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    I agree with both sides, in a way. Personally, I...

    I agree with both sides, in a way. Personally, I only like established spellings, but how do they get that way unless they begin as creative?

    The thing is... no one like to have their name...
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    I like the suggestions of Violet Camille and...

    I like the suggestions of Violet Camille and Vivienne Claire. I'll add Coralie since I love the sound of it. I do not care for Coraline.
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    The first time I heard this name it was the name...

    The first time I heard this name it was the name of a young woman in her late teens/early 20's working in a retail store. She was so pretty with long auburn hair that curled at the ends and green...
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    Poll: I voted Atticus Miller but Hudson Jack was a...

    I voted Atticus Miller but Hudson Jack was a strong second for me. The reason I didn't vote for Hudson is that I can easily see Hudson going to the girls. It's just a little too soft for my tastes.
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    Martina and Marianne.

    Martina and Marianne.
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    Poll: I voted positive because I love Cressida. I don't...

    I voted positive because I love Cressida. I don't think the flow is quite right with Sonnet but it is workable. The only caveat I have is that when I mentioned Cressida to someone they said.... 'oh,...
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    Poll: I love your ear! I was looking at the names in...

    I love your ear! I was looking at the names in your signature... Everly Wren, Twila Rose, Lyra Winter! All winners. I think Briar Fae is lovely. Avril Isolde leaves me cold.
  8. Thread: Eira

    by rainydaygarden
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    I think something two syllable and soft in...

    I think something two syllable and soft in middle. Something like...

    Eira Marie
    Eira Monet
    Eira Lianne

    Not sure quite what...
  9. We gave our daughter Wren in the middle... which...

    We gave our daughter Wren in the middle... which I love.

    Sunflower
    Stony (or spelled Stonie)
    Anthem (sounds really good with a lot of names)
    Scotland (fresher than Ireland and gives a nod to...
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    Dang it! I was going to say Regina but someone...

    Dang it! I was going to say Regina but someone beat me to it.
  11. I have never met a Susanna. I have known many...

    I have never met a Susanna. I have known many Susan's (mostly in their 40's) and one Suzanne (also in her 40's) but that's it. I like it. I don't love it. But I agree it is not polarizing and I...
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    Callista is the most wearable. I love Calypso...

    Callista is the most wearable. I love Calypso and Callisto but I think they are a little out there. Calanthe sounds unfinished to me but I LOVE Calantha.
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    Wren (repeat) Lyra (repeat) Sage Thisbe (one...

    Wren (repeat)
    Lyra (repeat)
    Sage
    Thisbe (one of my fave short, cute names)
    Esme
  14. How old is she? I think the long e sound is the...

    How old is she? I think the long e sound is the most familiar English sound to most Asians. I've noticed a lot of Amy's and Tiffany's. I like Amalie out of the ones listed.

    How about Ivy?
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    I vote Audrey for all of the aforementioned...

    I vote Audrey for all of the aforementioned reasons, the greatest of them being the Roosevelt connection. It's just too odd.
  16. Sloane Bree Sloane Morgan

    Sloane Bree
    Sloane Morgan
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    Don't forget Maple. That's also got that...

    Don't forget Maple. That's also got that Southern vibe! :)
  18. I know someone who named her daughter Johnna (NOT...

    I know someone who named her daughter Johnna (NOT Johanna) pronounced John-Nah. It's not my cup of tea but it's a pretty name. The father's name was John. I'm not sure why she wanted to so...
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    Poll: I always look at the polls like this: First, I...

    I always look at the polls like this:

    First, I look at only the first name. I eliminate any first names that don't work for me. Then I imagine I must name my child right this minute from the...
  20. Thread: Baby #3

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    Damien Seth August (in the first position)

    Damien
    Seth
    August (in the first position)
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    How about Utah Sky?

    How about Utah Sky?
  22. I vote Winter. Starling does not age well,...

    I vote Winter. Starling does not age well, sounds too close to Stellan, and will be heard as Darling.

    I do love the sound of Starling though. Maybe Darla?
  23. Anne has long brownish hair and is very thin. ...

    Anne has long brownish hair and is very thin. Maybe a few red highlights in that hair. Sweet but quiet and studious. Likes vintage things like lace hankeys but wears modern clothes in her day to...
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    I like the name. However, I worked with a...

    I like the name. However, I worked with a slutty tramp named Heidi. Sorry, just using anonymity to be brutally honest. Anyway, everyone in the office called her Heidi Ho... to her face! She...
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    I really love Ireland Grace. Since you like...

    I really love Ireland Grace. Since you like place names I will suggest a fave I have been saving:

    Scotland Rose

    I LOVE Scotland. It's recognizable but unique. It pays tribute to a Scottish...
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