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    Poll: I like Adam best. Andrew and Benjamin sound very...

    I like Adam best. Andrew and Benjamin sound very nice with the set. I like Samuel, but it's a bit too close to Samson with a daughter named Delilah imo.
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    Zion goes nicely with Jude. I prefer Bear as a...

    Zion goes nicely with Jude. I prefer Bear as a middle name.

    "Nature-y" names that complement Jude:

    Bayou
    Lark, Larkin
    Linden
    Finch
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    My favorites are Aurore and Seraphine, but in my...

    My favorites are Aurore and Seraphine, but in my experience Seraphine is more popular than Esme. Have you considered Aurelie?
  4. Allaire: I like this name, though it has a little...

    Allaire: I like this name, though it has a little too much gender ambiguity for my own personal taste, maybe because it remains me of the French boys' name Alain. It does have that vain of medieval...
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    I adore the name Miriam. I like Miriam with...

    I adore the name Miriam. I like Miriam with Simone.
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    Poll: I like India Rose on its own, but I think Araceli...

    I like India Rose on its own, but I think Araceli is the strongest sibling with Isaiah (not a fan of Ivy, though).
  7. Thread: Safira

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    Generally, the same as @amberdaydream, though...

    Generally, the same as @amberdaydream, though because I know a few Israelis with this name, my inclination would be to use a soft r (as in Hebrew, or French).
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    1. Emma, Jack, Thomas, Katherine, & Atticus 2....

    1. Emma, Jack, Thomas, Katherine, & Atticus
    2. Harry, Toby, Billy, Callie, & Madeleine
    3. Atticus, Ophelia, Indiana, Ramona, & Coralie
    4. Lincoln, Dakota, Montgomery, Charlotte, & Virginia
    5....
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    Gemma Lark (mn) Wren Felicity (swapped)...

    Gemma Lark (mn)
    Wren Felicity (swapped)
    Magnolia Laurel (fn)
    Persephone Cora (initials)
    Briony Carmine (kept)
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    Cecily Tallulah Miriam Zelda Maeve Ismay...

    Cecily
    Tallulah
    Miriam
    Zelda
    Maeve
    Ismay
    Sailor
    Sonnet
    Eloise
    Zita
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    They're too similar for me.

    They're too similar for me.
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    Artemis Miriam Etoile Cassiopeia Isolde...

    Artemis
    Miriam
    Etoile
    Cassiopeia
    Isolde
    Margarethe
    Demetria
    Yvaine
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    Poll: @kalaway said my thoughts almost exactly....

    @kalaway said my thoughts almost exactly. Kalliope and Zeph on their own are believable, if whimsical, but Septimus feels very much a fantasy name. Tim, on the other hand, sounds too mundane with the...
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    Is the story supposed to be realistic, or is it a...

    Is the story supposed to be realistic, or is it a fantasy, sci-fi, etc.? That might help in choosing a name.

    For Echo/Emerson, for example, her name is realistically unlikely given the era she is...
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    Poll: Madalaine Artemis Wren is lovely, but has the...

    Madalaine Artemis Wren is lovely, but has the unfortunate acronym "maw." I went with Madalaine Beatrix Wren.
  16. The first thing I thought of is Helena, which...

    The first thing I thought of is Helena, which seems to fit Emmanuelle, with Daphne, and your criteria quite well.

    Other ideas:
    Persephone
    Harriet
    Alicia
    Vera
    Araminta
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    They cross my mind, along with, as mentioned,...

    They cross my mind, along with, as mentioned, O'Hara and Johansson (O'Hara is probably my first association, actually), but mostly it just strikes me as a posh Southern belle name. I think it has a...
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    Zora is a little zingy-er, but I tend to stray...

    Zora is a little zingy-er, but I tend to stray away from names with one, singular, overwhelming association, such as Oprah or Hercules, unless I am a rabid fan of said association (hence my GPs...
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    I couldn't tell you why, but perhaps...

    I couldn't tell you why, but perhaps aesthetically: Hazel, Ophelia, Melisande, Elspeth. Some sort of combination of soft and hard in terms of sound, I think.
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    I like Kira & Theo from your list.

    I like Kira & Theo from your list.
  21. Thread: Lolita?

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    The name is now in the dictionary is a term for a...

    The name is now in the dictionary is a term for a sexually active young girl, which originated from the incredibly disturbing novel. It has no real good association, so no, it's not usable.
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    Isabelle Josephine Miriam Felicity Valencia...

    Isabelle
    Josephine
    Miriam
    Felicity
    Valencia
    Lucille
    Tabitha
    Susan
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    Doutzen & Tove make a lovely, quirky combo.

    Doutzen & Tove make a lovely, quirky combo.
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    Top 5: Elowen June Mirabelle June Ophelia...

    Top 5:

    Elowen June
    Mirabelle June
    Ophelia June
    Stella June
    Tallulah June
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    Love: Esme, Daisy, Cora, Beatrix, Poppy Like:...

    Love: Esme, Daisy, Cora, Beatrix, Poppy

    Like: Iris, Margot, Maple, Indie, Rowan, Pippa, Piper

    Dislike: Orla, Eliza, Lydia, Charlotte, Annie, Annabel, Ivy, Greta, Eden, Fearne, Millie
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