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  1. #11
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    Aug 2012
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    1. Darcy (for a boy!)
    2. Rory. I think they're great, but many may have trouble pronouncing them.
    3. Guinevere (Merlin)
    4. Alice (Alice in Wonderland)
    5. Annaleise
    6. I just like Rose.
    7. Bronwen.
    8. I don't really like any.
    9. Coraline.
    10. Annette.
    11. Zachariah.
    12. Eugene!
    13. Alaric.
    14. Emmett.
    15. Florence.
    16. Rose.
    17. Jasper.
    18. Grace.
    19. Clark.
    20. Eve.

    Henry for boys and Freya for girls
    Matilda, Beatrix, Lucille, Margo, Ivy, Guinevere, Isadora, Violet, Ada, Alice, Hermione, Cora, Elizabeth, Flora, Olive, Sybil, Isolde
    Felix, Henry, Ambrose, Darcy, Asa, Ezra, August, Oscar, Theodore, Edward, Clark, Arthur, Jasper, Winston, Percival

  2. #13
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    Jul 2012
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    One for girls and one for boys as long as it works:

    1. French name? Melisande & Jules
    2. Irish? Aisling & Desmond
    3. Name from a TV show? (from which show?) Prudence (Charmed) & Gideon (Criminal Minds)
    4. Name from a book? (from which book?) Villanelle (The Passion) & Innes (The Hand That First Held Mine)
    5. Name with "anna" in it? Anna
    6. Name with "rose" or meaning rose? Rosamund & Ambrose
    7. Ending in -wen? Eirwen & Owen
    8. Ending in -een or that sound? Josephine
    9. Ending in -line? Appoline
    10. Ending in -ette? Violette
    11. Ending in -iah or -ah? Shoshannah & Uriah
    12. Old people name? (for actual use or not) Nell & Nestor
    13. Ending in -rick? Ulric
    14. Ending in -tt? Scarlett & Rhett
    15. Place name? Sicily & Sydney
    16. Flower name? Neroli & Valerian
    17. Gem name? Peridot & Jasper
    18. Virtue name? Clemency & Clemence
    19. Surname name? Wilder
    20. One syllable name? Tess & Quinn
    And your absolute favorite name of all time (well...of today): Clemency & Winston!!
    My darling Marian Illyria Aphrodite, March 2013 & Little Bunny (a girl!) due 9th of February 2014

  3. #15
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    Aug 2012
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    1. French name?
    Boy: Blaise
    Girl: Genvieve (I'd use Janvier (the French word for January, pronounced jhan-vee-ay if that worked.)

    2. Irish? (Bonus: how do you feel about Gaelic spellings?)
    Boy: Garrett
    Girl: Erin

    3. Name from a TV show? (from which show?)
    Boy: Chandler (Friends)
    Girl: Rose (Doctor Who)

    4. Name from a book? (from which book?)
    Boy: Seth (Fablehaven)
    Girl: Lydia (The Work and the Glory)

    5. Name with "anna" in it?
    Boy: -
    Girl: Annabelle

    6. Name with "rose" or meaning rose?
    Boy: -
    Girl: Rose

    7. Ending in -wen?
    Boy: -
    Girl: -
    (Don't really like any...haha sorry)

    8. Ending in -een or that sound?
    Boy: -
    Girl: Christine

    9. Ending in -line?
    Boy: -
    Girl: Emmeline

    10. Ending in -ette?
    Boy: -
    Girl: Juliette

    11. Ending in -iah or -ah?
    Boy: -
    Girl: Mariah

    12. Old people name? (for actual use or not)
    Boy: Murray
    Girl: Loretta

    13. Ending in -rick?
    Boy: Patrick
    Girl: -

    14. Ending in -tt?
    Boy: Garrett
    Girl: -

    15. Place name?
    Boy: Dallas
    Girl: Sydney

    16. Flower name?
    Boy: -
    Girl: Violet, Rose, Lily (I really like flower names)

    17. Gem name?
    Boy: -
    Girl: Ruby

    18. Virtue name?
    Boy: -
    Girl: Hope

    19. Surname name?
    Boy: Grady
    Girl: Kennedy

    20. One syllable name?
    Boy: Seth
    Girl: Rose

    And your absolute favorite name of all time (well...of today):
    BOYS: Seth, Thomas, Gavin
    GIRLS: Tessa, Erica, Nola
    ♂ Seth Joshua, Gordon Thomas, Russell Joseph, Asher Estlin ♂
    ♀ Melody Ray, Joanna Kathryn, Nola Juliette, Tessa Diane ♀

  4. #17
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    Jun 2012
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    1. French name? Too many! Amélie or Alouette, for boys Olivier or Jean.
    2. Irish? Maeve (mayv) and Callum. Some gaelic spellings can be quite lovely! But sometimes they are difficult to pronounce and spell, which makes a life worth of name trouble, but as they are growing more familiar, I shouldn't see why a fairly not unheard of one like Aoife or Niamh be mispronounced.
    3. Name from a TV show? I really can't say, since I don't watch a lot of television shows,but I've been recently looking Cora, so, go Cora? (from Downton Abbey)
    4. Name from a book? Lavender (from Harry Potter)
    5. Name with „anna“ in it? I love Anna on it's own, but Annabel is my favorite.
    6. Name with „rose“ in it? Difficult! A match between Rosemary or Rosamund (remember, this is current, I may eventually switch to Rosalind, Rosanna or Rose itself, it largely depends on mood)
    7. Ending in –wen? Arianwen.
    8. Ending in –leen? Kathleen
    9. Ending in line? Adeline! I also like Evangeline and Emmeline.
    10. Ending in ette? Alouette, of course. But other than that, Odette.
    11. Ending in –iah or –ah? Susannah (I like Susannah but the Susanna spelling, at least to me, is lovelier, but Susannah is also lovely) and Isaiah.
    12. Old people name (for actual use or not) Arthur for boy, Flora for girl.
    13. Ending in –rick? I don't like many –rick names. Frederick is a one I like, though, so probably my favorite.
    14. Ending in –tt? Bennett and Scarlett.
    15. Place name? Georgia and Devon.
    16. Flower name? Other than Flora, Tulip.
    17. Gem name? Pearl.
    18. Virtue name? Honor
    19. Surname name? Blair and Nolan.
    20. One syllable name? Fae and Finn.

    And your absolute favorite name of all time (well...of today): Today? Iseult and Finch.
    Pandora, Tillie, Echo, Flora, Eira, Vienna, Rosalind

  5. #19
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    Mar 2010
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    My answers are Boy and Girl name, in case it isn't clear.

    1. French name?

    Aubin and Fabienne

    2. Irish? (Bonus: how do you feel about Gaelic spellings?)

    Malachy and Líadan (I don't mind them; they just take some explaining, but really what name doesn't these days?)

    3. Name from a TV show? (from which show?)

    Marshall (HIMYM) and Mila (this character was on 1 ep of Young Hercules, and I fell in love with it. Now with Ms. Kunis on the scene, I'm a little "eh" about using it, but I still think it's cool)

    4. Name from a book? (from which book?)

    Antonio (The Merchant of Venice) and Eurydice (The Myth of Orpheus and Eurydice)

    5. Name with "anna" in it?

    Indiana (think Jones) and Yuliana

    6. Name with "rose" or meaning rose?

    Roosevelt (as a dog name) and Rosalba/Rosina/Rosalind

    7. Ending in -wen?

    Rowan and Elowen

    8. Ending in -een or that sound?

    Constantine and Sabine

    9. Ending in -line?

    Devlin (not that Devlin makes the -line sound, but it's close enough for this category, I think) and Evangeline

    10. Ending in -ette?

    Rhett and Linette

    11. Ending in -iah or -ah?

    Tobiah and Hadassah (This was difficult because I dislike a lot of names that end with a -h for some reason)

    12. Old people name? (for actual use or not)

    Harvey and Dolores (the idea of Harv and Dolly is so appealing, but I know my kids would hate me)

    13. Ending in -rick?

    Erik and Federica

    14. Ending in -tt?

    Rhett and Scarlett - oops!

    15. Place name?

    Orlando and Sicily (would spell it Cecily though)

    16. Flower name?

    Fiorello and Ianthe

    17. Gem name?

    Aurelian (I know gold isn't a gem, but is the closest for a boy that I could come) and Gemma

    18. Virtue name?

    Valor / Valiant and Constance

    19. Surname name?

    Marshall and Allegra (it's my family's original surname)

    20. One syllable name?

    Hayes and Maeve

    And your absolute favorite name of all time (well...of today):

    Domenica and Katarina / Caterina
    Last edited by teacherma; October 8th, 2012 at 12:28 AM.
    "Don't try to be modern, it's the most old-fashioned thing there is," - Attilio, The Tiger and the Snow

    Domenico/Dominic, Gianfranco/Gianpaolo, Giacomo, Antonio, Raphael, Calogero, Leopold, Angelo, Giorgio, Alban, Malachi, Dante, Mirek, Dario, Lionel, Asa
    Katarina/Caterina, Irena, Silvia, Aniela, Delfina, Raffaella, Apollonia, Cecilia, Pasqualina, Rosalind/Rosina, Josephine, Allegra, Alba, Leokadia, Annunziata, Bronya, Adrasteia, Vincenza, Althea, Eurydice, Regina, Mirella, Arianell

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