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    Depends on where you are. If people go with Sean...

    Depends on where you are. If people go with Sean in your area, chances are it wil be fine. If it's mostly Shawn or Sean, you might be out of luck. But, once you give someone the correct...
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    Poll: I like Bess because it's what people called...

    I like Bess because it's what people called Elizabeth I.

    Another one I like that's not mentioned is Biz. My husband's quirky artist aunt goes by it.
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    Really this is a world building question. What...

    Really this is a world building question. What do you want to define the characters? The identity that they had in the orphanage or the new identities they get when they are rescued? Perhaps some...
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    Poll: I understand the appeal of Freja, but I think for...

    I understand the appeal of Freja, but I think for ease of living with the name in an English speaking country, Freya is a great option.
  5. Thread: Is it useable?

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    I'm going to add in that I'm not sure how to...

    I'm going to add in that I'm not sure how to pronounce it. Also, I keep thinking "irony."
  6. Thread: Dimitri??

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    I have to admit I also found the name through the...

    I have to admit I also found the name through the movie Anastasia. To me, it's a nice mix of exotic and familiar and also tough and poetic.
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    Poll: I am going to second Marlowe for its association...

    I am going to second Marlowe for its association with Christopher Marlowe.
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    I like Irina best. It's the name of the...

    I like Irina best. It's the name of the protagonist of Chekhov's play Three Sisters.
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    Blaise is also a really cool saint. It gets my...

    Blaise is also a really cool saint. It gets my vote.
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    Solace and Winter... I think they're both too out...

    Solace and Winter... I think they're both too out there.
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    Poll: Bram is a close second for me.

    Bram is a close second for me.
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    Poll: They both seem like great names, but with...

    They both seem like great names, but with different feelings. Perhaps it will be easier to decide when you meet the little guy? :) But I always vote for Griffin. It's my favorite.
  13. Thread: Kipton?

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    I agree with emmbobemma--I think of "Lipton." ...

    I agree with emmbobemma--I think of "Lipton." "Kip" also means to take a nap in England. So, I think sleepy tea.
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    I also say vi-let

    I also say vi-let
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    While there are more atheists around, that...

    While there are more atheists around, that doesn't mean that we don't still attach cultural associations to Judas, Lucifer, and Cain. If you read fantasy and SciFi and/or watch action movies, these...
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    Griffin is my favorite! Go for it! As several...

    Griffin is my favorite! Go for it! As several have noted, a griffin is a magical creature, not a monster. Tell everyone you're going to name the kid Kracken for awhile and that will put things in...
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    I haven't met any little boys named Silas. If...

    I haven't met any little boys named Silas. If you really love the name, and it fits with your little guy, go for it. Those are the two best criteria for naming, in my opinion.
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    I have an uncommon spelling of a medium common name (Kelli). While I've grown to love it, most of my life I've been correcting the spelling of my name and I'd only go with standard spellings for...
  19. Thread: common name?

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    I'm in Massachusetts and I have been to several...

    I'm in Massachusetts and I have been to several play groups that had 2 or more Ava's under the age of 4.
  20. Poll: I voted for Zinnia Wren, but I also like Juniper...

    I voted for Zinnia Wren, but I also like Juniper Echo.
  21. Thread: Viola?

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    There's a great Shakespearian heroine by the...

    There's a great Shakespearian heroine by the name, which has always made me love it. I've always heard it pronounced VI-oh-lah in productions of Twelfth Night. There is a lot of interest in Violet...
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    Byron I've always liked because of Lord Byron's...

    Byron I've always liked because of Lord Byron's romantic allure, but then it always feels a little nerdy to me when I think about actually using it.

    Lorcan is really chewy. It takes a lot of...
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    My (Catholic) great-grandfather was Isadore, so...

    My (Catholic) great-grandfather was Isadore, so it has always been a male name to me because he and the saint are the only Isadores I had ever heard of before this post. But people name their little...
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    Griffin or Harriet

    Griffin or Harriet
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    We used prefolds with Flip covers (which are made...

    We used prefolds with Flip covers (which are made by Bum Genius) and we loved them. It was way cheaper than buying 20 or so AIO's.
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