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  1. #41
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    Quote Originally Posted by catloverd View Post
    wow, I doubt hardly anyone would know that, but if it bothers you then I guess I wouldn't use it...
    RE: the initials BM - bowel movement is the first thing I thought of, I think anyone familiar with medical terminology would think the same but because it's a medical term and not some slang IMO it's still usable I don't think it's that big of a deal.
    Josephine Athénaïs - Josephine Ivy - Myriam Athénaïs - Vivienne Josephine
    Athena Beatrice - Beatrice Cecile - Eleanor Anne-Sophie -Myriam Beatrice - Meredith Elizabeth
    Ambrose Aristide - Ulysses Aristide

    Girls: Bérangère, Bérénice, Honorine, Mazarine Boys: Augustin, Emeric, Hugo, Lambert, Lucien, Maxence, Yves

  2. #43
    I tried to find some nature and Greek mythology names that you might like. Hope they help and good luck!

    Alceste
    Alcestis
    Calliope (I know you don't like the name Callie, but you mentioned you like Clio. Maybe you can use Clio as a nickname for this?)
    Chrysanthemum (Although it's rather lengthy, there's an adorable children's book called Chrysanthemum)
    Cybele
    Daffodil
    Danae
    Eurydice
    Evadne
    Juniper
    Lilac
    Moonbeam
    Nephele
    Niobe
    Phaedra
    Plumeria
    Poplar
    Prairie
    Skylark
    Tulip
    Xanthe

  3. #45
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    Magnolia? It could be shortened to Maggie but I think it could stay full.
    Gardenia
    Posy
    Chrysanthemum(I think thats how you spell it...)
    Poppy
    Anthea
    Juniper
    Petunia
    Tulip(I don't think this has been used, ever)
    Iris
    Anise
    Dahlia
    Lotus
    Jessamine

    A couple random old lady names:
    Josephine
    Rose
    Matilda

  4. #47
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    Calluna
    Caraway
    Celandine
    Chicory
    Chrysanthea
    Comfrey
    Coriander
    Crocus
    Dahlia
    Edelweiss
    Ffion
    Fiorella
    Freesia
    Jessamine
    Larkspur
    Myrtle
    Oleander
    Pomona

  5. #49
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    Since you've been pretty blunt in your vetoes, I'm going to say it straight: You're being ridiculous.

    Seriously? "An 'a' ending is trendy"? DUDE. Clover is really not rocketing up the charts -- in fact, I'd bet good money it won't ever chart. In trying to find the most impossibly unique name, you're overlooking great AND uncommon names that you love. Just my two cents.

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