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Thread: Arianwen?

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Oct 2013


    I've been looking for more Welsh names to add to my list and came across Arianwen ... thoughts?
    Just a 20 year old weirdly obsessed with names, no babies in the near future

    Aila Anwen Arianwen Aveline Calla Caoimhe Cosima Fionnuala Hazel Hestia Josephine Rowan
    Alaric Asa Evander Ezra Jasper Leander Lucas Orion Perseus Ruairi

    ♥ Hazel Arianwen ♥ Asa Benjamin ♥
    ♥ Rowan Oriana ♥ Lucas Orion ♥

  2. #3
    I think it is pretty, but I see the word arian in it which makes it unusable for me.

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Sep 2013
    South Wales, UK
    I love it! I'm Welsh and think Arianwen is a lovely name!
    There's also: Rhianwen, Rhianydd, Myfanwy, Angharad, Llinos, Cariad, Cerys, Carys, Seren, Tegan, Lowri, Eleri (Ell-air-ree, not like Celery).

    Remember there is no K or Q is welsh so any names with these beginnings are variations of original spellings
    Sienna, Clara, Annalise, Lydia, Elara, Lila, Dakota, Leonie, Eisley, Perrie, Cleo, Emerie, Talia, Zara

    Harrison, Koby, Blake, Chase, Everett, Calder, Flynn, Jay, Drew, Elliot, Gray, Miles, Reid, Ezra, Leo

    TTC March 2016

  4. #7
    Join Date
    Nov 2013
    I think it's lovely

    rosalie song - willow maren - caroline iris - isla maeve
    linus theodore - marshall john - abel mercer - booker atticus

    a baby born today would be: reina ruth / gibson daniel

    Fur Kids: Caledonia (Kala) & Marty

    come along #1 coming July 2016

  5. #9
    Join Date
    Jan 2014
    There are other "wen" names that I like better. I feel like this one is complicated with the abundance of vowels and so loses the appeal for me.

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