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  1. #6
    Thank you gals/guys! thanks for your patience too.

    Ramona- already using for another character!

    Mona-too similar to Ramona

    Josephine- I do like it, however I already used Josefine and it's quite similar.

    Eloise-too associated with the popular book series

    Elodie- too sweet

    Aloysia- I really like this however the O has the wrong sound. Ah-loy-see-uh.

    Bardot- I just see bar and dot.

    Boheme- I really like this one! A little Island-y though?

    Calliope-from myth, I need one w/o too much associated w/ it.

    Caroline- too norm.

    Clover-used in hungar games. I don't character messing w/ my character.

    Imogen- too British-linked and ends in n

    Odette- I like this, but the character has tons of aspirations and zest for life. This is a very "weighty" name.

    Odelia- sorry, I think of a Deli if said Oh-Dell-ee-uh, or Delia w/ an O in front of it if said Oh-deal-ee-uh.

    Thanks for your perseverance. Keep going!

    A name that's quirky w/o being heavily promoted on sites. A name with a great meaning. Like Alma means soul, but doesn't fit the requirements as far as sound goes.
    I just like names and languages.
    :geek:homespun names with a warm sitting-by-the-fire feeling, they're like comfort food but in name form :?:

  2. #8
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    I guess too popular: Sophia, Chloe, Zoe, Naomi

    What about: Lola, Nola, Noelle, Viola, Ophelia, Jolie, Paloma, Fiona, Noemi, Salome, Leona, Peony, Winona, Soline, Posey

    Good luck!

  3. #10
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    Olive, Olga, Ottilie, Odile, Oona, Odessa, Octavia are some of the other o-names that came to mind. I'm not sure if they have the right sound for you though.

  4. #12
    How about Rhoda?

  5. #14
    I like Winona but it's still associated too much with Winona Rider.
    I just like names and languages.
    :geek:homespun names with a warm sitting-by-the-fire feeling, they're like comfort food but in name form :?:

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