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    Amy Rosario or Amy Nightingale? I like Rosario a...

    Amy Rosario or Amy Nightingale? I like Rosario a lot, but I think Amy Nightingale flows much better, and I'm partial to off-beat nature names, and this one has a great historical connection....
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    I'm not crazy about surname-names unless the name...

    I'm not crazy about surname-names unless the name has an actual family connection, so to me this would be the perfect opportunity to use it, either as a first or middle. Personally I think it would...
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    I like both of them. I think they could seem a...

    I like both of them. I think they could seem a little plain, or dated, depending on who you know, but I agree that a little Amy or Susan seems unexpected and fresh (especially Susan). I think Amy...
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    I like Vivienne much better, just personal...

    I like Vivienne much better, just personal preference.

    I would go with Vivienne Ze'eva. Marie is beautiful, but Ze'eva is an interesting, rarely heard name (at least in English-speaking...
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    I agree with previous posters, I would do one of...

    I agree with previous posters, I would do one of two things: either feminize the names (or at least one of the names - Christopher easily becomes Christine, Christiana, etc.) so you would end up with...
  6. Thread: Best combo?

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    Poll: Eloise Primrose!

    Eloise Primrose!
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    Poll: I like Dashiell best with your boys, but I like...

    I like Dashiell best with your boys, but I like the family connection through Louis. I think Dashiell Grey would be my first choice, followed by Greyson Louis (and you could call him Grey with either...
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    If his surname also began with TH or S, then I...

    If his surname also began with TH or S, then I would say all three would be out (especially Ruth and Thora, they both have R and TH, just too much lisp). However, I don't think his last name is...
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    Poll: I actually think Eloise would make the best match...

    I actually think Eloise would make the best match with your boys: Tristan, Spencer, and Eloise. All older names that feel fresh right now. I like Eloise Maeve and Eloise Primrose - since you like...
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    I liked Renly Baratheon, so only good...

    I liked Renly Baratheon, so only good associations there, but since we're ignoring GoT...

    Honestly, it reminds me of Finley or Hadley; i.e., it gives me the impression of being a surname-name,...
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    I liked Renly Baratheon, so only good...

    I liked Renly Baratheon, so only good associations there, but since we're ignoring GoT...

    Honestly, it reminds me of Finley or Hadley; i.e., it gives me the impression of being a surname-name,...
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    I know the original pronunciation of Elowen is...

    I know the original pronunciation of Elowen is something close to el-LOO-win, but I just continue to see ELL-oh-wen, and I love it my way. I seem to have that problem with a lot of Welsh names; the...
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    Leonardo - Leo Lincoln - Link Augustus - Gus...

    Leonardo - Leo
    Lincoln - Link
    Augustus - Gus
    Atticus - Kit
    Harrison - Harry/Hank

    Guinevere - Gwen/Winnie
    Alexandria - Allie/Lex/Zan
    Allegra - Allie
    Jemima - Jem
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    I think any of these names could work fine, but...

    I think any of these names could work fine, but it really comes down to flow. Spencer Walker, as someone mentioned, is a little repetitive; Maxwell Walker is hard to say because of those Ws and Ls....
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    I think changing it to Lentza would take away...

    I think changing it to Lentza would take away from the family connection. If you are using a first or middle name of a specific family member, then it can make sense to slightly change/adapt the...
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    I really like it, and I think it sounds great...

    I really like it, and I think it sounds great next to Rex. Familiar but unusual names. I would pronounce it AY-dee-uh, with emphasis on the first syllable, like the song.
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    I remember thinking Tatum sounded like a boy name...

    I remember thinking Tatum sounded like a boy name when I was a child and watched a movie with Tatum O'Neal. I think Channing Tatum has helped that image along. If you like it, I think it's great.
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    I actually think Harlow sounds better on a boy...

    I actually think Harlow sounds better on a boy than on a girl, even though I know it's way more common on girls. I also think Marlowe/Marlow sounds better on a boy, though that's partly because I...
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    I wouldn't say that I necessarily prefer Gwendolyn over Gwendolen, but I think, in the US anyway, it would be easier to use the Y spelling instead of the original, just because it's much more...
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    Poll: I pronounce Emmeline with a "line" at the end,...

    I pronounce Emmeline with a "line" at the end, like Valentine in "Valentine's Day," though I've heard Emma-leen with that spelling as well.

    I would assume "Emma-lynn" to be spelled Emmalyn. I...
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    Really depends on the baby's surname and flow,...

    Really depends on the baby's surname and flow, because both names are great and sound nice with Joy. If your last name doesn't clash with either, then think about what type of name you like.

    Do...
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    I agree that Gwendolen is very similar to Isolde,...

    I agree that Gwendolen is very similar to Isolde, which leaves Poet out, so I would lose that one, even though I think it's a great name.

    Ottoline is really nice with your girls. If you are...
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    Seconding the prefix-suffix list sentiment. I...

    Seconding the prefix-suffix list sentiment. I work in healthcare and I see many children with names like this on a regular basis. I'm not a fan of the concept at all, it feels a little artificial to...
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    I think it depends on how you introduce the...

    I think it depends on how you introduce the child. Personally, I think RAHZ-uh-lind when I see Rosalind, but I consider Rosamund to be ROSE-uh-mund -- just because each pronunciation is my first...
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    I'm really not digging Belynne. I think it looks...

    I'm really not digging Belynne. I think it looks confusing; I never would have guessed it to be pronounced Boh-linn, but I expect you would get a lot of people saying buh-LINN and BEY-linn. I would...
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