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    ♔ Vladimir (son of Jaroslav, Prince of Lobkowicz)...

    ♔ Vladimir (son of Jaroslav, Prince of Lobkowicz) and Alix (née Paul-Cavallier), Hereditary Prince and Princess of Lobkowicz, welcomed their third child, a daughter named Antonia, on 18 June 2014.
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    @caritas (I think you got skipped, so I'm gonna...

    @caritas (I think you got skipped, so I'm gonna do yours as well :D):

    John Dermot: Not really my style but the names sound very nice together. 05/10.
    Cecilia Niamh: This one is beautiful. I'm not...
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    I think it's ridiculous as a first name. It's...

    I think it's ridiculous as a first name. It's just not fair to the child to call him Mowgli. I think it could be placed in the middle, however, but I'm also quite liberal with the sort of names that...
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    Sure, I personally jjust think Noomi is a more...

    Sure, I personally jjust think Noomi is a more flattering spelling – which is why I mentioned it :D
  5. It was also breaking a lot of boundaries for me...

    It was also breaking a lot of boundaries for me and while it's my definite belief that one should be as open about mental health things as possible, I'm not so sure I would actually open up like that...
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    Noomi is a lovely name and Noomi Rapace is one of...

    Noomi is a lovely name and Noomi Rapace is one of my favourite actresses, so that just makes the name lovelier. I prefer the Danish pronunciation (NOH-mee) and the Finnish pronunciation (NAW-mi) to...
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    ♔ James Adrian Fortescue (grandson of the late...

    ♔ James Adrian Fortescue (grandson of the late Denzil Fortescue, 6th Earl Fortescue) and Olivia Fortescue (née Rodgers) welcomed their second child, a daughter named Aurelia Mary Elizabeth, on 22...
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    Ah, Henry and Peter! Such dapper names, I love...

    Ah, Henry and Peter! Such dapper names, I love it. Of the names you both like, I think Clara and Edith sound loveliest with Henry and Peter – if I had to choose one, it would be Clara because you...
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    Poll: Imogen (with the nickname Immy, ugh, I love...

    Imogen (with the nickname Immy, ugh, I love that!) As others have mentioned, I think the JEEN sound in Imogene is immensely unflattering.
  10. I have strongly believed that this is what I am...

    I have strongly believed that this is what I am suffering from ever since I first heard of MD years ago. Having suffered tremendous emotional abuse throughout my entire childhood, I definitely...
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    I apologise in advance for any repeats :)

    Agatha
    Aliena
    Almarian
    Anouk
    Anwen
    Asta
    Avalon
    Briseis
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    It's pronounced OH-sah in Denmark and AU-sah in...

    It's pronounced OH-sah in Denmark and AU-sah in the Faroe Islands (at least that was how my physician pronounced her name). I prefer Åsa to the more common Danish spelling, Åse, which is very...
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    I'd go for Lilja. I really love that one a lot...

    I'd go for Lilja. I really love that one a lot and am sort of bummed that it is Lilje and not Lilja that is on the rise here in Denmark, because I'd love to see more Liljas.

    As for Lelia, I have...
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    They welcomed their sixth child, a daughter named...

    They welcomed their sixth child, a daughter named Gabrielle, on 4 October 2014.
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    Bless this thread, @redwoodfey. I simply couldn't...

    Bless this thread, @redwoodfey. I simply couldn't agree more and I personally think it is quite upsetting that nothing has been done to diversify the images even after Linda and Pam have been...
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    But that's really not how the à works. The...

    But that's really not how the à works. The a-grave is a preposition, as mentioned before – "à la maison", "à six heures et demi" etc. At gunpoint, I would say tay-AH (with a very strong emphasis on...
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    Reika and Rivka, I think. Along with Fenella,...

    Reika and Rivka, I think. Along with Fenella, Ferelith, Lydia and Romola. All crushes that have stuck.
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    Poll: Eowyn would be so lovely (but I'm probably biased...

    Eowyn would be so lovely (but I'm probably biased because I adore Éowyn myself) and so would Freya and Elowen.

    Combinations:
    Eleni Acacia
    Elowen Luna
    Eowyn Gaia
    Esmeralda Luna
    Freya Magnolia
  19. Thread: Zelia

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    Well, to the best of my knowledge, there really...

    Well, to the best of my knowledge, there really isn't any distinction between Zelia and Celia whatsoever. When I say my name, I think a lot of strangers think I'm a Celia rather than a Zelia, but...
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    Well, I might be slightly biased because it's my...

    Well, I might be slightly biased because it's my all-time favourite name but I absolutely adore Ingrid. People find it harsh only because they have yet to hear its beautiful original pronunciation...
  21. Thread: Edmund

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    Edmund is such a dapper name, one of my own...

    Edmund is such a dapper name, one of my own favourites. I don't think Edmund Edwards is bad at all and it wouldn't keep me from using it – especially not if you intend to give him one or two middle...
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    Dashing is a lovely word, very simple yet so...

    Dashing is a lovely word, very simple yet so expressive. That has always been a favourite of mine.

    I also adore boulangerie (a bakery), merveilleux (marvellous), gavstrik (imp), pudseløjerligt...
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    Bronwyn: Traditionally, the -wyn spelling is the...

    Bronwyn: Traditionally, the -wyn spelling is the male ending so I don't really see why one would use that on a girl. Bronwen is lovely though. 02/10.
    Della: I've always been irked a biy about this...
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    Poll: I voted for Vesper Viola because of the sole...

    I voted for Vesper Viola because of the sole reason that I thought those were the two names that complimented each other the best. Vesper is such a ravishing name (and Vesper Lynd is the most badass...
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    ♔ Reportedly, Princess Iman of Jordan (daughter...

    ♔ Reportedly, Princess Iman of Jordan (daughter of the late King Hussein and sister to the current King Abdullah II) and Zaid Mirza welcomed their first child, a son named Omar, on 7 October 2014.
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