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I love Daphne. It was my Nanna's name.
Out of your list my preferences would be
* Daphne Rebecca
* Daphne Serena
* Daphne Samara
I like it, it's pretty and unusual. Yet people would still know how to spell and pronounce it.
I wouldn't use it, I would go for alot of other nature names before Clover. But that's just me.
What nickname would you use for Clover?
June 16th, 2013, 09:22 AM
Your right Kennedy has a shocking meaning for such a nice name. I'd probably have Kennedy Rose or Kennedy Grace.
I quite like Mahalia as a first name, I love its...
June 16th, 2013, 09:01 AM
I'm in Australia and I don't think there is a problem naming a child Calista,Thalia, Allegra, Freya or Cordelia.
I wouldn't name a child Clio, Calypso or Io.
Believe it or not but I have an...
I like both Penelope and Felicity. I don't like Beatrix, but it seems to be very in right now.
I work in childcare in Australia and none of these names are common. I have taught one Felicity and...
June 16th, 2013, 08:12 AM
I don't think Sunday is cruel at all. Not compared to some names. It's actually growing on me since Nicole and Keith chose it for their first daughter. I quite like Sunday with Sunny for a nickname.
My Grandmother's names are:
- Daphne Hannah
- Dorothy Alice
- Jean Anne (but she goes by Anne)
November 5th, 2012, 12:18 AM
First name: Shelley
Middle name(s): Marie
Nickname(s): Shell, Shell-Bell
What I thought of it when I was younger: I've always liked my name. I was pretty much the only Shelley. Anyone else...
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