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  1. #6
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    I think because it has historical context it works. Soundwise it's just as or more femme than Alice imo.

    Maybe consider a hyphanated name like Wallis-Ann or whether or not you use a hyphen just a double name so that gender is obvious.

    My main problem is it's lack of nickname...maybe Lissie? I am not into Wally.

  2. #8
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    I don't really care for it but not for the reasons above. I think it's feminine enough, I just don't like the sound enormously.
    I think the right girl could pull it off.
    I have a hard time imagining what names her sisters would have? Maybe Joan? I like Joan a lot more...would have to be other simple and strong names.

  3. #10
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    I like Hollis but not Wallis for some reason.

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    Wallis & Joan would be great.

    I think Wallis pairs well with other strong names, but really anything quirky would work. Anything from Bernadette or Beatrice to Wren or even Harper.

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    I can't say I'm keen, mainly because I just think of Wallis Simpson, it's synonymous with her.
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