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Names with Sophie as a nickname?

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Posted 02 June 2020 - 11:21 AM

What are some names that could get to the nickname Sophie, besides Sophia? Either built-in or more subtle (sorry, I don't know how to say it any other way. lol). I love both Sophia and Sophie, but they're way too popular on their own.


I don't like Sophronia (because of the strong O sound near the end) or Sapphire/Sapphira. Saffron doesn't do it for me either because it reminds me of that flavored rice I love eating for dinner sometimes. XD My tastes lean mostly towards uncommon classic names.


I love Seraphina, but I don't feel right about using it because my sister is named Sarah and our relationship isn't a very close one.


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