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  1. #1
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    Lorenza

    Lorenza

    Thoughts on this name? Would like to call her ‘Enza’ because my great grandmother was named Providenza. Don’t want people to be confused and think the last letter should have been an ‘O’. Also a simple middle name because the last name will be Gresham.

    Also any thoughts on Juliet and Antonia (Mother’s maiden name is Marcantonio)?

    Thank you!!

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    Lorenza is pretty and full of character! I like it!


    Lorenza Juliet would be nice -or Lorenza Julie?
    Lorenza May, Lorenza Hope, Lorenza Jane, Lorenza Jade and Lorenza Anne came to mind

    Juliet is beautiful and Antonia is strong and pretty
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    Thank you sooo much!

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    It sounds very pretty! Saying it out loud it sounds really nice with your last name.

    I also really like greyblue's name suggestions!
    Considering:

    Charlotte Isabella | Evelyn Rose | Esther Charlotte | Esther Rose | Evelyn Charlotte

    Benjamin Joseph | Daniel Joseph | Daniel Thomas | Joshua Thomas

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    I like it! The zippy ending reminds me of Kerensa, a name that's really grown on me lately. Lorenza sounds powerfully feminine. Love the idea of Enza to honor your great-grandmother!
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    I love the idea of honouring your great grandmother in this way. Lorenza is lovely. It's strong, feminine and unique. I actually think the familiarity of Lorenzo plays to your advantage because people will know how to pronounce her name. I don't believe people will think it was a spelling error or anything of that kind since many names have male and female versions.

    Either of your suggested middle names sound wonderful. It depends what's more important to you. Honouring family, meaning, flow, popularity or simply loving one name over another. All the best deciding!

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    Great name, and love the sound with your surname! I also really like Antonia as a first with your surname.

    For middles, I think a two syllable middle with Lorenza or a one syllable middle with Antonia.

    Good luck!
    Tara Cecilia (2017)
    Baby brother or sister on the way (2020)
    Let the naming games begin...

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