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    I've bolded the ones I particularly like. ...

    I've bolded the ones I particularly like.

    Margo Milena - not bad, though I prefer the French Margeaux spelling, and even that is difficult for me to swallow, as I prefer "o" names to be left to...
  2. Miss Jane Annamaria Mortimer: Brosnan, Caleb...

    Miss Jane Annamaria Mortimer:

    Brosnan, Caleb William
    Cantwell, Percival Harry
    DeLeon, Dante Addison
    Gange, Milo James
    Giroux, Yves George
    McGirr, Avery Hans
    Meany, Norman Tennessee
    Melton,...
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    Felicity Penelope Iris Juliet Phoebe Mercy...

    Felicity
    Penelope
    Iris
    Juliet
    Phoebe
    Mercy
    Persephone
    Ivy
    Julia
    Chloe
  4. Thread: Boy name poll

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    Poll: I like Leo Benjamin best because not only is the...

    I like Leo Benjamin best because not only is the flow lovely, but also because it is the only name that doesn't end in "s". Anything ending in "s" might crash into "Smith."
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    Girls: Marianne Maria Boys: Marius Marvin...

    Girls:
    Marianne
    Maria

    Boys:
    Marius
    Marvin (?)
    Mario
  6. Thread: Aletta

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    I know a girl named Aletta. The only thing she...

    I know a girl named Aletta. The only thing she said on her name was that she disliked not being able to find little keyrings and such.
    My opinion is that it's a perfectly wearable, unique,...
  7. Thread: Dreamer

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    Now I don't feel so crazy for liking it initially...

    Now I don't feel so crazy for liking it initially :)
    But in reality, it would probably be a better name for a pet - I must keep this in mind for my next cat!
  8. I found the name Branson via Downton Abbey. But...

    I found the name Branson via Downton Abbey. But I like the name for the name, not the character - it's a softer, less popular version of Brandon for me. I also love the character Carson on that...
  9. Thread: Dreamer

    by jame1881
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    Dreamer

    I met a girl named Dreamer the other day. I had two conflicting thoughts: "That's cool and creative without being kre8tive" and "What a weird hippie name." But alongside names like Reverie, it...
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    I've bolded the ones I particularly like.

    Charlotte - on the up and up popularity-wise, but a lovely name nonetheless (it's more popular than Savannah)
    Quinn - I've always preferred this on a boy...
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    I heard a little boy in the grocery store being...

    I heard a little boy in the grocery store being called "Bishop." At first I thought it was a last name to Marty, the other name being called, but later conversation made me convinced that this was...
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    I know how you feel; I felt the same way about...

    I know how you feel; I felt the same way about Mercy and Clover. :) I'd say give it time, because if you're really hesitant on the name, chances are you'll find other stuff you like more - both...
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    Here's the thing: As a name nerd, I now pronounce...

    Here's the thing: As a name nerd, I now pronounce the name Emme-leen. Prior to being a name nerd, I would have pronounced it Emme-line. Also my mother, who is French-Canadian, probably would have...
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    Victoria Elsa Katherine Melanie Stephanie Helen...

    Victoria Elsa
    Katherine Melanie
    Stephanie Helen
    Owenna Cathleen
    Georgia Violet
    May Scarlet
    Wren Robin (lol)
    Janice Elaine
    Maggie Emma
    Roisin Brett
  15. What about Evelina? That's kind of like...

    What about Evelina? That's kind of like combining Evelyn and Fiona, though I know you wanted to avoid names ending in "a". If it ends up sounding too close to Amelia, you could always call her...
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    Louisa Constance Violet May Henry Oliver...

    Louisa Constance
    Violet May
    Henry Oliver
    Edward Sawyer
    Parker Lewis
    Philip Lawrence
    Vernon Avery
    Elizabeth Hannah
    Seth Brad
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    Definitely Rose. I love Rosa, Roisin, Rosalyn,...

    Definitely Rose. I love Rosa, Roisin, Rosalyn, Rosaline, even Royston on the masculine side. Pretty much everything except Rose itself :)
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    I love Louisa, and one of my favorite middles for...

    I love Louisa, and one of my favorite middles for it is Kathleen. I think -een names in general go with Louisa. So pick your favorite: Louisa Kathleen, Louisa Noreen, Louisa Roisin...
    I also like...
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    Percy Robert sounds much better, as does Henry...

    Percy Robert sounds much better, as does Henry Sebastian and Caleb Theodore. Cecily Pearl flows even better than Cecelia Pearl, I think :)
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    For girls, there's always the state...

    For girls, there's always the state flowers/birds/trees:
    Laurel (Connecticut)
    Lilac (New Hampshire)
    Violet (Rhode Island) (Hey Rhoda for Rhode Island as well)
    Clover (Vermont)
    Robin (Robyn)...
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    Poll: I love the name Ivy, but Vivienne Mae just flows...

    I love the name Ivy, but Vivienne Mae just flows so much better than your Ivy combos. I'd avoid Evelyn so you can initial toys, clothes, water bottles, etc with just one letter. Eloise and Vivienne...
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    I vote for Catherine Grace. They both have hard...

    I vote for Catherine Grace. They both have hard consonants (C and Gr) with soft vowels (ah and ay), whereas Rose has softer consonants and a very strong "oh" sound.
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    *General warning: I wouldn't pick a name solely...

    *General warning: I wouldn't pick a name solely for the nickname. Be sure you'd love people saying "Celeste" just as much as you love "Essie" - because that might be what your child decides to go...
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    No one's said Iphigenia, though I think that...

    No one's said Iphigenia, though I think that Effie might actually be easier to wear than that.
  25. Thread: Which one?

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    Poll: I voted for Patrick Edwin Rory, Henry Alexander...

    I voted for Patrick Edwin Rory, Henry Alexander Carson, and Luke Austen Charles because I think they flow the best. However, I just realized that if your last name starts with a K, your son's...
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