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    There were 59 girls named Adelaine on the 1881...

    There were 59 girls named Adelaine on the 1881 England census and familysearch has several examples of Adelaines on the 1930 US census, if that helps.
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    The Roman Galen first springs to mind. Or you...

    The Roman Galen first springs to mind.

    Or you could try the G-Lennon/x pattern i.e.Gabriel Lennon, Gideon Lennox etc.
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    Ah, his name was Alfred Mahershalalhashbaz...

    Ah, his name was Alfred Mahershalalhashbaz Clayden, but it has been mistyped as "Alfred Maharshalalhashba". The middle name is clearly meant to be from the Mahershalalhashbaz that is mentioned in the...
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    Renrose, because there are so many transcription...

    Renrose, because there are so many transcription errors and typos, I check every name against marriage, death and census records as well to find the most common spelling. If a name on my list does...
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    A few quirky-old timers that might fit your style...

    A few quirky-old timers that might fit your style (sorry for any repeats):

    Augustin
    Barnabas
    Benedict
    Bertram
    Beresford
    Crispin
    Felix
    Ferdinand
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    Perpetua Prudence Courtney Judith Judita

    Perpetua
    Prudence
    Courtney
    Judith
    Judita
  7. Thread: Unfair Sibsets

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    I know a woman with a little boy named Arthur,...

    I know a woman with a little boy named Arthur, and she just had a little baby girl and named her Neveah.

    Arthur and Neveah... I must admit that, together, I find them very jarring.
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    Here are some old Medieval names (10th-13th...

    Here are some old Medieval names (10th-13th century) that rarely used now:

    Ailith
    Ailed
    Amelot
    Amphelice
    Avice
    Duva
    Ediva
    Endellion
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    Absolutely not. I would say, hands down, that it...

    Absolutely not. I would say, hands down, that it is more important to give a second daughter a first name that you truly love (and therefore she will most likely love as well), regardless of her...
  10. A few thoughts: Alban Alistair Amos Arlo...

    A few thoughts:

    Alban
    Alistair
    Amos
    Arlo
    Atticus
    Conrad
    Everett
    Ezra
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    Yes, Jago is the Cornish form of James / Jacob....

    Yes, Jago is the Cornish form of James / Jacob. I've never heard of the drink before (I'm British).
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    Picking up on the Joby theme, how about Jobin nn...

    Picking up on the Joby theme, how about Jobin nn Joby? Both Joby and Jobin are old medieval diminutives of Job that now survive as surnames. And Jobin is very similar to Tobin, a variant of Tobias. ...
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    I read on Marginamia...

    I read on Marginamia (http://marginamia.blogspot.com) that a couple named their daughter Georgia, but call her Peach as a nickname.
    Victoria is a type of plum and Florence is a type of cherry. ...
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    I agree with Meredith230. Both Madeleine and...

    I agree with Meredith230. Both Madeleine and Emilia are lovely, but because the 'eleine' ending of Madeleine looks and sounds very similar to Elaine, Emilia Elaine gets my vote.
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    Here are names that contain the 't' 'a' 'g'...

    Here are names that contain the 't' 'a' 'g' sound, although some are quite adventurous.

    August
    Augustus
    Augustin
    Dagobert
    Dragotin
    Gaetan
    Garrett
    Gustav
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    Elowen is a Cornish name from the Cornish word...

    Elowen is a Cornish name from the Cornish word 'elaw' meaning Elm. Cornish names (as with Welsh) place the stress on the penultimate syllable. So it's eh-LOH-en.
    It does get some usage in England...
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    Aldo Alec Amos Ari Arlo Arndt Axel Beau...

    Aldo
    Alec
    Amos
    Ari
    Arlo
    Arndt
    Axel
    Beau
    Blaise
    Blaine
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    girls = 4 boys = 2 Darcy, Ivy, Hermione,...

    girls = 4
    boys = 2

    Darcy, Ivy, Hermione, Daphne, Cleménce, Livia, Leonie, Violet, Caterina, Rhiannon, Petra, Aurea, Constance, Julietta, Theresa, Phaedra, Mireya, Magdalene, Willa

    Madoc,...
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    girls = 3 boys = 2 Scarlett Rachel Violet...

    girls = 3
    boys = 2

    Scarlett Rachel Violet Adele Orla Ruth Niamh Sarah Pearl Delyn Victoria Imogen Adelaide Dahlia Margaret Lavinia Flora Holly Anna Eve

    Evan Patrick Maxwell John Geoffrey...
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    girls = 4 boys = 3 Ella, Molly, Paige,...

    girls = 4
    boys = 3

    Ella, Molly, Paige, Georgia, Olivia, Bethany, Isabel, Sophie, Mia, Grace, Caitlin, Lola, Alicia, Niamh, Imogen, Jasmine, Rosie, Ruby, Amelia, Naomi

    Joseph, Jacob, Aaron,...
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    girls = 3 boys = 3 Emmeline, Marianne,...

    girls = 3
    boys = 3

    Emmeline, Marianne, Audrey, Sophia, Iona, Charlotte, Elodie, Lila, Amelia, Cerys, Annabelle, Rebecca, Lucy, Amabel, Ada, Rosemarie, Sabina, Cecily, Camille, Matilda

    Gabriel,...
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    girls = 2 boys = 3 Ella, Rose, Ivy, Lily,...

    girls = 2
    boys = 3

    Ella, Rose, Ivy, Lily, Eveline, Estelle, Charlotte, Mirabel, Pearl, Cordelia, Clara, Ava, Lucy, Chloe, Lillian, Vivian, Alice, Lucille, Maisie, Isabel

    Tate, Noah, Roscoe,...
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    girls = 4 boys = 2 Isolde, Beatrix, Raina,...

    girls = 4
    boys = 2

    Isolde, Beatrix, Raina, Christabel, Avalon, Mireya, Adeliza, Britta, Elise, Adara, Delilah, Evadne, Leonie, Aurelia, Livia, Zoe, Marcheline, Aurora, Bella, Carissa

    Amador,...
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    girls = 4 boys = 2 Eliza, Abigail, Flora,...

    girls = 4
    boys = 2

    Eliza, Abigail, Flora, Rose, Lily, Ada, Annabel, Sylvie, Frances, Maeve, Iris, Stella, Olivia, Sylvia, Mirabel, Eleanor, Orla, Esther, Claribel, Audrey

    Phineas, William,...
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    girls = 2 boys = 3 Victoria, Sophia, Tabitha,...

    girls = 2
    boys = 3

    Victoria, Sophia, Tabitha, Emily, Sadie, Cecily, Imogen, Stella, Coralie, Emma, Julia, Poppy, Eleanor, Caroline, Philippa, Lily, Summer, Eve, Elizabeth, Lila

    Edmund, Samuel,...
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