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    Quote Originally Posted by duckduckgoose View Post
    Ziah (zee-ah, for a girl, not like isaiah). I love it. I made it up for one of my sims years ago. Won't use it cos it's weird and also kind of like mil's name.
    Zia (same pronunciation) means aunt in Italian

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphyrerose View Post
    i love the name dante for a boy would love to hear other ppls opinions as we are considering using this
    This is my DS's name, we are not Italian and so far we get nothing but compliments!

    Go for it!

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    I love Midori and Kahlua for girl names but people might think I have an alcohol problem.

    It's ironic cause I don't drink at all an never have :/

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    I would love to have a really pretty feminine girl with tresses of blonde curls and name her Adam!

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    I wouldn't use it but I love the name Honey for a girl. I suggested it when pregnant with Dd but dh wasn't on board. I also love Allegra if we have another girl but dh said it sounds like a *****y name (no idea why!)

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    I love Sueve (Sweeve) for a girl but don't feel like it flows with our surname.

    Marcel or Sawyer for a boy.

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    We liked Wolfgang and Sterling for a boy, but too scared to use it

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    Dh was almost called Wolfgang. He's pretty hairy so it Might have suited him too well

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    Teperance is the newest in my list...

    But I don't know if I am brave enough to ever use it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luna Lovegood View Post
    Teperance is the newest in my list...

    But I don't know if I am brave enough to ever use it...
    Teperance or Temperance?

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