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    I quite like Josephine, but with Diesel being a...

    I quite like Josephine, but with Diesel being a bit further out there Kalliope makes more sense (and is lovely).
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    I like Natalie, Melinda, or Noelle, in about that...

    I like Natalie, Melinda, or Noelle, in about that order. Rowan is pretty unisex with a surname for a middle, same for Madison and Morgan and Brooke. That first name middle name combo ends up...
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    I think it's fine. It's one syllable longer - I...

    I think it's fine. It's one syllable longer - I get that it's also more letter and sounds but it's not insane. It's not Joan and Alexandria. And names don't have to be perfectly matched. It also...
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    I'm also a Jessica of the 1980s and I agree. I...

    I'm also a Jessica of the 1980s and I agree. I have no doubt that some people had weird experiences with highly popular names, but I was never in class with another Jessica until graduate school...
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    Gemma would pair best with a one or three...

    Gemma would pair best with a one or three syllable middle name that doesn't start with a vowel or end with -a.

    Some classics:
    Gemma Beatrice
    Gemma Caroline
    Gemma Catherine
    Gemma Rosemary (if...
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    Elliott to me is way more English surname than...

    Elliott to me is way more English surname than the Eli and Elias et al from which it supposedly springs. I wouldn't worry too much. Christian, well, I have a harder time hearing that and assuming...
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    Ursus, Urso, or Ursulo, from the Latin for bear?...

    Ursus, Urso, or Ursulo, from the Latin for bear?
    Karhua is the Finnish word for bear.
    Blanco is Spanish for white.
    I think Knut (prn'd Canute) was that famous polar bear in Germany a few years...
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    Best wishes to you, by the way!

    Best wishes to you, by the way!
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    I know you want distance from Sage but a nice tie...

    I know you want distance from Sage but a nice tie in with Sophia or Sophie, besides the S, is that they mean wisdom, and Sage, besides the herbal meaning, means wise.
  10. It's okay. I'd think it would get heard as Selene...

    It's okay. I'd think it would get heard as Selene a lot.
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    There are so many! Part of it depends on what you...

    There are so many! Part of it depends on what you consider classic.

    Albert - Alberta
    Alexander - Alexandra et al
    Andrew - Andrea
    Anthony et al - Antonia, Antoinette
    Basil - Basilia
    Bert -...
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    Posy is nice. I have a hard time imagining it on...

    Posy is nice. I have a hard time imagining it on an older woman, but to be sure, if I met one, I would adjust. My challenge with names that are light, like Daisy, and/or nicknamey, like Maisie(and I...
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    Well good! Then by all mean keep it : D!

    Well good! Then by all mean keep it : D!
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    Hmmm. Some of these just won't work in a...

    Hmmm. Some of these just won't work in a double-barrel. With Jennings such a heavily surname name I want to urge someting similar, but Barksdale and Henderson are pretty unusable on a girl for the...
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    I think if you love Archer more than all other...

    I think if you love Archer more than all other names, it sounds fine enough, it is a little catchy, but in a fairly neutral or even positive way.
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    Well, I really love the name, so yes, I...

    Well, I really love the name, so yes, I personally would. But if he doesn't really care, as in,he likes the name but isn't tied to it for family reasons, and doesn't dislike all other names or...
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    They really are all nice. Antonia has a beginning...

    They really are all nice. Antonia has a beginning very close to Ana, and Clara is very close to Lara. This could work to help her like his names, or, could help win him over to her side, if he sees...
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    Silas, Jude, Phoebe, Ramona and... Averill...

    Silas, Jude, Phoebe, Ramona and...

    Averill
    Caroline
    Clio
    Eleanor
    Emmeline
    Mae
    Maren
    Odette
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    Nameberry claimes Bryonia is a Greek variant of...

    Nameberry claimes Bryonia is a Greek variant of Bryony (meaning to sprout), although I'm not sure how much I believe that.

    More Greek Nature:
    Calandra - Lark
    Calantha - Lovely Flower (also a nod...
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    Re: Veda and Lena, do you like the Greek Leda?

    Re: Veda and Lena, do you like the Greek Leda?
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    Iris Melisande Iris Melita Phaedra Melisande...

    Iris Melisande
    Iris Melita
    Phaedra Melisande (maybe not if your last name starts wit S?)
    Helena Rosette
    Iris Amelie
    Iris Melita
    Persephone Mela/Mila
    Gaia Melisande
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    Agreed that it's a lovely list! Names that...

    Agreed that it's a lovely list!

    Names that honor Melissa that are middle name worthy
    Melina/milena/melena
    Melita
    Melisande
    Melise
    Roslind

    These are all nice. I do find Melise a little...
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    Greek flower names could include Anthea, Evanthe,...

    Greek flower names could include Anthea, Evanthe, Iris. Evanthe is kind of rhymey with Ariadne though, and Anthea starts with the same letter. Iris of course means rainbow in Greek but would tie to...
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    Pamela has the Mel element. Although it's an...

    Pamela has the Mel element. Although it's an English creation, it's from the Greek idea of pan - Mel - all honey, and related to Melissa in meaning by that too. Philomela is Greek and has Mel,...
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    Are you requesting just one name, combos like...

    Are you requesting just one name, combos like your other daughter, or both? Thinking and will be back with thoughts. Love Ariadne Marin!
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