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    Westerns: The Gunslinger, the first book in the...

    Westerns: The Gunslinger, the first book in the Dark Tower series by Stephen King, is a lovely book. True Grit is also a good book, fairly small, so a nice bite sized Western. No Country for Old Men...
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    Today (assuming all the names must be different):...

    Today (assuming all the names must be different):

    G/G: Constance Camellia and Anouk Minnie 'Connie and Nook'
    B/B: Dossie Morris and Bertram Reginald 'Doss and Bertie'
    B/G: Gerald Gardener and...
  3. Bertille, Benilde, Horatia, Hortense, Hortensia,...

    Bertille, Benilde, Horatia, Hortense, Hortensia, Piroska, Elfrida, Hecuba, Ernestine, Ernesta, Walburga, Elfreda, Alphonsa, Agrippina, Dorinda, Umberta, Rufina, Melvina, Ulrica, Brunhilde, Blodwen,...
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    I really love Faye. I personally am not a big fan...

    I really love Faye. I personally am not a big fan of many three letter names (May is the only exception), and I think Faye manages to be both grounded and ethereal at the same time.
  5. Thread: Tyke

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    Yes, it is politically incorrect: a tyke is a...

    Yes, it is politically incorrect: a tyke is a derogatory term for a Catholic. It is also a term for an unpleasant man, in addition to the more common definition of a tyke being a mischievous child....
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    In no particular order (save Dossie and Momo): ...

    In no particular order (save Dossie and Momo):


    Boys
    1. Dossie
    2. Roland
    3. Bertram
    4. Reginald
    5. Herbert
    6. Gerald
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    Poll: I personally love Aurora Faye. I think Faye has...

    I personally love Aurora Faye. I think Faye has such a magical quality to it (though I am super biased as it is on my own short list), and I love the combined meaning: dawn fairy. The others are...
  8. Thread: Think/Say

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    Say: Hello Mafalda, hello Celsius. Think: I...

    Say: Hello Mafalda, hello Celsius.
    Think: I think Mafalda is a really lovely name with a lot of quirk and charm, but I really do not like Celsius. I can see a lot of teasing potential (e.g: 'hey,...
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    Some are a bit of a stretch, but could work: ...

    Some are a bit of a stretch, but could work:

    Jemima, Geranium, Germaine, any jewel name (particularly 'j' or 'g' starting ones, e.g: Jewel, Garnet, Geuda, Jacinth, Jade, etc.), Giada (Italian for...
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    I love Millie Rose, Edward Stephen and Freddie...

    I love Millie Rose, Edward Stephen and Freddie John. Freddie George is great, but reminds me too much of Fred and George, the Weasley twins from Harry Potter.
  11. Thread: Bunny????!!

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    I actually love love love Bunny, it is on my...

    I actually love love love Bunny, it is on my short list, and I have a cow named Bunny. I'm not a fan of the Duchess Kate idea, or Bunnie (with the heart), but horses for courses. It is a pretty...
  12. Thread: Think/Say

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    Say: that's very exciting! Think: I love Dorothy...

    Say: that's very exciting!
    Think: I love Dorothy Agatha- it is a wonderful name. I am personally not a big fan of Violet, but it is a nice enough name. I personally cannot get past Muriel's Wedding,...
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    Fiona Rose is really pretty with a lovely...

    Fiona Rose is really pretty with a lovely elegance and understated grace. Other suggestions (sorry for any repeats):
    Fiona Hope
    Fiona Zoe
    Fiona Louise
    Fiona Cleo
    Fiona Penelope
    Fiona Alouette...
  14. Thread: Think/Say

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    Say: What handsome names! Think: Pretty much the...

    Say: What handsome names!
    Think: Pretty much the same thing. They are lovely classic names- I especially have a soft spot for Daniel / Danny. Jacob isn't my cup of tea, but that is just a personal...
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    Ramona, Silas and: Constance, Bernadette,...

    Ramona, Silas and:
    Constance, Bernadette, Geraldine, Frances, Tabitha, Mabel, Maude, Mercy, Clemency, Prudence, Zelda, Maxine, Corinne, Vesper, Dagny, Minnie, Faye, May, Henriette, Henrietta,...
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    I am so sorry to hear this news. As someone whose...

    I am so sorry to hear this news. As someone whose family has been affected by cancer multiple times within the last decade, I am certainly praying for your mother and your whole family and will be...
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    Violet Minnie Faye "Roberts" Charlotte Annie...

    Violet Minnie Faye "Roberts"
    Charlotte Annie Jean "Roberts"
    Eva Madelief Max (Evie) "Roberts"
    Emmeline Poppy Malou "Roberts"
    Catherine Opal Bea "Roberts"
    Lillian Capella Fern "Roberts"
    Winter...
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    Jason: Eh, a fine name, and I usually love Greek...

    Jason: Eh, a fine name, and I usually love Greek names, but Jason just doesn't do anything for me (although I love Jason Bourne :)).
    Kieran: A charming name. NMS, but a nice name none the less....
  19. Thread: Manon or Indre?

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    Poll: I love Manon- I met one a few years ago, and it...

    I love Manon- I met one a few years ago, and it is absolutely charming. Indre is nice, but I think that Manon is more intuitive (pronunciation wise) and it is quite stunning.
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    Say: That will be exciting, it will be nice to...

    Say: That will be exciting, it will be nice to have them back home for a while.
    Think: I love Abner, the rest of the names are nice, but Abner really shines.

    'My daughters Malou and Camellia are...
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    Natalia isn't personally my cup of tea, but it is...

    Natalia isn't personally my cup of tea, but it is very regal and elegant, and I can see it suiting any personality.

    Suggestions: Zinnia, Fenna, Georgina, Philippa, Caroline, Cornelia, Viola,...
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    Your name: Bertille Bayo 'Bertie' Your husband's...

    Your name: Bertille Bayo 'Bertie'
    Your husband's name: Dossie Reginald 'Doss'

    What does the outside of your house look like?
    5 or 6: http://interiordesigningblog.com/wp-...home-style.jpg

    How...
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    I'll just do Daniella: wispy mouse brown hair. ...

    I'll just do Daniella: wispy mouse brown hair.

    Bertille?
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    LN: Oakley DH: Franklin Charles Ray 'Frank' ...

    LN: Oakley

    DH: Franklin Charles Ray 'Frank'

    DW: Henrietta Frances Maeve 'Hennie'


    DD: Harriet Isabel Grace 'Hattie'
    DS: Robert Daniel William 'Bertie'
    DD/DD: May Matilda Claire and...
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    I think it is really elegant, spunky and...

    I think it is really elegant, spunky and beautiful. It does strongly remind me of Hawaii: I've never been, but the idea of Hawaii, with hula dancers, exotic flowers, beaches, volcanic mountains, the...
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