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It has influenced me a bit but my style is all mine. I won't consider anything to popular or trendy now but I still like unisex names (most berries don't) and I like Rose, Anne and Marie as middle...
Jack, Kate and Claire are all LOST characters. That might not be a problem for you though, it wouldn't be for me.
I like boyish names on girls. They tend to be more professional I think, for instance a girl named Reese seems more professional than a girl named Sophia.
May 13th, 2012, 05:48 PM
Classic Eccentric 40 %
Modern Conservative 25 %
Classic Unusual 20%
Modern Eccentric 5 %
Modern Unusual 5%
Classic Conservative 5%
Classic Outmoded 0%
That says it for me. I like unusual...
My mom was spanish so she pronounced it Sone-Yah and hated it when people mispronounced it which was often. Most people said Sohn-yah with to me is spelled Sonya and is Russian.
May 11th, 2012, 03:18 PM
It's not to trendy. And face it, you could call your daughter Dinner Plate and there would be someone else it the world with the same name. Clover is beautiful.
May 10th, 2012, 04:13 PM
I was going through my old toys yesterday and some of them had really cool names. I was such little name nerds!! Some of the best or at least interesting:
April 29th, 2012, 03:16 PM
Hi this is my first post so be nice!! Anyway, I am far from having my own kids but I was thinking about some of my favorite female fictional characters. A lot of them have some really cool names :
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