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    A: Adair B: Britton C: Clea (CLAY-uh) D:...

    A: Adair
    B: Britton
    C: Clea (CLAY-uh)
    D: Delphine
    E: Eden
    F: Felicity
    G: Genevieve
    H: Harbor
    I: Iris
    J: Juliet
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    Flora Annabelle March Walden Francis

    Flora Annabelle March
    Walden Francis
  3. There are tons of Em names that wouldn't be too...

    There are tons of Em names that wouldn't be too far of a stretch from Emma. Emmaline, Emily, Emilia, Emery, Emiliana. If you are concerned about changing her initials, any of these could be long...
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    Flora Catherine Anne Rowena Cordelia Snow...

    Flora Catherine Anne
    Rowena Cordelia Snow
    Cecily Beatrix March
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    I guess by "preppy" and "Southern" I think a...

    I guess by "preppy" and "Southern" I think a little more vintage/classic -

    Belle
    India
    Adele
    Margaret
    Scarlett
    Ella
    Lavinia
    Carolina
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    Poll: Row-een-a is one of my absolute favorites....

    Row-een-a is one of my absolute favorites. However, if you're looking for Ro-wenn-a, I think that the Rowenna spelling is actually established, and I don't see it as a creative spelling.
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    Flora Iris Alice Beatrix Celia

    Flora
    Iris
    Alice
    Beatrix
    Celia
  8. I think that the best thing to do would be to let...

    I think that the best thing to do would be to let your sister know right off the bat that you are planning on using Henry if you ever have a boy. If you do have a boy, and have never told her that...
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    Flora Lavender March Seumas Walden Francis

    Flora Lavender March

    Seumas Walden Francis
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    I have to go against the consensus and say...

    I have to go against the consensus and say Marguerite! I have both versions on my girl's list, and both are lovely. Margaret Frances Ols3n is a bit dry for my taste, and I think that Marguerite adds...
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    I really love Catherine Ophelia. I think I first...

    I really love Catherine Ophelia. I think I first saw it in someone's signature around the site...
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    I have to agree - Helena and Arthur both sound...

    I have to agree - Helena and Arthur both sound fantastic!
  13. Hermione Phaedra Meredith Hermione Astrid...

    Hermione Phaedra Meredith
    Hermione Astrid Zenobia
    Hermione Anastasia Larkin
    Hermione Rosalind Alice :)
    Hermione Isolde Georgiana
    Hermione Seraphine Alice
    Hermione Anouk Larkin
    Hermione...
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    I absolutely love Tess Penelope Kate. Tess and...

    I absolutely love Tess Penelope Kate. Tess and Kate both give me an image of a graceful and intelligent woman :) . Penelope holds them together really well. Rachel is pretty generic to me, but it is...
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    Alice Beatrix Clara Della Elowen Florence...

    Alice
    Beatrix
    Clara
    Della
    Elowen
    Florence
    Georgiana
    Harriet/Hattie
    India, Isobel
    Juniper
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    Tess, Kate, Wren

    Tess, Kate, Wren
  17. I actually know a girl named McKayl, pronounced...

    I actually know a girl named McKayl, pronounced Ma-kale. I know that when her name is read for the first time, she often gets "Mckayla", but it isn't a problem afterwards, and she's isn't really...
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    Florence Isobel, either Rowena Alice or Lydian...

    Florence Isobel, either Rowena Alice or Lydian Alice
    Seumas and Walter
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    Poll: I definitely like Lissie the best for a nn, but...

    I definitely like Lissie the best for a nn, but it depends on what image you're going for. Elfie and Cece are both pretty cutesy, whereas Flick (as I saw suggested) is a little more tom-boyish.
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    Poll: Glad you love Cormac too! And yes, Isobel - so...

    Glad you love Cormac too! And yes, Isobel - so beautiful, but so sadly popular!
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    Poll: A lot of the names in my signature are names that...

    A lot of the names in my signature are names that I would consider for middles to Seamus. But really, that's just my personal taste:)
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    I once knew a girl named Indigo. It gives off a...

    I once knew a girl named Indigo. It gives off a cultural and almost Middle Eastern vibe to me. The similar India seems exotic, yet very English, while Indigo has less of a British association, but...
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    Poll: I love Seamus! It's my top boys' name with the...

    I love Seamus! It's my top boys' name with the Seumas spelling;) I voted for Seamus Reid, but I think that neither is quite... sturdy, I guess would be the word, enough to fit behind Seamus, which I...
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    I love names like Isobel, Elinor and Samantha,...

    I love names like Isobel, Elinor and Samantha, that are just too popular for me to use. My own name is usually hovering around the 800-900 section of the charts, so it's rare enough that I haven't...
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    Poll: I love Samantha, and I think it's really a...

    I love Samantha, and I think it's really a beautiful, if overused classic. I'm not a fan of boyish nicknames though.
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