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    From literature to real life: Canacee...

    From literature to real life:

    Canacee
    Sophonisba
    Sophronia
    Aregonde
    Hippolyta
    Leopoldine
    Ermintrude
    Eugenie/Eugenia
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    Poll: Thank You everyone for your replies. I did some...

    Thank You everyone for your replies. I did some research, and it appears to be a compound of Clare and the feminine form of Andrew. I'll will share all your thoughts with my girlfriend. Much...
  3. Well the British T.V Gardening Mystery Show:...

    Well the British T.V Gardening Mystery Show: Rosmary and Thyme, redeems Rosemary.
  4. ONLY negative association that comes to mind is...

    ONLY negative association that comes to mind is for Annabel. I absolutely adore this name, but everyone reminded me that its a cow name. This bothers some people. but If that doesn't bother you, then...
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    Poll: Like or hate Clariandra?

    My girlfriend is pregnant with a little girl. It is her first and ONLY child. She wants to use a family name, but most of the family names have been taken both as first and middles. She has been...
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    I'm currently reading a book that takes place in...

    I'm currently reading a book that takes place in the 1700's, and as such, the time period gives the name an appeal and feel that is obviously different from today. I think you were able to capture...
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    Thank You!

    Thank You!
  8. Ophelia despite all her tragic connections.

    Ophelia despite all her tragic connections.
  9. Mine: Frederica Ippolita Leopold Algernon...

    Mine:
    Frederica
    Ippolita
    Leopold
    Algernon
    Faramond
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    Welsh name lovers advice!?

    A friend of mine and I were talking about Welsh names the other day. She is pretty much stuck on this name Ewig (A-ooo-ig) Cosvoren. Cosvoren is fine... Ewig....not sure... I understand her...
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    Anyone familiar with Cleone?

    As of late, I came across the Greek name Cleone, while reading a book. I have heard of the name before, albeit rarely, but I'm rather undecided on this name and I'm not for certain why, which bugs...
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    Edmund, Arthur, and Barnaby are all from the same...

    Edmund, Arthur, and Barnaby are all from the same era and mesh nicely so. Upright elegance, saintly and stylish with a touch of Gothic Victorian are what I would classify the names you like as. Check...
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    This one really stands out to me. Classic...

    This one really stands out to me. Classic Edwardian name! I have small fondness for wolf names.
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    That is fascinating, do you plan to use it? I...

    That is fascinating, do you plan to use it? I think it would make a nice unexpected middle.
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    7Rule Edwardian name excercise

    Okay, I'm trying my hardest to come up with fun Edwardian combos and follow the 7 rules I found from a baby site. It's a neat but somewhat fun yet hard excercise. -Read 7 Rule Below list- here is...
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    Wow, that is fascinating news to me. I hadn't...

    Wow, that is fascinating news to me. I hadn't heard of Godiva's sister and her name. Thanks for sharing that tidbit. I find both alluring and fascinating. I've seen a few birth announcements in...
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    Wow, astonishing, many of the names you listed...

    Wow, astonishing, many of the names you listed I've seen, and some I like. I went to school with a Celeste, her mother's name was Fairy. I've recently have been crushing on Ermitrude, Ermie for...
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    I'm with you, names starting with a W are not my...

    I'm with you, names starting with a W are not my favorite, but I'll admit that Wulvella has caught my attention, and it's warming on me.
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    I'm not for certain Love as a beginning for a...

    I'm not for certain Love as a beginning for a name ruins the deal, after all I've read a few birth announcements with Loveday being a first name as well as a middle. I think it has a unique charm to...
  20. Lilith Henriettea Lilith Frederica Lilith...

    Lilith Henriettea

    Lilith Frederica

    Lilith Wilhelmina

    Lilith Eugenia

    Lilith Aspasia
  21. Lilith Sofia Lilith Scholistique- you said that...

    Lilith Sofia
    Lilith Scholistique- you said that you liked older names.. This has been around since the medieval days and chic in France now.

    Lilith Eloise - Broke the L rule but its breaks it up...
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    Random Medieval names...Thoughts?

    I came across some medieval names and their spelling variants. I thought some of the spellings were pleasant aesthetically and might even work today. What are your thoughts and favorites? Have you...
  23. Do you think Goda would work?

    Do you think Goda would work?
  24. Thank you for all those options!

    Thank you for all those options!
  25. Do you think Elle , Eda, Leva or Eleva are sweet...

    Do you think Elle , Eda, Leva or Eleva are sweet and simple names to use?
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