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    Coral is fine. Totally agree that it is a natural...

    Coral is fine. Totally agree that it is a natural variation of that whole family of names.
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    I think if you are going to use two word name...

    I think if you are going to use two word name middle names, maybe it would be better to go with a non-word name first name; I.e Lilah over Luna(moon)? Grace and Rose are both so traditional that...
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    Lyla Winter Rose! So pretty.

    Lyla Winter Rose! So pretty.
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    I think it's nice. Comparing it with Evian is...

    I think it's nice. Comparing it with Evian is quite a stretch, IMO.
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    Amelia lends itself to the adorable nickname...

    Amelia lends itself to the adorable nickname Millie, which I love.
  6. 1. Titania - tie-tan-ia 2. Evelune - Ev-uh-loon...

    1. Titania - tie-tan-ia
    2. Evelune - Ev-uh-loon
    3. Eleni - ah-lay-nee
    4. Rania - ray-nia
    5. Neilia - nee-lia
  7. Marcella is pretty. Maybe 'Bette' or 'Bea' as the...

    Marcella is pretty. Maybe 'Bette' or 'Bea' as the middle name as a diminutive of Bertha? Or Maeby as a combination incorporating several of the names?
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    Lydia is so pretty. I think the hard n really...

    Lydia is so pretty. I think the hard n really makes it more masculine and takes away from the prettiness. Plus it's the exact spelling to indicate language or place of origin (i.e. she was Lydian)....
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    I think they are all a little dated (but...

    I think they are all a little dated (but classic!) - would go with Alexandria of the three. I find Alexa slightly more hip.
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    I like Lilah or Lyla. Lila is the more...

    I like Lilah or Lyla. Lila is the more traditional spelling. I have never seen it spelled Lylah. I think the y and the h each harden the name a little, so I might choose one or the other but not...
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    I've heard Maizel a few times.

    I've heard Maizel a few times.
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    I think Vivienne has always been a pseudo-popular...

    I think Vivienne has always been a pseudo-popular name (I know them of all ages. Spelled that way or Vivian.) But I don't see it ever reaching annoyingly popular status. I think it's more a classic.
  13. Beatrice, though I do LOVE the nickname Bebe. ...

    Beatrice, though I do LOVE the nickname Bebe.

    Evangeline
    Lila
    Ruby
    Eloise
    Hazel
    Violet
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    Poll: I'm not brushing off the offensive aspect. I...

    I'm not brushing off the offensive aspect. I said I would ask my Indian friends before deciding. I just want to set that aside and get other opinions because after reading many forums on the topic,...
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    Cole I love. Also like the meanings with Finn....

    Cole I love. Also like the meanings with Finn. Jack and Finn are the same type of name in my mind (I don't know why) but Jack is uber über popular. Skip to me is a nickname more than a name.
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    Sadly Jacob is also already in use. Love the...

    Sadly Jacob is also already in use. Love the character Mordecai but the name sounds too much like Mortician for my taste.

    Levi and Isaiah are some of my faves but husband doesn't dig them.

    I...
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    Poll: That's more what I was worried about. None of...

    That's more what I was worried about. None of those names are ever, ever used here so it is hard to tell how they are perceived elsewhere, the 'offensive' aspect aside.
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    Zara! I think it has a similar ring to Isla.

    Zara! I think it has a similar ring to Isla.
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    Poll: Based on the comments I will definitely ask my...

    Based on the comments I will definitely ask my Indian friends if they find the name offensive before Deciding. I expect they won't but I could be wrong.
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    Poll: Definitely - one of the main reasons I prefer...

    Definitely - one of the main reasons I prefer India to Isla is the diminutive.
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    Poll: origin of INDIA's name | Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam...

    origin of INDIA's name | Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam

    “Hindu”, India and “Bharat” – The Story behind Word Origins . || Satyameva Jayate ||

    Among others.
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    Poll: It seems to me that those posts have to do with a...

    It seems to me that those posts have to do with a misunderstanding of the origin of the name, believing that India was a transliteration by British colonialists (incorrect) rather than a long-before...
  23. Thread: Delilah

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    I love the name Delilah for its beauty, but for...

    I love the name Delilah for its beauty, but for people who are religious, it has very, very negative connotations. 'Temptress' is the PC way of putting it. Seductress. Vamp. Worse. By 'queen of the...
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    I think the whole Kay- lee, lyn, la so on trend...

    I think the whole Kay- lee, lyn, la so on trend is played to death, and sounds strange with such a creative middle name. I would go with either an uber-traditional name or a similarly creative name....
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    Poll: Offensive in what way?

    Offensive in what way?
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