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    Seagren

    While on twitter, I came across the name Seagren (on a woman). I googled the name and only found that it is of Swedish origin and that it is also used as a surname. Does anyone know anything about Seagren or met any Seagrens? Furthermore, what are your opinions on Seagren? Personally, I feel that it has a natury vibe and has the same appeal as Sloan(e) if not more because I see it as slightly more feminine. Thoughts? Opinions? Does it sound made up?
    Last edited by okparks; April 4th, 2013 at 09:02 PM.

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    It could definitely grow on me. It looks like "sea green," which is beautiful and whimsical. I assume it is pronounced SEE-grehn?

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    @alzora yes

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    I don't much about the name, but it does sound similar to the common German name: Sigrid.

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    I also read this as "sea green". Not a fan.

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