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  1. #1
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    Blythe?

    I've had Clementine Blythe on my list for years, and loved the combo to honor my grandmother, whose name was Joy, and who was always very kind, humble, giving, and happy. The meanings combined (Clementine means meek/mild/merciful, and Blythe is happy/carefree) always remind me of her.

    But lately I'm loving Blythe so much that I'm not sure I want it to be a middle. It's so beautiful that hiding it in a middle spot where it won't often be used seems a bit sad.

    What do you guys think? Is Blythe as lovely to others as it is to me? Do Clementine and Blythe work as sisters? What middles would you suggest for each? Do they both work with the other names I like (Edmund, August, Rose, Imogen, Xanthe)?
    I hope to be a mom one day. For now I enjoy being a name lover.

    My apologies for any typos; i post from my mobile phone.

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    The answer to allllll of your yes! Blythe is a gorgeous name, it could definitely be the sister of Clementine, and it totally matches your other picks! What about Blythe Rose or Blythe Xanthe? Or maybe Blythe Clementine?

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    Clementine and Blythe would make wonderful sisters. Imogen and August would complete this stylish sibset.
    Middle name ideas:
    Blythe Adelina
    Blythe Marina
    Blythe Theodora
    Blythe Leonora
    Blythe Gwendolen

    *I assume you pronounce Clementine with -teen ending"
    Clementine Jane
    Clementine Sage
    Clementine Iris
    Clementine Flora
    Clementine Grace
    olympia/europe/college student

    ophelia marianne • phaedra st john • edie gwendolyn • isaiah silver • frances lola • nathaniel roscoe • margaux plum • oscar ignatius • tabitha elowen
    • kit barnaby • emmeline rue • atlas orlando • althea leonie • grover elijah

    esme helena mazarine/arlo dylan thomas

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    I wouldn't use Blythe as a first name personally, but I LOVE it in the middle!

    If you don't decide to use Blythe as a first name, I think Clementine Blythe is a beautiful name already.

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