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1
October 21, 2018 11:22 PM

Lana  eg Lane A for Laraina  La - rain- A would work.  I'd keep with the simplest spelling

2
October 21, 2018 11:19 PM

with that pronounciation I would spell that Lorna  Lorna could be a nn for Loraina, Lorena

I pronounced Lana - Lah na

Lana could be a nn for Leilana, Levana, Liana, Liliana, Leanna, Luanna, Luciana, Larina

3
October 21, 2018 03:52 PM

Ian to me is ee-an

Lillian Lil l yan

4
October 21, 2018 03:01 PM

Kadence, Kaelyn, Kendall, Katelyn, Karli, Kaela, Kendra, Kara, Karys, Kira, Krystal, Kristen, Kirsten, Kelsey, Kenzie, Kinzi, Kyra, Kinley, Kylie, Kayley

Nicole, Nora, Nola, Nadine, Nina

others  Amber, Ashlyn, Brielle, Erin, Elise, Chloe, Chantal, Celeste, Chelsea, Eva, Ava, Georgia, Jasmine, Josie, Jemma, Isla, Phoebe, Renee, Stella, Tara, Tessa, Zara

5
October 21, 2018 01:06 AM

It doesnt sound wicked/grim to me,  I think of the flowers

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October 20, 2018 07:30 PM
In Response to Too popular?

The connection to Blue Jay/Jae:   https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_jay

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October 20, 2018 05:57 AM

Ada is nice,  Arabella is pretty,  I dont like Daisy,  Maeva is ok,  I prefer Maeve,  Molly is ok,  it wouldnt really matter if you dont remember your grandmother,  she is your grandmother and if you like the name

Rosa is pretty, sounds ok with Marie,  Rose Marie would be ok too - I dont think the 2 would get confused,  2 different names

Rosanna and Henry are ok,  what about Rosalie

not sure about Rafaela and Henry or Rafael and Henry

what about Lillian, Lilith, Celia, Ida, Eva, Evelyn, Ruby

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October 19, 2018 03:34 PM
In Response to Too popular?

I know of one Avery - a teenage girl in the U.S. and a few young Mila's here (in Australia).  So I dont think either are too popular

9
October 17, 2018 05:36 PM
In Response to Indiana dilemma

I wouldnt see it as a problem,  I'm not American too,  first thoughts are Indiana Jones or the state.  I know a few Indiana's here and I'm in Australia.  Indi is quite pretty as a nn and Indiana goes along with all the other lovely ana names

10
October 17, 2018 05:31 PM

I'd probably use Louise, Louisa as a middle  or Eloise or Eloisa  others Lilou, Luanne, Luanna, Lucille, Lucinda, Louella, Luella, Marilou, Marylou, Marylouise, Louetta, Loulabella, Louisana, Emmylou, Lula, Lurissa, Louvina, Louelle, Lucy, Luciana, Tallulah, Luellyn

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October 17, 2018 12:23 AM
In Response to So torn...

I prefer Roland,  but I think Stellan goes better with the surname

12
October 17, 2018 12:21 AM

That are stemmed from the same name, but 99% of people wont know that and they are both nice names.  I think its nice to share the same meaning

I like Isabella better,  I think the Isabel/Isabelle/Isobel is more popular and you would have more spelling issues

13
October 16, 2018 05:23 AM

Leah, Lily, Lorelei, Lydia, Lillian, Lilith, Lucy, Lucille, Laura, Lauren, Laurel, Lara, Leticia, Lee, Leanne, Livia, Lynlee, Lynn, Lyndal, Leila, Leilani, Lisa, Leonie - is their a female equivilent to your dad's name

June, Jean, Juliet, Julia, Jade, Jasmine, Jessica, Jocelyn, Josephine, Joy, Jenna, Julie, Josie, Jane, Jacinta, Johanna, Jenene, Janine, Joanne, Jessamy, Jemima, Jessamyn, Jodie

Ruth, Ruby, Rachel, Rebecca, Rose, Rosalie, Roslyn, Raphaella, Rhiannon, Rochelle, Rhonda, Roxette, Rowena, Rosemary

14
October 16, 2018 12:04 AM

I think its fine - the sound at the ending of Lillian is different to Ian

15
October 16, 2018 12:02 AM

Davin, Liam and Ryan are fine

Radvin is ok

Arsham,  I think your son could get a hard time with this,  depending what country you are in,  Ars...

Tiam is ok

Ramtin is ok

16
October 15, 2018 11:57 PM

I think Elizabeth and Isabel/Isabella as sisters is fine

I would pick them in this order Isabella, Isabel, Annabel - sorry dont like Agatha and to me it doesnt go well with Elizabeth

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October 15, 2018 02:50 PM

I am not in America either,  but know a few little Indiana's,  I think its pretty.  For me I didnt even think of that,  just the state. 

You might get more replies if you post in the Baby Name Ideas and Dilemmas: Help, please! forum

18
October 15, 2018 02:44 PM

Congrats on little Florienne

19
October 15, 2018 10:51 AM
In Response to Which one?

Both are great names,  maybe you can decide when you see her.  I'd pick Genevieve

20
October 14, 2018 02:45 PM
In Response to Can't choose!

out of those names Scarlett Acacia

sorry dont like Sabella, Nyla or Juno.  What about Sylvie, Sylvia or Sybilla.  From your choices I'd put Sabella Nova 2nd