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    Exactly what anaxandra said.

    Exactly what anaxandra said.
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    There are worse spelling than the ones I'm going...

    There are worse spelling than the ones I'm going to list, however I don't think anybody would ever spell them that weirdly.

    Emily - Ammylee / Ameyleigh
    David - Dayvydt
    Holden - Holdyn ...
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    While I adore Flora, I don't love it with...

    While I adore Flora, I don't love it with Adelaide. Something seems off.
    So my choice would be Cara Adelaide, the "a"s do run into each other but it still seems more fitting than Flora Adelaide.
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    If I could only name one daughter, her name would...

    If I could only name one daughter, her name would be Ophelia.
    It's rare but not unheard of, internationally usable and to me, beautiful beyond measure.
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    I have a bit of a problem with boys names too....

    I have a bit of a problem with boys names too. Girl names seem easier, however for both genders there's only a handful (or maybe 2) of names that I absolutely love.

    Elliott
    Theo
    Caspian
    August...
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    Maybe add another classic like Elizabeth /...

    Maybe add another classic like Elizabeth / Elisabeth? You could have the nicknames Lizzy or Libby, if you do want to continue your y-nickname theme.
    Every name starting with El- could have the...
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    Poll: Isabel. I just think it's more approachable. ...

    Isabel. I just think it's more approachable.
    When I first read the name Isobel, I thought it was the weirdest spelling and didn't get that it was pronounced like Isabel.
    I do think that Nameberry...
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    Alice or Matilda would be my choice.

    Alice or Matilda would be my choice.
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    Definitely use Alice as a standalone first name....

    Definitely use Alice as a standalone first name. I don't see the world lice in it since the pronunciation is quite different, so I never really noticed.
    However it's important that you feel good...
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    I hope you don't mind if I add more than 5. ...

    I hope you don't mind if I add more than 5.

    From the German Top 500 list:

    Leonora (#426)
    Viola (#308)
    Elsa (#292)
    Flora (#246)
    Aurora (#234)
    Madita (#222)
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    I prefer Mila. I think you might have less...

    I prefer Mila.
    I think you might have less pronunciation issues with it since a lot of people are familiar with the name because of the actress.
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    But if Mackenzie meant "child of a Mackenzie"...

    But if Mackenzie meant "child of a Mackenzie" it's meaning would still be "Child of a Son Of Coinneach/Kenneth".
    I don't think that name meanings change just because people use former surnames as...
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    I don't think that you need "matched" sibling...

    I don't think that you need "matched" sibling names, meaning one was chosen so it sounds good with the other/s. However I do like if a name sounds like it could be a sister/brother name to already...
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    Thank You. I've come across this problem several...

    Thank You. I've come across this problem several times and I made the bad decision to "correct" the person with just writing the true meaning underneath her post. She was quite mad, said that I...
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    Thank You. I've come across this problem several...

    Thank You. I've come across this problem several times and I made the bad decision to "correct" the person with just writing the true meaning underneath her post. She was quite mad, said that I...
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    I didn't know the poem but I do know about the...

    I didn't know the poem but I do know about the ballet so my first thought went to the Medora variation, which I absolutely love (especially the music is lovely).
    For the name, I think it's...
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    You Would Do That? If you have the time that...

    You Would Do That? If you have the time that would be more than amazing but if you don't get to it, no problem at all.
    It's funny how Elliott has sibling suggestions Juliet and Bennet, since they...
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    Name Meaning Discussion

    I've come across a post were a person listed name meanings for the names of some (lesser) famous people. Now I just added the true meanings of the name, since the ones that she put were wrong and now...
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    LOVE With Your Surname
    Alice Hermione
    Hana Felicity
    Lydia Primrose
    Audrey Delphinia

    Henry Elijah
    Elijah Theodore
    James Alaric Matthew
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    What a wonderful book. Could you look up Flora,...

    What a wonderful book. Could you look up Flora, Ophelia and Elliott for me? I'd love to know what the book says about them (especially in the sibling section). Thank you in advance :)
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    Poll: We spell it both Frieda and Frida here and both...

    We spell it both Frieda and Frida here and both are about equally popular, that's why, to me, both are German spelling but you're right, Frida is also used internationally.
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    Poll: But both spellings are German?

    But both spellings are German?
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    @rachelemma It's funny how everybody sees Flora...

    @rachelemma It's funny how everybody sees Flora as a more calm person who just does what she loves, be it reading, gardening or playing with kittens.
    Especially since I have a similar image in my...
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    Elisabeth is more international. Should...

    Elisabeth is more international.
    Should Elisabeth ever visit Europe, her name will be pronounced Elisa-bet (since the "th" sound is an English thing) in a lot of countries and she won't have a...
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    Poll: I adore the combo Frieda Josephine. I'm not sure...

    I adore the combo Frieda Josephine. I'm not sure how Frieda is viewed where you live but it is quite common here.
    Vintage but still stylish, Frieda fits in with a lot of the new "old names" like...
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