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  1. #1
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    Seeley

    This name keeps creeping back into my list. I know right now its bound to BONES (an American crime show for all our overseas Berries) but do you think 20 years from now if you met a man named Seeley you would still think of Bones?


    I like Seeley Matthew

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  2. #3
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    Not a fan of it at all. To me is sounds a little feminine but I'm not sure. I defiantly wouldn't use it however I think Seeley Matthew is quite nice.

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    Not a fan of it on a boy; but I think it could be cute on a girl. It sounds very feminine to me, and even a little cutesy.
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    David Boreanaz has this great talent of making girly names (Angel, Seeley) feel masculine. If it wasn't for him I wouldn't be able to see Seeley on a guy because of Celia and Celie. That said, I can't not hear "silly" when I hear Seeley said out loud. Seeley has a great meaning, but it just sounds, well, silly to me.
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  5. #9
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    Sounds like a feminine nickname to me.

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