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  1. #1
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    names that end with n - not trendy but 2013

    Lately, I love names that end with n, but they seem very dated to use now (Shannon, Megan, Karen, Kristin, Sharon, Colleen, Helen, Lauren). Newer names just seem trendy (Madilyn, Madison, London, Brooklyn, Evelyn) even though I like them. What are some that are fresh but not trendy?
    Anastasia, Tessa, Marina, Stella
    Connor, Rhett, Corbin, Grayson

  2. #3
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    The Welsh -wen names: Anwen, Rhoswen, Branwen.

    I wouldn't call Morgan trendy or obscure, just sorta chugging along in the middle of the ranks and almost forgotten about.

    I like Imogen a lot but most people I know dislike it.

    I'm fond of Vivien but that's the least popular spelling.

    I like Thomasin but that's pretty lost-to-the-mists-of-time. I know a couple Tamsins, but older than I.

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    Jocelyn
    Aislinn
    Arden
    Siobhan
    Eden
    Elin
    Wren
    Gillian
    Haven
    Jessamyn
    Jordan
    Lillian
    Linden
    Magdalen
    Ocean
    Saffron
    Yasmin

    Adelyn is trendy but harks to Adeline and Adelaide, which are a little more substantial.
    Does Corinne count? There are plenty of French names that end in -enne if it's the sound you're thinking of more than the letter itself. I've seen Lucien on a girl

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