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  1. #6
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    Fiona and Cecily sound nice to me. I don't see Fiona as dated at all - at least not in the US. and Cecily is uncommon but no unheard of. I also like that the names have different ending sounds.
    I like simple yet versatile names that work well for the athlete, the comic, the genius, and the judge.

  2. #8
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    Quote Originally Posted by ktook76 View Post
    Not sure on these ones. Fiona is very 1970s-80s for me. And I definitely prefer Celia.
    How about Flora and Celia
    I do think this is an Australian/U.S. difference. I'm Australian too, and I completely agree with you re: Fiona being extremely dated. It would be like calling a child Michelle or Lisa.

    I also agree that Flora and Celia is a fantastic set!

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    Quote Originally Posted by paw View Post
    Fiona and Cecily sound nice to me. I don't see Fiona as dated at all - at least not in the US. and Cecily is uncommon but no unheard of. I also like that the names have different ending sounds.
    This.

    To me, Fiona and Cecily are unexpected together but they're unexpected in a good way!
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  4. #12
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    I like them, they're cute, and girly, and they have a feel to them that is complementary. And like scarletrune said, they're unexpected in a good way.
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  5. #14
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    I think it's lovely, such great names and they're accompanying each other very well.
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