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    Apr 2012
    South Australia

    Slavic girls names that work with trendy boys names?

    So I love European names, particularly those of German, Russian, Romanian or Bulgarian origin on little girls. But I have an affinity for trendy boys names.
    Some examples:
    Ronan nn Ro (Top choice, I am pretty unmoving on this one, maybe when the time comes I'll use it as a middle name.)
    Jonas (I know its too sing-song-y with Ronan)

    So this proves to be a problem because I love long, romantic, frilly girls names:
    Angelina (I know its not strictly European; but its quite popular where my family is from.)
    Nikolina (This would work to honour a loved one who passed away. It's growing on me.)
    Rayna (Could work to honour a family member. I really like it. But the alliteration would be annoying.)
    This isn't all of them, but just some that come to mind.

    So any suggestions on how to make Slavic/European girls names work with trendy boy's names would be greatly appreciate! Thanks Berries!
    Last edited by sodallas3; May 28th, 2013 at 09:09 PM.
    Jessica Emily Faith
    Living in the land of Oz...
    Ronan: For the sake of spicy, little boys wearing plaid shirts, running around in kneeless jeans, playing in the mud and being mischievous.
    Combo Considerations:
    ★"Abie" Annabeth Lily Pearl ★ "Jem" John Ellis Michael ★ "Maxel' Maxwell Robert Wray ★Jessie Pearl ★ Rowe Henry★ Winnie Noelle★ Mary Elle Winter ★ Elijah Ford ★ Viviana Marien ★ Bentley Reed ★ Conrad Heath★

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