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  1. #556
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    Flynn Tenzin Raffaello
    (Tenzin - Dalai Lama's name)

    Angela and Noah are expecting their third girl. To match older sisters Temperance Elise & Zipporah Alix her first name must be a long, rare find with a gallopy "p" sound. The middle name should be two syllables, beginning with a vowel other than "a" or "e".

  2. #558
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    Appolinia Olive

    Rose and Ash like nature names. They are expecting quadruplets and they want to carry on with names to match their first daughter's name, October Lily (Tobi). They are expecting three girls and one boy. The names can be any type of nature name, but they should all start with different letters.
    my picks: mary, isadora, johanna, delaney, november. trace, derrick, allan, graham, cyrus.

  3. #560
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    Mazarine Ray, Juniper Violetta, Soleil Holly & Wilde Morrison
    (Morrison is a flowering plant also known as Verticordia)

    Fernanda & Tom, also parents to Pascal Roderick & Perla Emilie, have recently announced the birth of their daughter, Paz Aveline. However, because they regret that "Paz" is too similar to "Pascal", they are looking to change her name completely. They would like her first name to still begin with P and to be European in flavour, and for the middle name to be 3 syllables in length.

  4. #562
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    Pia Milena

    The Cooper family already have two children called Fin and Amy. He like Charlotte but she would like a short but sensible name to fit the the other siblings. The middle name has to have something to do with the Yorkshire moors.

  5. #564
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    (which yorkshire moors? I'm assuming the murders)
    Lottie Pauline

    Kate and Paul are expecting their first child, a little girl. They love popular names, but want to give their daughter a unique name in it's sound, not how it's written, (no youneeck spellings!). They love the names Charlotte, Emily, Madeline, and love names with nicknames. (Lottie, Em, Maddie). However, they really want her to have a unique name where she will be the only one in her class and will never have to go by (for example) Charlotte D. or Emily Moore. Can you help them come up with the perfect compromise of the sound and feel of a common name, but not actually a common name?
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