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  1. #16
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    Aug 2012
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    We don't have the allergy meds in Aus, and I do know a young Allegra and it suits her perfectly. THe only thing is, she is 5 and still gets called 'Leggy' which isn't a great nn IMO.

    I like it
    Loving: Lilith Delphine, Daphne Elisabeth, Eleanor Lilac and my GP Amaryllis Clio
    William Dougal, Rupert Theodore and my GP Augustin Sage

    Celestia, Opal, Agatha, Mabel, Delphine, Lilith, Magnolia, Eleanor, Olympia, Harriet, Daphne, Nora, Tabitha, Lilac, Saffron, Wilhelmina, Clio, Amaryllis
    Vaughn, Sterling, Samson, Sage, Rupert, Hugo, August, Stellan, Dougal, Sydney, Theodore, William

  2. #18
    Join Date
    Dec 2012
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    25
    I do think of the medication, but really in 20 years will it matter? I love the sound of it. And it also makes me think of the classy character on Hitch which makes it that much more appealing to me!

  3. #20
    Join Date
    May 2012
    Posts
    1,146
    I love, love, love this name!

    I'm so glad we don't have the allergy medication here in Aus, because I'd use Allegra in a heartbeat.

  4. #22
    I wouldn't be bothered by the medication name. The name is beautiful and has a strong base in history.

    I love the nicknames: Allie, Gray, Layla, Ella(first four letters backwards), Aggie, Iggy, Ari, Reggie.

    Allegra Bellamy (joyous; fine friend)
    Allegra Claire (joyous; clear, pure)
    Allegra Imogen (joyous; beloved child)

  5. #24
    Join Date
    Nov 2011
    Posts
    3,962
    It reminds me of sunshine & dancing!

    The allergy med is a deal breaker for me.

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