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  1. #6
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    Minette—meaning faithful defender
    Emmanuelle—meaning faith
    Nakia—meaning pure, faithful

  2. #8
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    The Hebrew word for faith is Emuna, and it is used as a feminine given name.

    Emmanuelle/Emmanuel doesn't mean faith, it means "God is with us." A relevant idea, but not a translation.

  3. #10
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    Amina, Imani, Vera, Minette, Fedella, Ivy, Iris, Leola, Petra (technically means rock, but the rock is a symbol of faith, due to its steadfastness).
    Girls:
    Camellia Edie, Anouk Bellamy, Vesper Daisy, Beatrice / Beatrix Emeth, Shalom Jessamine, Francesca Evangeline, Mabel Endellion, Josephine Paderau, Elowen Mercy.

    Boys:
    Charles Gardener, Moses Andrew, Barnaby Quiller,
    Rufus Beau, Enoch Matthias, Felix Boaz, Otis Hosea, Amias Ezekiel, Asa Gus, Ignatius Cal, Bertie Valo, Shepherd Theodore, Guthrie Abe.

  4. #12
    Oh I love how you referenced the language of flowers. That opens it up a bit. Thank you!
    Children are all perfectly and wonderfully made

    Names we would consider

    Elisabetta, Magdalena, Caralana, Elisende/a, Valencia, Snow

  5. #14
    spring13 do you know how Emuna is pronounced? Thanks for the clarification too.
    Children are all perfectly and wonderfully made

    Names we would consider

    Elisabetta, Magdalena, Caralana, Elisende/a, Valencia, Snow

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