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July 4th, 2014 07:31 PM #6
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July 4th, 2014 08:33 PM #12
Some I picked for the similarity in meaning, some for the sound, some for both.
Leonard- Leonie, Leonor, Leonora, Ariel, Leya, Leandra, Leontine, Aria.
Cecil- Cecilia, Celia, Zilke, Celeste / Celestia / Celestina / Celestial, Cerelia, Ceylon, Cerys.
William- Willa, Billie, Twila, Abilene (a bit of a stretch though), Rosamond / Rosamund, Wylie.
Elizabeth- Elspeth, Elza (also means 'joy', so it could honour Joyce as well.), Elsa, Eliza, Lilibet, Lilibeth, Elke, Eliana, Eliane, Elodie, Zabeth, Azile, Bette, Elsie, Bettina, Lisette, Ilsa, Ilse, Tibby, Isabeau, Isabetta, Elyse.
Joyce- Jolie, Gioia, Allegra, Bayo, Leta / Letitia (for Leonard too).Mary, Esther, Camellia, Susanna, Mabel, Belle, Theodora, Magnolia, Yuki, Dossie, Ida, Rosemary, Francesca, Constance, Raphaela. .
Amias, Ignatius, Abraham, Horatio, Dossie, Moses, Matthias, Edgar, Rex, Lionel, Shepherd, Frederick, Barnabas, Donovan, Bellamy, Quincy, Pello, Vincent, Linus, Wolfgang, Bertie.
July 5th, 2014 01:02 AM #14I think Cecily is lovely! Have you considered Cecily Willa? Willa for William, and I think it goes beautifully with Cecily! Another suggestion is Joyce Willa or Willa Joyce. Leora Elizabeth is beautiful as well! As a variation of Elizabeth, there are adorable little diminutives like Beth and Bess and Eliza, and then there's the names like Elspeth. Can I also suggest Eliza Joyce? I hope this was helpful in some way! Beautiful names. For Joyce you could also do Gioia or just Joy. Maybe the French word for joy, Joie (pronounced "jwa).
Last edited by basilietea; July 5th, 2014 at 01:05 AM.