(Closed) Post Baby Girl Names (preferably starting with L)

posted 4 years ago in Babies
Post # 46
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Helper bee

Lorena (trying not to repeat what others have posted- this is all I could think of haha)

Post # 47
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

I love Luca for a boy although is starting to become popular among non-italians where I now live (UK) and I get upset wherever I see it spelled wrong (probably because I see the same starting to happen with my own name). I have also seen people call their girls ‘Lucca’ after the city. Not so keen on that though, and again, have never seen Italians spell it this way (doesn’t mean there aren’t any out there who do though). 

I love Lucia/Luciana, Liliana and Leana (lay-ana) or Liana (Lee-ana).

Post # 48
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

catki:  George Bernard Shaw wrote a play called Arms and the Man in 1894 with a female character named Louka, who was either Serbian or Bulgarian. Ever since I read it I thought Louka is a pretty name for a girl. It’s not common at all, but different spellings can come from different cultures and still be correct, just different.

I love Lana, Lila, Lilia, Liana, and Liza.

Post # 49
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

I have a friend with Italian heritage who had a DS named Luca (this is the correct spelling by the way). He was sadly stillborn so when she later had a Dear Daughter, she named her Lucia (pronounced Loo-CHEE-uh).

She was also considering Luisa and Lara because they wanted L names as a tribute to their DS.

Post # 50
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

unicornphish:  no, I know that it can be different with different cultures and countries but Im talking about people who have told me that they are giving or have given their child an Italian name but then ‘mis-spelled’ it in a way that isn’t Italian. Again, it’s probably because it’s something I take personally as one of the names I see/hear this with more and more often is my own and now that I no longer live in Italy my name is what makes me feel connected to my home country. Probably silly but names are a big part of our identity.

Post # 51
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

I love the name Lilith. I also love Lucette ever since I heard the song Lucette Stranded on the Island by Julia Holter.. it’s a beautiful, enchanting song. Makes me think I’m listening to a siren from an epic poem

I also like Lori. Leila. Lola. Lara. Lynda. Lexi. Lavender? Lucia. Lobelia. Lyssie. Liandra. Lianne. Libby. Laverne.  

 

Post # 52
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Bumble bee

I also second Lavender. 

Loveleen, Lovelina, London. 

Post # 53
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Newbee

This is a tricky one!

Lea

Luna

Leslie

Lyra

Lamia

Lakme (after the Opera!)

Luma

 

PS. I love Lucien and Lautrec for boys!

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