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February 11th, 2014 04:28 PM #6Senior Member
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In looking back at your post and seeing your nickname for Lisette, I may've been wrong when I said it sounds different than how it sounds in Anneliese and Maelys - maybe it doesn't? I was thinking it was Liss-et, but is it Lees-et? Either way, if the nickname is "Leese," then that makes my case even stronger for me.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).
February 11th, 2014 04:40 PM #8
February 11th, 2014 04:54 PM #10
February 11th, 2014 04:55 PM #12
I really like Fiona. It is different enough than Lisse's name, but still has the same charm and appeal, making them a great sibset!
I agree about Annaliese being too similar to Lisette. I have no clue how to pronounce Maelys. Isobel feels too common next to Lisette. Annalie is pretty, but sounds a bit made up - which is fine it's just NMS (despite the fact that it is totally my style, but sounds too made up for me).
So FIONA is my first choice. Fiona is stunning, sweet and your daughter will be anything she wants. I can see Fiona being sporty, brainy, outdoorsy, a total girly girl, an animal lover, really anything she wants. The name will grow well with her, and she will most likely love her name!
Beatrice, Jane, Rosalie, Alexa, Eleanor, Imogen, Flora, Clara & Adeline
Gideon, Charlie, Sawyer, Flynn, Wyatt, Hugo, Henry & Lachlan
February 11th, 2014 05:00 PM #14Senior Member
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