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Pluto30 Sat 31-Dec-16 09:37:29

What do you think of the name Seraphina? What nicknames do you imagine she'd get (I do like Sera)?

Also, do you prefer the spelling Seraphina or Serafina?

1horatio Sat 31-Dec-16 09:42:32

I prefer Seraphina,

Love the name, btw smile!

As for nicknames.... idk, maybe Saph? Pheena? Sephie? Fee-fee?

Only1scoop Sat 31-Dec-16 09:47:07

Spelling as in title nn Finn

mumhum Sat 31-Dec-16 09:51:54

Seraphina, nn Seph. Lovely name

Jooni Sat 31-Dec-16 09:53:47

It's a bit long and fussy for my tastes.

Sephy, Effie, Sera, Fin, Fina

I think I prefer Serafina actually. It looks a bit fiercer.

SuperFlyHigh Sat 31-Dec-16 09:53:57

Really pretty name and not one I'd heard of before. I also think Seraphine would work well too.

Staranise123 Sat 31-Dec-16 10:14:55

Seraphina is beautiful!

Nicknames evolve naturally but Seraphina is so pretty, I'd not shorten it regularly.

FannyWincham Sat 31-Dec-16 10:18:49

I know a Seraphina who goes by Raffy. It really suits her.

Pheebs77 Sat 31-Dec-16 10:27:14

Its very pretentious it'd only suit a certain type of child

Sophronia Sat 31-Dec-16 15:42:38

Seraphina is nice.


littlepinkmouseofsugar Sat 31-Dec-16 17:09:10

Love it. It was on our list but we had a boy. So one of our tooth fairies by coincidence is called this...

Saffy also as a nn?

Sugarpiehoneyeye Sat 31-Dec-16 17:26:31

Very pretty !

MrsMarigold Sat 31-Dec-16 17:30:58

I knew a Seraphina, known as Seri. Lovely name also lover Sabrina, and Serena

SausageSoda Sat 31-Dec-16 17:58:24

I prefer the spelling Seraphina. Saffy or Seri are the most obvious nn's I can think of.

Sera sounds too much like it would be mistaken for Sara/Sarah.

Sophronia Sat 31-Dec-16 18:31:38


MyBootsAreMuddy Sat 31-Dec-16 18:36:06

I think Seraphina lovely. Dd1 16yrs has a friend in 6th form who is known own as Sephie or Phie.

DramaAlpaca Sat 31-Dec-16 18:38:18

I adore Seraphina.

I'd probably go for Fina as a nn.

CruCru Tue 03-Jan-17 15:56:35

Seraphina is very nice.

SovietKitsch Tue 03-Jan-17 19:16:01

I prefer the Serafina spelling but my DD is ph spelling and love the NN Fina. It means fiery and ardent which is one of the reasons it appealed to me!

Bibblitybob Wed 04-Jan-17 15:32:14

I know a Serafina, she goes by Fina.

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