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    I like Lucas too! My first thought when I saw...

    I like Lucas too! My first thought when I saw the title, before I read your choices in the post, was "he needs a Swedish name with that set!"
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    I would choose Matthew as well, with Erik as the...

    I would choose Matthew as well, with Erik as the runner-up. It all depends on whether you like the similarity of Erik and Evan or not.
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    Wow. I once dreamed that my husband and I had a...

    Wow. I once dreamed that my husband and I had a son (before we found out we were having a girl, our boy list consisted of Nathan, Theodore, and Zachary, IIRC). His name was Dean.
  4. Thread: Marianne?

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    I like it. The one quirk I can think of is, that...

    I like it. The one quirk I can think of is, that when a British friend came to the US and met another girl I knew, named Marianne, I guess he assumed that pronouncing it mary-ANN, as I assume you...
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    I second Ruby, or any other gem names like Pearl....

    I second Ruby, or any other gem names like Pearl. Do you like Imogen or Freya or Poppy? Some of the suggestions strike me as kind of British in an avant-garde sort of way. I love Hazel and Gwen,...
  6. Thread: Iris combos.

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    I like Penelope or Genevieve best also, although...

    I like Penelope or Genevieve best also, although they are all nice. Could you compromise and do something like Mirienne?
  7. Thread: MN for Ruth?

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    Poll: I agree with rachelmay that a name starting with...

    I agree with rachelmay that a name starting with a vowel will go best. Hooray for bonus points for saints! I'll try not to get too odd, although there are some great ones (Apollonia and Eusebia...
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    You could always name her Mary ____, and call her...

    You could always name her Mary ____, and call her by the second name. Loads of girls do that, especially since Mary was such a common name in the past. I have a student in my class now named Mary...
  9. Well, the woman I knew named Timea (who went by...

    Well, the woman I knew named Timea (who went by Timmie) pronounced it TIM-ea. I remembered that I also suggested it because the alternate explanation of its origin is that it was a variation of...
  10. I like the names you've selected. I see that...

    I like the names you've selected. I see that most of my suggestions have already been posted, so I'll just add a couple more.

    Helen: Has connotations of both Helen of Troy, and (St.) Helen the...
  11. Thread: Girls!

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    Elowen is my favorite. You could explicitly go...

    Elowen is my favorite. You could explicitly go searching for Welsh names, as they seem to fit your style. Aderyn comes to mind, and Bevin isn't Welsh, but is similar to the names on your list.
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    First, I love Lila (or Leila, or Delilah...). ...

    First, I love Lila (or Leila, or Delilah...). Jade, Audrey, or Ariella would probably be my picks after that. Based on the names that are your favorites, and I'm sure that you've already considered...
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    If you want to avoid the possibility of yet...

    If you want to avoid the possibility of yet another Emmie, you could take an alternative route to Millie, like Camilla or Milena.
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    You could conceivably name her Cornelia and call...

    You could conceivably name her Cornelia and call her Chevy. Chevy Chase's real first name is Cornelius.
  15. Thread: Marie?

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    Marie?

    We're choosing a backup name for Edith -- last time, we took two names to the hospital in case our first choice didn't fit -- and Marie seems to be edging out Abigail. We definitely want Marie as...
  16. Thread: Names!

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    Poll: The only one I really don't like is Aubree...

    The only one I really don't like is Aubree Brienne. The others are a much nicer mix of modern and traditional, and seem like they would age better. I'm not sure how to pronounce Eilidh, though. Is...
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    Ariel (or Vanessa, the Disney princess's human...

    Ariel (or Vanessa, the Disney princess's human disguise)
    Delphine (reminds me of dolphins)
  18. Thread: MarthaJane

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    I like it. A cute nickname would be Midge.

    I like it. A cute nickname would be Midge.
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    Help us with our choices for #2!

    With our first child, we took a list to the hospital of names we liked, and chose one there, so we could see her and decide which fit. We'd like to do the same this time, and we've got a few picked...
  20. Thread: This or that?

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    Aurora Natalia Natalia Natalia Aria Ava...

    Aurora
    Natalia
    Natalia
    Natalia
    Aria
    Ava
    Serena
    Serena
    Allegra
    Allegra
  21. Thread: Alice or Mary?

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    Poll: I like both Mary and Alice, but I'm not terribly...

    I like both Mary and Alice, but I'm not terribly fond of Louise (Louisa is much softer), so that decided it for me.
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    Middle name for Gwen?

    We're working through girl names, and it appears to be coming down to whether we can find a nice middle to go with them. What do you think of Gwen Antonia? Other middles for Gwen? I think because...
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    Poll: I like Marina, followed by Helena (HEL-enna, not...

    I like Marina, followed by Helena (HEL-enna, not Hel-AY-na), and then Camellia.
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    I would naturally pronounce it Row-ee-na.

    I would naturally pronounce it Row-ee-na.
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    Poll: The only one I don't think flows nicely is Brooke...

    The only one I don't think flows nicely is Brooke Natalie, maybe because they are both accented on the first syllable? Brooke Natalia sounds better.
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