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  • TwoSapphires
    TwoSapphires
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    * classic girl names?
    * biblical girl names?
    * 2-syllable girl names?

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  • TwoSapphires
    TwoSapphires
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    Mine, I think:

    * classic girl names? Julia, Elena, Lucy
    * biblical girl names? Sarah, Miriam, Anna, Hannah
    * 2-syllable girl names? Lucy, Sophie, Georgia, Nora, Eva (with the ee-va pronunciation, not said like Ava), Noelle, Cora

    ashthedreamer
    ashthedreamer
    Participant

    Classic girls’ names:

    Catherine (my favorite!)
    Eleanor
    Isabelle/Isabel (maybe not completely classic, but classic enough for me! :) )
    Grace
    Sarah
    Jane
    Anne

    Bible girls’ names:

    Hannah
    Rachel
    Eve
    Shoshana
    Julia
    Lydia

    Two syllable girls’ names:

    Eva
    Hannah
    Lena
    Sophie
    Lily/Lila
    Magda
    Ella
    Clara
    Cara
    Ivy
    Iris
    Arielle (in French, it’s said more like with two syllables–are-YELL)
    Olive
    Rachel
    Lenore
    Poppy
    Catherine

    And that’s all I’ve got at the moment. :) I’m sure there are others.


    marhogjo
    Participant

    Classic: Charlotte, Amelia, Lily

    Bible: Rebecca, Hannah

    2-Syllable: Holly, Clara, Nina, Nora, Luna

    ashthedreamer
    ashthedreamer
    Participant

    Forgot a classic one! Lillian! Och, really loving her today!

    TheWishingStar
    TheWishingStar
    Participant

    Classic: Amelia, Charlotte, Alice,

    2 syllable: Lily, Hazel, Rosette, Alice

    And honestly, I’m not religious, so most biblical names I either don’t think of as biblical because they’re pretty common (Like Rachel, Hannah, Mary. All very common), or I think they’re tacky because they’re really uncommon and obviously being used because the family wanted a biblical name (like Magdalen or Hepzibah). For boys names there are more that I see as biblical but not ridiculous, but for girls I can’t think of any that aren’t one of those two things… :/ So I don’t really have favorites, without looking up a list of biblical names and finding some that I like…

    Myosotis
    Myosotis
    Participant

    Classic: Imogen, maybe Amelia (I’m not a big fan of classic names)
    Biblical: I haven’t a clue, Miriam maybe…
    Two syllable: Lyra, Nyla, Jana, Enfys (En-vis)


    kimiha
    Participant

    classic girl names

    sophia, lily, grace, julia, rose

    biblical girl names

    leah, sara

    2 syllable
    nora, leah, maya, evie

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