Hazel either (it's ok), but at least it ages well. Rapunzel is pretty out there, in my opinion, and I just can't see it on a job resume. I agree with the poster who said it was like naming your daughter Cinderella.
P.S. I had a friend who always wanted to name her daughter Snow. It was her favorite name for years, but she just happened to fall in love with a man whose last name happened to be White. She honestly considered sticking with the name she loved until a few of us gave her our opinions. When she gets pregnant, she could go back to Snow. Ultimately, it's her choice, just like this is your choice. We're just giving you our opinions.
I wouldn't want Rapunzel as my name, so I wouldn't give it to a daughter.
Rapunzel syndrome is an extremely rare intestinal condition in humans resulting from eating hair.
It's usable - for a long-haired pet! :)
Nope, sorry, not at all. If anyone ever told me that their name was Rapunzel I would think they were joking.
I like it!
I wouldn't use it. I think its too associated with the fairytale character. And what if your kid ends up suffering from alopecia? Don't you think it would end up being really ironic?
Sorry, I don't think so. At least not in the US. I love Persephone on your list, though! Still the same magical elements but with much more depth and history.