Nicoleta Ioniță

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Hazel, girl names, unique girl names, baby names, uncommon names, middle names, first names. H names, names that start with H

Hazel / Old English: from the hazel tree (by Samantha Harrington)

Jorah, early rain, boy, baby, man, male, strong baby names. Unique biblical names. Names that start with J . #hebrewnouns

Jorah, early rain, boy, baby, man, male, strong baby names. Unique biblical names. Names that start with J . #hebrewnouns

Baby Boy Name: Seth. Meaning: Appointed One. Origin: Hebrew. http://www.pinterest.com/vintagedaydream/baby-names/

Hebrew Boy Name: Seth. Meaning: Appointed One.

Samaira, name meaning: enchanting, Indian names, names, S baby girl names, S baby names, female names, whimsical baby names, baby girl names, traditional names, names that start with S, strong baby names, unique baby names, ttc, baby names, pregnant, pregnancy, expecting, boho names, boho baby

Samaira, name meaning: enchanting, Indian names, names, S baby girl names, S baby names, female names, whimsical baby names, baby girl names, traditional names, names that start with S, strong baby names, unique baby names, ttc, baby names, pregnant, pregnancy, expecting, boho names, boho baby

Sansa, unique girl name, female names, baby girl names, strong names, baby names, uncommon names, middle names, first girl names, names that start with S.

Sansa, unique girl name, female names, baby girl names, strong names, baby names, uncommon names, middle names, first girl names, names that start with S.

Baby Girl Name: Tavia. This Scottish name is pronounced tah-via with a short A. Meaning: Twin. In English it is also considered a variant of "Octavia" meaning "Eigth" and would be pronounced tay-via with a long A. I like both pronunciations! http://www.pinterest.com/vintagedaydream/baby-names/

This Scottish name is pronounced tah-via with a short A. In English it is also considered a variant of "Octavia" meaning "Eigth" and would be pronounced tay-via with a long A. I like both pronunciations!