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  1. #26
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    ooh I like Heathrow, never thought to use it.

    Quote Originally Posted by thetxbelle View Post
    musée (French for museum)
    Muse (just too much)
    Nordstrom (idk it would just be ridiculous as a fn IMO)
    Clarity
    Claritin
    Omen
    Lalique (again too much but not a bad word)
    Perrier
    Heathrow
    Drummer
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  2. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by kala_way View Post
    I also know someone named Margarita, Asia, and India.
    Yes, I know they are used, but I still think it's inappropriate :/

    I just realized some natural disaster names might have made good names like:
    Avalanche
    Hurricane
    Twister
    Tornado
    Cyclone
    Monsoon
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  3. #30
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    Definitely Sabotage!
    Teenager from Australia
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  4. #32
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    Being a singer and dancer, I love all the french and italian words that are gorgeous, but wouldn't work as names or mean awkward things!

    Arabesque
    Andante
    Adagio
    Degagé
    Sauté
    Jeté
    Chaîne
    Cambré
    Fouette
    Soutenu
    Allongée

  5. #34
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    @catloverd margarita was a name long before it was a drink, do you think a culture should give up a name because someone came along and named an alcoholic beverage after it?

    Really like rubella and Arabesque

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