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Lilia just barely makes the top 1000, but Lily and Lillian are popular. If you combined all the Lily names, how much more common does that make it?
Allegro or Aria are nice, though I realize that they are not specific to one ballet.
The television series is based on a nonfiction book by a woman named Piper Kerman and her experience in a women's prison. (As a side note, I highly recommend the book.) The show is popular and Piper...
I have recently been doing research on this very subject. About 18% of women keep their last name when they get married. 4% of women who keep their own last name when they get married also pass on...
June 28th, 2014, 06:29 PM
1. Based on looks. Usually one will fit one name better.
2. Based on birth order/alphabetical order. The older one gets the name that comes first in the alphabet. Somehow this makes sense to me.
My name is Amelia (which I really personally like, even if others find it pretentious). In high school there was an exchange student named Emilia, who pronounced her name the same as mine. It is my...
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