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    I'm going to agree with what someone else said...

    I'm going to agree with what someone else said above - of your girl's list, I like Evelyn the best. Can you use it as the first name for a girl? It's such a pretty name, and I like the -n ending...
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    I like this name. There was a girl in my 6th...

    I like this name. There was a girl in my 6th grade class named Maude who was really cute and popular, athletic, small and spritely. So that's my image of this name (nothing fusty about it to me!). I...
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    I knew a Skippy (really great guy) in high...

    I knew a Skippy (really great guy) in high school; his real name was Scott. So you could use any S name, with Skip as a nn.
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    The name gurus who started this site said it...

    The name gurus who started this site said it best: People will always be spelling the name wrong by spelling it right! OK -- middle name, it doesn't matter so much. But still.
    I think you can...
  5. And if you use Giselle Grace, you can call her...

    And if you use Giselle Grace, you can call her Gigi for short (GG -- ha).
  6. Greta and Giselle are both charming names. To me,...

    Greta and Giselle are both charming names. To me, Giselle is French, so I think it works French names: Giselle Justine? Just a thought ...
  7. I like the last name Cox, I think of it as a good...

    I like the last name Cox, I think of it as a good classic last name, and guess the teasing potential just never occurred to me! So I was going to say DON'T go with the hard C or K sound because it...
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    In the book THE MOZART SEASON by Virginia Euwer...

    In the book THE MOZART SEASON by Virginia Euwer Wolff, the girl heroine is named Allegra (she is a violinist) and her brother calls her Legs for short.
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    I'd check those popularity lists! Molly was...

    I'd check those popularity lists! Molly was pretty high for a while, though I haven't paid attention lately, and Poppy was rising, last I heard. Very cute names, but ... The problem is, if you want...
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    And just to add -- I don't think "Indian" is...

    And just to add -- I don't think "Indian" is considered a bad word by Indians, either; I think it's OK for both non-Indians and Indians to say it! So even if people did make that association, I don't...
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    These were great -- thanks! Many I hadn't thought...

    These were great -- thanks! Many I hadn't thought of. (Egmont and Eroica as bro/sis pair -- too funny!) Though, what is the connection between Adelaide, Gretel, Jamie, Johnie, Isla, Sunset, Bonny,...
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    Names that suggest Beethoven

    For a story, I am tentatively thinking of boy/girl names that the parents might have given kids as an homage to Beethoven. Any ideas? So far, I have:

    Boy -- Ludwig
    Girl -- Eroica, Cavatina

    Any...
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    Tess is traditionally the nn for Teresa, but you...

    Tess is traditionally the nn for Teresa, but you can be more imaginative if you want. How about Esther? Or anything that begins with T.
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    Very unusual choices! I happen to love Persephone...

    Very unusual choices! I happen to love Persephone for the mythology reference. Possible other nicknames: Persia, Sephy. (Not Phony, please!) I also like Posy.
    Romilly is pretty, could be Romy for...
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