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Thread: Stana

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr 2010


    Stana has really grown on me, I really think it's fresh, uniqe and sounds so... slavic. I'm connected to Russia, Poland and Ukraine, my parents live there and my grand-parents are from there so this name fits my situation. I was thinking of a longer full name as Stana sounds more like a nn so I've come up with Stanislava/Stanislawa, I've met many Stans and Stanislavs in my life but never a Stanislava and I'm just not sure if it would work for a baby girl. WDYT?
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  2. #3
    Join Date
    Sep 2011
    I know a Stana! I never thought I would see this name on a board but it's really cool that it's come up! I think it works very well but I never thought of it as a slavic sounding name since the girl I know isn't slavic, Russian, etc. It's NMS I have a good association with it and is totally usable
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  3. #5
    Join Date
    Nov 2011
    The Stanaslava that I know is called Slava...with a softer a not like slave.

    I think you could do mm Stana for those names tho or you could use

  4. #7
    Join Date
    Feb 2012
    I like Stana, when pronounced like Stah-na.
    If I put on my worst American accent, it sounds like something that causes stains...
    So it all depends!

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