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    The mystery of Annamaria!

    I've recently come to love the mysterious, lush-sounding Annamaria. It's so ornate yet sturdier than Annabelle and I just love the way it looks on paper.
    I feel like a middle name for Annamaria should be unexpected and strong and probably shorter than average.

    Any ideas?

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    Personally, I think since Annamaria is 5 syllables, most names are going to sound short even if they aren't typically considered short. Two syllable middles sound best, IMO, but some one syllable ones sound good, too. Names with the accent on the second syllable seem to flow really nicely, as well--the one exception in my suggestions being Scarlett, which I still like. =]

    Annamaria Soleil
    Annamaria Snow
    Annamaria Gray
    Annamaria Renee
    Annamaria Noelle
    Annamaria Scarlett
    Annamaria Joy
    Annamaria Camille
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    Some of my ideas were Annamaria Esme or Annamaria Justine; any thoughts?

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    Russell ✴︎ Felix ✴︎ Oscar ✴︎ Malcolm ✴︎ Frederick ✴︎ Alistair ✴︎ Francis ✴︎ Ellis

    Iris Annabel ✴︎ Celeste Marguerite ✴︎ Edith Cassandra ✴︎ Genevieve Claire



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    Quote Originally Posted by chelsanne22 View Post
    Personally, I think since Annamaria is 5 syllables, most names are going to sound short even if they aren't typically considered short. Two syllable middles sound best, IMO, but some one syllable ones sound good, too. Names with the accent on the second syllable seem to flow really nicely, as well--the one exception in my suggestions being Scarlett, which I still like. =]

    Annamaria Soleil
    Annamaria Snow
    Annamaria Gray
    Annamaria Renee
    Annamaria Noelle
    Annamaria Scarlett
    Annamaria Joy
    Annamaria Camille

    Ooh I love Annamaria Scarlett and Annamaria Soleil! (Renee is also lovely too!!) Thanks for the ideas! I agree, two to one syllable names are best.

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    Russell ✴︎ Felix ✴︎ Oscar ✴︎ Malcolm ✴︎ Frederick ✴︎ Alistair ✴︎ Francis ✴︎ Ellis

    Iris Annabel ✴︎ Celeste Marguerite ✴︎ Edith Cassandra ✴︎ Genevieve Claire



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    I have a friend called Anna-Maria, but she hyphenates her name instead of spelling it as Annamaria. Here are some middle name suggestions:

    Annamaria June
    Annamaria Louise
    Annamaria Charlotte
    Annamaria Beatrice
    Annamaria Sophie
    Annamaria Catherine
    Annamaria Camille
    Annamaria May
    Annamaria Elise
    Annamaria Maeve
    Annamaria Liesel

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