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NN that comes to Alie or Sandra. (Both with an "AH" instead of "Aey") Example: "AH"lie instead of Alley or S"AH"ndra instead of SAND-dra.
nickname: al or ali
middle names: rose, marie, noelle, ines.
My natural inclination is to shorten to Ali.
I think "Ali" is a cute nn.
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wcvsb3b5:My friend's name is Alessandra. She goes by Alee.
Same here. My friend goes by only one "e", but I would assume it would still be produced the same way. It's a beautiful name.
Beautiful name! Knowing me, if it was my DD, DH and I would just call her "Al". We have a Johanna and we call her Jo most of the time (though Jojo and Joey are all her nns). But I think "Les" is super cute too.
A lot of they common one and two syllable middle names sound nice in my opinion: Alessandra Marie, Alessandra Lynn, Alessandra Grace
I love it.
I know one and she goes by Sasha.
I can't remember what her mn is, I think it's her mom's maiden name (her mom is from Russia so I'm not 100% on that).
I like Alessandra Elspeth, as pp suggestion. Lovely.
I love it!
I would probably use Al or Ali/Ally/Allie as a NN.
I immediately lean towards one syllable MN's. Do you have a long last name?How about Rose, Mae, Rae, Grace, Kate as MN's?
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BFP #1 1/5/13 EDD: 9/13/13 M/C 1/17/13
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kendra223:What about Alessa for a NN?
MamaCBear:I love it!I would probably use Al or Ali/Ally/Allie as a NN. I immediately lean towards one syllable MN's. Do you have a long last name?How about Rose, Mae, Rae, Grace, Kate as MN's?