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  1. Friend needs to expand her list! Hubby has rules:)

    Here are the names on her list so far:

    Connor, Duncan, Elliot, Ethan, Gabriel, Griffin, Harrison, Kieran, Liam, Nolan, Oliver, Oscar, Reid, Riley and Sebastian.

    Husband does not want names that...
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    Go for Piper if you like it, I know a few people...

    Go for Piper if you like it, I know a few people who have used it, and until you mentioned it, I didn't realize there was a slang version of the name at all!

    Magnolia is great too! I always...
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    I love "clunky grandma" type names (Agatha/Aggie...

    I love "clunky grandma" type names (Agatha/Aggie for example) but Eunice doesn't seem to strike the same chord for me. Is this a family name? Perhaps something with a similar feel but a little less...
  4. Love Olympia and Pearl, not a huge fan of...

    Love Olympia and Pearl, not a huge fan of Millicent.
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    I think it works; may depend on your surname. I...

    I think it works; may depend on your surname. I think Sloane is in the same vain too.
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    I think it has a positive vibe, I actually kinda...

    I think it has a positive vibe, I actually kinda like the Harbour spelling, makes it seem more surname than place name...if that makes sense?
  7. This is such a tough one I think; especially...

    This is such a tough one I think; especially since nickname names are becoming so popular, there is going to be crossover names. I love many nature/flower names, but then I think "oh, it kinda sounds...
  8. Names like Zephyrine or Wisteria, but more usable, every day names?

    Would love alternative/similar names suggestions to Zephyrine or Wisteria, my husband won't go for too "earthy" or "flowery" and I don't want the familiar like Lily, Rose etc.
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    Myra always seems like such a sweet and kind...

    Myra always seems like such a sweet and kind name!

    Others;

    Anna
    Bellamy
    Elena
    Fae
    Haven
    Honora
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    Myra always sounds so sweet to me! Other...

    Myra always sounds so sweet to me!

    Other options:
    Anna
    Bellamy
    Blythe
    Day
    Ella
    Eleni
    Eulalie
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    I think maybe swap the word "name snob" to "name...

    I think maybe swap the word "name snob" to "name aficionado" (especially berries); a person who is very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about an activity, subject, or pastime. Therefore, we THINK more...
  12. Playing with the name Ever, but could it be misread as "Eve-r"?

    I like the soft "e" sound of Ever, but am wondering if people might mis-read or mis-pronounce as "Eve-r" which is not lovely at all;)
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    I had three dollhouse dolls named, Eilish, Anna...

    I had three dollhouse dolls named, Eilish, Anna Kate and Emma Jane. I also had a barbie family of mostly boys named Christian, Dominic, Clark, Collin and a girl named London. For awhile I also named...
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    I would love to use Louisa, but it is a familiar...

    I would love to use Louisa, but it is a familiar member name which is off limits:(
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    Luciella or Lucibella better?

    I ran across Luciella/Lucielle and Lucibella/Lucibelle recently, and although they sound slightly made up, they are just variations of Lucy/Lucia.

    I have always been in love with the nickname...
  16. ways to lengthen Lucy beyond Lucia or Luciana

    I cam across Lucibella on a nameberry list, and little to be found on this combo online, got me to thinking there must be other creative ways to lengthen Lucy (I am not necessarily a fan of Lucia or...
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    Too bad the only "girl" ending I know about is...

    Too bad the only "girl" ending I know about is "datter" (my background is Norwegian!)
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    Tennyson for a girl?

    This was in a recent article I read, the wife was named Tennyson...
  19. First child's name starts with A, weird to have future 2nd child's name start with F?

    My son's name is Atticus, and I already have a boy's name picked out if we have a boy next, but for girls, I keep gravitating to names starting with F (Floralia, Fenna etc).

    We do call Atticus "A"...
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    Elora Vaughn gets my vote!

    Elora Vaughn gets my vote!
  21. Thread: Athena?

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    Poll: My sis in law is named Athena, and she is lovely...

    My sis in law is named Athena, and she is lovely and amazing! Definitely use this name if you love it!
  22. Thread: Athena?

    by withinreason
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    Poll: My sis-in-law is names Athena, and she is amazing...

    My sis-in-law is names Athena, and she is amazing and lovely! Definitely use it!
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    Nickname for Saoirse?

    I am not entirely sold at all on this name, but my husband is adamant that even if I put it in the middle name spot for a future daughter, he will still call her Saoirse...so I might as well give it...
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    I can't help but like Clive, mostly because of...

    I can't help but like Clive, mostly because of C.S. Lewis, love Crispin, I am also a huge fan of the name Caspian.

    Let's see, with Crispin...with your thread title it makes me think of 1940's...
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    Cleopatra would work as a potentially full name,...

    Cleopatra would work as a potentially full name, with Cleo as nn, but I agree; these are BIG names to live up to!
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