same as teacherma, I’ve only seen Nayelli spelled as [name]Nayeli[/name]. Beautiful meaning by the way, looks like a [name]Valentine[/name]'s [name]Day[/name] name
[name]Alma[/name] - is spanish for word “Soul”. I think this name is kind of spiritual and heavy. I think it’s very feminine that it both starts and ends with an A
[name]Cielo[/name] (see-ay-low) - is spanish word for both “[name]Heaven[/name]” and “[name]Sky[/name]”. [name]Lovely[/name] name. Makes me think in “[name]Blue[/name] [name]Sky[/name]”.
[name]Graciela[/name] (grass-E-L-[name]AH[/name]) - It has a beautiful sound in spanish. Much better than [name]Gabriela[/name] because doesn’t have that strong sound of BR part in spanish.
[name]Ariadna[/name] - Beautiful name. I just dislike the spanish sound of DN, so that’s why I think that [name]Ariana[/name] or [name]Arianna[/name] sound much better in spanish.
[name]Marisol[/name] - Makes me think in [name]Mar[/name]-Y-[name]Sol[/name] (spanish for Sea-And-[name]Sun[/name]). I will use this name in a girl that lives near of the beach.
Vian - It’s the first time I see this name. I like it because I saw a name in a cloth tag brand that was Vianny and has been returning to my mind for some reason.
[name]Ivette[/name] - Usable. But I have seen a lot more [name]Lizette[/name]'s than [name]Ivette[/name]'s.
[name]Lizette[/name] - Very fashionable. It’s just that I dislike how names ending in -ET, -ETTE sound in spanish. But many mexicans love them and use them, as thetxbelle said before.
[name]Anali[/name] ( ana-lee) - I think that names in spanish ending in -I sound tenderly. It sounds beautiful in spanish. I used to consider it for a children but my husband doesn’t care about this name.
[name]Jesenia[/name] - I have seen it spelled as [name]Yesenia[/name], and I like much better the way you have it!!! Looks more sophisticated. I don’t think that anybody is pronouncing this name different in either ways, so I don’t see an issue in this name.
[name]Mariza[/name] - I have an aunt using nn [name]Marisa[/name], although I honestly like more [name]Marissa[/name]. I attended junior-high with a [name]Maritza[/name]. I have come to learn that Mayan and Nahuatl languages has a lot of names using TZ.
[name]Mayela[/name] (my-L-ah) - I dislike this name as a feminization of [name]Mario[/name] because I think that’s why [name]Maria[/name] is for. I don’t like it’s sound either. But it’s widely used, many people has this name. I have a friend that has it as her middle name.
Nayelli (nye-L-E) - I’d rather [name]Nayeli[/name]. Girl’s names in spanish ending with I sounds tenderly most of the times.
[name]Rocio[/name] ( roe-see-oh) - spanish word for dew. I like it because I have a close friend with that name. It also has a nice sound.
All these names are widely known except for Vian.