- is a beautiful name for a girl that sounds cute for a little child yet grown up and exotic for a grown woman. I also love that it has a history of use in the Old South where I live.
- just a really awesome name with a potentially great nickname: Indy! I'm from Indiana...And naming a child Indiana would just be TOO obvious! LOL...No, I am really into traveling-- and I loved going to India...
- Short, strong sounding name, lots of vowels, pretty sounding name, exotic connotations, good for people of all races and can be used the world over
- India Amandine - India because it's not only a literary classic name, it's a semi-trendy country name that ultimately has it's linguistic root meaning in Sanskrit: River. (as is Indus River). The country itself is lovely (albeit crowded!)and is culturally amazing! India also has a strong yet feminine feeling to it. Amandine - Is an old, French, pet form of the ultra popular Amanda. It feels classier than Amanda, stronger too and a bit less fluffy, while retaining a feeling of grandeur & dignity. I think an Amandine would feel quite comfortable in front of the Queen of England!
- India Jade: It's different, but I really think that if I ever have a little girl, this may the name I give her.
- India Lee: Extrememly dreamy and pretty.
- India Selene: I like the name India Selene because its beautiful and unique
India was first used as a name in the Victorian era in England, where it was often given to girls of aristocratic families who had ties to the former British colony. In the USA it is often associated with the character of India Wilkes from Margaret Mitchell's novel Gone With The Wind.
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