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  1. You and I have different name styles, so take...

    You and I have different name styles, so take this with a grain of salt!

    Leonie isn't my favourite, but it's not a name that I picture a child aging out of, if that makes sense. To me it's a more...
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    I like Bellamy "Belle" the best. Bonus possible...

    I like Bellamy "Belle" the best. Bonus possible nickname: Mimi!

    Mehetabel looks like a misspelling or typo of Mehitabel (though I see that it's considered a variation of it). You could call...
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    Poll: I voted Quinn Viola but I had a tough time...

    I voted Quinn Viola but I had a tough time choosing between it and Lena and Daphne. I agree that Quinn would be a great middle name with Lena and Daphne as well!

    The only one I would knock off the...
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    I thought it might just be pronounced "Bray",...

    I thought it might just be pronounced "Bray", rhyming with Shea, but I can see getting to BRAY-uh from Brea because Lea is sometimes pronounced as LAY-uh rather than LEE-uh.

    I think Breya might...
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    Amadea is freaking gorgeous and it works really...

    Amadea is freaking gorgeous and it works really well with Zailey. I'd go with that!

    Others:

    Zailey Persephone
    Zailey Corinne
    Zailey Maria
    Zailey Wilhelmina
    Zailey Karine
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    This is exactly how I say it, too, and IMO it's...

    This is exactly how I say it, too, and IMO it's definitely not too close to Zach.
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    I thought of Raffi, too! Rafferty reads as...

    I thought of Raffi, too!

    Rafferty reads as really masculine to me. (It makes me picture a lively, rambunctious boy.) I've also heard it as a surname, but I don't share the opinion that surname...
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    I love Lila but I like Cleo Emmeline better than...

    I love Lila but I like Cleo Emmeline better than Lilah Indigo, though for no definable reason. I think they'd both go well with your boys' names. I live in North America and don't make any connection...
  9. I prefer the sleeker, less-frilly Dahlia,...

    I prefer the sleeker, less-frilly Dahlia, especially with a potentially three-syllable middle name. Dahlia Nicolette and Dahlia Juliette are absolutely gorgeous! I'd go for Dahlia Nicolette since it...
  10. Thread: Alliteration?

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    Jack, Ruby and Lily are great together! As to...

    Jack, Ruby and Lily are great together!

    As to the alliteration, two questions:

    1) Does your surname have any more Ls in it other than the one it starts with? Lillian Lester and Lillian Leonard...
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    I like the rhythm of Pierson Gabriel Fair better...

    I like the rhythm of Pierson Gabriel Fair better than that of Pierson Valor Fair. So handsome!

    I think I prefer Scarlet Brielle Fair to Scarlett Grace Fair but I'm less committed to it than my...
  12. I think that if your sister's opinion was enough...

    I think that if your sister's opinion was enough to put you off Edwina, it probably wasn't the name for you anyway.

    Some other suggestions to go with Frankie:

    Josephine
    Wren
    Margaret ("Rett"...
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    Jonah Rhys Samson Xavier Calista Calliope...

    Jonah
    Rhys
    Samson
    Xavier

    Calista
    Calliope
    Clea
    Cleo (not sure why, but apparently I'm feeling C names for you!)
    Eva
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    I don't think they're too similar for an aunt and...

    I don't think they're too similar for an aunt and niece. For sisters, yes. And I agree that it might seem like a tribute to your sister since it looks quite similar to her name.
  15. Thread: Araya

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    Araya

    My husband, who is most definitely not a name nerd, found the name Araya (on a woman) while wandering around on the internet and is really liking it. I'm curious about it - the Nameberry listing says...
  16. I would use Charlotte if I already had a...

    I would use Charlotte if I already had a Caroline, but only if Charlotte was my absolute favourite name and I couldn't imagine using anything else. It would annoy me that they're both feminizations...
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    I think Tess Penelope Kate is lovely. Personally...

    I think Tess Penelope Kate is lovely. Personally I would probably go with Tessa Penelope Kate, but if Tess is your favourite part I do think it still works.

    Semi-off-topic: this summer I read "The...
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    I don't see why not. I would stay away from...

    I don't see why not. I would stay away from adding an "h" to Alana/Alanna, since Kairi is likely to be misspelled constantly and Peyton has a variety of spellings too. But saying it out loud, I do...
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    I love it. Ramona is heavier and Violet is...

    I love it. Ramona is heavier and Violet is sharper/lighter - great contrast. The rhythm is lovely and it sounds great with Theodore Patrick. (I love to see people use Ramona because it's one of my...
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    I have Araminta on a fantasy list for if I...

    I have Araminta on a fantasy list for if I somehow decided I didn't need my theoretical future children's middle names to honour family members. Realistically, I highly, highly doubt I'll ever use...
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    I haven't happened upon baby names on Pinterest,...

    I haven't happened upon baby names on Pinterest, but I can report that Cyndal is unrelated to Kendall - Namberry says it's a variation on Cindy - I've always assumed it comes from Cynthia. (Of...
  22. I think of it as a boy name too - I associate it...

    I think of it as a boy name too - I associate it with Lennox Lewis, the boxer.
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    With a daughter named Nila, I'd avoid another...

    With a daughter named Nila, I'd avoid another name with a prominent long "i" sound, which would knock out Aya, Caia, Ivy and Heidi. They'd sound too similar to me.

    My favourites from your list are...
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    Isabel - beautiful, zesty, classic name. I know...

    Isabel - beautiful, zesty, classic name. I know it's been very popular but I'm never disappointed to see it get used.

    Elise - love this. I find it very sleek but not unapproachably so.

    Etta -...
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    Off-topic: when I first glanced at this post, I...

    Off-topic: when I first glanced at this post, I misread it as saying, "I come from Scandinavia and I am SO Hispanic." It was pretty confusing and now funny. ANYWAY.

    My parents aren't from...
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