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  1. Hmmm there have been lots of good suggestions,...

    Hmmm there have been lots of good suggestions, but here are some that are maybe not too out there for your husband (sorry for repeats!):

    Lydia (I know you have that in the above post but I think...
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    I'm going to have to agree with lineska here......

    I'm going to have to agree with lineska here... unless your family has some connection to the actual city, I much prefer the simplicity of Juno. It's got ancient history of course, but I think it...
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    I think that Irene Maretta and Irene Merete are...

    I think that Irene Maretta and Irene Merete are just lovely. I slightly prefer Merete.

    What would you say to the spelling Mirette? Not sure how valid it actually is as a French name, and it's not...
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    This is so funny... I am a Sarah, and my older...

    This is so funny... I am a Sarah, and my older brother is named William. My middle name is Caitlin, which I love a lot... I've met many Sarah Elizabeths and Sarah Maries, but I think having a middle...
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    Some more Cornish and Irish names that would go...

    Some more Cornish and Irish names that would go well with Connor and Elowen....

    Roisin- Irish form of Rose
    Eilidh
    Aislinn
    Kerensa

    I also keep coming back to Alondra, which might be a bit...
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    Sorry for any repeats, everyone has suggested...

    Sorry for any repeats, everyone has suggested such lovely names so far!

    I particularly love the suggestion of Elowen, which means "elm." I hadn't thought of that one, but I was trying to think of...
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