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    Greta was the first name that came to mind for...

    Greta was the first name that came to mind for me. Greta Marie sounds lovely.
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    Juliet Mae is just gorgeous! Definitely favourite...

    Juliet Mae is just gorgeous! Definitely favourite combo from your list and a lovely sibset with Emelia.

    The right mix of feminity, familiar but not popular and with funky nn choices.

    I love...
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    I have loved the names Jessamy and Phoebe since I...

    I have loved the names Jessamy and Phoebe since I was about 10. I don't know if I would use either of (due to my surname) but I still adore them!
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    Poll: I voted Maisie (though I prefer Maisy). Molly...

    I voted Maisie (though I prefer Maisy). Molly reminds me a mole...not nice!
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    I think Joss is very feminine and if I heard...

    I think Joss is very feminine and if I heard someone calling to their child I would assume it was a nn for Jocelyn/Josslyn.
    I like Jay as a nn option though.
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    I think Joss is very feminine and if I heard...

    I think Joss is very feminine and if I heard someone calling to their child I would assume it was a nn for Jocelyn/Josslyn.
    I like Jay as a nn option though.
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    Sticking with the unisex theme, how about...

    Sticking with the unisex theme, how about sticking to the unisex names like your boys: Ashley, Avery, Bailey, Kelly ( have y also), Sage or Shannon?
    Or maybe feminine with masculine nn like...
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    I did shake my head at it...and thought "Really?"...

    I did shake my head at it...and thought "Really?" It sounds like they were trying way too hard - familiar sounds, but being on-trend with the use of x, and being nicknamey, and could be unisex, and...
  9. Thread: Calla?

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    Love Calla Joy! Go for it!

    Love Calla Joy! Go for it!
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    My two favs from your list are: Mateo Alexander...

    My two favs from your list are:
    Mateo Alexander Elias
    Alexander Maxen Elias
    Good luck!
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    I love Anneliese Ivy (nn Ellie)! I also like...

    I love Anneliese Ivy (nn Ellie)!
    I also like Anneliese Scarlett and Ivy Olivia from your list.
    Good luck!
  12. To me the pronunciation is very much the same for...

    To me the pronunciation is very much the same for both names. (But that's probably a geographical thing... I see Mischa pronounces Tara similarly to Farrah but in Australia that is definitely not how...
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    Definitely Cassia. I agree with tay2thestars...

    Definitely Cassia. I agree with tay2thestars Kassia looks like an attempt at a trendy (or creative) spelling.
  14. Thread: Amara Lou Tyler

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    Adorable! Familiar sound but unusual name. I...

    Adorable! Familiar sound but unusual name. I think it's a winner. :D
  15. Thread: Zane vs Dominic

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    Another vote for Dominic. I find Zane a bit dated...

    Another vote for Dominic. I find Zane a bit dated (late 80s, early 90s trend).
  16. Thread: Christopher?

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    I LOVE the name Christopher. It's so flexible,...

    I LOVE the name Christopher. It's so flexible, suits so many styles, and I can picture it on a variety of ages, personalities, etc.
    I always wanted to name a son Christopher, but it ended up being...
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    Harper. Elsie/Elsa, Eve and Maeve seem to be...

    Harper. Elsie/Elsa, Eve and Maeve seem to be everywhere I turn, with little George and Henry following closely behind! At the supermarket, at work, friends of friends babies...
  18. Thread: George vs. Luke

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    Poll: Sorry - but every time I see/hear the name Warren...

    Sorry - but every time I see/hear the name Warren I think of the joke "what do you call a man with rabbits up his bum?" Not so handsome...
    I love George Leland though. Cute, unexpexted and...
  19. Thread: Chelsea

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    Not my style, but a great name. Very feminine....

    Not my style, but a great name. Very feminine. Difficult sound to match a middle to though. Some ideas:
    Chelsea Adele
    Chelsea Louise
    Chelsea Claire
    Chelsea Margot
    Chelsea Joanne
    Chelsea Bryn...
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    They're completely different in style. Charlotte...

    They're completely different in style. Charlotte is a feminine, timeless classic with options for spunky nicknames (Char, Charlie, Lotte). Avery has become a unisex name, though traditionally...
  21. Thread: Sister for Milo

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    How about: Greta Elodie Leoda or Leona Violet...

    How about:
    Greta
    Elodie
    Leoda or Leona
    Violet
    Adela or Adele
    Freya
    Heidi
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    Willa?
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    Claire Elizabeth gets my vote. Classic and...

    Claire Elizabeth gets my vote. Classic and simple, but not so expected like Katherine/Kate.
    Both choices suit Sam in sibset though.
  23. Thread: Usable or Not?

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    Use it if you love it. There is no rule saying...

    Use it if you love it. There is no rule saying you shouldn't use a name because it originates from/is associated with a different culture.
    And Paloma is a great name for cultural crossover; easy to...
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    Indy Jacob has my vote. Hearing Indy Ellis...

    Indy Jacob has my vote.
    Hearing Indy Ellis sounds like 'Indie Alice' which is very feminine.
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    James Andrew or James William - both classic,...

    James Andrew or James William - both classic, enduring, masculine and well suited to Luke Russell. Good luck!
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