Top 10 Cities With Female Sounding NamesMetal_Treasure City names that sound feminine to you, which may differ from the meaning in the local languages or the story of the name.
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Good point... I know like three girls from my school with the name "Manila" - Fandom_Lover
@Fandom_Lover - yes, this is an actual city, the capital of Bulgaria - a small country north of Greece.
Sofia became popular among the metal fans like me thanks to a great live show: "The Big 4 of Thrash: Live from Sofia, Bulgaria, 2010 (Metallica / Slayer / Megadeth / Anthrax)".
I think there's also a small city somewhere in the US, and a small town in West Virginia, US but the spelling is a bit different (Sophia).
And maybe everybody has heard of Sofia Vergara.
Sophia, or Sofia, is the Greek goddess of wisdom (the word means "wisdom"). - Metal_Treasure
Wait.. This is an actual name of a city? - Fandom_Lover
One of my friends lives there. It sounds more like a male name then a female name to me. - TwilightKitsune
Thanks for your comment, TwilightKitsune - it points out some cultural differences. I have no idea what is the meaning of this word in the country of origin but to me it rather sounds like a female name. Ha! - Metal_Treasure
Odessa is also in Texas - Lucretia
Italy. This is where Romeo and Juliet took place
Reminds of Viagra. My parents got married in Niagara falls, the American side, and it was nice - Lucretia
One of the subarbs of Cleveland, yet has no Italian people or Italian original citizens... hm - Lucretia
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