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    Unless you'd name your son Eliza, I wouldn't. The...

    Unless you'd name your son Eliza, I wouldn't. The practice of gender bending names is an issue because it only ever happens to girls, so it's horribly one-sided, and unless you'd be open to gender...
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    Cecily Bridget, Rose Viviana, Thisbe Wildrose,...

    Cecily Bridget, Rose Viviana, Thisbe Wildrose, Catherine Aurelia, Linus Conrad, Magnolia Adele, Ophelia Maeve, Cordelia Winter, Dominic Asa, Lucien Alaric, Persephone Lenore, Ada Rosalind, Rosalie...
  3. Thread: Elsie Otter

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    Otter is a little strange, but it is only a...

    Otter is a little strange, but it is only a middle name - if she's embarrassed by it, nobody has to know! It's offset by the first name, too, which is pretty standard, although very sweet. I've...
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    I like Cerys! Especially with Carter - even...

    I like Cerys! Especially with Carter - even though they both begin with the same letter, they are different enough. I think perhaps Caris/Carys might be too similar because both your children's names...
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    I really like Grainne, although the girl I know...

    I really like Grainne, although the girl I know with this name pronounces it more like Gr-AH-nya, which I think I slightly prefer.

    It sounds earthy and sort of ethereal, and reminds me of the name...
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    Throw some names at me please!

    Berries!

    I'm one of those people who could easily name a dozen girls from my list but would struggle to name boys. I LOVE a lot of girls' names, but with boys, I like a lot and don't truly love...
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    I don't think you should feel obligated to use...

    I don't think you should feel obligated to use another Indian name if you don't love any. If it were me, I'd feel bad knowing my parents only picked my name because they felt like they should,...
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    I'd pronounce it Add-a-leen, but there will...

    I'd pronounce it Add-a-leen, but there will always be somebody who pronounces it differently, so there will always be somebody you have to correct. It depends how much that bothers you, like previous...
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    I agree with the Penelope nn Poppy sentiment - I...

    I agree with the Penelope nn Poppy sentiment - I think it's fine as a nickname but otherwise a little juvenile.

    Also, without meaning to offend, in my personal experience it's one of those names...
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    Perhaps Cowen or Coen? Different spellings, same...

    Perhaps Cowen or Coen? Different spellings, same sound?
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    I would probably eliminate Zoe and Ella - they...

    I would probably eliminate Zoe and Ella - they seem a little bland to me. All of your names are relatively popular compared to the general taste on here but most of them definitely retain some...
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    Freya has been popular in the UK for quite a...

    Freya has been popular in the UK for quite a while now...I'm 17 and when I was little I knew one girl named Freya. Last year it was #23, and I don't recall hearing it more than perhaps a couple of...
  13. Thread: Cut in half!

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    Top: Eleanor, Eloise, Vivienne Bottom: Amara,...

    Top: Eleanor, Eloise, Vivienne
    Bottom: Amara, Aria, Maya
  14. Thread: Vanessa?

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    I love Vanessa! It's one of those names with the...

    I love Vanessa! It's one of those names with the perfect balance between sweet and strong.
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    Not to be rude but Bronwyn is a masculine name...

    Not to be rude but Bronwyn is a masculine name only taken for girls because of the -yn ending which is (although I don't understand why) so popular in America, or seems to be. Cate is lovely,...
  16. I love Korede, a Nigerian (Yoruba, I think) name...

    I love Korede, a Nigerian (Yoruba, I think) name pronounced like "Corriday."
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    I'm from England and I also thought of Rush...

    I'm from England and I also thought of Rush Limbaugh...not great, although if he didn't exist (if only) I'd say go for it!
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    Ramona Violet, 100%. Rosemary sounds kind of...

    Ramona Violet, 100%. Rosemary sounds kind of wishy-washy; whereas Ramona is sassy and girly, and Violet in the middle compliments it perfectly. Right now, I'm actually kind of considering adding that...
  19. Thread: Bryony vs Briony

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    Bryony vs Briony

    I looove this name to pieces, but I seem to be forever going back and forth on which spelling I like best. It has a lot of significance for me because it honours my grandad, Brian.

    Pros for...
  20. It seems that every baby boy I meet is named...

    It seems that every baby boy I meet is named either Oscar or Harry. I know so many Jacks I can't even count them all on both hands.

    As for girls, yesterday at work, there were three newborn baby...
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    Emrys: A little British boy with dark brown hair...

    Emrys: A little British boy with dark brown hair and green eyes, about 9 years old. He's sweet and very well-liked, but sometimes gets in trouble at school for forgetting to raise his hand or talking...
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    I'm Olivia, but I sometimes think I'd like to be...

    I'm Olivia, but I sometimes think I'd like to be just Livia, or even Ophelia. There are so many though! (I have a secret fantasy about being named Remi...it's not a name that's my style at all, but...
  23. Thread: Emilia vs Amelie

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    Emilia vs Amelie

    I love both of these names and can't figure out which one I want on my list. So...pros, cons, advice? I could use some Berry help. :(
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    I really like the name Chase, and I don't mind...

    I really like the name Chase, and I don't mind Caden either.

    I dislike Asher. It rhymes with thrasher, smasher, trasher...atop the fact that it's too insubstantial to me. It sounds kind of airy...
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    Agreed that Charlie goes perfectly with Jack and...

    Agreed that Charlie goes perfectly with Jack and Eliza - nicknamey, but not too much. Ted feels slightly out of step with his siblings - Jack and Eliza are 'old' names that are stylish whereas Ted...
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