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These are some Spanish feminine names I recently added to my PNL; please choose your favourite and your least favourite.Comments on all names are really appreciated.Alejandra
Berta
Carolina
Celia
Cristina
Diana
Elena
Fernanda
Flor
Helena
Noelia
Noemí
Paloma
Silvia
Sonia

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I don't enjoy Alejandra, Berta or Flor, and I have very powerful negative feelings towards a person named Fernando, so Fernanda (though I used to know a pleasant one, not Spanish) is tainted by association.I like Celia and Silvia in any language. And perhaps Diana would shed its Doomed Princess aura in Spanish? Would it still shorten to Di? Because that's a real turn-off.
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Favorite: Silvia
Least Favorite: Berta
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Hi !!!Diana 10/10 one of my favourite names.Sonia 10/10 one of my favourite names. Short, fascinating. It has a similar sound of sogno (sueño, dream) and suono (sonido, sound). Both in Italian and Spanish the connections work. Great name!Noemi 9/10 one of my favourite names. It seems elegant and modern at the same time. Celia 8/10 I like it, the Spanish pronounciation. It reminds me of Celia Cruz. Flor 8/10 lovely. Meaningful. Simple. Evocative. Paloma 8/10 one of my favourite Spanish names. Elegant, ageless, nature-themed. Elena 6/10 old-fave.Alejandra 5/10 boring.Silvia 5/10 boring.Berta 4/10 seems dated. Carolina 4/10 I dislike the sound.Cristina 4/10 boring. Fernanda 4/10 seems dated. Helena 4/10 i prefer other forms. Noelia 4/10 it looks dated. I prefer Noëlle.
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Favorite: Elena
Least: Paloma. Never cared for it

This message was edited by the author 10/16/2021, 3:18 PM

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Favorite: Silvia, love the meaning and how pretty and dignified it is
Least Favorite: Alejandra, not a fan of the soundLike:
Celia
Diana
Flor
Helena (not Spanish tho)
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I like Carolina Cristina Elena I prefer Naomi and Sylvie
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