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  1. #1
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    I need some new girls names!

    I feel like I'm at a dead end with my girls list. Over the past few years I'm sure that I've liked close toevery name I come across, and they're eventually fizzled down to about 10 core favourites (they do rotate from time to time). But I think I'd like a few newer ones to add to it.

    A few favourites are in my signature so you have a vague idea of what I'm looking for (my taste is pretty varied, but I generally like feminine-but-down-to-earth type names, preferably old-fashioned).

    So, anything to inspire me? What are your favourites at the minute? Can you suggest even one or two I might like?
    Last edited by oliviasarah; October 25th, 2012 at 09:01 PM.
    ★ O L I V I A ★
    (seventeen, student / traveller, obsessively maternal and owner of darling black cat Shura)

    Emmett - Alec - Rufus - Wilfred - Eoghan
    Trudie - Fenella - Aoife - Jemima - Eilidh

  2. #3
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    Future Little Prince
    Isaac - Solomon - Barnaby - Atticus - Ezekiel - Augustin - River - Jacoby - Castiel - Xavier

    Future Little Princess
    Florentina - Matilda - Theodora - Evangeline - Beatrix - Olwen - Jovi - Seraphina - Maeve - Clementine

  3. #5
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    I'm loving Vivienne, Viviana and Meredith and Eliza at the moment. Vivian/Vivienne, Meredith and Eliza seem old-fashioned to me in a way. Here are my combos for them just for fun.

    Vivienne Faith Alexandra
    Viviana Sophia Kate
    Meredith Olivia Joy
    Eliza Ann-Sophie or Eliza Ann-Juliette or Eliza Sophie-Jayne. (I'd call her Liza Ann or Liza Jayne)

  4. #7
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    First name I thought of is Cora. I love the name, but can't use it. The character Cora from Last of the Mohicans (book not movie) almost perfectly matches your "feminine but down to earth" description.

  5. #9
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    These are all lovely, thank you. These are the ones I like most (some have been favourites in the past).
    Caoimhe
    Agnes
    Lark
    Elena
    Winifred
    Eugenie
    Edith
    Thelma
    Elsa
    Florence
    Martha
    Maisie / Margaret
    Nancy
    Clara
    Adele
    Adeline
    Ada
    Lenora
    Ferne
    Henrietta
    Heidi
    Beatrix
    Esme
    Genevieve
    Guinevere
    Minerva
    Paloma
    Philomena
    Tallulah
    Cora
    Meredith
    Eliza
    Vivianne
    Last edited by oliviasarah; October 26th, 2012 at 01:04 PM.
    ★ O L I V I A ★
    (seventeen, student / traveller, obsessively maternal and owner of darling black cat Shura)

    Emmett - Alec - Rufus - Wilfred - Eoghan
    Trudie - Fenella - Aoife - Jemima - Eilidh

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