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Thread: Middle name for Nora
December 13th, 2013 12:51 PM #1Senior Member
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December 13th, 2013 01:28 PM #3
In this scenario I would go with Nora Elise. Yes the vowels run together but, the names don't contain many of the same letters in a similar order. Nora Morgan just doesn't flow. You may want to try other 'gan' names. Teagan, Megan, Keegan ect. Or names Similar to Elise like Liza, Lisa. I think Louise or Louisa might be close enough to the sound of Elise.
Good Luck!Theodore Arthur
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December 13th, 2013 02:59 PM #7
December 13th, 2013 03:32 PM #9Senior Member
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Definitely NOT Morgan. Nora Elise is the clear choice out of those two, but I have to say the flow of Nora Elise isn't all that great, either. I LOVE the suggestion of Nora Eloise. That's simply gorgeous.
I'm not sure if this makes sense, but the ending sound in Nora and the beginning sound of Elise are rather similar so it's more awkward and laborious to say the combination; however, the beginning sound in Eloise is more distinctively different because it has that strong "EL" sound whereas Elise's beginning sound is a little softer and can come off more like "Uh-LEES".
That probably made no sense, but basically, my vote is for Nora Eloise if you are considering other names. If not, definitely Nora Elise from your two choices.Mama to Nora.
Griffin (Finn). Declan (Dex). Miles. John (Johnny). Graham. Ewan. Jasper.
Ruby. Iris. Eve. Ivy. Bonnie. Hazel. Esme.
Names hubby and I agree on for #2: Gwyneth (Gwen). Claire. Rhoswen (Rosie or Winnie). Alice. Eden (Edie). Marie. Anneliese (Anna or Annie).