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    Ways to Honor Sharon

    Any ideas on ways to honor Sharon that do not end in an N? (This would be in the middle spot if that makes a difference.)
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    I think you should use Sharon since it will be in the middle.

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    Blair means 'dweller on the plain'' which is a nice way to honour Sharon ''the plain''. Randa and Sahara both are linked to deserts too and coincidentally have similar letters. The only other ones I could find where Hialeah ''prairie'' and Abilene which is also Hebrew meaning ''grass''.

    Lots of these are ultra-stretched but they contain similar letters and sounds (Sharon is a hard one!)...
    Nora, Sora, Rhona/Rona and Rosa conatain all the same letters.
    Sharai/Sarai
    Shari/Sari
    Sasha
    Sian, Sharn
    Shara
    Sharda
    Sharlene or Sharlena
    Rohana
    Ronna
    Rowan
    Roisin (pronounced RO-sheen)
    Ronja, Ronia
    Roxanne
    Charlotte

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    That's a tricky one. Cheri/Cherie could work (as in the term of endearment "mon cheri/ma cherie.") The meaning of Sharon is "a plain" so maybe Savanna(h) -means open plain, or Blair- means field or plain. Good luck!


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    Quote Originally Posted by oliviasarah View Post
    Blair means 'dweller on the plain'' which is a nice way to honour Sharon ''the plain''. Randa and Sahara both are linked to deserts too and coincidentally have similar letters. The only other ones I could find where Hialeah ''prairie'' and Abilene which is also Hebrew meaning ''grass''.
    Abilene would be my favourite, but there is also Savannah, which means 'grassy plain' depending on the source.
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