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Thread: Nameberry consesnsus of Ebba?
December 3rd, 2013 06:32 AM #1
Nameberry consesnsus of Ebba?
This suddenly occurred to me last night - Ebba could honour Deborah/Debra/Debbie.
I'd always liked it but had in mind it was Scandinavian therefore as unusable as Hrefna. According to Nameberry it's both English and Germanic? I'm having a hard time finding other sources to check (as much as I love Nameberry it's origins can be a bit off) - can anyone clarify this?
And what is the overall opinion? My only worry is that she'd get ''Emma? Etta? Sorry can you spell that out?''.★ O L I V I A ★
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December 3rd, 2013 06:40 AM #3
I'm sorry, but I don't like it. It reminds me of a baby babbling.直美 Naomi
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December 3rd, 2013 07:20 AM #5Senior Member
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December 3rd, 2013 08:06 AM #9
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