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  2. #8
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    Red - (these don't all mean Red directly, but they have red correlations) Adamina, Coral, Garnet, Robin, Ruby, Rowan, Scarlett, Suri (apparently it can mean red rose) Ula
    Green - Beryl, Esme/Emerald/Esmeralda,
    Gold - Aurora, Christa/Crystal (Gold in Greek,) Dawn, Eldora, Marigold, Ophira, Oracia (prayer or gold)
    Silver (since its one of the things that was brought to Jesus) - Argene, Argenta, Ariana, Arianwen, Eirian, Silvestra, Silver/Sylva (Connects to the evergreen idea)
    Belle names - Amabel, Annabelle, Arabelle, Belinda, Belle/Bella, Christabelle, Maribel (star of the sea)
    Light - Alaula, Alcinda, Alina, Alumina, Annot, Anwar, Aonani,Ciana,Ciara, Cindy,Dawn, Elaine, Eleanor, Elena, Eliora, Ellen
    Fulgencia, Helen, Ilene,Leora, Lucia/Luciana, Lumina, Meira, Onella, Phoebe, Roshan, Thea
    Star(s) - Lyra, Bellatrix, Altaira, Asta/Astor, Citali, Csilla, Dannica, Estelle/Estella, Esther, Hesper, Hester, Itzel, all forms of Mary as well, Nova, Sescheta (Egyptian goddess of the stars,) Sidra, Starla, Starling, Tara, Twyla, Vesper/Vespera, Wynstelle
    White - Alba, Alva, Arianwen, Bianca, Elva, Gwen, Ivory, Jennifer, Nola, Whitley, Whitney,
    Snow - Eira, Eirwen, Neiva, Neva, Katiana
    Ice - Chrystal/Crystal, Isolde, JanICE (I hate this name, aha)
    Evergreen - Cinnamon (way too out there!, ) Ginger,Heather, Ivy, Myrtle,
    Winter - December, January (depending on where you live!) Cora (goddess who lives in the underworld in Winter,) Perdita (Shakespeare's A Winter's Tale)
    Candle - Candelaria, Chandelle, Chandler, Chaney, Nera
    Fire - Aida, Aithne, Ardea, Blaise, Edana, Enya, Mckenna/Mackenzie, Tandy, Vesta, Hestia.
    Prayer - Anina, Hannah, Hosannah, Osanna
    Angel - Angela, Angeline, Angelina, Angel, Gabrielle/Gabriella, Celine/Celina, Celeste,
    Song - Carmen, Carol, Daina, Gita, Avis/Mavis, Odele, Ranita, Raina,
    God related names - Ada, Adlai, Amadea, Amaris, Arella, Eliora, Elsa,Emmanuelle/Emmanuella, Gianna, Katriel, Michaela, Odelia, Samantha, Theodora, Tiffany, Uriela,
    Symbols of Christmas - Dove, Joy, Holly, Grace, Noel/Noelle/Noella, Natalie/Natalie, Christian and all is variations, Serene/Serena, Glory/Gloria/Glorianna, Holiday
    As well as Mary, Joseph, etc.
    There is also people in literary classics or famous stories and films, like as some people have mentioned Clara or Marie (in some verisons,) Eloise, Eden
    Sorry I know there are repeats; but I got carried away! Hope it helps!

    If you need anymore, I think I still have some others that I missed. Haha.
    Last edited by sodallas3; June 16th, 2014 at 11:06 PM.

    'Jess' Jessica Emily Faith
    Living down under...
    Australian/German/South African/Scottish/English/Irish/Romani
    Elsa: Mystical, magical, completely unique, baffling and all her own

    Ronan: Spicy, little boys wearing plaid shirts, running around in kneeless jeans, playing in the mud and being mischievous.
    Other considerations
    Mary Belle - Conrad - Elaina/Elena? - Jonas

  3. #10
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    Natalie and Marie are two Christmas names in my family.

    Some Christmas names I like:

    Winter
    Ivy
    Joy
    Holly
    Belle
    Carol(ine)
    Evangeline
    Grace

    Some of them are a bit of a stretch, but I still like them.

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    Sorry for repeats! Some of these might be stretching it a bit.

    Christmas:
    Star/Stella/Estelle
    Hope
    Salvation
    Natalie
    Mary (all Mary variants. lol)
    Abiodun - Yoruba meaning “born on a festival”
    Felicitas
    Lux/Lior/Jyoti/ Eliora/Uriel/Ziya - all sort of mean "light" or "god is my light”
    Irene/Pax

    Winter:
    Firn - Snow which has been lying for at least a year but which has not yet consolidated into glacier ice. It is granular.
    Gwyneria/Eira
    Smilla - name invented by by the Danish author Peter Høeg for his book “Miss Smilla's Sense of Snow” - If you haven’t seen the movie or read the book you should the character is awesome and as Mila is a popular name at the moment this could be interesting.

    Also you should search the NB blogs and lists to find interesting suggestions like these:
    http://nameberry.com/list/412/Christmas-Baby-Names
    http://nameberry.com/search/?q=Chris...ames&search=go
    ...if my husbands has no vote, then....
    Endora & Lorelei / Dexter & Gideon
    ...we are newlyweds and not trying...yet...

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    You might also consider some names from christmas ballets/movies/plays

    Clara- The Nutcracker (sometimes her name is Marie)
    Virginia- Yes Virginia, there is a Santa Claus
    Doris- Miracle on 34th street
    Susan- Miracle on 34th street
    Violet- It's a Wonderful Life
    Mary- It's a Wonderful Life
    Belle- A Christmas Carol
    Martha- A Christmas Carol
    Fan- A Christmas Carol
    Clarice- Rudolph the Red-nosed reindeer
    Jessica- Santa Claus is Comin' to Town
    Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns. ~George Eliot

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