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    I prefer Evander. Vander looks like part of a...

    I prefer Evander. Vander looks like part of a last name to me. Van der is "of the" in Dutch and since Dutch surnames are super common around here, that's all I think of.
  2. Thread: Delsin

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    This is what it reminds me of, too! It looks like...

    This is what it reminds me of, too! It looks like a mash up of Delsym and Desitin.
  3. Thread: Zuzu... ?

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    It's okay as a nickname but feels incomplete as a...

    It's okay as a nickname but feels incomplete as a given name. Have you considered Zula?
  4. Thread: weird or what?

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    Since both names are so common, I think it's...

    Since both names are so common, I think it's totally fine.
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    Jackson John isn't unique though... Jackson is...

    Jackson John isn't unique though... Jackson is like, the most popular name of 2013.

    On the plus side, he could be called John-John!
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    Thanks for the suggestions! I'll have to stew...

    Thanks for the suggestions! I'll have to stew over them. :)
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    I haven't the slightest idea who Iggy Azalea is!

    I haven't the slightest idea who Iggy Azalea is!
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    For a girl? Not at all! A friend of mine has a...

    For a girl? Not at all! A friend of mine has a son named Boston and, while I prefer it as a city and not a name, it definitely suits him and feels super masculine!
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    It depends on the child. If it was my angel baby,...

    It depends on the child. If it was my angel baby, I would say absolutely no way, please do not use a name so close to hers! If it was the same/similar to a future child's name, I wouldn't mind as...
  10. Thread: Callahan?

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    Boy. I do know a girl with the name, however, and...

    Boy. I do know a girl with the name, however, and she prefers to go by Callie because she hates that her name is so masculine!
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    I'm not a fan.

    I'm not a fan.
  12. Thread: Estée

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    It's too Estée Lauder for me, sorry!

    It's too Estée Lauder for me, sorry!
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    This is fair. However, I just want to point out...

    This is fair. However, I just want to point out that this isn't the case for everyone. You could ask a hundred different people and get a hundred different answers on how having a misspelled...
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    Is your surname Kent? If not, I don't see the...

    Is your surname Kent? If not, I don't see the problem. Clark is a fairly common name and has been for a while. It's not like you're using the name Kal-El or anything. ;)
  15. Thread: Iris vs Ivy

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    Poll: I prefer Iris, I just like the sound of it more!

    I prefer Iris, I just like the sound of it more!
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    Getting to Gail

    Gail/Gale is one of my new favorites but I think I prefer it as a nickname, especially since the middle name will be Mae.

    Berries are creative so I figured I would come and ask all of you what...
  17. Thread: No. Just No.

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    Eh, I'd try to cut her some slack. I'm sure she's...

    Eh, I'd try to cut her some slack. I'm sure she's just trying to be helpful and in her day, things were done a lot differently.

    Here's a pretty good article about why you shouldn't give your baby...
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    A unique spelling of a common(ish) name doesn't...

    A unique spelling of a common(ish) name doesn't make the name unique.

    I'd go with the Marlowe spelling for a boy but if you're going to be calling him Marley, I do prefer that as a given name.
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    Poll: Cora is my favorite but Zipporah rocks, too.

    Cora is my favorite but Zipporah rocks, too.
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    I'm in the US and think both are usable. Yes,...

    I'm in the US and think both are usable.

    Yes, Poppy does remind me of Papi but that doesn't bother me at all!
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    I prefer Braden.

    I prefer Braden.
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    Congrats to your brother!

    Congrats to your brother! <3
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    I don't watch the Simpsons so I don't get that...

    I don't watch the Simpsons so I don't get that reference.

    All it does is remind me of Fort Laramie. It feels more masculine than feminine.
  24. Thread: Jane vs Jenna

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    I'd go with Jane. It's definitely a lot simpler...

    I'd go with Jane. It's definitely a lot simpler and has the awesome nickname Janie.
  25. Thread: Caitriona?

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    It's a pretty spelling but it'd get mispronounced...

    It's a pretty spelling but it'd get mispronounced all the time! I think using Katrina would be easier but I don't think it looks as pretty as Catriona (my preferred spelling).
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