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  1. #6
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    Re: Sister for Julia

    One way to look for names that "go with" another name is to check what nameberry lists the first name is on, and look through those. Here are the lists that include Julia:

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    * Classic but Not Boring Names for Girls
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    * Yupster Names for Girls
    * Classic Baby Names
    Pam Satran
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  2. #8
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    Re: Sister for Julia

    Thanks Pam.

    Curious what your expert picks would be?

    And, curious on people's thoughts on Chiara.

    Thanks!

  3. #10

    Re: Sister for Julia

    How would you pronounce Chiara? Like Kiera?

  4. #12
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    Re: Sister for Julia

    Ch-ee-ar-a

    I'm also considering Anabel. Any thoughts?

  5. #14
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    Re: Sister for Julia

    Hmmm, well, I have the feeling that what you're REALLY asking is what's a more exotic, unusual name that still "goes with" Julia? Chiara -- which would be pronounced kee-AHR-ah -- is truly lovely but definitely more exotic than Julia. Though in my opinion, they are definitely compatible perhaps the way two friends from different countries can still be totally in synch. Names that might be more obvious matches but that still are a bit more unusual include Eliza, Flora, Louisa, Susannah, and Helena. Charlotte is definitely a very good match and the English forms of Chiara, Claire or Clara, work too, but more on the same popularity level as the beautiful Julia.
    Pam Satran
    Nameberry

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