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    Seren Haf Seren Angharad I struggle not to...

    Seren Haf
    Seren Angharad

    I struggle not to pair Seren with other Welsh names sorry!
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    Amelia and Stella are lovely. I really dislike...

    Amelia and Stella are lovely.

    I really dislike Karen and Maisie though.
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    @amylin15 funny you should say that Tara rhymes...

    @amylin15 funny you should say that Tara rhymes with Sara. In the UK Sara is often pronouced Sar-uh so rhymes with Tar-uh!
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    In a word,no. Scottish people's heads would...

    In a word,no.

    Scottish people's heads would rotate if they ever met a little girl Alistair. So would the majority of British people's.
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    Tar-uh. But I live in the UK and it's the...

    Tar-uh. But I live in the UK and it's the standard way of saying it. Never heard of anyone in the UK saying it to rhyme with Sarah.
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    My OH is a teacher. The names he has repeatedly...

    My OH is a teacher. The names he has repeatedly said belong to bad kids are Kyle and Dean. Every time. There are plenty of names he has an unpleasant association with,for example Serena,but they're...
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    I really like Torin, have done for a while.

    I really like Torin, have done for a while.
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    I like the sentiment. However the name is...

    I like the sentiment.

    However the name is being used in popular culture, in Game of Thrones, Wight Walkers are essentially zombies. As the series has been rather popular and will probably continue...
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    I think India is the most lovely of your list. I...

    I think India is the most lovely of your list. I love it! :)
  10. I wince at Hayley being spelt Hailee. It's a...

    I wince at Hayley being spelt Hailee. It's a great name obviously,am a bit bias! But that spelling is bad.
    Zailee is...made up?

    I second pp's suggestions of putting Hayley and Zoe/Sadie to her.
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    I'm not sure about in America, but in the UK...

    I'm not sure about in America, but in the UK Alice is one of those names that is always used and liked, but not had the boom in popularity Isabella has. It may have done in the past, but I think it's...
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    It's a boys name whether spelt Finlay or Finley....

    It's a boys name whether spelt Finlay or Finley. Ask any Irish person if you doubt it!
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    I like Helena the most. Followed by Lenora. I...

    I like Helena the most. Followed by Lenora.

    I second Leni being a stretch for Madeleine. But it's generally said Mad-eh-line in the UK so it could just be a pronounciation barrier.
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    Rhys. I don't think August and Leo work...

    Rhys.

    I don't think August and Leo work together as siblings because Leo is a star sign in July/August. I'm not big into astrology but I would do a double take at the sibset Leo and August.
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  15. Would he consider letting you have Flora if he...

    Would he consider letting you have Flora if he could have full reign choosing her middle name?

    I feel your pain, my OH doesn't like any names I do, with the exception of Edward. I forsee...
  16. Definitely Rhys!

    Definitely Rhys!
  17. I'm assuming you are already pregnant? If you...

    I'm assuming you are already pregnant? If you are, I wouldn't take the name off your list. Whoever has the baby (girl) first,gets to use the name.

    If I was pregnant and an also pregnant friend...
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    I knew an Elma at school. I have a bad...

    I knew an Elma at school. I have a bad association with the name as a result. Not because she was horrible,just because she was really unfortunate, a little odd. Her parents were a lot odd. She...
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    I've known a few,all pronounced Sur-ray-ah. ...

    I've known a few,all pronounced Sur-ray-ah.

    None like any of the pronounciations you listed.
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    Aoife (ee-fa). Not strictly a variation of Ava...

    Aoife (ee-fa).

    Not strictly a variation of Ava at all, but in the same sound family as Ava,Eva. It's Irish Gaelic and I think it's so lovely.
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    I know a Hannah and a Hana. Maybe it's our...

    I know a Hannah and a Hana. Maybe it's our accents,but they both seem to be pronounced in the same way? Though as far as I know everyone feels less of an urge to call Hana "Han" as a nickname. Myself...
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    I imagine that plenty of people will assume I've...

    I imagine that plenty of people will assume I've used guilty pleasure names when I eventually have children.
    Hermione is a common GP name but it's my number one girls name and not even slightly a...
  23. @thetxbelle where are you from out of interest? ...

    @thetxbelle where are you from out of interest?


    I've never met anyone called Odette,live in the UK.
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    I quite like Harlow. It makes me think of Jean...

    I quite like Harlow. It makes me think of Jean Harlow so is evocative of old school glamour.
    I really dislike Marlow especially that spelling. Marlowe looks infinitely better. It makes me think of...
  25. I think your step mother is really out of order....

    I think your step mother is really out of order. If she had been around since you were a child and essentially raised you,I could see why she would be hurt. But you say she's only been married to...
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