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I think that this is the most beautiful variation of Vivian. It looks very feminine, and could be shortened to Annie.
-- Eruanna_Meldiriel  7/14/2006
Vivianne can be pronounced VIV-ee-anne, though I've also heard it with the stress on the last syllable (but a secondary one on the first).
-- AnnaClaire  8/23/2006
Vivianne is a beautiful, elegant name.
-- CutieCupcake  8/17/2008
I like it better spelled as Viviane, partly because it's the name Marion Zimmer Bradley used for the Lady of the Lake in Mists of Avalon.
-- corvina  7/20/2009
This looks like it should be pronounced vivi-ANNE. I prefer Vivian, and only that spelling. Vivienne, Vivien, Vivane, Vivyan, etc. Are just not my cup of tea.
-- Anonymous User  7/31/2013
In my opinion, the most beautiful, classy, feminine and sophisticated name I've ever heard. I would pronounce it vivi-ANNE and am definitely going to use it for a daughter.
-- tsarinaoftheplains  9/8/2013
-- luxsword  4/28/2014
I love this name soooooooo much!
-- Anonymous User  3/4/2015
I liked Vivian but I now love this French variant so much more! It just rings out classy and sophisticated, and I love names that end in Anne. I also heard of this variant from the book The Strange and Wonderful Sorrows of Ava Lavender by Leslie Walton.
-- al84  12/12/2015
I don't like this at all. Why would you add Anne? Vivian and Vivienne are much prettier and more sophisticated.
-- Anonymous User  12/7/2016
I think this name is adorable and I love the spelling (so much more then Vivian). Sounds like a complex, pretty, upperclass name to me.
-- Katesnames15  4/21/2017

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