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    Swiss names: Do they exist?

    Or are they generally an amalgamation of French, German, and Italian names? With, possibly, a few other cultural inspirations? My dad has recently insisted to me that we are not German, but Swiss, and I'm just curious if it makes a huge difference as far as names are concerned... I like the idea of having a few names on my list to honor my heritage. I do have some Welsh and French and English names already, and I did have some German names I loved (Emmeline, Johanna, Genevieve, etc.), but I'm just curious what some Swiss names would be...

    Thanks, ladies.
    Ashley | storyteller | Christian

    thinking about Seville, the Sagrada Família, and torrijas (Spain!):
    Adela Ainhoa ▪ Alejandra Miren ▪ Anna María Sol ▪ Eliana Elixabete ▪ Evangelina Leonor "Eva"
    Isabel Haizea ▪ Lidia Izar ▪ Lucía Itxaro ▪ Magdalena Beatriu "Magda" ▪ Sofía Mireia
    Agustín Petri ▪ Andrés Benjamín ▪ Daniel Aitor ▪ Gaspar Francisco ▪ Hugo Patxi
    Lucas Iker ▪ Matías Alesander ▪ Santiago Xavier ▪ Sebastián Sendoa ▪ Teodoro Artur "Teo"

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