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margotandjerry Mon 20-Jul-09 06:23:58

Of all the variants Seraphina, Seraphie...I am feeling that the above is the best choice. Do you know any Seraphines?

seeker Mon 20-Jul-09 07:15:44

What are you planning for a "short"?

CarmenSanDiego Mon 20-Jul-09 07:22:57

Love this! I like Seraphina but it's too much of a mouthful and I'm not so keen on 'A' endings. Seraphine is gorgeous though.

Tinker Mon 20-Jul-09 12:09:52

Yes, I know one! Middle name though. Love it.

MrsDmamee Mon 20-Jul-09 14:19:53

DH would love to have a daughter named Seraphina, we are planning #3 at the moment so id say im going to hear it alot over the next 9 months,

Seraphine is lovely too.

MaggieBeBold Mon 20-Jul-09 16:20:10

I do know of one! A French woman who lives in co Cork. The mum wanted an unusual name, but the little girl seems to be called Sarah a lot!

Which, ironically, IS fairly unusual.

Thandeka Mon 20-Jul-09 16:43:23

I taught one and she was a total angel so very apt.

sleepycat Mon 20-Jul-09 16:49:02

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KERALA1 Mon 20-Jul-09 21:01:06

Sad sleb knowledge - think Ben Affleck's second daughter is called Seraphina. I think its lovely.

margotandjerry Tue 21-Jul-09 07:33:42

seeker - I hven't planned any 'shorts' as such...that will probably evolve by itself...but I guess Seraphi or 'Fifi' would be nicknames

piscesmoon Tue 21-Jul-09 07:43:28

I think that Sarah is much, much nicer.

imaynotbeperfectbutimokmummy Tue 21-Jul-09 08:39:54

I like it, however the image it conjures is that of very hippyfied, liberal parents who are of course, vegan!! That of course isn't neccesarily a bad thing [rin]

Definately a free spirit type of name

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