On to the Ls

Thursday, April 14, 2016



We're almost halfway through the Challenge and today, we have a sampling of names starting with L.

Laciana      Beautiful one, Italian
Laella         Elf, origin – French, English
Leakiki       Ocean waves – origin – Polynesian

Lanz           Knight, A form of Lance, origin – French/Italian
Leander     Like a lion, origin – Greek
Leib            Lion roaring, origin – Yiddish


So hit me with some L names. 

10 comments:

  1. I too like Laciana. You don't hear the name Lance very often; at least I haven't in years; did know someone when I was growing up with that name.

    betty

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  2. I have a character I love and I've named her Lula! Her real name's Lucia, but that didn't give her the "attitude" I wanted. I like names that start with L. They're melodious.

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  3. I like the name Laella. Now I want to use it.

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  4. I've never heard of any of them, but I do like Lanz...

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  5. J here, of the #atozchallenge Arlee Bird's A to Z Ambassador Team.
    How has the challenge been going for you so far? Are you meeting your goals of posting and hopping to other blogs? M= 1/2 way point!
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    Those are some fantastic L names!! Thanks so much.
    I can hardly wait to see what you come with for X.

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  6. Most of the "L" names I come across in my genealogy research are simple ones like Liza, Lucy and Lillian. Lupita has been one of my favorite names.
    Finding Eliza

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  7. Laciana is beautiful. I may have to use that somewhere.

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  8. One of my favorite names, fairly common in the VI, is Leona. It just sort of rolls around and falls out of the mouth like a small waterfall tumbling over rocks, like gentle waves lapping on the shore. All those lovely vowels.

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  9. I wonder if Leakiki is shortened to Leak? Hope not. LOL

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