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    Hey, I love the names Barbara, Deborah, and...

    Hey, I love the names Barbara, Deborah, and Susan! Why are they any fustier than Miriam? I also like Susannah, although the "Oh Susannah" song does leap immediately to mind.
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    I like it a lot. I think it fits in the "ends in...

    I like it a lot. I think it fits in the "ends in an -n" trend while being refreshing.

    My first connotation for the name is Christopher Robin from Winnie the Pooh.
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    I like it in theory, and written down. But...

    I like it in theory, and written down. But spoken, at least in my accent, it's a homophone for papi, which is something that would bother me: http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=papi
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    I like it a lot. I believe it is a name that the...

    I like it a lot. I believe it is a name that the actress Maggie Gyllenhaal chose for her first daughter. If you're in the US, then, it might have a very slight hipster-trendy association based on...
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    I was just checking in for the first time in...

    I was just checking in for the first time in months to see how people I know from the TTC 2013 thread are doing, and I'm delighted to see some success. SarahMezz, I'm so happy for you!...
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    Nora is one that sort of works-- in Arabic, Noor...

    Nora is one that sort of works-- in Arabic, Noor or Noora is a name related to light (can be spelled Nora too, and pronounced nearly exactly the same). In English Nora supposedly doesn't have a...
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    I know that Avery is a variation of Alfred, so...

    I know that Avery is a variation of Alfred, so even though it's used on girls these days, it feels very masculine to me.

    But that's probably not an issue for you.

    More pertinent I would think...
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    Poll: I think it really depends on which authors you...

    I think it really depends on which authors you really love.
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    Ren sounds more masculine than Wren to me....

    Ren sounds more masculine than Wren to me. Indeed, I've heard it as a nickname for Lawrence.
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    In terms of sound, I prefer Hazel Pomeline. But...

    In terms of sound, I prefer Hazel Pomeline. But I'm ever-so-slightly put off by the double botanical references (Hazelnut and Apple). Actually, maybe that's really cute--and super yummy. Add some...
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    Well, we all have African heritage… I like it...

    Well, we all have African heritage…

    I like it a lot. It reminds me of the Israeli boy's name Saffra, which I like (and which either doesn't exist in the NB database, or I'm misspelling).
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    What about the formal name Madeleine with the...

    What about the formal name Madeleine with the nickname Lindie or Lindy? Sounds almost just like Indie, and is I think a plausible but inventive nn for Madeleine.
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    Poll: I voted for Edward. While I see that Theodore is...

    I voted for Edward. While I see that Theodore is most popular with poll takers at the moment, I really thought that since your other children all have three-syllable names, it might be nice to go...
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    I really like Frank. And I don't like the longer...

    I really like Frank. And I don't like the longer forms like Franklin--That just feels to me like you're trendifying a traditional name, like all the Jackson-ing and such. What's wrong with good old...
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    I would go to babynamewizard.com and check out...

    I would go to babynamewizard.com and check out the list of the most popular names in France at the moment. They're not the typical -ette or -ine names, but more the 'raindrop' names, like Lea and...
  16. Holden Layne sounds a little like a phrase to me....

    Holden Layne sounds a little like a phrase to me. Like you're in a car, and you're holdin' the lane against a bit semi that's trying to nudge you over. I'd definitely go for Henry.
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    @hiccups: Rock me, Ammadeus ring a bell? If not,...

    @hiccups: Rock me, Ammadeus ring a bell? If not, you may not have been alive in the 1980s (or were very young).
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    Both are nice, although Olivia is infinitely more...

    Both are nice, although Olivia is infinitely more common than Majken.

    Also, I find it a little bit less-than-lovely the way that the pronunciation of Majken is unclear, at least to American...
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    Have totally heard of Desmond Dekker, and would...

    Have totally heard of Desmond Dekker, and would definitely be perplexed to meet a child named basically the same thing whose parents weren't huge ska fans.
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    Asa and Naomi are such nice Old Testament names....

    Asa and Naomi are such nice Old Testament names. It seems really odd to pair them with Sullivan.
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    I think it's very nice, although I actually...

    I think it's very nice, although I actually prefer it with the final e on Faye: Serena Faye. Lovely.
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    Ksilvia, I just wanted to mention, since it...

    Ksilvia, I just wanted to mention, since it sounds like you haven't been pregnant before, that more than a fourth of pregnancies end in miscarriage (although mc is rarer among people as young as...
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    Haley's Comet swung near the earth in 1986, which...

    Haley's Comet swung near the earth in 1986, which I would guess had something to do with the spike of the name around then, and the sense that it's date-stamped around then. I haven't looked at the...
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    Rev, as in dream in French?

    Rev, as in dream in French?
  25. Sorry to be completely off topic and critical,...

    Sorry to be completely off topic and critical, but I just really want to remark on your ungrammatical construction: "hubby and I's list." This is the sort of bizarre construction that I only read on...
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