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December 4th, 2013 07:26 PM #21
December 4th, 2013 07:31 PM #23Senior Member
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- Mar 2012
Grace Ione - Ione being "violet" in Greek. This would be my #1 pick.
Grace Ianthe - another "violet" name.
Anna Lilac - I really love Lilac. I prefer it to Lavender for some reason.
Grace Viola - I love Violet itself, such a rich colour and beautiful flower, but if it's an odd sound for you, perhaps consider Viola? It is the family of which violets, hearts-ease, and pansies/johnny-jump-ups are part of. It's a beautiful, melodic name, and a Shakespearean one.
December 4th, 2013 08:06 PM #25
I second (or third?) the suggestion of Anna Plum.
Some more suggestions that I don't think have been mentioned:
Larkspur: a flower name, a type of delphinium with blue blossoms
Nila: means dark blue in Sanskrit.
Ione, Iole, Iola, Iolanta, Ianthina, Iantha & Ianthe all mean violet.
Viorica: femininisation of Romanian Viorel meaning bluebell.
Not as many as I though the would be, sorry about that.
Good luck!Jude, blackbird.
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December 4th, 2013 09:16 PM #27
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