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April 26th, 2012 12:37 AM #11
As a matter of fact, yes, another luc- variant would make a difference.
To me, the Spanish variants below best complement the Germanic Josef, which actually feels Spanish to me, because in Spanish, "ph" is replaced with "f".
English: Lucania / Lucasta / Lucetta / Lucy
French: Lucille / Lucrece
Italian: Lucia / Luciana
Latin: Lucida / Lucretia
Spanish: Lucera / Lucero / Lucilla / Lucinda
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April 26th, 2012 12:59 AM #13Junior Member
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April 26th, 2012 01:48 AM #15Senior Member
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Bridget -- Both are nice, but I like Bridget a little more.
Nora -- Selma is quite heavy and dated.
Mila -- I like both a lot, but Mila won my vote.
Adelaide -- Adelaide feels much more modern than Adeline.
Genevieve -- I'm not a fan of Estelle.
Natalia -- I find Eleanora to be rather dated, which is not bad, just not my style.
April 26th, 2012 06:14 AM #17
Fiona or Bridget ? I love both!! But I love Bridget more.
Nora or Selma? Nora.
Mila or Lucia? Mila, but if you're calling her Lucy, I like that more.
Adelaide or Adeline? Adelaide.
Estelle or Genevieve? Genevieve. I think Estelle was the name of Joey's agent on Friends so it reminds me of her.
Natalia or Eleanora? I really love Natalie and Eleanor a million times more but out of these two, Natalia.
April 26th, 2012 06:18 AM #19Senior Member
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Fiona or Bridget ? Fiona, though I don't mind Bridget
Nora or Selma? Selma. I don't understand the love for Nora on here at all.
Mila or Lucia? Lucia, though I do like Mila.
Adelaide or Adeline? Adelaide
Estelle or Genevieve? Not really a fan of either
Natalia or Eleanora? Natalia, though I prefer Natalie and Eleanor to both.
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April 26th, 2012 06:32 AM #21Senior Member
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Fiona or Bridget ? - Prefer Bridget.
Nora or Selma? - Don't really like either, slight edge to Nora. Flora would be a total victory.
Mila or Lucia? - Lucia, I hate Mila. I like Lucinda or Lucilla better than Lucia though.
Adelaide or Adeline? - Can I just have Ada please? I love Ada.
Estelle or Genevieve? - Genevieve, I love Genevieve.
Natalia or Eleanora? - Natalia.
April 26th, 2012 07:11 AM #23
Fiona or Bridget? - This is a hard one. I used to adore Bridget! But I think I'm now going to have to go with Fiona.
Nora or Selma? - Nora. I'm not sure what it is, there's just something about Selma.
Mila or Lucia? - Definitely Lucia. I study Italian and therefore have a soft spot for Italian names.
Adelaide or Adeline? - Adelaide. I have a great-aunt named Adeline and just can't picture it on anyone else.
Estelle or Genevieve? - Genevieve! Estelle is nice, but not my style.
Natalia or Eleanora? - Another hard one. They're both nice, but not my style. I think I will have to pick Eleanora.
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April 26th, 2012 02:56 PM #25
@Lori.. It's funny you should day that! The reason it is with an F is because my husband and his family are Mexican and I was living in Mexico when we got pregnant and were not sure where we were going to live! We ended up returning to canada but his whole family still lives in Mexico so the F just made sense!boys names drive me crazy!
April 26th, 2012 03:04 PM #27Senior Member
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Fiona or Bridget ? - Fiona, because it's slightly more feminine and girly. I would prefer Brigitta over Bridget
Nora or Selma? - Nora, I think, though don't really like either. Selma makes me think of the Simpsons!
Mila or Lucia? - Both lovely, probably Mila as the nn Lucy is very popular here
Adelaide or Adeline? - Adelaide, love this name, though I like Adeline it does make me wonder if people would mishear it and think you'd said Madeline quickly!
Estelle or Genevieve? - Genevieve. Beautiful though gaining in popularity maybe? Estelle again reminds me of an unfortunate character, this time from Friends
Natalia or Eleanora? - Very tricky, both are lovely but probably like Eleanora better as not fond of the 'Nat' nn