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    Which middle names are better?

    I want to use my daughter's middle name(s) to honour my amazing mama, but right now I'm spoilt for choice!

    Our shortlist for my little girl's first name is: Rosalita, Azalea, Magnolia, Cosima &...
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    Thank you all, great rational advice -...

    Thank you all, great rational advice - rationality is something I'm not too good with at the moment!

    I don't expect the father to become involved anytime soon, mainly due to the fact that I heard...
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    Is my mother's advice right?

    I'm hoping some of you might be able to help me with this dilemma.

    To cut a long story short, my unborn baby girl will be the biological daughter of my ex-boyfriend - who wants nothing to do with...
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    Aside from "baby" or "little girl", my other half...

    Aside from "baby" or "little girl", my other half has taken to calling her Berry/Holly Berry, as my surname sounds similar to "holly", which I think is very cute :) Part of what drew me to Nameberry,...
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    Verbena & Honora

    After going over my short list with my other half, we ended up scrapping Mimosa (she felt it was "too wussy"), Belphoebe (questioned a few friends and they couldn't get their heads around it),...
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    My preferred pronunciation is DAY-lee-ah and I've...

    My preferred pronunciation is DAY-lee-ah and I've lived in and out of London for most of my life and plan to stay near/close for a good few years more at least, so I may be okay with it :)

    I'm...
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    Pronunciation question for Brits!

    To anyone from the UK, particularly England, how do you pronounce the name Dahlia? It's one I may consider for my little girl, but only if people are more likely to use my preferred pronunciation.
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    I don't have any nieces or nephews myself, but my...

    I don't have any nieces or nephews myself, but my girlfriend's two nieces are Emily and Jessica (2/3 years old, I think) and she also has a one year old nephew named Mika. I'm not totally certain of...
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    I once had my hair done by a Priscilla, and she...

    I once had my hair done by a Priscilla, and she was not a very nice lady so I can't say I love it. But I definitely think it goes well with your other choices, particularly Beatrice I think....
  10. I think Mathias is the nicest looking, but if you...

    I think Mathias is the nicest looking, but if you want people to get the pronunciation right first time round then I think Mattias would probably work best. Whichever way you spell it, it's a lovely...
  11. Thread: My Top 20 :)

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    They're really cute. Haven't ever thought much...

    They're really cute. Haven't ever thought much about boys names, but I like them. My favourites are Jasper Jericho (I think alliteration can be nice sometimes), Dakota Beckett, Aspen Isaiah, Asa...
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    What do you think of these?

    Neoma (nay OH ma) or Noémie (no ehy mee)
    Leta (LAY ta)
    Leocadia (lee oh KAY dee ah)
    Karenina (ka REN ee na) or Carina (ka REE na)

    Came across them while looking through a few more potential...
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    My favourite would be Saskia Therese, shame your...

    My favourite would be Saskia Therese, shame your husband doesn't like it. Although, having said that, it's completely unusuable if you think about the initials - STD aka "sexually transmitted...
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    Poll: Tindra and Indira sound a bit too similar to me,...

    Tindra and Indira sound a bit too similar to me, and Taisie reminds me of tasers. I like Olwyn best, I think the spelling Olwen might be just a touch nicer though. I voted for Olywn Harriet Cook.
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    By big and well-known I just meant "famous" in...

    By big and well-known I just meant "famous" in the same way that Paris and London are, as I mentioned. I did an A-Level in Geography so I definitely know capital cities :) Vienna is no doubt an...
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    Just had a look through this thread, and you...

    Just had a look through this thread, and you definitely did the right thing in my opinion. At the end of the day, it's their choice what they name the baby, but at least you've made sure they're...
  17. Thread: Vienna?

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    Fair point, but I still don't think that place...

    Fair point, but I still don't think that place name automatically means unsuitable for use on a child. In the everyday world, most people aren't going to know whether Carolina-the-place or...
  18. Thread: Molly and Lola

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    I like Molly and Lola, but I think they work...

    I like Molly and Lola, but I think they work better as nicknames as you're suggesting. Otherwise they feel a bit tacky to me. I didn't really think of dogs, just the numerous parents I've seen out...
  19. My favourite from your list are: Adelaide...

    My favourite from your list are: Adelaide (Addie), Beatrice, Celeste, Clara, Clementine, Cleo, Cordelia, Desirée, Evelyn, Genevieve, Giselle, Iris, Ivy, June, Lorelai, Maeve, Margot, Olive, Phoebe,...
  20. Poll: I really like Luz, I'm considering Belphoebe Luz...

    I really like Luz, I'm considering Belphoebe Luz Maria for my little girl (thanks to Namberry user ottilie!). I love all the names actually. But based on which one I think sounds and fits better with...
  21. Thread: Vienna?

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    The first thing I thought of was that ice-cream...

    The first thing I thought of was that ice-cream dessert, Viennetta, which isn't really a bad thing to think of when you hear a name. I think it sounds quite pretty. It's unusual, but still sounds...
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    After saying it over and over, I do hear 'eclair'...

    After saying it over and over, I do hear 'eclair' slightly, but I wouldn't have noticed otherwise. I think it's fine to use unless you plan on calling her by the full "Linnea Claire" all the time. I...
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    I think these fit with that style quite well:...

    I think these fit with that style quite well: Leonie, Charlotte, Amélie, Audrey, Eloise, Noémi/Noemie, Jolie, Sylvie, Lucy, Elise, Madeleine, Louise, Valerie, Ottilie, Matilda, Esme, Cecily, Zoe,...
  24. Clementine, Luna and Clover were all on my...

    Clementine, Luna and Clover were all on my potential list for my little girl :) I don't think I'll be using them now, but they're still so lovely.

    My favourites from your list there are:...
  25. Some that came to mind for me, that weren't...

    Some that came to mind for me, that weren't mentioned above, were: Alexie, Envy, Galaxy, Navy, Breezy, Jazzy, Kizzy, Ozzy, Davie, Octavie and Stevie.

    Also: Josie, Lindsay, Pansy and Tansy -...
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