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  1. #11
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    Genever - pronounced like Jennifer with a v sound instead of an F, nn Jen/Jenny, a very unheard of Dutch name, beautiful name (my mums name)
    Tasha. 21. Brit. Name Geek.

  2. #13
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    My first thought was Mareike. I love that name. There's also Jorinde and Serilde/Serilda.

  3. #15
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    Genever is really beautiful, it reminds me of Geneva a little also, I've never heard Mareike before! Love it!
    Charlotte
    British Teen Berry
    Liesel - Hans - Evelyn - Wilbur - Adelaide

  4. #17
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    This thread hasn't been posted in for a few days, but here goes.

    Here are some Spanish names which I find interesting, pleasant and unusual:

    Girls

    Adelina
    Eulalia
    Beatriz
    Esperanza
    Eloísa
    Florencia
    Catalina
    Magdalena
    Adelaida
    Eugenia
    Auxiliadora
    Fernanda
    Dalila

    Boys

    Concepción
    Cristóbal
    Cristóforo
    Javier
    Juan
    Valentino
    Luis
    Felipe
    Fernando
    Carlos
    Manuel
    Alfonso
    Consolación

    And some French names:

    Girls

    Aveline
    Adeline
    Abeline
    Lydie
    Alexandrine
    Aliénor
    Alphonsine
    Amélie
    Amantine
    Antoinette
    Marie
    Victoire
    Apolline

    Boys

    Abelin
    Philippe
    Abondance
    Achille
    Laurent
    Adegrin
    Adrien
    Sébastien
    Louis
    Benoît
    Aimé
    Agrippin
    Aleth

    And some Dutch names:

    Girls

    Katrijn
    Cornelia
    Marijke
    Aleida
    Anke
    Annelien
    Cornelia
    Carolien
    Catharina
    Cilla
    Diantha
    Drika
    Elma

    Boys

    Floris
    Willem
    Ambroos
    Christiaan
    Arjan
    Bastiaan
    Casper
    Constantijn
    Fabian
    Filibert
    Filips
    Frederik
    Hendrik
    My name is Alice, but you can call me Adelina. I'm just another Teenberry who has an obession with names, royals, history and photography.

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    See my girls and boys lists and new name blog!

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  5. #19
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    Judging by the list of countries you mentioned in your original post it looks like you might be looking for names that have an ancient germanic root. (Note Germanic does not equal German - German is just one of many Germanic languages. Many naming sites get this wrong....so use your head.)

    If you go to behindthename.com you can actually look up Ancient Germanic/Germanic mythology names.... here are some that I like:
    Lorelei (not really unheard of)
    Etzel
    Alaric
    Wotan
    Alba
    Anzo
    Jordanes
    Ishild
    Meino
    Oda
    Regin
    Wigmar

    PS: Germanic Languages include: English, German, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Icelandic, and Norwegian (there are a couple of others - some of which are extinct).
    ...if my husbands has no vote, then....
    Endora & Lorelei / Dexter & Gideon
    ...we are newlyweds and not trying...yet...

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