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  1. I live around a lot of Dunkin Donuts and buy a...

    I live around a lot of Dunkin Donuts and buy a lot of Duncan Hines, but I don't associate the name Duncan with either of those things. I think of a very cute young man I had a crush on in high school...
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    With Rufus, I prefer Jasper. Casper/Caspar is...

    With Rufus, I prefer Jasper. Casper/Caspar is more otherworldly, while Rufus and Jasper both have that sweet, old-fashioned clunkiness.
  3. Thread: Baby #2 poll

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    Poll: Sibling names don't have to match, but if you...

    Sibling names don't have to match, but if you specifically want their names to sound good together, I would skip Emery, Everly, Sienna, Alayna/Lainey and Riley. They feel a bit too trendy/modern for...
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    To me, Drew and Harper are word names, while Mae...

    To me, Drew and Harper are word names, while Mae is not (May, however, is); that being said, I really prefer Drew and Harper over Mae, even though I am usually against double word combos. Drew and...
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    I think Marjorie is very sweet and if you were my...

    I think Marjorie is very sweet and if you were my friend, I would completely support you using it in the middle spot!

    That being said, sometimes we just don't like the names of people we'd like...
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    I think Cleo + 3-or-4-syllable name + Pear is a...

    I think Cleo + 3-or-4-syllable name + Pear is a great idea.

    Graziella was a great suggestion.

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  7. 1) ...is the most unusual? Doone 2) ...is the...

    1) ...is the most unusual? Doone

    2) ...is the most traditional? Anna

    3) ...is the most masculine? River - the only name I like on boys and girls.

    4) ...the most feminine? Clarissa

    5)...
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    Lavender Margo Mariposa Ellen Xanthe

    Lavender
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    Mariposa
    Ellen
    Xanthe
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    Poll: I think Penelope fits the quirky-yet-familiar,...

    I think Penelope fits the quirky-yet-familiar, old-fashioned vibe of the names better, especially with the nickname Penny.
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    1) Would Adeline/Adaline and Clementine be too...

    1) Would Adeline/Adaline and Clementine be too close as names for sisters? They do not rhyme, at least in Australian English (Ada-leen and Clemen-tyne). Would Ada/Adah be a better choice?

    If you...
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    I am not a huge fan or either Agatha or Agnes,...

    I am not a huge fan or either Agatha or Agnes, but I would use Agatha over Agnes if the middle name is Frances. Agatha is rare but easy to say and spell, Aggie is a cute nickname, and it grows up...
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    Poll: It really depends on the name. If the parents...

    It really depends on the name. If the parents emphasized that Amelia was 'Ah-MEEL-ee-yuh' and not 'Ah-MEEL-yuh,' I would say it that way - it doesn't feel wrong, it's just not my first instinct....
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    Poll: I love Mara. Mila would be my second choice, and...

    I love Mara. Mila would be my second choice, and it also sounds really nice with Owen. I think Mina is another great option.
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    I love Claire and Elisabeth! Matilda feels a...

    I love Claire and Elisabeth!

    Matilda feels a little more offbeat next to Cole and Owen, but not bad at all. Lily is cute, but also doesn't 'fit' somehow.

    Claire would be my first choice; so...
  15. Poll: I voted for the wrong one! I prefer Emma Juniper...

    I voted for the wrong one! I prefer Emma Juniper and Grace Waverly. Grace + Juniper = two word names, and I'm not fond of that.
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    Marie Dayz Knee Jezz is probably not usable, but...

    Marie Dayz Knee Jezz is probably not usable, but Marie with des Neiges as a middle name would be a sweet way to honor your mother.
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    Have you thought about using Pearl to honor...

    Have you thought about using Pearl to honor Marjorie? Marjorie is a variation on Margaret, which means 'pearl.'
  18. I would say MY-uh (not Australian). I had never...

    I would say MY-uh (not Australian). I had never even thought about it being pronounced MAY-uh until you suggested it! I do think it sounds pretty either way.
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    I agree with other posters that most of these...

    I agree with other posters that most of these names are not blatantly connected to your religion, so the eye-rolling and sigh-inducing you're worried about will probably be avoided if you use any of...
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    I really like the discussion going on here. I...

    I really like the discussion going on here. I feel like using more "international" names is something that is becoming more regular, but I'm not sure how I feel about the political correctness of it...
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    Name Culture Dilemma

    The recent article about Japanese names reignited the fire I have for them, and I wanted to pose a question to the community at large.

    I love many Japanese names. I think they are beautiful and...
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    I love Nola June, but I think June sounds better...

    I love Nola June, but I think June sounds better with Faye. Either way, you've got a good name! What middle names do you like if June is the first?
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    Agree with pp that Rudy Dawn Willow is a lot of...

    Agree with pp that Rudy Dawn Willow is a lot of nature names all put together, and Nadia or Fiona might work a bit better for an adult. Also, something about RR names gets me a bit tongue-tied; maybe...
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    I know someone who has used this as a middle name...

    I know someone who has used this as a middle name - and most people mispronounced it. Lots of Simon, Simmon, and yes, semen. However, most people don't know the baby's middle name anyway. I think...
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    Poll: O'Kelly if you use Anne, and Sinclair if you use...

    O'Kelly if you use Anne, and Sinclair if you use Anna.
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