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    Getting to the nickname Rory (boy)?

    To start, yes, I know Rory is a full name for a boy. I appreciate that and I think it's a handsome name all on its own. But I don't love it as a standalone name. It does't feel as "complete" to me as...
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    Poll: I started typing out a response and then read...

    I started typing out a response and then read this one and it had already said EVERYTHING I was thinking. Just pretend all of this was said twice.
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    Poll: I picked Azure Olivia and India Scout. I think...

    I picked Azure Olivia and India Scout. I think the surplus of vowels in Azure Olivia makes it sound simply stunning and I like the spunkiness of India Scout.

    I think that Azure Day, India Bay,...
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    If you don't have a set style, maybe start...

    If you don't have a set style, maybe start thinking instead of what kind of person you think your little girl might be. Usually our children are at least somewhat smaller versions of ourselves or our...
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    I love Otto. It is strong, but quirky, masculine,...

    I love Otto. It is strong, but quirky, masculine, but not harsh. Plus, with your long-time love of the name, it sounds like the perfect choice for your son. It's hard for me to weigh in on Silas. I...
  6. A vote for Alexander. It is simpler than the...

    A vote for Alexander. It is simpler than the other two choices, which seems offputting to other posters, but that is why I like it. It "grounds" the name a little bit.
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    My mom actually let my sisters and I pick my...

    My mom actually let my sisters and I pick my youngest sister's middle name (we were all older and she was a surprise later in life). We ended up choosing my mom's name, Anne. It was a nice way for...
  8. I think you can name your daughter anything you...

    I think you can name your daughter anything you want, whether or not it's been "seen on Asians" before. "Asians" can be named anything their parents desire. Whether one of the 4 billion plus Asian...
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    Not sure exactly how you are pronouncing the name...

    Not sure exactly how you are pronouncing the name Andrea. It can go and-ree-uh or on-dray-a or and-ray-uh or on-dree-uh. In America, the most common would be the first, but with the first names you...
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    I would go for William Walter IV, especially if...

    I would go for William Walter IV, especially if you are going for a nickname based off of William. I think being the fourth in a line is a wonderful thing. And there's no requirement that he or you...
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    Personally, I would go for William Walter IV,...

    Personally, I would go for William Walter IV, especially if you are using a nickname based off of the name William. I don't think there's anything wrong with being a fourth. I'll be honest, the...
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    I prefer Annalee. I think it is the most...

    I prefer Annalee. I think it is the most intuitive. Never having seen Annalie before, I think someone would pronounce it with a long "I" sound at the end rather than the long "E". And I think...
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    Congratulations!! Such a handsome name and such a...

    Congratulations!! Such a handsome name and such a lucky little boy (and family)!
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    My vote would be Rosalind! It is classic, but...

    My vote would be Rosalind! It is classic, but offbeat and original. Rosie and Lindy are adorable nicknames, also. Henrietta would be a close runner-up. It isn't a name I would personally choose, but...
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    Both my dad and my uncle have always gone by...

    Both my dad and my uncle have always gone by their middle name, as their first names were honor names and would have caused confusion to use regularly. I think my dad has minor trouble very...
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    Poll: I'm going to make one argument against the...

    I'm going to make one argument against the Marshall/Mabel thing that maybe hasn't been considered (and maybe it has, in which case just ignore me!). My name is Jess, my dad's name is Jeff. It was...
  17. LOVE Rafferty - the more I hear this name, the...

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    Rafferty - the more I hear this name, the more I love it! I think it has such a lively, lovable, laidback but respected sound.
    Theodore - a beautiful classic with many adorable nickname...
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    Summer--I don't think there will be too much...

    Summer--I don't think there will be too much teasing, but I do see this name being difficult to transition as a professional person. I could see a Summer having difficulty being taken seriously later...
  19. Poll: I like the nn Josie best, but don't like it as a...

    I like the nn Josie best, but don't like it as a full name at all. It sounds too childlike and sickly sweet for an adult. And I am not a big fan of that spelling of Riley. So I went for Shelby. But...
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    I think with Caia and Cora you run the risk of...

    I think with Caia and Cora you run the risk of her still being Caia W. or Cora W. Caia because it is a homonym to Kaya/Kaia and Cora because it is really nearing the top 100 and very similar to...
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    Another for Willow Faye. Willow Wren is a...

    Another for Willow Faye.

    Willow Wren is a little bit of a tongue twister for me. Willow Ivy frankly sounds very hippie-dippie. Willow Violet would be my second choice. And Willow Muse sounds...
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    Poll: I voted Naomi Eve--I think the meaning is...

    I voted Naomi Eve--I think the meaning is beautiful and I think Naomi works best with a shorter middle name (1 or 2 syllables). Naomi Catherine was my second choice, but I say Catherine as a two...
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    Another vote for Elise!

    Another vote for Elise!
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    Of the names you have listed, I like Blythe best!...

    Of the names you have listed, I like Blythe best!

    For middles, I think Blythe Adelaide is simply stunning! It sounds so graceful and sweet. Blythe Eloise and Blythe Juliet are beautiful, but don't...
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    Go ahead, the 1-syllable 1st/Last name is no...

    Go ahead, the 1-syllable 1st/Last name is no biggie.

    Think of all the 1-syllable 1st/Last name individuals you know. Off the top of my head: Bill Gates, Anne Rice, Ben Stein, George Bush, John...
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