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    Zetta, Zelda, and Zora or Zola

    Yes or no to the sibset as a whole?

    Zora or Zola?

  2. #3
    I don't think all these names go together as a sibset. Too much buzz.

    I like Zetta. It's cool but not weird. I've always loved Zelda because of the games and the medieval sound. Zola is better than Zora because Zora makes me think of Zoro.

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    I wouldn't use them all for siblings. My faves are Zola and Zelda. I think they have the most spunk.
    All the best,
    Mischa.

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    Zora means dawn is Croatian.
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    They are way too similar for sisters, in my opinion. But, for example, Zelda and Zora, or maybe Zelda and Zoe would be nice. I like Zora best. Zelda is pretty too, makes me think of Zelda Fitzgerald.
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    esme helena mazarine/arlo dylan thomas

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