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    Congratulations, you ended up with a perfectly...

    Congratulations, you ended up with a perfectly beautiful (and wearable and unusual) name!
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    Goodness, is there really such a structured class...

    Goodness, is there really such a structured class system in modern England?
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    I haven't chimed in for awhile, and I'm sure I'm...

    I haven't chimed in for awhile, and I'm sure I'm one of the early commenters whose input your significant other doesn't like! And since there's still some time and this baby hasn't yet been born,...
  4. Thread: Usable?

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    It really depends on where you'd be living. In...

    It really depends on where you'd be living. In LA, San Francisco, Seattle, New York, none of them would present problems. In the Midwest or the South, or anywhere in rural areas, only Emil would...
  5. My favorite such name is Emik.

    My favorite such name is Emik.
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    I like Zion Uriel or Zion Raphael.

    I like Zion Uriel or Zion Raphael.
  7. Thread: Kipton?

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    i grew up with a boy named Patrick who was called...

    i grew up with a boy named Patrick who was called Kip, so that's another full-name option besides Christopher.......
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    Since when is James "filler"? If that's so, then...

    Since when is James "filler"? If that's so, then all one-syllable names are filler. I actually prefer the purity of James over the surname-iness of Jameson.

    Declan is a great name. I don't...
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    From your list, I like Connor and Colin best with...

    From your list, I like Connor and Colin best with Lily, followed by Logan. Liam seems to similar to Lily--both 4 letters, both starting with "li".

    For Camden: It's also a beautiful seaport town...
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    You could use Bryn, which means Hill. Or Bryn...

    You could use Bryn, which means Hill. Or Bryn Liam, which would get you to hillbilly. :)
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    Maybe I should love Brooks because the boys are...

    Maybe I should love Brooks because the boys are sort of taking one back from the girls? Substituting an "s" for an "e"......Brooks seems pretentious and stuffy next to Graham and Patrick.
  12. Thread: betsy buttercup

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    betsy buttercup

    Betsy buttercup, are you out there? You must by now have had your baby girl......What did you end up naming her?
  13. Thread: Too much?

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    Poll: Wilder Smith is a cool name. Most people will...

    Wilder Smith is a cool name. Most people will never know he has two middles, or care......So I say, suit yourself.
  14. You really cannot count on the middle name to...

    You really cannot count on the middle name to separate the first and last name, except on paper. Unless you plan to call the child by the middle name......

    To me, a first name ending in x, like...
  15. Poll: Maeve Elowen!

    Maeve Elowen!
  16. Mira means "ocean, sea" in Sanskrit, and is...

    Mira means "ocean, sea" in Sanskrit, and is lovely. I'd suggest Mira Charlotte or Mira Evelyn.
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    What about Marlowe Brynn?

    What about Marlowe Brynn?
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    One monosyllabic nature name you may want to...

    One monosyllabic nature name you may want to consider is Tarn--- (or corrie loch); a mountain lake or pool, formed in a cirque excavated by a glacier.
  19. How about Marisol? Also really like Inez and...

    How about Marisol? Also really like Inez and Rafaela for girls. For a boy, Matteo might bridge Biblical/Hispanic.
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    I know a woman named Gwyneth, mom of 3 boys, who...

    I know a woman named Gwyneth, mom of 3 boys, who always goes by Gwyneth. It is beautiful and feminine and unusual--She's the only Gwyneth I've ever met. I think it's a great choice.

    Isn't the...
  21. Laramie Eppler is the name of the young male...

    Laramie Eppler is the name of the young male actor who played the role of R.L. in the 2011 film "The Tree of Life" starring Brad Pitt. Eppler is extremely gifted, as well as exceptionally good...
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    I know a 30-yr-old woman with this name, Micah,...

    I know a 30-yr-old woman with this name, Micah, pronounced Mike-a. I have another friend, also a woman, named Micca, who pronounces it mee-ka. I've never met a male Mica/Micah.
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    Harlow? (English word name)

    Harlow? (English word name)
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    I'm with this. Love the rhythm. Theodore Graham...

    I'm with this. Love the rhythm. Theodore Graham N-----er is also wonderful. Love the nn Teddy which you almost never hear now that Theo is so trendy. I'd eliminate Flynn because of the way it will...
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    Poll: With your last name, I don't really think...

    With your last name, I don't really think Calloway for a first name is a great option. Sorry about that.......Am I the only one that feels this way? Even as a middle name, I'm not so sure about it,...
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