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The Children of Persida Nenadović

Persida Nenadović was born to the Voivode Jevrem Nenadović and Jovanka Milovanović. She married Alexander Karađorđević, Prince of Serbia. Their children were:Poleksija, "Princess Poleksija of Serbia"
Kleopatra, "Princess Kleopatra of Serbia"
Aleksij, "Prince Aleksij of Serbia"
Svetozar, "Prince Svetozar of Serbia"
Peter, "Prince Peter of Serbia", later "King Peter I of Serbia"
Jelena, "Princess Jelena of Serbia"
Andrej, "Princess Andrej of Serbia"
Jelisaveta, "Princess Jelisaveta of Serbia"
Đorđe, "Prince Đorđe of Serbia"
Arsenije, "Prince Arsenije of Serbia"

Sévérine



Origin: French
Gender: Female
Meaning: "Stern"
Pronunciation: sehv-REEN or sehv-RIN
Other forms: Severina, Seweryna

Thanks to Shelby for suggesting Sévérine. I am sorry it's taken so long to get this up!

This lovely French name comes from Severinus, which is a form of the Roman family name, Severus, meaning "stern". Sévérine is an edgy and chic name, and very unusual. In 2000, it ranked #403 in France, but has since fallen off the charts, though I wouldn't be surprised if a few daring parents decided to use it, after it got a bit of spotlight from Bérénice Marlohe's beautiful and mysterious character in the newest James Bond movie, "Skyfall".

 Sévérine is just one of the many different forms of Severinus. The original female counterpart is Severina, and is used in Croatia, Germany, Italy, and Portugal. The Polish version is Seweryna. For boys there is Severino, Séverin, Severiano, Seweryn, Severi, Severo, and Søren.
This name is almost universal, there is a form for everyone, and it would be perfect for a multilingual family. 

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