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    Felicity is cheerful by name and nature. I also...

    Felicity is cheerful by name and nature. I also know a 'Merrily' aged in her early twenties if that might appeal to you?
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    Fascinating! Many thanks for the pronunciation...

    Fascinating! Many thanks for the pronunciation guides.
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    The lovely Eilish was my mother's name, I'm a...

    The lovely Eilish was my mother's name, I'm a classic but far too popular Catherine. Like Amy a name that is so common but still has to be spelt EVERY time!
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    My mother ensured I was only ever Catherine, not...

    My mother ensured I was only ever Catherine, not Cathy or Cath. The teacher asked all the Catherines in the class to chose a nn to make life easier and I refused so it can be done; you just need to...
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    It wouldn't occur to me to name a girl anything...

    It wouldn't occur to me to name a girl anything ending in 'son'. I am dismayed that it's a trend.
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    Poll: Nice list. Jasper Damien would be my ultimate...

    Nice list. Jasper Damien would be my ultimate pick but I voted for handsome Henry.
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    Of course you can change it! Blame those...

    Of course you can change it! Blame those wonderful hormones, the perfect excuse!
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    Hugo & Esme are great!

    Hugo & Esme are great!
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    True, maybe I'm overly sensitive to it because...

    True, maybe I'm overly sensitive to it because EVERYONE asked my mother about 'Eilish'.
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    Valid point but the examples you give were all...

    Valid point but the examples you give were all wildly popular, a much more unusual single source name like Renley will require the story to be told more often, no Sophia will be asked 'where's that...
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    100% agree but it wasn't a 'Renley vs...

    100% agree but it wasn't a 'Renley vs Kayyghleiighx Poll'.
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    Poll: I voted Browyn as it is lovely and rare , giving...

    I voted Browyn as it is lovely and rare , giving the nn option of Wyn which is much nicer than 'Georgie'. However just read after voting that Wen is the proper Welsh version so would probably have...
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    Poll: Apologies, I only have my iPhone and trying to...

    Apologies, I only have my iPhone and trying to flip back to the title post while writing never works.
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    Poll: Cormac is great! I know a little Cormac who wears...

    Cormac is great! I know a little Cormac who wears it very well and rocks the nn Mac.
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    'No 'e', it was off some tv show my parents...

    'No 'e', it was off some tv show my parents liked...' This would be your child's naming story. Also I dislike the 'ren' meaning of stye or blemish.
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    At a glance I read it as Cheyenne, sorry but I...

    At a glance I read it as Cheyenne, sorry but I think that would be a common problem. I'd honour with Shayna or Siobhan.
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    Poll: So the other two would be Brooke's Brothers? I...

    So the other two would be Brooke's Brothers? I think it would be a lifetime of 'is there an e?' Queries and misspellings (as a Catherine Ann I advise never choosing a name with two equally...
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    I like Moira. Names I feel to be in a similar...

    I like Moira. Names I feel to be in a similar style:

    Ursula
    Patricia
    Rae
    Maeve
    Faye
    Natalie

    Good luck!
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    Did your dad name you after his mother? If not...

    Did your dad name you after his mother? If not he's being rather hypocritical.

    We only used the names of deceased relatives to avoid precisely this type of situation.
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    Oh dear, don't feel too much pressure, it sounds...

    Oh dear, don't feel too much pressure, it sounds like a somewhat air headed enthusiasm rather than bullying but just tell her you haven't decided and stick to your guns - she's blown both chances you...
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    Elodie gets my vote.

    Elodie gets my vote.
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    Not bad but I prefer a richer, longer history in...

    Not bad but I prefer a richer, longer history in my names so I'd go for Veronica.
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    At a glance I read it as 'one ill' and that might...

    At a glance I read it as 'one ill' and that might not be an uncommon reaction. A baby on the ward with my eldest was called O'Shea so people do use apostrophes in names. I'd name him Neil ('like...
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    Loving Laura over here. Familiar but not popular,...

    Loving Laura over here. Familiar but not popular, a true classic. I like Lara too. Plus Little House on the Prairie was a childhood favourite of mine.
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    I have a Felicity Beatrice so my choice is clear!

    I have a Felicity Beatrice so my choice is clear!
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