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Evangeline

Pronunciation:  ee - V AE N - j uh - l ih n

ee - V AE N - j uh - l ih n
see   very at no   jug up   let it no
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Pronunciation:  Multiple pronounciations:

uh-VAN-juh-LEEN

uh-VAN-juh-lin

uh-VAN-juh-line

ee-VAN-juh-line

ee-VAN-juh-lin

ee-VAN-juh-LEEN
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Pronunciation:  EE-Van-Ge-LYNN

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Type of Name:  First Name
Gender:  Female
Origin:  French
Meaning:  Gift of god, pure hearted, strong
Additional Information:  This name was popularized in the south of the United States by poet Longfellow. The story he wrote 'Evangeline' was about a southern nun who endured loss and hardship and continued to be a positive force and complete her work as a nurse, teacher, and foster mother.
Submitted from:  Slidell, Louisiana, USA

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Pronunciation:  Ee-van-g-eh-lihn

'line' is prounounced like 'lynn', similar to how you would pronounce Caroline, or Madeline. Saying 'line' is also acceptable, but the correct french pronounciation is 'lynn'
Audio:  Upload the Wav/MP3 file / Record Evangeline in your own voice
Type of Name:  First Name
Gender:  Female
Origin:  French
Meaning:  Gift of god, pure hearted, strong
Additional Information:  This name was popularized in the south of the United States by poet Longfellow. The story he wrote 'Evangeline' was about a southern nun who endured loss and hardship and continued to be a positive force and complete her work as a nurse, teacher, and foster mother.
Submitted from:  Slidell, Louisiana, USA

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