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    I love Lola. It always reminds me of the song by...

    I love Lola. It always reminds me of the song by The Kinks. Not only do I love the song, I love the fact that a song I love automatically starts playing in my head the moment I meet someone named...
  2. Thread: Emma Caroline

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    I love it. Beautiful choices.

    I love it. Beautiful choices.
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    I don't care for Haylee at all - just a personal...

    I don't care for Haylee at all - just a personal estimation.

    I love Lily! Lilian is a beautiful name, although personally, I prefer Lillian. I would go with Lillian nn Lily, but either would be...
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    I prefer Alexis to Alexia. In contrast to those...

    I prefer Alexis to Alexia. In contrast to those who point out that Alexia is a medical condition, though, I would also point out that it is also an established name. Although Alexia may not be my...
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    I am not a fan of Scout, personally. However, if...

    I am not a fan of Scout, personally. However, if you want to use it, I would use it with an older, elegant name in the middle place. THe first one that comes to mind is Scout Gwendolyn, which I think...
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    I love Artemis - it's beautiful. However, if you...

    I love Artemis - it's beautiful. However, if you have a daughter named Iris, I would suggest Xanthe. I am not a fan of rhyming names, and Iris and Artemis might sound a bit tacky together. That said,...
  7. Thread: Decision Time

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    I love Beatrice Rose and Alexandria Rose. I never...

    I love Beatrice Rose and Alexandria Rose. I never used to care for it much, Rose as a middle name has grown on me - I love it, but only when it's paired with particularly stunning first names.
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    I guess part of the question would be - how do...

    I guess part of the question would be - how do you define an ethnic name? I wouldn't use the names Hannelore, Ute, or Friedrika, nor would I use the names Helmut, Johann, or Adolph. They seem utterly...
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    I love the name Brynn (as well as the original...

    I love the name Brynn (as well as the original Welsh Bryn), but much prefer Brenna to Brynna. Brenna has a beautiful pronunciation and an elegant feel, whereas Brynna, to me, sounds like someone...
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    I love the name Adeline, and other than the fact...

    I love the name Adeline, and other than the fact that they share a common first letter, it's really nothing like Abigail. I don't really see the point of getting your heart set on a nickname as your...
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    J is pronounced like the English Y in many...

    J is pronounced like the English Y in many languages, including most Germanic and Slavic languages. Unlike littlemrsb, I don't think it matters if any of these languages are among the languages of...
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    Those are three of my favourite names! Especially...

    Those are three of my favourite names! Especially Ophelia.
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    Zelda and Lily are both two syllables, so you...

    Zelda and Lily are both two syllables, so you need a third name that is not two syllables. I would strongly recommend a one syllable name, unless your surname is one syllable, in which case three or...
  14. I love Raina. I also love Livana, but prefer...

    I love Raina. I also love Livana, but prefer Levana.

    What about Levana Rain or Levana Juliette?
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    I would definitely use Morgan and Rowan for...

    I would definitely use Morgan and Rowan for children, though I know lots of people hate unisex names. I like the idea of picking out a name prior to finding out the sex of a baby, and using it. Where...
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    I clearly don't follow American TV, or really...

    I clearly don't follow American TV, or really much in the way of pop culture at all (except Downton Abbey, which I love). I had no idea that Alannah was the name of a TV character. However, there are...
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    Poll: Cora Olive. As emmabobemma mentioned, the small...

    Cora Olive. As emmabobemma mentioned, the small sacrifice you would have to make in flow is more than made up for by the perfect overall tone of Cora Olive.
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    Poll: Although I like all of the spellings, Laena and,...

    Although I like all of the spellings, Laena and, in particular, Layna seem overly modern and have a slightly made-up feel to them. I know that they are not made-up, but I would go with Laina so as to...
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    In order to weigh in on this, I think I would...

    In order to weigh in on this, I think I would have to know how many syllables are in your last name. You could use a two syllable middle name, but only if your last name is notably different. If your...
  20. Poll: Harriet is my favourite of all the names, and I...

    Harriet is my favourite of all the names, and I love Hattie.
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    Congratulations! It's a very pretty choice.

    Congratulations! It's a very pretty choice.
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    I like Maisy, although I prefer Maisie. Neither...

    I like Maisy, although I prefer Maisie. Neither Promise not Primrose are my style, but I think either would work as a middle name. Maisy/Maisie Promise or Maisy/Maisie Primrose.
  23. I would stay away from E names and C names, as...

    I would stay away from E names and C names, as well as names related to Catherine (like Katerina) without the express permission of your Emily Catherine. Evelyn, Elizabeth, Charlotte, and Caroline,...
  24. Thread: Imogen

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    Imogen Poppy Amelia is a great combination....

    Imogen Poppy Amelia is a great combination. Imogen is classic and elegant; Poppy is youthful and sweet, Amelia is a flowery, princess-y name. I like Imogen in the first place position - I think it is...
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    Poll: I think Gwendolyn Eloise flows far better, but I...

    I think Gwendolyn Eloise flows far better, but I really like both. Either would be beautiful, although I am somewhat partial to the beautiful nickname Gwen.
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