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  1. #1
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    Italian Names That Will Work!

    My husband's family is 100% Italian and it's very important to him that we use an Italian name for our daughter. I am all for the idea but we can't find a name that really works for us! Ever since I was a teenager, I've known that I want to use family names for my children's middle names and I don't want to and will not compromise that (husband agrees). For our daughter's middle name we're using my mother-in-law's name, Angela. We aren't into double a endings but it seems like it is impossible to avoid. Can you think of any Italian names that flow extremely well with Angela?!

  2. #3
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  3. #5
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    Jun 2014
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    I like Pia, Sofia, Alba, Alessia, Alessandra, Giulia, Arianna, and Lucia but I don't know if I like any of them with Angela

  4. #7
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    Sep 2013
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    my favourite name ever is Sienna, which is italian. Sienna Angela doesn't sound too bad, just not sure about the a sound being at the end of Sienna and the beginning of Angela.
    Sienna Lux - Cordelia Wren - Halla Sage - Jadie Quinn - Lydia Sonnett - Avonlea Miar - Lila Scout - Lennox Ivy - Bridget Aria - Esme Dahlia - Leonie Winter - Briar Monroe - Anna Cecelia - Clara Rhianwen - Dakota Snow - Winslet Lake - Canary Willa

    Harrison Blake -Thierry Jasper - Calder Flynn - Everett Gray - Leo Alexander - Reid Lawson - Axel Jay - Ronan Luke - Cohen Romeo - Foster Drew - Chase Elliot - Jason Arrow - Weston Kurt - Nathaniel Miles - Ryder Wilson - Ezra Bowie - Holden Beck

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    I actually have two very bad associations with the name Sienna

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