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  1. #16
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    Felicity Iris, definitely. The best of both worlds combos are quite a mouthful. Felicity Lorelei is nice, but perhaps a little dominated by Ls. Love Felicity!
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  3. #20
    I love Felicity Iris, although Felicity Cecelia is nice too. If you choose Cecelia as a first name, go with Cecelia Felicity for sure. Cecelia Eloise sounds like too many "E" sounds to me.

  4. #22
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    I like Felicity I think paired with Cecilia it's way too much of a mouthful. Felicity Iris is fine if perhaps a little "s" heavy.
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    Josephine, Grace, Lucy, Elizabeth or Peter, John, Luke, Thomas, Gabriel or Henry

  5. #24
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    To me, Felicity is very old fashioned in a bad way. Yes, it has the nn Lissy, which I like, but Cecelia is old but a classic, and has the nn Cece if she later wants something more modern. Eloise is also pretty, so I would say Cecelia Eloise.

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