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  1. #1
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    Sibling name with a European feel

    Hi, I'm looking for boys or girls names for a sibling to Maria and Chloe. My husband and I seem to find common ground on names with a bit of a European feel to them. He tends to like names that are more complex and exotic and I prefer names that are more short and sweet. Our heritage is Italian, Swedish, French Canadian, German, British, Scottish, so I tend to look there for inspiration. Our last name is French Canadian as well. Any ideas? Thanks!

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    edward maximilian + gregory karol + joseph augustine + nicholas johann + peter ignatius
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    anne bernadette + catherine lucy + elizabeth gemma + margaret cecily + mary thérèse
    future cats: bruno + hedwig

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    Bird + Birding Baby Names // common names, scientific names + notable naturalists
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    The Golden Age of Detective Fiction // from dapper British detectives to hard-boiled American private eyes
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    Last edited by dechen; June 18th, 2017 at 04:27 AM.
    Anouk Genevieve | Juno Beatrix | Maeve Harriet | Gwen Isadora | Margot Winifred
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  5. #9
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    Thank you! I really like so many of these! My husband actually suggested Emmanuel last night, I could totally see us using that! What nicknames do you think work for Emmanuel? I'm not sold on Manny. Is Em too feminine? Maybe we'd just stick with the full name. Ines may also be a possibility, we both seem to be open to it. Eloise and Ivy are favorites of mine that I can't convince the husband on lol. Dominic nicknamed Nico might work for us too

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