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  1. #6
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    Eliska was my first idea. I utterly adore it. It's a Czech diminutive of the original Hebrew form of Elizabeth, Elisheva. I think Anouk ____ Eliska would be stunning. A lot of different nationalities, but still really awesome. Even just Anouk Eliska.

    I think Elisabetta or Elisheva would also be very cool. Otherwise, I like the suggestions of Elsa and Lisette, which are both huge favorites of mine, as well.

    Ohhh, and I also love Ysanne and Ysaline... both come from the Isabel- names, I believe, both with French background... but still legitimate forms of Elizabeth, as far as I know. I would love to see Anouk ______ Ysaline! (ee-sahn and ee-sah-leen)

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  2. #8
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    I like Elzbieta and Elspeth.

    Also, I love Anouk!
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  3. #10
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    Oh, I love Anouk. Great to see it being used. From the "related to" list I like:
    Anouk Elspeth
    Anouk Ilsa
    Anouk Bettina
    Anouk Elisabetta
    Anouk Elizaveta
    Anouk Lieselotte
    Anouk Lilianna
    Anouk Marlies
    Anouk Zabel

  4. #12
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    Thanks for all of the suggestions & for those who like Anouk ( that always warms my heart a bit, as not everyone does!)

    I really like Zabel which a few suggested, it just looks like a great modern take on Elizabeth.
    I also like Elizaveta, Eliska, Lieselotte, Elisabet, Elisabetta, Lisette. Many more good ones to ponder now!

    Ohhh, and I also love Ysanne and Ysaline... both come from the Isabel- names, I believe, both with French background... but still legitimate forms of Elizabeth, as far as I know. I would love to see Anouk ______ Ysaline! (ee-sahn and ee-sah-leen)
    Oh I love these too. Ysaline is gorgeous. I may have to get over my Isabel thing, as these names sound so different from the original.
    Last edited by bluedahlia; August 24th, 2011 at 06:57 AM.

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