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Help!!! Need a name for our 1 week old???? Rss

Similar to some you had already kialah or could also spell it kiala. i love this name and it was on my list but i have a cousin called kia so it was a bit too similar for us
Similar to some you had already kialah or could also spell it kiala. i love this name and it was on my list but i have a cousin called kia so it was a bit too similar for us
Hi! I love the name Kyah but would spell it Kaia. Hope this helps! xx
How about..
Sylvie
Jodie
Mikayla
Kiah- This is my nieces name. Spelt this way.
Thanks for all your suggestions:) we have ended up calling her Kyah Mai smilesmile another K sounding name but it grew on us:) thanks again:)
Roxanne? I know it's probs not unusual enough and a bit dated, but tbh it was the first name I thought of when I read your other daughters names!

Romily
Ezra
Cecily
Micah
Azalea
Eden
What about Koa?
Kylah?(my nieces name!) And sorry just seen how long ago this post was made
Kaya
Adele:

This name has a particular charm to it. It means “noble”. The word L in Adele makes it a touch stylish.

Alexis:

The name of a 3rd

-century poet, Alexus is a Greek word meaning “helper”.

Bessie:

Honoring the famous American musician Bessie Smith and American silent film actress Bessie Love, Bessie itself means “pledged to god”.

Carmella:

Sounds like caramel and therefore has a soft, sweet impression attach to it. It means “garden”.

Clara:

It is a name strongly linked with strength and character. It means “clear and bright”.

Concetta:

A very unique yet pleasing name, Concetta means “pure”.

Delany:

It has been a famous Irish name for decades and is meaning “dark challenger”.

Drusilla:

This name has appeared in the Bible and was used in the “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, It means “fruitful”.

Evalina:

These kind of names having EV in them are quite popular right now. It has a very interesting meaning “wish for the child”.

Fannie:

It means “garland” and has very cuteness and charm attached to it.

Gioia:

Maybe harder to pronounce, pronounced as Joya, meaning “Joy”. What more do you want the calling your daughter joy?

Source: www.mygirlynames.com
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