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I think we are narrowing in on who she is, but just for fun I thought I would put out a quick poll and see what seems to sound better to others ears. Remember that names are personal and I am post partum, so please critique kindly.
We like slightly different names with significant meanings (usually from a biblical or Hebrew etymology)
Zemira Naarah (Naw-rah)
Selah (Say-la) Nariah (Naw-RI-ah)
Nariah Chara (K-arr-ah)
Naarah (Na-aw-rah) Chaya (K-ie-ah)
If it helps, other children are: Caleb Josiah, Isaiah Logan, Elijah Isaac, Charis (K-air-is) Zariah
I like the CH names but I would want to pronounce with the hebrew ch sound, like in l'chaim.
all very pretty names!!
raising my two sunshine children.
Well, it's nice to see that the one we were leaning toward sounds good to others as well. Pretty sure we have a Selah Nariah. I didn't realize Selah has been on the rise (albeit not rocketing, which I'm glad) for years and was a bit surprised. I thought our other daughters name-Charis, would be a more popular sounding name, but that doesn't even hit the top 1000...
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