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Luca is an italian boy's name.
I love Wren.
It's funny... Rowe is a family surname for me and a couple of my male cousins have it as their middle name. But I'm thinking about it for a girl now that I see it in your list, I like it! But I know it's mainly because it has a strong family connection for me.
Luca Lou are two boy names.
I like Wren a lot.
Of your list, I love Wren. Not a huge fan of the other options, there just NMS. (Although I would like Arya because of Game of Thrones if it wasn't for the strong "ya" sound)
I do really like Isla as was suggested by PPs. Also, Lyra and Lila.
Wren is nice.
Arya is pronounced Are-yah. Is that what you want? Do you want Aria? Are-EE-uh? Then spell it properly. Switching out I and Y DOES change pronunciation. Yes, I watch Game of Thrones.
Luca is a boy's name. Absolutely NOT.
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I love Wren! Other ideas:
Wren and Aria are very pretty. I just met a woman named Dove.
A lot of good ones have been named: Brynn, Leah, Isla, Lucia, Elise
Other suggestions: Paige, Ivy, Iris, Maren, Cora
12Leslie:I love Wren and Aria... but I'm a Pretty Little Liars fan!
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I like Wren on your list.
Luca is a boy name and Rowe is a verb. Or a fight depending upon your pronunciation.
Suggestions: Lark, Joan
Joy2611:Arya is pronounced Are-yah. Is that what you want? Do you want Aria? Are-EE-uh? Then spell it properly. Switching out I and Y DOES change pronunciation. Yes, I watch Game of Thrones.
I'm not completely sure this is true. I feel like the actress playing her mother is the only one on the show that pronounces it that way. IRL I would take the mother's pronunciation over anyone else's, but this is television, and she didn't name the child. If GRRM pronounces it that way, I'm sold, but I've never heard him say it.
I don't care for Wren. It makes me think of the original Footloose with Kevin Bacon.
I would go with Wren.
I dislike Arya
Luca is a boy's name
Rowe isn't a name, it's what you do in a boat, gently 'cross the stream.