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    I like Lorraine, and it it can be seen on a...

    I like Lorraine, and it it can be seen on a child, teen, and adult women. My sister-in-law is 14 and her name Kendra Lorraine, named after her grandmother. I met Kendra when she was nine, so I can...
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    I'm going to be the party pooper here. I like...

    I'm going to be the party pooper here. I like Ermintrude. I think it will be hard to wear in the same way Bernadette, Gertrude, Olga, Ingrid, Mabel, Thomasina, Ernestina, and Astrid would be all...
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    I think in your case, you may be cutting it close...

    I think in your case, you may be cutting it close by having soo many similarities, HOWEVER, the names really sound and look aesthetically different that in the end you will hardly notice it. I think...
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    Thank You everyone for your responses, you all...

    Thank You everyone for your responses, you all made great points. I'm really in love with the name. The alternatives or honorary mentions are Cynemund, Cyndryn, Cynebald, Cyneberht, Cynefrith,...
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    I think so too! People should be able to catch on...

    I think so too! People should be able to catch on fairly easily. My father was named Robin, the pet form of Robert, but after a few corrections, people finally understood that his name was Robin not...
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    I agree, and I'd be excite to meet one too. Yes,...

    I agree, and I'd be excite to meet one too. Yes, we do have English/Norse heritage.
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    After doing some research, and asking some...

    After doing some research, and asking some etymologists, the proper way to say the name: it is Kin-uh-wulf. The alternative spelling and pronunciation is Kin-wulf/Cynwulf, where you are just dropping...
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    Cynewulf

    My husband wants to use the name Cynewulf for a boy. When I hear the name I see it as being earthy, archaic, strong, and bold. An outdoors boy, one who fishes in ponds, climbs trees and enjoys...
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    Poll: Parts of wales say eye-ruh and the other half...

    Parts of wales say eye-ruh and the other half ay-ruh. I mostly hear eye-ruh because of the name eirawen and gwyneira both trasnlating out to white snow.
  10. I would choose these two option that way they do...

    I would choose these two option that way they do not run into the same FIRST letter in their nicknames:

    Goldie
    Cora
    Essie

    --or--

    Golda
    Cora
  11. I knew a mother who used Laken as a middle for...

    I knew a mother who used Laken as a middle for one son, and Laken as a first for her second son, A name of a lake as the third son's middle, and the State where the named lake was located as the last...
  12. As I said on your other thread, Wilde is more...

    As I said on your other thread, Wilde is more toned and refined but maintaining its rugged appeal without going all out. Wilder is all out rugged WILD boy much like the character Huckleberry is in...
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    YOU WELCOME ;-) I don't mind you printing it,lol,...

    YOU WELCOME ;-) I don't mind you printing it,lol, Glad I was able to help you!

    A few of my favorites:

    Rio Salingeris not my name style but it is ALL boy and awesome.

    Beau Harding sounds...
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    I see a literary/nature connection, so I would...

    I see a literary/nature connection, so I would recommend:

    Edmund Spencer - Author of the Faerie Queen
    Casimir Campion - Campion is a white flower that represent peace/prosperity
    Victor...
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    Poll: Aurora is a solid stunner. Earthy and Ethereal...

    Aurora is a solid stunner. Earthy and Ethereal with out being fussy or too obvious
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    hands down luna, Nina is still merging toward...

    hands down luna, Nina is still merging toward being over used, but she is lovely. Just not as stunning as Luna. As far as dated goes, imho, Luna had been used before in all types of eras and...
  17. Weren't there Princess's who were named Astrid?...

    Weren't there Princess's who were named Astrid? They would be better role model figures than the suicidal Actress Capucine, no offense. Astrid sounds Norse, lovely, simple and sweet. The best selling...
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    I looked at my name style and my combos, and...

    I looked at my name style and my combos, and there are few names that would possible pull your names together better. So I'm going to ADD to my suggestions.

    Charlotte Sofonisba Mazarine
    Corisande...
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    Bonnie is a great idea and lends the the tough...

    Bonnie is a great idea and lends the the tough girl image, thanks!
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    Valo, means light and simple and sweet

    Valo, means light and simple and sweet
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    A very long list you created indeed. These are...

    A very long list you created indeed. These are the ones that I like based on flow, feel, and look.

    Florimell Sofonisba Ankaret- best combo
    Ankaret Sofonisba Florimell sounds better than Ankaret...
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    I think Bradley is a bit much for me. I do like...

    I think Bradley is a bit much for me. I do like the Amante and Minty. Thanks for the suggestions. I'll discuss it with the family.
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    While I recognize that Elizabeth, Victoria,...

    While I recognize that Elizabeth, Victoria, Catherine, Alexandria are common names, they do STILL hold an air of pretentiousness. I have spoke to MANY Elizabeth's, Victoria's,...
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    Nicknames for Bradamante?

    Bradamante (bra-da-MAHN-teh) is one of the greatest female knights ever portrayed in English literature. She is one of the first examples to save her man instead of the usual reverse. She can be...
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    I would agree with Lumen, I connected to...

    I would agree with Lumen, I connected to historical figures not the meaning. However, I don't think it is anymore pretentious (but still unique in an eye-catching way)than Alexandria, Elizabeth,...
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