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July 24th, 2013, 12:09 PM
Claudia was a name I thought I liked once, till looked up the definition of it. Its meaning comes from the latin word for "lame". That nixed it for me.
"Derived from the Latin Claudius, an old...
July 2nd, 2013, 06:28 PM
Well, my daughter's name is Elodie Wren (she's two) so I am biased towards that! She has been called Deedee (no choice in the matter) due to her little brother being a toddler, but now that she is...
I love it. The only reason I wont use it however, it because I dont like the nickname Pippa after all the media attention about Pippa Middleton's back side LOL!
I like it, but personally would only use it as a middle name as I don't think it stands on its own that well phonetically.
I am not british - but my first thoughts on hearing the name, would be that this person is most likely british. I think of Rupert Murdoch/fox news. To me, it sounds a bit stodgy. I do think it'd be...
Thanks, I love some of the choices - Noemi for example - love it. Also, Tamsin and Giselle. Wynne would make a great middle name. Elodie, unexpectedly became "Deedee" as a baby, because my son is 3...
July 2nd, 2013, 11:00 AM
I like it, its on my 'maybe' list. I dont perceive it at all as 'flaky and over the top' like an above poster says. That she couldnt see a lawyer or doctor Philomena? Huh? Go to Ireland and I am sure...
I prefer Astrid.
I am having such a hard time choosing a name for this baby girl. Her sister's name is Elodie Wren, and I cannot find anything I like as much.
The names I do like, always seem to end in 'A' and our...
July 2nd, 2013, 10:16 AM
I like it. Simple, cute, and not too out there IMHO.
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