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    Anglicizing "Airmid"

    As beautiful a name as Airmid is in its original form, I really need help anglicizing it, similar to how Brighid becomes Bridget(te).

    Any suggestions?
  2. Thread: Sylvie Renard

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    I think that Sylvie Renard is a spot on for the...

    I think that Sylvie Renard is a spot on for the character at hand. On reading her name in the title, I pictured a vintage spy/stealthy archetype, so good going.
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    Fehir

    I'm come across Fehir as a last name quite a couple of times while frequenting a friend's Facebook timeline. After conducting some research, it's seems the name is pronounced "FAY-er" (like Thayer,...
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    I always fancied the name Fafnir.

    I always fancied the name Fafnir.
  5. I'd stray away from the name "B. J. Hooker" as...

    I'd stray away from the name "B. J. Hooker" as his initials are an abbreviation for a blowjob, which you definitely don't want going with the name "Hooker" for a child.
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    Avant-garde girls' names

    Similar to this thread here which has a handful of names I love.
    I was wondering if you berries could drop a few?

    I am really liking Boheme, Fable and related names. But don't limit yourself to...
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    She tweeted that he was named after her two...

    She tweeted that he was named after her two grandfathers: Miller and Thomas. Regardless of which, I think it's quite nice that Milo honors "Milano".
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    The first name that popped into my head when I...

    The first name that popped into my head when I read the title was Cain. Granted, it's a bit too similar to Caleb, but it does match most of your requirements, save the two-syllable aspect, which, I...
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    There's Agnelo/Agnello, which is the masculine...

    There's Agnelo/Agnello, which is the masculine variant of Agnes, and means "lamb". It's a familial name for me, and I know quite a few from back home. I belive it is of Italian descent. Pronounced...
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    That was exactly what I was thinking, although...

    That was exactly what I was thinking, although mine was more along the lines of Hans Grimm. I have considered Hugo before, but it has the same issues as Poe, which is, it might seem rhymy if my SO...
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    A brother for Bram

    So my SO and I found out that we are expecting twin boys, and a while ago, decided on the name Bram for one of them. I have discussed this before with other berries, but to no avail did I find a...
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