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  1. Vivian Ruth - I prefer this combo to the other,...

    Vivian Ruth - I prefer this combo to the other, but Vivian feels very bland and overpopular to me.
    Vivian Pearl

    Sylvia Maeve - I prefer this combo to the other, but find Sylvia dated.
    Sylvia...
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    I adore Miriam! Elizabeth is a close second. I'm...

    I adore Miriam! Elizabeth is a close second. I'm not a fan of Hannah, sorry.
    I also think that mixing and matching the names works, as previous posters have suggested. Miriam, Hannah, and Elizabeth...
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    I am personally a big fan of both names, so I...

    I am personally a big fan of both names, so I might be a bit biased. But Poppy is a floral name, and not even a particularly unusual one, at that (I like Chrysanthemum, as well), and pretty much all...
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    Kaiser is quite a name, and to me, many of the...

    Kaiser is quite a name, and to me, many of the names on your list pale in comparison, meaning that unfortunately softer names like Marie or Elise seem too plain or forgettable.
    Kaiser & Maryse,...
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    It doesn't flow very well, but it's not terrible....

    It doesn't flow very well, but it's not terrible. Lucy Philippa, Lucille Philippa, and Lucinda Pippi remedy the double-a syndrome, if it bothers you too much.
  6. Thread: Blanche?

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    To be honest, I'm not a fan. Sure, it's part of a...

    To be honest, I'm not a fan. Sure, it's part of a group of "old lady" names that are becoming revived, but it lacks either the upbeat, peppy sound of Mabel or Edith, or the stately, regal one of...
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    Bastian fits in the most with the siblings.

    Bastian fits in the most with the siblings.
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    Poll: 1. Ella 2. Ruby 3. Penelope (strongly dislike)

    1. Ella
    2. Ruby
    3. Penelope (strongly dislike)
  9. Poll: Mirabel Anais is stunning, and goes perfectly...

    Mirabel Anais is stunning, and goes perfectly with siblings.
  10. How about Arabella Rose as a first name? Is that...

    How about Arabella Rose as a first name? Is that out of the question? Both names are lovely, and it'd be easier to use them upfront than to try and figure a way around them.
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    Clementine Lily would be my pick; simple, yet...

    Clementine Lily would be my pick; simple, yet beautiful.
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    I would definitely go with Annie solely as a...

    I would definitely go with Annie solely as a nickname for something. I know two Annies, both of whom are short for an Anna and an Anne respectively. Annie just feels so juvenile to me; perhaps it's...
  13. Here are some names I see praised heavily on...

    Here are some names I see praised heavily on Nameberry but never quite making it to an actual child:

    Cecilia/Cecily
    Lydia
    Margaret
    Araminta
    Juno/Junia
    Zelda
    Estella
    Theodora
  14. Elizabeth Arabella May is a gorgeous name, but...

    Elizabeth Arabella May is a gorgeous name, but the Rose seems to throw off the entire flow of the name. Elena is dated IMO, and flows poorly with Arabella.
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    Poll: I like Ella best of the lot, but it's overall up...

    I like Ella best of the lot, but it's overall up to you :)
  16. Thread: Anjulie?

    by bibliophile
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    Sounds to me like it could be much simpler...

    Sounds to me like it could be much simpler spelled Angelie.
  17. Poll: I love Lucy, and the French variant Lucienne, but...

    I love Lucy, and the French variant Lucienne, but I'm not a huge fan of the Lucinda branch. It makes me think of either a stuffy housekeeper or a fairy godmother; either way, elderly and a bit batty.
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    Apologies for repeats: Molly, Cass, Etta & ...

    Apologies for repeats:

    Molly, Cass, Etta &

    Romy
    Tamsin
    Winnie
    Lois
    Bea
    Evie
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    Poll: Evander & Dagny have a mysterious, mythical vibe...

    Evander & Dagny have a mysterious, mythical vibe I adore, but objectively I like Elodie best.
  20. Poll: Objectively, I don't see any problems with your...

    Objectively, I don't see any problems with your last name and any of the names listed. I like Lucy best of the ones, but they're all nice names. The first thing I thought of, though, was Agnes, as a...
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    I love Margaret Jane, but I despise Greta.

    I love Margaret Jane, but I despise Greta.
  22. Thread: Jamesina

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    It's very clunky. A feminization of a name that...

    It's very clunky. A feminization of a name that really should just stick with the gents.
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    Poll: Lucy, Skye, Jude, & Ruby make a flawless set.

    Lucy, Skye, Jude, & Ruby make a flawless set.
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    Though it is definitely not my style, the main...

    Though it is definitely not my style, the main reason I'd avoid using it is because in the States, there was a notorious murder of a little girl named JonBenet Ramsey, and that's the first thing I...
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    A: Adalyn, Adair, Avery B: Britton, Brooklyn,...

    A: Adalyn, Adair, Avery
    B: Britton, Brooklyn, Bree
    C: Cadence, Cassidy, Clea
    D: Delilah, Daphne, Delphine
    E: Elsie, Eliot, Eden
    F: Finley, Fallon, Felicity
    G: Gianna, Georgina, Genevieve
    H:...
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