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Thread: Norah vs Nora

  1. #6
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    I love the spelling of Norah. I'm from the U.S.

  2. #8
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    I think Nora is way prettier than Norah, but that’s maybe because where I come from we don’t really have the H ending in names like Sara, Lea, Nora etc

  3. #10
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    Quote Originally Posted by wittyusername103 View Post
    Both are good. Norah is a fine spelling. Norah June would be a cute combo.
    Norah June is one of my favourite potential combos.
    Currently TTC our first baby!

    Crushin' on:

    Boys
    Adam - Leo - Max - Nathan - Beau - Finn - Kit - Rhett - Sam - Jude - Ennis - Luke - Henry - Ephram - Gabriel

    Girls
    Norah - Hallie - Maggie - Julia - Willa - Libby - Ruth - Edie - Beth - Annie - Thea - June - Neve - Tess - Leonie


  4. #12
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    As a full name, I actually much prefer Norah. It seems more complete to me, and I really like the look of the H.

    As a nickname for Eleanor, we felt that only Nora makes sense. We’re in the US.

    Norah June is wonderful!
    Elizabeth Coralie (Libby) & Charles Alexander (Charlie) - November 2015

    Eleanor Iris (Nora) - August 2017

    New Baby Boy - August 2018

  5. #14
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    Either way is fine, but for my own taste I agree that Norah feels more complete. I'm from the US. Beautiful choice!
    Last edited by katelyncolleen; June 14th, 2018 at 08:58 AM.
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