick ♥ Harriet ♥ Clemens ♥ Elisabeth ♥ Ivor ♥ Linnea ♥ Elliot