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  1. #1
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    Talking Need a random list of well heard of but not always classic names!!!!!:):d

    the title says it all.
    Giselle Lydia Chiara Darcy Lowri Cleo Nova Fleur Noelle Giovanna Mathilde Flora Susannah Maia Jude David Rueben Theo Raphael Arthur Lance Vinny Marcus James Rowan Henry Christopher

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    Anyone???????????????????
    Giselle Lydia Chiara Darcy Lowri Cleo Nova Fleur Noelle Giovanna Mathilde Flora Susannah Maia Jude David Rueben Theo Raphael Arthur Lance Vinny Marcus James Rowan Henry Christopher

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    Not exactly sure what you mean.

    Recognizable names that aren't old-fashioned?

    To me that would be names like Chelsea, Briana, Valerie. 90's made up names like Kelsey, Makenna, Makayla, etc. and all of the word names like Clover and Lotus. They are easy to recognize and spell but definitely not classics

    or do you mean more like unique but not uncommon?

    Fiona, Bianca, Rosalie, Cecily, Felicity, Adelia, Camilla

    Maybe restate your question and give a few examples of what you mean.
    Olivia/Livia/Livy/Liv : Thessaly/Darah/Bethel : Noelle/Eve
    Benedict/Eli: Jude/Zane: Luke/Darius : Levi/Phineas/Calvin


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    Coincidentally, the first name that came to mind when I read your title was Eve. Defining "classic" as names that have consistently been in the top 1000 since 1880 (per namefan), here are some others that seem to match your criteria: Susannah, Marissa, Ivy, Clarissa, Marlena, Flora, Pearl, Savannah, Cassandra, Darlene. Bethany, Brooke... Many trendy and dated names will fit your criteria as well.
    Mother of three teenagers: (1) Daniel Glen, (2) Timothy Austin, and (3) Rebecca Jane. All middle names honor family, with Jane used three generations in a row. (A second girl would have been Susanna Eve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kala_way View Post
    Not exactly sure what you mean.

    Recognizable names that aren't old-fashioned?

    To me that would be names like Chelsea, Briana, Valerie. 90's made up names like Kelsey, Makenna, Makayla, etc. and all of the word names like Clover and Lotus. They are easy to recognize and spell but definitely not classics

    or do you mean more like unique but not uncommon?

    Fiona, Bianca, Rosalie, Cecily, Felicity, Adelia, Camilla

    Maybe restate your question and give a few examples of what you mean.
    I mean like not classic like Charlotte, Lucy and Emily though those are cool too but well known as in Jasmine, Chloe, Jessica, Phoebe, Lauren.
    Giselle Lydia Chiara Darcy Lowri Cleo Nova Fleur Noelle Giovanna Mathilde Flora Susannah Maia Jude David Rueben Theo Raphael Arthur Lance Vinny Marcus James Rowan Henry Christopher

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