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    Dec 2012
    In the city

    WDYT of Elianthe?

    Hi berries,

    I’ve just discovered this name, given only once in my country. It combines both the names of my mother and grandfather. Furthermore it’s derived from the greek Helianthos/Helianthus, meaning sunflower, love that!. It gives of such a sunny, summery vibe for me. It’s pronounced Ay-lee-an-tuh in Dutch, an as in Antoine, WDYT?
    Last edited by phloxie; July 7th, 2013 at 05:14 PM.
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