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    Useable Hunger Games Name?

    For the most part, as much as I admire many Hunger Games names, I don't really think they're useable.

    e.g. Katniss, Primrose, etc

    With one exception: what do we think of Finnick?
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    Well, I definitely think the "Bailey" spelling is...

    Well, I definitely think the "Bailey" spelling is more appropriate. But...

    There isn't a polite way to say this. Sorry. Bailey seems like a dog's name to me.
  3. Is this made up or am I missing something?

    An acquaintance has called her son Kyde. It's bad, right?

    Or am I crazy and this is actually new name in the vein of Cale or Kade?
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    Welcome Lennox!!

    Thank you Berries for your help and feedback in choosing the name for my son.

    Lennox Andrew Michael was born on November 3rd. Lennox is a name I'd never heard until I saw it on a Nameberry...
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    I agonized over this until I found out I was...

    I agonized over this until I found out I was having a boy. My great grandmother's given name was Lulu but she went by Dot (long story) So I was looking for something to shorten bc Lulu is a bit...
  6. Thread: Kate & Will?

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    I'm going to go out on my own here and say it's a...

    I'm going to go out on my own here and say it's a big no. There would be endless comments. That might not bother YOU but what if it bothers THEM? It's far worse than naming them Kim and Kanye...
  7. I think the US is the ONLY place where people...

    I think the US is the ONLY place where people don't know how offensive it is. I heard an American talk show host use the term "Gypped" on TV the other day and nearly fell off the couch.

    It's...
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    My nephew is Kier (i before e in his case) and I...

    My nephew is Kier (i before e in his case) and I love it. Kids can always find something vulgar to rhyme a name with. Better to give a unique name that you love than be bullied out of it by your...
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    I met a little guy named Rook recently (actually...

    I met a little guy named Rook recently (actually it may have been spelled Rooke) but it would go will with Dash and FLynn.
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    I LOVE it! Reminds me of Campbell Brown the...

    I LOVE it! Reminds me of Campbell Brown the (female) journalist. It seems totally unisex to me, leaning toward female. It ends in "Bell" for heaven's sake! (great NN possibility by the way)
  11. Thread: Vesta

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    It's okay --I like Desta better.

    It's okay --I like Desta better.
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    I know exactly what you mean!! I was so sure for...

    I know exactly what you mean!! I was so sure for so long that I didn't want kids that I have had cats named: Annabel, Georgia, Lola & Jack --all awesome kids' names!!!! My due-any-day son Lennox...
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    [QUOTE=jem;2103558]I love Cora but am unsure...

    [QUOTE=jem;2103558]I love Cora but am unsure about the h on the end - are you doing this for a family/meaningful reason?

    I was just going to ask, what's with the "H"? I don't think it does...
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    I love Seamus. I think it's more common in...

    I love Seamus. I think it's more common in Canada than the US so that helps with pronunciation here. I love all your backups except Callen which feels like currently popular syllables tossed...
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    I like to use my own name as an example for this,...

    I like to use my own name as an example for this, Bridget. I dislike being called "Bridge" but I have to actively tell people not to, because they'll just do it otherwise. Preventing a nickname is...
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    I love it. I also really like Thatcher, and I...

    I love it. I also really like Thatcher, and I think the "thatch" nickname could work for Thackeray too. Classic pick.
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    I love it. It reminds me of Elton on the move...

    I love it. It reminds me of Elton on the move Clueless, I mean the character was a jerk but the name was classy and unique and Alden sounds similar. Great pick
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    I like a blend --Margreet Susanna (nn Greet, too...

    I like a blend --Margreet Susanna (nn Greet, too cute)

    And holy heavens I feel for you at 42 weeks mama. Whatever you call her, she's late! Good luck :)
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    I feel the need to weigh in when anyone is...

    I feel the need to weigh in when anyone is mulling over Bridget because it's my name. Kudos for picking the most intuitive spelling, however you are dooming your child to a lifetime of mispellings...
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    I love it. I wouldn't shy away from using it for...

    I love it. I wouldn't shy away from using it for the Bible fable reason. More people don't believe in those stories than do.
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    Poll: 3 syllables to me.

    3 syllables to me.
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    I think Via is a great alternative to getting...

    I think Via is a great alternative to getting your Starbucks coffee in the store.

    Besides the instant coffee brand, you'd run into the same problem that word always has in its common usage: is it...
  23. I would agree that with the name James, whoever...

    I would agree that with the name James, whoever has babies first gets it. I mean, if she had loved Atticus since she read To Kill a Mockingbird when she was 14 and you named your son Atticus,...
  24. Poll: I love Franklin/Franklyn on a girl. How is it...

    I love Franklin/Franklyn on a girl. How is it any different than Jacklyn/ Jacqueline? I have two grandfathers named Franklin and after seeing these threads am considering Franklyn for future...
  25. Thread: Clio

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    I agree with the er, anatomical look of "Clio." ...

    I agree with the er, anatomical look of "Clio." It's also the name of the fish in Pinocchio. And a TV psychic, Miss Clio. That's three strikes to me.
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