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She’s 8 weeks old, super playful and sweet. I generally use regular names for my pets, like Alice, Sadie, Wilbur, and Frank.
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Oh goodness, I know her "twin" . His name is Brito.
 

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someone suggested Cinca.
because she was born on cinco de Mayo.
do you guys think that’s a cute name?
 

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When you said she's playful, I thought of the name Roxy. I think it works nicely with your style of more "old-fashioned" people's names too.

The cinco de mayo reference is kinda cool, but I think Cinca doesn't sound great out of context and requires some explaining to make sense (just my opinion). You could still go with a Spanish name but something more traditional, like Alma which is in keeping with your other pets' names but gives your pup a Spanish twist. The name means "soul", which has a nice spiritual side.

Just my two cents!
 

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If you want a Cinco de Mayo commemoration, you could call her Zaragoza!

...I was joking, but "Zara" is actually pretty cute.
 
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