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November 15th, 2015, 06:35 PM
My naming is style is very similar. I like a lot of the greeky/old lady-ish names.
Abyssinia: Not my favorite of the bunch. It sounds more like a book character but, I do appreciate the sound.
How about Maxfield or Hamish? Hamish would definitely be the only one. It's not exactly outdoorsy but its Scottish.
March 15th, 2013, 09:33 PM
August Dashiell & Sawyer Henry
Stellan came to mind and so did Crispin and Ezekiel nn Zeke.
October 6th, 2012, 04:19 AM
I do, it's Cherish. This is considered unusual right? I know of three besides me. I have a twin with a less popular virtue name. Well, not true its popular but not for a nineteen year old, more so...
What about Wilhelmina with the nn Mina? Also if we go back to the suggestion Graciela, there is the nn Cici if the obvious Gracie and Ella aren't favorites :)
Chadwick/or Chaz, it's a tie.
DH: Huckleberry James "Huck"
DW: Cordelia Belle
B1: Conrad Sher
B2: Ulysses Hawk
B3: Kendrick Otto
B4: Walter Will
B5: Viola "V" Grey, Adelaide "Addy" Rose and Edith "Edie" Opal...
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