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  1. #6
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    Dahlia is so lovely. Dahlia &

    Adriana (too many similar sounds?)
    Ainsley (love this for you!)
    Angeline/Angelique (I know a lovely girl named Angelique)
    Anika
    April (love this for you!)
    Aviana
    Bianca (also love this one with Dahlia)
    Elisa
    Freya (too similar sounds to Dahlia?)
    Jada
    Jillian
    Melody
    Phaedra (too similar sounds to Dahlia?)
    Sierra

    All of these are below the top 200 in the USA, I believe.
    Last edited by columbiacharm; January 11th, 2019 at 10:00 PM. Reason: Taking out some repeats.
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  2. #8
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    My first thoughts were Hazel and Evangeline!! I love so many of the suggestions that have already been given!
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  3. #10
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    Gosh, Dahlia is such a beautiful name. My first thought was Carmen! Nameberry lists it as unisex, but I've always thought it to be the ultimate feminine name: Mysterious, rich, strong, and literary. Imagining Carmen and Dahlia as siblings makes me swoon a little bit! Other ideas:
    Paloma: This name has only gotten attention recently, and I like it with Dahlia just as much as I do Carmen. It means dove, is frilly without being cutesy, and sounds absolutely lovely next to Dahlia. Dahlia and Paloma.
    Opal- This is a little more spare than Dahlia, but still ultra-feminine and refined. The caveat: Is it a color name? I've always associated it with the gem, but is it too closely associated with a color?
    Flora
    Magnolia
    From previous suggesters:
    Gemma- Another one I love for you. I like the idea of a flower name and a jewel name together, and they are compatible in terms of popularity and sound, without being at all matchy.
    Freya
    Hope this was helpful!
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  4. #12
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    Last edited by erin beth; January 12th, 2019 at 01:44 PM.
    Ellen Virginia * Audrey Cecilia * Edith Augusta * Claudia Jane * Sybil Josephine * Miriam Tess
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  5. #14
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    My first thought was Hyacinth-- a lovely bouquet!

    Some other possibilities:

    Dahlia and

    Amethyst
    Aurora
    Avis
    Celeste
    Clementine
    Constance
    Elisande
    Esther
    Felicity
    Ferelith
    Gwendolen
    Guinevere
    Hannelore
    Hermione
    Imogen
    Irene
    Ivelisse
    Jessamine
    Juliet
    Lavendar
    Lorraine
    Marigold
    Millicent
    Miriam
    Muriel
    Nadine
    Pauline
    Persephone
    Rosamond
    Roxanne
    Sabrina
    Scarlett
    Tempeste
    Valentine
    Valerie
    Vanessa
    Veronica
    Violaine
    Xanthe
    Last edited by davisellu; January 12th, 2019 at 02:20 PM.

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