Two syllable old fashioned girl's name?

My husband and I really like classic, old fashioned names and are looking for a two syllable one for our baby girl. Any suggestions?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    I also love classic, old fashioned names. Here are some of my favorites:

    Anna (Grace)

    Eva (life)

    Bella (beautiful)

    Charlotte (free)

    Clara (bright/clear)

    Liza (from Elizabeth, my God is a vow)

    Celeste (Heaven)

    Cora (maiden)

    Georgia (farmer)

    Gracie (grace)

    Hannah (grace)

    Ivy (ivy)

    Lila (dark beauty)

    Lucy (light)

    Molly (bitter)

    Nora (light)

    Rosie (rose)

    Phoebe (the moon)

    Stella (star)

    Nola (white shoulder)

    Helen/Ellen (light)

    Flora (flower)

    Julie (youthful)

    Rachel (lamb)

    Audrey (noble strength)

    Alice (truth)

    Tessa (reaper)

    Maxine (the best)

    Leah (knot)

    Sarah (princess)

    Tilda (warrior)

    Louise (strength)

    Good luck finding the best one!

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  • tafoya
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    Ada Louisa Clara Rose Jane Blanche Adele Adelia Elaine Adelaide Adeline Annabeth Amabella Camille Cecilia Cecily Celeste Charlotte Clara Corinne Elise Ellen Eloise Elsa Elspeth Erma Esme Estelle Ethel Etta Felicity Francine Frances Georgia Gladys Hazel Helen Ida Iris Gemma Judith Lila Louise Louisa Lucia Mabel Martha Marta Mavis Mena Millicent Myra Myrna Myrtle Nadine Naomi Opal Phoebe Ruth Simone Sonya Stella Thea Vada Winifred Violet Vivian Willa Zella would My faves: Louisa and Clara.

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  • cronic
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    Classic Old Fashioned Girl Names

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  • 1 decade ago

    Aura Leigh

    Sarah Kate

    Morgan Elise

    Liza Erin

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Sarah, Anna, sophia, ava, mary, Ruth, Martha, MaryAnn, Tina, Maria, Vicki, Louise, emily, Debbie, Hannah, Abigail, Isabel, Rosemary, Vita, Haddie, Julia, Elizabeth, laura, Olivia, Clara,Lily,Rosalie,Bertha, Mabel, Mildred, Helen and Hazel. The BIBLE may be the best source for old-fashioned names!

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    LeeAnn, Emma, Gracie, Carly, Laci, Abby

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Well I love the name Emily (my sister's name) .....

    Lorraine

    Elaine

    Emma

    Charlotte

    Sarah

    Danielle

    Ellen

    Irene

    Mary

    Katherine

    Here are some 3 syllable names . . . (just in case)

    Madeline

    Sophia

    Isobel (or Isabelle)

    Allison

    Angela

    Hope this helps!! I don't know if my name is "classic" but maybe you could use Julie!

    ♥Julie♥

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  • 1 decade ago

    I may be a bit biased because it's my middle name, but Elaine is beautiful! She could always go by Lane for a nickname if she wanted! :)

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  • jk
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    Vera

    Elsie

    Elsa

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  • Riecey
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    Celeste

    Patrice

    Helene

    Sophie

    Greta

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