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    Poll: I think virtue names are still traditional so it...

    I think virtue names are still traditional so it makes sense in my head ;) They are much less common though than a lot of other traditional names. I think in the middle names spot that Noble works...
  2. Thread: Roland

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    Roland

    So my paternal grandfather was named Roland. He died a few years back, and I've been thinking a lot about his name. Although that whole side of my family has mostly not been a part of my life (I was...
  3. Thread: Hakota?

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    I wrongly thought this was an Asian name, and...

    I wrongly thought this was an Asian name, and would have pronounced it differently than you do. I prefer names with some sort of history, but this one didn't stand out to me in a negative way.
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    Poll: Oh, I like both! But I utterly adore both Felix...

    Oh, I like both! But I utterly adore both Felix and Simon so it wins hands down for me. But I don't think Linus Wills would be a bad choice at all.
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    I really like Dean, and I think it works...

    I really like Dean, and I think it works absolutely perfectly in the sibset.
  6. I actually know a Lydia Rose! I think it's quite...

    I actually know a Lydia Rose! I think it's quite lovely. I also think Althea Rose is gorgeous. My absolute favorite though is Saskia Rose. I think it has great flow and Saskia has a little bit of...
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    I automatically think of the tea, but honestly I...

    I automatically think of the tea, but honestly I think the middle name spot is pretty fair game for almost anything. Chamomile though to me has a sort of dusty/grandmothery feel to it so I'd be picky...
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    I think it's a lot to carry as a first name. It...

    I think it's a lot to carry as a first name. It has a very specific story, and is associated with one particular person/mythological figure. I wouldn't mind it in the middle, but I think up front...
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    I think it can work, but unlike others it feels a...

    I think it can work, but unlike others it feels a bit odd to me. It just feels really culturally different to go from Sebastian to Sacha, but there's nothing wrong with it and I've known a lot of...
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    Thanks for the thoughts. If there was a nickname...

    Thanks for the thoughts. If there was a nickname it would probably be Nate, but I really like Nathan in full. Glad it seems people agree that it would stick out like a sore thumb with those potential...
  11. Thread: WDYT of Yale?

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    I only think of the university and therefore it...

    I only think of the university and therefore it sounds really pretentious to me or like you're trying to hard. For me it's like naming your kid Armani or Ferrari - only it's an ivy school instead of...
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    Definitely trashy in an English-speaking country,...

    Definitely trashy in an English-speaking country, and honestly I don't like it much in French either (I have US/France dual citizenship).
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    Poll: Caroline or Helena were my choices. I think both...

    Caroline or Helena were my choices. I think both are exactly what you're looking for...and I think they're both really wonderful choices!
  14. Thread: Saffron

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    "with gold petals" is nice but it doesn't really...

    "with gold petals" is nice but it doesn't really make a difference to me. I met a little girl with the name Saffron on one of our shoots, and she was super adorable, but I still couldn't get over the...
  15. But that's not really the point. People aren't...

    But that's not really the point. People aren't saying parents are going out there and consciously choosing these kinds of statements - it's a cultural undercurrent. They think it's "cool" for their...
  16. Poll: I picked Juliet Katherine. I prefer Juliet to...

    I picked Juliet Katherine. I prefer Juliet to Mila (although I like both!) and I think Katherine has the best flow.
  17. Thread: Marnie vs Cora

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    Poll: Cora does have growing popularity but I think...

    Cora does have growing popularity but I think that's due to it feeling fresh. I think it's timeless and works on girls of all ages. Marnie for me feels very dusty and dated. It has a bit of an old...
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    Poll: I think Jessamine fits the best with your other...

    I think Jessamine fits the best with your other daughter's name. I also think that Jessamine has a more universal feeling to me (as in I don't have a distinct image of who a Jessamine is). I'm not...
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    Musings on Nathan

    So I tend to like boy names that aren't that classic - or at least not classic and popular. But I really like Nathan (no, not Nathaniel). So....looking for some thoughts:

    1) Do you like the name?...
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    Thanks for the thoughts everyone! So interesting...

    Thanks for the thoughts everyone! So interesting to see the sort of vibe Juliette and Sabine give off for people.

    I'm quite liking these names so far:
    Clara
    Lenora
    Nora
    Marianne (although I...
  21. Thread: Beckett

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    Ok, so that's a couple 'Castle' references, but...

    Ok, so that's a couple 'Castle' references, but the first poster said she'd use it on a daughter. Is it going to rise for girls?!
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    Oh, I really like Edmund! I don't think it's too...

    Oh, I really like Edmund! I don't think it's too uncommon. It's a nice familiar classic that's underused. I;m not a big fan of Ed or Eddie though so I'd go with Ned or Teddy. (I also love Hugh...
  23. Thread: Beckett

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    Thanks for all the feedback! Did a celebrity use...

    Thanks for all the feedback! Did a celebrity use it recently? I have no idea. If so, I don't think it's made much of a dent.
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    Honestly, I always have that issue with Madeline....

    Honestly, I always have that issue with Madeline. I know it can be said two ways and I never know which is right.

    Madeleine I would always say with a -lynne ending in the US. Although I prefer the...
  25. Thread: Seraphine

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    I prefer Seraphine to both Seraphina and...

    I prefer Seraphine to both Seraphina and Valentine. I think it's very pretty, but it's a tad celebrity baby-ish right now. However I'm not a fan of the nn Sera which people always seem to want to...
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