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    Wow, we have basically the same naming style--...

    Wow, we have basically the same naming style-- your list includes many of my favorite names! Ranking them from my favorite to least favorite:

    1. Ariadne: LOVE everything about it. I think it's...
  2. Thread: Meri

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    Meri

    Hi Berries,

    Can you think of longer names for Meri, other than Meredith and Merida?

    Thanks!
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    I guess technically if you're attempting to...

    I guess technically if you're attempting to shorten Demetria (Duh-MEE-tree-uh), it would be pronounced Duh-MEE. This sounds awkward and clunky, at least to me, which probably led to the stress on the...
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    Augustin is one of my top choices for a boy, and...

    Augustin is one of my top choices for a boy, and I live in the US as well. I think it's completely wearable. It sounds a sort of royal, while the nn Gus brings it back down to the real world. August...
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    I vote Augustin, by far. It seems fresher for a...

    I vote Augustin, by far. It seems fresher for a baby than stuffy Philip.
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    Is Lyndon trendy?

    I'd like to name a son Lyndon in the future, but I'm worried it may be interpreted as trendy, with its Jaydon/Braydon sort of vibe and the "y" as a vowel. I feel like the Linden spelling is ok, but a...
  7. Also, I don't think you need to worry about a...

    Also, I don't think you need to worry about a double e ending being trendy (not sure of you were, but one poster did bring it up), since Merridy is not an established name like Audrey or Aubrey. I...
  8. This is such an interesting name, I really like...

    This is such an interesting name, I really like it! In order of spelling preference, I would go with Merridy, then Meridee, then Meridy, then Meredy.
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    I think that would be great to honor both women,...

    I think that would be great to honor both women, but I'm personally not a huge fan of Hannelore, and it sounds a bit strange with Rowena. I would go for something like Rowena Lore, Rowena Elore, or...
  10. Thread: Nica?

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    I personally like the sound of Nikia (nih-KEE-uh)...

    I personally like the sound of Nikia (nih-KEE-uh) a lot more.
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    I grew up knowing a Darwin, he's about 20 now, so...

    I grew up knowing a Darwin, he's about 20 now, so to me it's completely normal. I'd say go for it. It's easy to pronounce, unusual but not bizarre, and I think its sounds nice with Frederick and...
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    I'd go with Magdalena!

    I'd go with Magdalena!
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    I think Grayson is WAY too trendy, I'd go with...

    I think Grayson is WAY too trendy, I'd go with Crosby. Or just Grey (the 'e' version just seems more masculine to me). Another name that seems to fit your style is August and all its variations.
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    @teacherma-- that's a great list, thanks! I like...

    @teacherma-- that's a great list, thanks! I like everyone's ideas, especially Thea, Indigo, Diana, Astoria and Rhea.
  15. Diana and Diane are both terrific. I'd go with...

    Diana and Diane are both terrific. I'd go with Diana Elle if I were you, a sleek crop of Ellen.
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    Names like Juno

    I love the sound and ancient-yet-fresh feel of Juno, but for me the movie association is just too strong. Any other suggestions, boy or girl, that have the same features of this rebounded antique?...
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    My favorites in order are Jack, Liam, Brody,...

    My favorites in order are Jack, Liam, Brody, Logan, then Declan.
  18. To me, Augustin (uh-GUS-tin) is male, and...

    To me, Augustin (uh-GUS-tin) is male, and Augustine (AW-gus-teen) is female. I don't have any historic proof to back this up, though.
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    I honestly do think that combo has been pretty...

    I honestly do think that combo has been pretty much ruined :/ At least for me. Instead of thinking 'wow, what a classically-named baby' all i think is 'trendy' which I know you're not going for. If I...
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    I like Augustin Kit, but Augustus Kit is also...

    I like Augustin Kit, but Augustus Kit is also very nice!
  21. Augustin is my favorite! Somebody had mentioned...

    Augustin is my favorite! Somebody had mentioned Augusten, but I prefer the '-in' ending.
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    LOVE this name! And definitely prefer this...

    LOVE this name! And definitely prefer this spelling over Christabelle, which looks too fussy to me.
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    Delta. While it does end in an A, it is decidedly...

    Delta. While it does end in an A, it is decidedly feminine, has a math/science/space feel to it, and was semi-popular in the 1800's, which can sort of qualify it as an old lady name. Since you're in...
  24. Cute! The only Colby I've met is a 9 year-old...

    Cute! The only Colby I've met is a 9 year-old girl, so its completely feminine to me
  25. Thread: Brynn?

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    Brynn is nice! I would spell it Brynn. Another...

    Brynn is nice! I would spell it Brynn. Another option for you would be Wynn, which is perhaps a little more spunky than Brynn. Also love Mae.
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