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  1. #6
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    Minette—meaning faithful defender
    Emmanuelle—meaning faith
    Nakia—meaning pure, faithful

  2. #8
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    The Hebrew word for faith is Emuna, and it is used as a feminine given name.

    Emmanuelle/Emmanuel doesn't mean faith, it means "God is with us." A relevant idea, but not a translation.

  3. #10
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    Amina, Imani, Vera, Minette, Fedella, Ivy, Iris, Leola, Petra (technically means rock, but the rock is a symbol of faith, due to its steadfastness).
    Vesper Opal, Dossie Gardener, Shalom Galilee, Easter Paloma, Mary Valentine, Agnes Gardenia, Benilde Beloved, Constance Camellia, Noonan Minnie, Bertie Frances, Betty Calloway, Yuki Magnolia, Gardenia Philou, Malou Anouk.

    Dossie Gardener, Bertram Beloved, Gerald Dove, Obadiah Dove, Amadeus Andrew, Abraham Lou, Thaddeus Noble, Enzo Raphael, Shalom Gentle, Zebedee Shalom, Shepherd Andrew.



  4. #12
    Oh I love how you referenced the language of flowers. That opens it up a bit. Thank you!
    Children are all perfectly and wonderfully made

    Names we would consider

    Elisabetta, Magdalena, Caralana, Elisende/a, Valencia, Snow

  5. #14
    spring13 do you know how Emuna is pronounced? Thanks for the clarification too.
    Children are all perfectly and wonderfully made

    Names we would consider

    Elisabetta, Magdalena, Caralana, Elisende/a, Valencia, Snow

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