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  1. #6
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    I love Evera! It's sort of faraway and dreamy, like Reverie or Snow
    I read it EH-ver-uh, with the stress on the first syllable.

    Good luck!
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    Oh! How nice! I would pronounce it (Eh-vur-uh)
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    I can't find too much about this. Not sure it's a real name.
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    Evera's interesting! I immediately said eh-VARE-ah, but that's because I say Vera as VARE-ah. I think Ever-ah is lovely, too, and probably makes a bit more sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whillemina View Post
    I love Evera! It's sort of faraway and dreamy, like Reverie or Snow
    I read it EH-ver-uh, with the stress on the first syllable.

    Good luck!
    I like the faraway quality too

    Quote Originally Posted by renrose View Post
    I can't find too much about this. Not sure it's a real name.
    The only thing I have found is on babynames.com saying it is the feminine form of Everard, and I found one girl on LinkedIn who has the name...but that is it!
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