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November 11th, 2011 01:58 PM #6
November 11th, 2011 05:59 PM #8Member
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November 11th, 2011 06:29 PM #10Senior Member
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Isabelle - I think this is a lovely name that sounds great with Grande.
Victoria - Another gorgeous name that flows well with your surname.
Anya - I don't really like this name, but it sounds fine with Grande.
Maria - I almost feel like Maria Grande has too much of the "R" sound, but I love the name Maria, and I think it could work.
Combinations I like:
Isabelle Joan Grande
Victoria Joan Grande
Anya Lynn Grande
Maria Lynn Grande
Maria Joan Grande
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November 12th, 2011 05:59 PM #12
Love Isabelle! I think Isabelle Grande is beautiful. I like Isabelle Joan, Isabelle Rachel (despite its flow problems), Isabelle Cordelia, and if I could use Maria as a MN, I would vote for Isabelle Maria, too! All very beautiful, imo. My only issue with Isabelle Grande is that it sounds like "is a Bell Grande..." I doubt anyone would get that unless they worked at Taco Bell (like I do). One of the items on the menu is the Nachos Bell Grande. :/ I definitely don't think it's a deal breaker--it was just something I immediately noticed.
Anya Isabelle, Anya Cordelia, and Anya Rachel are pretty, too. I love Rachel as a FN, too, and I think Rachel Maria, Rachel Anya, and Rachel Cordelia would be beautiful...
The only real suggestion that came to mind was Sophie/Sophia/Sofia. I think Sophia/Sofia Grande sounds really good, and Sophie's an adorable nickname. Sophia Rachel Grande would be beautiful, imo.
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