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    I have there boys and we will not be trying for another but if any had of been a girl, I would have named her lillya, pronounced Lilly-ah.

    I also like Sage, Tess & Violet.

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    i have 3 girls Jemma Amelia and Lucie.
    we also like brielle brianna Eden bronte annabelle Sophia
    good luck choosing xx

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    but if you do it right ~ once is enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kw123 View Post
    Or Arya! Pronounced Ar-ee-a.
    This was going to be DS1's name if he had been a she!
    Arya Carrie

    I also like Aria too

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    Quote Originally Posted by CazHazKidz View Post
    Ooh lots of Game of Thrones fans in here!! I love Khaleesi, Arya and Sansa too. I also like one of the Direwolves names, Nymeria. So pretty
    Hmmm Khaleesi is a title though, as opposed to a name. Her actual name is Daenerys. Nymeria is pretty, I agree, I doubt I'd have the guts to use it. Arya is great (arrr-yah), a worthy character to be named for! and I like Sansa too On that theme, Jeyne and Brienne are nice too!

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    Eily (eye-lee)
    Raya
    Lara


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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    On that theme, Jeyne and Brienne are nice too!
    Jeyne is a great way to put a non- traditional spin on a common name too.

    (Sorry to derail, but how is Brienne pronounced? Read all books, but haven't watched S2 yet.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChickyBee View Post
    Jeyne is a great way to put a non- traditional spin on a common name too.

    (Sorry to derail, but how is Brienne pronounced? Read all books, but haven't watched S2 yet.)
    Bree-ehn They're amazing books and love the tv version

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    We came across the name Bria which we both love.

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    I love ARia!! Wish DH would agree to it


 

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