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    The woman across the street from me is an exotic...

    The woman across the street from me is an exotic dancer and her name is Elizabeth. And she does not have a "stripper name" that she goes by when she works. She's nice, we swapped veggie plants for...
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    Why can't you use Juliet? Beautiful name. I mean...

    Why can't you use Juliet? Beautiful name. I mean I like Anna too, but maybe Juliet suits her?
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    Audrey Caroline Cecilia Claudia Daphne Diana...

    Audrey
    Caroline
    Cecilia
    Claudia
    Daphne
    Diana
    Edith
    Estelle
    Fiona
    Felicity
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    My friend's have a son named Bowen. He's 2 years...

    My friend's have a son named Bowen. He's 2 years old now. It was her MIL's maiden name. I think it's cute.
  5. Side note: There are adults named Declan haha....

    Side note: There are adults named Declan haha. Elvis Costello's real name is Declan. For those who have "never heard of a Declan", it's pretty popular in Ireland... as it is an Irish name. Not really...
  6. I know several people named Declan and Miles. ...

    I know several people named Declan and Miles.

    I have a cousin named Miles (age 32). I have an ex-boyfriend named Miles (age 29). My friend has a son named Miles (age 6, and there is another Miles...
  7. Susanna Rory? Shannon Rhea? Really disliking...

    Susanna Rory?
    Shannon Rhea?

    Really disliking the spelling of Sicilia.

    Vincent Kenneth is great.
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    Aubrey to me is a boys name. I mean I know it's...

    Aubrey to me is a boys name. I mean I know it's unisex, I just prefer it on a boy. Love the name Audrey though. I love Isla as well.
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    I love Neve but if you live in the US, I would...

    I love Neve but if you live in the US, I would keep it spelled Neve. The Niamh spelling is gaelic and isn't very commonly seen in the US. If you are overseas, you could use either. I'm just...
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    I think it would be appropriate on either gender....

    I think it would be appropriate on either gender. I like the Marlow spelling more for a boy though and Marlowe for a girl. I recently had a friend use the name Lowe for a girl, which could be a cute...
  11. Thread: Which Spelling?

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    Poll: No it's not. It's spelled Katherine because it's...

    No it's not. It's spelled Katherine because it's pronounced kath-er-ine. It's not a very strong emphasis on the middle er sound. If it were pronounced Kath-rin, it would be spelled Kathryn. Not...
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    My cousin is named Charlotte and she goes by...

    My cousin is named Charlotte and she goes by Charli.
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    One more weird name suggestion... and it's weird....

    One more weird name suggestion... and it's weird. I have a friend from college named Sister. Real name. Not a nickname. She OWNS it. I also think it's cool and weird. It's a real old school name,...
  14. Thread: initials XL?

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    I think you might be safe though. Yes the name...

    I think you might be safe though. Yes the name starts with X, but it's kinda pronounced with a Z/S sound, and the fact that the name actually starts with an X... it isn't the first letter that comes...
  15. Thread: Which Spelling?

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    Poll: Well... that extra "e" in Katherine isn't in...

    Well... that extra "e" in Katherine isn't in there for fun. It's there to be said. It's three syllables. Also it's not said kath-uh-rin. It's kath-er-ine.
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    Same. Big fan of Juliette and Odette.

    Same. Big fan of Juliette and Odette.
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    Theodore you could do Theo. Theodore is a greek...

    Theodore you could do Theo. Theodore is a greek name... Thor is a norse name. They have totally different meanings and backgrounds. I think it's kind of stretching.

    Ronan is good on it's own,...
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    I used to pay attention to initials, and I...

    I used to pay attention to initials, and I remember when I was a teen and my aunt had her three kids with the initials N.M.E. (enemy), P.E.E. and A.P.E. They're all 15-20 years old now and apparently...
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    Middle name suggestions? It's pretty strong...

    Middle name suggestions? It's pretty strong sounding so I was thinking something kinda soft?

    Olivette Vera?
    Olivette Sabrina?
    Olivette Rose?
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    My sister's name is Candice. The ice spelling is...

    My sister's name is Candice. The ice spelling is way better than the ace spelling. Also, I know four Candice/Candace's and none of them go by Ace or Andie. They go by Candice. Not everything needs a...
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    I like Eva too. However I prefer the...

    I like Eva too. However I prefer the pronunciation ev-ah not ee-va.
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    I am an 8 letter first name and 8 letter middle...

    I am an 8 letter first name and 8 letter middle name... and I was a four letter last name but I got married and now I'm 8-8-10. It's a lot.
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    Poll: I like both first names, but Penelope Grace flows...

    I like both first names, but Penelope Grace flows really well.
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    Love the name Eve but yeah, it does seem a bit...

    Love the name Eve but yeah, it does seem a bit miss matched. I don't think it is too out there though, as I think of Eve as kind of being a spunky name. I say go for it, but if you want other short...
  25. Thread: Which Spelling?

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    Poll: Y'all... Kathryn and Katherine/Catherine are...

    Y'all... Kathryn and Katherine/Catherine are pronounced differently. Kathryn is two syllables. Katherine is three.
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