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Amadeus!!! One of my favorite MNs of all time
Charles Gaspard Amadeus (winner)
Completely agree. There are certain traditionally male names that I think have no business being used for a girl, but somehow I don't think Felix is one of those, since, to me (and probably ottilie...
So we had an article in our newspaper, The Oregonian, today about the top 10 baby names here in our fab state.
While in general most of the trends are the same, there are definitely a few...
I am glad I went to college right away - I did a lot more self-exploration my freshman year than I probably would have done just taking a year off to travel.
That said, I did take a year off...
Completely agree. 9 is the magic number
May 20th, 2013, 06:06 AM
@leadmythoughts, thank you! Yeah, I don't think I would honestly use it except as a middle, but for some reason I just keeping thinking about it, lol!
May 20th, 2013, 06:05 AM
@ottilie !!! I hadn't even thought of it in the middle spot. That's brilliant!
I will have to tell you the story of our last name sometime - It is actually extremely hilarious, but the point is...
May 20th, 2013, 05:21 AM
For some awful reason I keep coming back to the name "Wondrous" (unisex???)
I think it is probably terrible in every way and would sound completely cheesy with our last name (Love), but a big part...
LOL. ME TOO! I was so mad she didn't say the name before passing out. I wonder if it would have been different in Ross had ended up saving her?
The name will be infused with meaning no matter what, because as you said your names are both meaningful to you. If you have an older child you could always let him/her choose. If you have a baby why...
Ooh, big baby, huh? Congratulations!!! Beautiful name.
I have heard the process is pretty wretched for egg donation! That aside, though, I think it could be a great way to help an infertile couple. I looked into it a few years ago but I wasn't eligible...
May 18th, 2013, 07:17 AM
I really don't hear a problem, I love Boaz, great choice. What middle name(s) do you have picked out?
(to clarify, I think I hear what you are worried about, but I don;t think it is an issue at...
I feel pretty confident that most porn stars are probably extremely interesting people. Now I want to do some sort of elaborate research study on the correlation between unusual names and...
Yeah, I was unaware of her until I googled the name the first time after coming across it in class (Hesiod, perhaps? I can't recall). My friend Anna wrote a song called 'Cytheria' so the combo of my...
@ottilie - so fun classics-geeking out with you :)
So Cute! Hazel and Olive - precious. Congrats!!!
Miles Theron!!! I LOVE the FN Miles, and Theron is such a swanky MN.
LOL! Yes, I hadn't thought of that in years
I think it is one of those names which is just awesomely unisex. Love your combo as well
I really like Willow Abesine
May 17th, 2013, 07:43 PM
THIS! I think Raoul is seriously under-utilised. So dashing!
I still love Leander a bit more though, and Leander Theodosius is just so amazing.
It also just occurred to me that nicknames might be troublesome
Jupe? Peter? Ugh.
I like the idea of "Zeus" as nn, though, esp since Jupiter comes from the greek Zeu Pater (Zeus, the father)
May 17th, 2013, 07:32 PM
Zosteria - an epithet of the goddess Athena meaning 'girded in armor'.
I may seriously use this one
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