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  1. #6
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    Using the magic of combining a load of names I suggest either Ronnie Delorah or Seres Arlene

  2. #8
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    I love honor names!

    I like Elsa Annalie for you with the nn Elsie. They are smoosh names to represent all for women. (Elsa from dELores and SArah and Annalie from ANNA and bonnIE). Or maybe use Elsia if you want to stay away from Elsa's Disney character.

    Darlene and Karlene also share Arlene, so Lena, Arlena, Ari, Lennie, Lenia, Arla, and Arlo could work.

    You could add an M to Arlene and create Marlene/ Marlena, nn Marlee or Marla.

    Darla
    Karla

    From Delores*Darlene, Bonnie*Karlene, Sarah, and/ Anna:

    Della
    Lordes/Lourdes (letters from Delores)
    Delaney (Delores and Anna)
    Delania
    Delta
    Sarie (Sara and Bonnie)
    Delonia (DELores, bONnIe)
    Onna or Onnia (Bonnie and Anna smoosh)
    Lennon (darLENe, karLENe, bONnie)

    Lenora Saranne or Lenora Annisah/Anisa -- these cover all 4 women.

    Delsie Ana - all represented, but Sarah by only the "s".
    Delsie Sarah-Anne - could use Elsie as the nn.

    Elorah Carrianne (dELORes saRAH / kARlene ANNa)

    A bit of biblical influence:
    Delores --> Delilah
    Darlene/Karlene --> Magdalena
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    Delilah Sarah means delicate princess.💕

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  3. #10
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    Sorry for repeats...

    Karlene and Darlene:
    Marlene
    Charlene
    Lena

    Dolores:
    Doris
    Laura (Too much of a stretch?)
    Elora (Same as Laura?)

    Susannah, Savannah or Sahara could work as a combo for Sarah and Anna together?
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  5. #14
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    My first thought was Seraphine/a as Sera is similar to Sarah and the -phine makes me think of the -lene in both grandmother's middle names. It may be a stretch, but the sounds are so close I think it could work. Plus you've honoured everyone with a single name. Anna Seraphine would be gorgeous.
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