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  1. Artemis Iyana & Apollo Daxon Lisbon...

    Artemis Iyana & Apollo Daxon


    Lisbon Evangeline
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    In my whole life I've known one. She'd be in her...

    In my whole life I've known one. She'd be in her late 30's now.

    Seth?
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    Love Esme and Emilia together! They have very...

    Love Esme and Emilia together! They have very different sounds but a similar style and feel. I love them! I've NEVER met siblings or twins that have had a terrible awful life just because they have...
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    Pre-school aged brothers, Oliver & Roland.

    Pre-school aged brothers, Oliver & Roland.
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    Also a teenage girl named Tanis.

    Also a teenage girl named Tanis.
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    Saw a sibset of Tessa, Maisie, Francie, and...

    Saw a sibset of Tessa, Maisie, Francie, and Janie. Also Cade, Kennedy, and Pierce. And sisters Denali & Olivia and brother Dylan.

    On the internet I've also seen Ourania and Forbes.
  7. I love the name you chose! It suits your other...

    I love the name you chose! It suits your other sons well to!
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    You'd have to really be a huge fan of his to make...

    You'd have to really be a huge fan of his to make that connection. I had no idea at all what you were talking about. I didn't even know who John Green was til you referenced the fault in our stars,...
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    It's not stupid and I like the advice to treat it...

    It's not stupid and I like the advice to treat it like a double name like Mary-Kate, Emily-Sophia, Ivy-Lou...etc. and hyphenate it.
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    Saw these names on nurseries on several...

    Saw these names on nurseries on several decorating sites and they sound like they walked right out of our forum here at NB!!!! lol:

    Norah
    Conner
    Araiya & Tallis(g.)
    Poet Vivienne Rose
    Elodie...
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    Abilene-never been a huge fan of this, it's too...

    Abilene-never been a huge fan of this, it's too twangy for my taste
    Archer-I'd prefer Asher
    Arianwen-somewhat cumbersome, pretty, but probably over the top, best as a MN
    Adelina-cute but I prefer...
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    Plum, saw it used as a MN to Milla on a name...

    Plum, saw it used as a MN to Milla on a name blog, it was a MN of some other blogger's daughter but I found it endearing.

    as quoted from her blog(and yes the woman's name on the bleubirdblog...
  13. How would you pronounce this name, Märeta?

    Came across it on a name blog. It's a character in a 1961 Ingmar Bergman film. But I have no idea how to pronounce it. I'm reading it as MARE-tuh or MARE-eetuh? Anyone have any knowledge of this name...
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    Gemma Dorothea or Asa George

    Gemma Dorothea
    or
    Asa George
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    DD/DD/DD: Bryony Rebecca, Ivy Adrienne, Poppy...

    DD/DD/DD: Bryony Rebecca, Ivy Adrienne, Poppy Helene
    DD/DD/DD: Amity Delphine, Honor Aloisa, Blythe Genevieve
    DD/DD/DD: Mireille Audrey, Allegra Tess, Violet Camille
    DD/DD/DD: Gemma Dorothea,...
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    Found these today in a blog post about Napoleon's...

    Found these today in a blog post about Napoleon's mistresses:

    Bertrade
    Rozala
    Gerberga
    Ermentrude
    Richardis
    Théodrate
    Frederonne
    Eadgifu
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    Jacqueline Rosalie Zoé Marguerite Adèle...

    Jacqueline
    Rosalie
    Zoé
    Marguerite
    Adèle
    Alexandrine
    Sévérine
    Adélaïde
    Mathilde
    Beatrice
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    The German Isambard is a derivative of Isanbert....

    The German Isambard is a derivative of Isanbert. Isambard was the name of a famous engineer in the late 1800's.

    I was looking for obscure names last night for a post in the forums and found a blog...
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    I prefer Mateo as I've only heard Callan on a...

    I prefer Mateo as I've only heard Callan on a girl. Spelled Kallyn but prn the same as Callan.
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    Haven Jacqueline Leona. I actually like...

    Haven Jacqueline Leona. I actually like alliteration and she has a high possibility of getting married I assume, so last names for girls I sort of ignore.
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    No, as far as "dumbing them down" it'd be Anna...

    No, as far as "dumbing them down" it'd be Anna and Nicole, those are vastly different names. I actually think they sound like a great sibset!! They have a few same sounds but I like it! I'm a fan of...
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    I like it! my DD Ruby is indirectly named after...

    I like it! my DD Ruby is indirectly named after my grandma and sister, so I get the "stretch" I say it's the thought that counts. My gram and my sister agreed! They were both thrilled! And its become...
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    I say go for it. I actually thought about naming...

    I say go for it. I actually thought about naming a DD Kenna in honor of my grandfather Kenneth. Kenna might be a girly NN possibility.
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    Asher Caius Ellery Felix Gale Gladwin Vidor...

    Asher
    Caius
    Ellery
    Felix
    Gale
    Gladwin
    Vidor
    Simcha
    Edmund
    Edwin
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    awwww I have an Isaac, the laughter meaning was...

    awwww I have an Isaac, the laughter meaning was part of my choice. I was so worried about having 3 children, and my MIL always told me her third(my SIL Lindsey) was such a happy child and laughed all...
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