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  1. #26
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    Re: Can you find a name I have never heard before?

    My name, Sonrisa ("son" rhymes with "phone", "ri" rhymes with "see"). It means "smile" in Spanish. People usually have trouble pronouncing it initially, but it doesn't bother me. I love my name.
    Lira ~ Juliet ~ Mahea ~ Lorelei ~ Aviva ~ Minla ~ Maeve ~ Beatrix
    Orion ~ Tiernan ~ Fletcher ~ Sebastian ~ Rhys ~ Kestrel ~ Flynn ~ Riordan

  2. #28
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    Re: Can you find a name I have never heard before?

    Quote Originally Posted by bounceparty
    Okay I'm going to have another go at this!
    Alright, these are all from some intense searching of the amazing Nameberry database! I'm not exactly sure if they are usable, but oh well, they are unique! All girls names:

    Meri
    Pessa
    Chava
    Rohana
    Arla (I know someone with this name)
    Nessa
    Nanna
    Ravkel
    Rivka
    Sofka
    Rivka and Chava are two of my unique favourites, great list!
    Writer of The Mod Podge Bookshelf, author of some books, lover of sticky notes and names!

    Current favorite girls: Beatrix, Elizabeth, Gwendolyn, Helena, Isobel, Jemima, Margo, Rose, Tigerlily & Zora

    Current favorite boys: Callum, Damian, Gideon, Henry, Jonah, Laughlin, Leo & Oscar

  3. #30
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    Re: Can you find a name I have never heard before?

    Quote Originally Posted by rosamund
    Hi. Great topic and thread!

    Boys
    Braith (Welsh for black and white)
    Giacomo
    Xenophon

    Girls
    Engracia
    Bellanova
    Ngaire (pronounced Ny-ree)
    Ngaio
    Laoghaire (pronounce La-heer-y. Originally a boy's name but I've seen it recently as the name of a female character in a book).
    Xexilia
    Evergrace
    Dorabella (a character in the opera "Cosi Fan Tutte"
    Antigone
    Lorima
    Esperanza
    Euphemia/Euphemie
    I love Esperanza, don't you? Nouvella Esperanza would be translated as 'New Hope' were it to be a childs name. I think I may use it as a character one day!
    Writer of The Mod Podge Bookshelf, author of some books, lover of sticky notes and names!

    Current favorite girls: Beatrix, Elizabeth, Gwendolyn, Helena, Isobel, Jemima, Margo, Rose, Tigerlily & Zora

    Current favorite boys: Callum, Damian, Gideon, Henry, Jonah, Laughlin, Leo & Oscar

  4. #32
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    Re: Can you find a name I have never heard before?

    Quote Originally Posted by theateruu
    My name, Sonrisa ("son" rhymes with "phone", "ri" rhymes with "see"). It means "smile" in Spanish. People usually have trouble pronouncing it initially, but it doesn't bother me. I love my name.
    As well you should! Your name and the meaning are wonderful!
    Writer of The Mod Podge Bookshelf, author of some books, lover of sticky notes and names!

    Current favorite girls: Beatrix, Elizabeth, Gwendolyn, Helena, Isobel, Jemima, Margo, Rose, Tigerlily & Zora

    Current favorite boys: Callum, Damian, Gideon, Henry, Jonah, Laughlin, Leo & Oscar

  5. #34
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    Re: Can you find a name I have never heard before?

    Ive got a few perhaps as peculiar names run in my family-

    My mom was Anissa. My sister is Mikaila Sre (pronounced sir-ay). My name is Acacia Tuqray (pronounced uh-cah-see-uh too-kway) and my daughter's name is Eisley.

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