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    1. Veronica 2. Fiona 3. Gwyneth 4. Helena 5....

    1. Veronica
    2. Fiona
    3. Gwyneth
    4. Helena
    5. Susanna
    6. Cordelia
    7. Winona
    8. Lenore
    9. Daphne
    10. Felicity
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    Onora pn oh nor ah nn ora or nora (dnt really...

    Onora pn oh nor ah nn ora or nora (dnt really like nora)
    Oriana pn O ri aana nn Ori
    Oria pn Or ree ah nn ori or Ora
    Orali pn O rah li (not lee) nn Ora
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    Cordelia Irene Veronica Lenore Fiona Gwyneth ...

    Cordelia Irene
    Veronica Lenore
    Fiona Gwyneth
    Susanna Daphne
    Helena Odette
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    Almost all my favorite girl names end in A...

    Almost all my favorite girl names end in A (Veronica, Cordelia, Fiona, Eliza, Susanna, Helena, Winona), and I seem to really like boy names that begin with D (Dexter, Dean, Dominic, Damian, Damon).
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    Definitely prefer Jett to John/Jack/Jude etc, and...

    Definitely prefer Jett to John/Jack/Jude etc, and LOVE Jett Thomas GreekSurname.
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    Glad most people seem to like this "non-smush...

    Glad most people seem to like this "non-smush smush." I typically don't care for smushes myself.

    Lol ... nope, won't use my dad's middle (Ralph) and can't use SO's dad's middle (Alan) because I...
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    Honoring - too little connection?

    My SO and my father were both given one grandfather's name as a first and other's as a middle. I kinda like it because it's a very strong connection, but on the other hand, I'd really like to use...
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    I like Beatrix Ivy or Beatrix Irene over Beatrix...

    I like Beatrix Ivy or Beatrix Irene over Beatrix Isla/Iris/Isadora/Isolde/etc because they all have strong S sounds which clash with the X in Beatrix IMO.
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    I agree with pps. Aislinn is a lot better and...

    I agree with pps. Aislinn is a lot better and less trendy than Ashlyn.
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    Personally, though Lucy doesn't have the clashy...

    Personally, though Lucy doesn't have the clashy -a ending, Tessa has a much better feel with Giovanna. I think Lucy and Giovanna clash style wise instead of flow wise, and I'd vote style is more...
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    Daphne, hands down. Love Daphne Juliet. Very...

    Daphne, hands down. Love Daphne Juliet. Very vibrant combo.
  12. ...a? Veronica ...n? Gwen ...y/ie? Coralie...

    ...a? Veronica

    ...n? Gwen

    ...y/ie? Coralie

    ...L? Pearl ... not so fond of this one, it's just ok as a middle
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    I definitely don't see Helen and Iris as old lady...

    I definitely don't see Helen and Iris as old lady names. They are gorgeous together.

    Hm, greek mythology + "old lady"... I think of Helen, Iris, and Daphne. And it doesn't end with an 'a'! It's...
  14. Oh I also like your tastes. Quite different, but...

    Oh I also like your tastes. Quite different, but I think you could find a happy middle. I like the suggestions of Sidonie and Rosalind.

    If he likes Ada, though, why not Augusta? It was her first...
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    Eliza Early high school, I started loving it...

    Eliza

    Early high school, I started loving it while reading Shamon King manga. Sill love it, though it's rising and now it's only my sixth favorite after Veronica, Cordelia, Gwen, Fiona, and...
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    Some are a little more out there: I only went...

    Some are a little more out there:

    I only went back to 1700-1800

    Medford
    Zelda
    Dinah
    Woodrow
    Clarence
    Valentine (boy)
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    Helena not only sounds like Eleanor, they are...

    Helena not only sounds like Eleanor, they are related. Both are forms of Helen. Too bad, because I like like Eleanor best with your set. Lady names, I would say. Helena is a lady, Scarlett is a lady,...
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    1./2. had some of this for my the weirder names I...

    1./2. had some of this for my the weirder names I like... Misha/Emrys/Nimueh. Don't think I'd end up using them, though, so its never bothered me much.

    3. My family doesn't know. I think my...
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    Maternal grandfather: Frank Maternal...

    Maternal grandfather: Frank
    Maternal grandmother: Martha Jane
    (they divorced and got remarried, I only know my step-grandfather Phillip Conrad)

    Paternal grandfather: Charles Arthur
    His...
  20. I'm 21 and my family does not know, though I have...

    I'm 21 and my family does not know, though I have had quick discussions with friends and my boyfriend occasionally reads over my shoulder. It isn't something I feel a need to hide because loving...
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    You mean that the Helen-ah pronunciation shares...

    You mean that the Helen-ah pronunciation shares an -en sound with Gwen? Yeah, that's fine with me. The difference in the starter/ending sounds and the number of syllables makes it ok, I think. I tend...
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    Pronunciation issues - too much?

    I'm rounding out my top 3 girl names, which are currently Veronica Lenore, Gwen Cordelia, and Helena Daphne and I am trying to decide if Helena just has too many possible pronunciations to use.

    I...
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    Though there are a lot of girl names with 'a'...

    Though there are a lot of girl names with 'a' endings. I seem to be especially fond of them. All but 1 of my top 10 for girls ends in 'a', the exception being 'Gwen'.

    For boys, I have the...
  24. Thread: Middle name?

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    I agree 100% with jesba. Rylee Grace is kinda...

    I agree 100% with jesba. Rylee Grace is kinda generic-feeling since they are both so popular in each spot, and I personally prefer the Riley spelling. Riley/Rylee Geneva feels a little too place-name...
  25. Gotta say I see Odin as more of a puppy name on...

    Gotta say I see Odin as more of a puppy name on the whole... Velvet, I don't particularly care for as a first name. Think it could be gorgeous in the middle, though. Thalia Velvet, Helena Velvet,...
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