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  1. Thread: Odin-Thoughts?

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    Great Odin's Raven! I would choose Henrik.

    Great Odin's Raven! I would choose Henrik.
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    My only suggestion hinges on how attached you are...

    My only suggestion hinges on how attached you are to the name Anna. Maybe you discussed elsewhere your attachment to it? But if you're even possibly open to considering other names, have you thought...
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    With a middle name that's short, androgynous and...

    With a middle name that's short, androgynous and unconventional I think you need a longer first name. Two monosyllabic names sound very choppy (i.e. Fern Scout). I would also stay away from obvious...
  4. You have such a distinct gender clade, it's...

    You have such a distinct gender clade, it's interesting. The girls are named vintage, romantic, somewhat British-feeling throwbacks, whereas your sons have rugged surnames (including the quite folksy...
  5. What's your surname like, are there siblings, is...

    What's your surname like, are there siblings, is there a middle selected....
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    Riker's Island is New York City's main jail, and...

    Riker's Island is New York City's main jail, and is a grim and horrible place. To anyone from the East Coast, "Ryker" or "Riker" just sounds like "Alcatraz."

    SEE is perfectly fine as far as...
  7. Thread: Rhea's arrival

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    I love the name Rhea-- are you pronouncing it the...

    I love the name Rhea-- are you pronouncing it the Greek way (RAY-uh) or the English way (REE-uh)? It sounds beautiful when paired with Celine-- lovely choice.

    Also... since I don't have the guts...
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    Well, it will fit in well enough in the current...

    Well, it will fit in well enough in the current naming climate. I think it sounds a bit like Dresden (city in Germany that was bombed to oblivion).
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    Of course not-- I don't own the copyrights. :)...

    Of course not-- I don't own the copyrights. :) Congratulations on your son!
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    I like your 'theme' of an adaptable Italian first...

    I like your 'theme' of an adaptable Italian first and a Persian middle. You're raising the baby in China, so are polysyllabic names a problem? And speaking plainly-- you're an American-Iranian couple...
  11. Thread: Tahj

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    I like Taj, which is the authentic...

    I like Taj, which is the authentic transliteration of the Arabic name. It means 'crown' as you might know, and has a laid-back vibe.
  12. Thread: Last three

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    Poll: I like the longer Gavriel-- it makes a nice...

    I like the longer Gavriel-- it makes a nice contrast to Meir & Sagi. Moishe just strikes me as extremely old-fashioned, along the lines of Herschel, and Hosea-with-an-S, in the English way, is so...
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    These names have dramatically different imagery...

    These names have dramatically different imagery for me. Levi is a bit folksy and definitely bilblical; Lucius is slick, refined, debonair and saintly; Lemington is a) a town in England and b) fake...
  14. Poll: Well, Cedar seems out of left field compared to...

    Well, Cedar seems out of left field compared to your other choices. Is there any meaning behind the choice?

    Just phonetically, I like vowel-rich Aaron with your surname, especially since it's one...
  15. Thread: Is River Usable?

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    Completely usable, if you live in the right kind...

    Completely usable, if you live in the right kind of place, and definitely not a one-man name.
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    I'm sorry, are you saying you're 44 weeks...

    I'm sorry, are you saying you're 44 weeks pregnant? You realize that's basically a biological impossibility, right?

    Edit: sorry, I see you're looking for a 1 month old baby. :)

    Solina seems...
  17. Thread: Bilingual kids

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    Well, we're failures. Our son knows about three...

    Well, we're failures. Our son knows about three words in Arabic. He can respond to simple, simple phrases but that's it-- and he exclusively responds in English. He hears it daily, and it makes his...
  18. Thread: TTC 6 Months +

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    Shannon are you taking oral Provera, timed in the...

    Shannon are you taking oral Provera, timed in the middle of your cycle? That's to give you a withdrawal bleed. As someone with PCOS you have a lot of estrogen, which builds up your endometrium...
  19. I agree with your analyses of your top options...

    I agree with your analyses of your top options (except maybe the popularity of Owen- I don't think it's a megastar like Charlie and Theo). As strangers we can just suggest names that have a...
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    It's so unusual that even a very minor famous...

    It's so unusual that even a very minor famous bearer like Conway Twitty might be the first association. But is has a hip vibe.
  21. As Harris and Ford are both surnames, I would...

    As Harris and Ford are both surnames, I would choose something that sounds very "first name-y" for the middle slot, to avoid Law Firm Syndrome (you know, "call the offices of Harris Grant Ford...
  22. Thread: Roland

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    Roland is your favorite name (and it's a great...

    Roland is your favorite name (and it's a great name-- the original medieval hero and all that). Full stop. You lovingly selected a name for your son that happens to share first syllable with his...
  23. Thread: Haytham

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    Well, as you might guess from my signature, I...

    Well, as you might guess from my signature, I like Arabic names (though they're rarely discussed here) and was excited to see your thread. I recognized it immediately but frankly I think few people...
  24. Thread: Baby #5 is here

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    Congratulations on your beautifully-named baby...

    Congratulations on your beautifully-named baby girl, and quintet.
  25. Thread: TTC 6 Months +

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    Aha, that explains it. If you're on progesterone...

    Aha, that explains it. If you're on progesterone supplementation you'll have quite light periods. It's the same as a woman on a Mirena or Provera.
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