Celine or Selene?

I think I like the spelling of [name]Celine[/name] more, but I love the meaning of [name]Selene[/name]. [name]Celine[/name] is French for “heaven” while [name]Selene[/name] is associated with the Greek goddess of the moon. Thoughts?

I personally prefer the look of [name]Selene[/name] over [name]Celine[/name] since the [name]Celine[/name] spelling is almost exclusively associated with [name]Celine[/name] [name]Dion[/name].

I prefer [name]Selene[/name]. I think the spelling is nicer, and [name]Celine[/name] is heavily associated with [name]Celine[/name] [name]Dion[/name].
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I like [name]Selene[/name] better, mostly because of [name]Celine[/name] [name]Dion[/name] but I think [name]Selene[/name] looks prettier. I also pronounce them slightly differently- [name]Celine[/name] as [name]SAY[/name]-leen and and [name]Selene[/name] as SUH-leen. And I like SUH-leen a little bit better. :slight_smile: