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    Another vote for Rose as the first. Although,...

    Another vote for Rose as the first. Although, I'm a huge fan of the nn "Libby" if you opted for Elizabeth! Both beautiful choices.
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    I'm on the Isobel bandwagon, as well. It makes...

    I'm on the Isobel bandwagon, as well. It makes the name more sophisticated than frilly, although equally as feminine and romantic.
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    Wesley nn Wes Everett nn Rett Gwyneth nn...

    Wesley nn Wes
    Everett nn Rett

    Gwyneth nn Gwen/Gwennie
    Juliette nn Lettie
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    Poll: Love River. A guilty pleasure of mine. It would...

    Love River. A guilty pleasure of mine. It would be at the top of my list it if I didn't have a nature surname.

    I love the sound of Wilder but would concerned that the nickname "Wild" would be...
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    I love the name Ingrid and find it strangely soft...

    I love the name Ingrid and find it strangely soft and feminine with an undertone of strength.

    My hangup is that I unfortunately always also hear "ingrate" when I say it. "Ingrid the Ingrate". ...
  6. Elowen Aoife Rose. I would also like Amoret...

    Elowen Aoife Rose. I would also like Amoret Rose, but the double A with Amoret and Ann makes the two names blend.
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    I have a French ancestry and speak basic French,...

    I have a French ancestry and speak basic French, but I live in the States where all of the spellings would likely be pronounced the same. Vivienne would be my choice based on the look more so than...
  8. I'm going to jump on the Zelda Ruth train, but I...

    I'm going to jump on the Zelda Ruth train, but I do have to say that Simone Marilka would also be stunning, given it's sentimentality.
  9. Bennett and Graham Bram and Gwen Bethany and...

    Bennett and Graham
    Bram and Gwen
    Bethany and Gwyneth
  10. I know both are "made up" spellings, but I wonder...

    I know both are "made up" spellings, but I wonder if Elenna or Ellenna would get you the pronunciation you're looking for.

    I agree with the recommendation of Helena (pronounce He-LEN-a) with nn...
  11. Poll: As a fellow Green (the color spelling), I have...

    As a fellow Green (the color spelling), I have kissed goodbye and accepted the letting go of all names associated with a color. Ruby Greene feels like a contradiction. As does Pearl Green or Marigold...
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    I think they both sound completely fine/great...

    I think they both sound completely fine/great with your daughters' names. I've asked Berries if they thought have more than one daughter with an "a" ending was too much and no one thought it was a...
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    Poll: I like Philmena better than Philippa (only very...

    I like Philmena better than Philippa (only very slightly) but much prefer Pippa to Philo (which makes me think of dough). Mena would also be cute for Philomena.
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    I think Elizabeth sounds great with Amelia "Mia"....

    I think Elizabeth sounds great with Amelia "Mia". How about the nn "Libby" instead?! Mia and Libby.
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    I say it more like Mar-gret. (definitely like...

    I say it more like Mar-gret. (definitely like "net" and not like "pit" but will two syllables.
  16. Thread: Bay

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    Bay works fine for a boy, but doesn't have as...

    Bay works fine for a boy, but doesn't have as much substance / history as Abel. I do prefer Bay or Baya as a girl's name (short for Beatrice or Beatrix). Do you like Bastien? Or Basset? Or Barret?
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    I'm another two-syllable pronouncer most of the...

    I'm another two-syllable pronouncer most of the time with vye-let. If I do say the "o", I say it as "uh".
  18. Zinnia, Pheobe and Poppy are best with your sons....

    Zinnia, Pheobe and Poppy are best with your sons. Zinnia Rose would be number one. I do love Johanna Rose, though!
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    I have a bit of a hard time with the short name...

    I have a bit of a hard time with the short name long name combo with Rosa and Valentina, but no one else would notice, especially is you're calling her Nina. Valentina is lovely and different.

    I...
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    I know and Ada who pronounces it Add-a. But it's...

    I know and Ada who pronounces it Add-a. But it's short for Adana. If I didn't know her, I would automatically say Aid-a (like Ava).
  21. I live in the mid-atlantic (US) and I know four...

    I live in the mid-atlantic (US) and I know four baby boys born in last four months with the name Declan. All are located in this area.
  22. I plan to use Lettie as a nickname for Juliette,...

    I plan to use Lettie as a nickname for Juliette, as I have the same feelings about the other nn options.

    I second the reco of Sylvie.

    Delphine
    Odette
    Eloise
    Malou
    Celeste
    Cecily
  23. Thread: Lulu?

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    Poll: Eloise is still my favorite "Lu" name. I also am...

    Eloise is still my favorite "Lu" name. I also am starting to like Lucette and Malou.

    Of your choices above, Louisa is my favorite.
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    Juliet is my favorite, but does not pair with...

    Juliet is my favorite, but does not pair with Scarlett as well as Eliza and Isla. Isla Juliet would be lovely.
  25. Any love for Alba? I find it playful but...

    Any love for Alba? I find it playful but substantial. Flora would be my pick from the rest of your list. Good luck!
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