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    I know a baby named Ea (pron. EE-ah) but I can't...

    I know a baby named Ea (pron. EE-ah) but I can't say I'm a fan.
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    A beautiful name, but maybe review the mythology...

    A beautiful name, but maybe review the mythology first?
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    I adore Sparrow. I think the risk of it, though,...

    I adore Sparrow. I think the risk of it, though, is that a sparrow could seem like a small and insignificant creature to be named after, depending on your daughter's personality. (I would personally...
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    I quite like it! Handsome and distinctive.

    I quite like it! Handsome and distinctive.
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    Another vote for Davin! I work in schools and...

    Another vote for Davin! I work in schools and there are Jaydens of various spellings crowding the hallways. Davin is nice, strong and warm.
  6. Imani is an extremely beautiful Muslim name that...

    Imani is an extremely beautiful Muslim name that I adore: elegant and strong.
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    I think it's charming. It's also the middle name...

    I think it's charming. It's also the middle name of a close (female) friend and she loves it and always goes by her full name. She told me once that she thinks it's helped her professionally, because...
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    I love Ottoline Pearl, but Wren is sweet too....

    I love Ottoline Pearl, but Wren is sweet too. Darling is a bit much for me. Have you read Peter Pan recently? It's pretty misogynist, full of directly disparaging remarks about women, so not a...
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    I always disliked having a popular name (the...

    I always disliked having a popular name (the ubiquitous Sarah) and I find it continues to be a hassle in adulthood--even though Sarah was ranked in the teens the year I was born. So I would...
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    Poll: I love all these options except Liam and Rory....

    I love all these options except Liam and Rory. Channing is a family name for me too so it's exciting to see it used so well. Avery would be my top choice, followed by Xavier.
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    I think Aurora is beautiful and not nearly as...

    I think Aurora is beautiful and not nearly as princessy as many far more popular names. Just because Disney used it, that doesn't stop it from being an elegant classic! Neither does its climb in...
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    Alice, Aurora, and Xavier--all ruled out for me....

    Alice, Aurora, and Xavier--all ruled out for me. I also grew up with a popular name, and even as an adult people have to refer to me by both first and last name, so I wouldn't let that happen to my...
  13. As to why they're so popular, I'd guess that a...

    As to why they're so popular, I'd guess that a generation of Kristens, Megans, and Lisas rebelled against the plainness of their own names and gave their daughters the frilly, romantic names they...
  14. I love Dorothea and associate it with the great...

    I love Dorothea and associate it with the great surrealist painter Dorothea Tanning--so someone strong, imaginative, and daring. Her sisters would be Helena and Marguerite. (It's off limits for me...
  15. I also like Annabel Faith.

    I also like Annabel Faith.
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    Poll: I love Cecily! Sweet and elegant. Clemency seems...

    I love Cecily! Sweet and elegant. Clemency seems too gender-prescriptive as a virtue name for my taste; I'd love Verity, say, instead. Liliana is pretty but all the double-L names are starting to...
  17. I do know a little Matilda, maybe 7 or so, and I...

    I do know a little Matilda, maybe 7 or so, and I have the impressions that's it's fairly popular among educated urbanites--as are Henry, Oliver, Sebastian, Clementine, and other names that are big on...
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    How about Zaius for a boy? Lola isn't that...

    How about Zaius for a boy? Lola isn't that unusual for a girl, so if you want something distinctive I'd keep looking.
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    I think it's adorable.

    I think it's adorable.
  20. I really like Ezeriah, honestly, and Ezra is the...

    I really like Ezeriah, honestly, and Ezra is the natural nickname for it anyway. 10 months isn't too old to change it, but it's hard to see how the idea won't cause conflict. When he grows up he...
  21. Thread: Astrid?

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    I have a friend named Astrid Silvana--lovely...

    I have a friend named Astrid Silvana--lovely combo I think.
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    My name was only #18 when I was born, and there...

    My name was only #18 when I was born, and there were still way too many of us, and I find it continues to be a nuisance in adulthood--so I'd suggest looking at the hundreds of equally lovely names...
  23. Thread: Top 5! WDYT?

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    I like all of them except Juno--the goddess is so...

    I like all of them except Juno--the goddess is so spiteful and nasty that it ruins the name for me. Arwen, Luna, and Astrid are all quirky-charming-lovely.
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    I believe Marmara--like the Strait--means...

    I believe Marmara--like the Strait--means sparkling and shining. Celestine or Vesper/Vespera/Vespertine would also work.
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    I've taught hundreds of kids, and the only one I...

    I've taught hundreds of kids, and the only one I ever heard complain about the other kids making fun of her name was a Raquel. (I don't get it, either; Chastity, Miracle, and Reality had no such...
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