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  1. #61
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    Apr 2013
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    From the list, I'd name my daughter Cosima Apolline, but I don't think that goes all that well with Antoine's name. (Not that it clashes, but other names on your list would be a more sensible sibset). Myriam is a gorgeous name, but I am hoping you'll use something a bit more daring.

    Also - you should have a professional job naming babies. Your taste in names is so lovely!
    Lillian Elizabeth 6.16.13

  2. #63
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    Jun 2012
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    Cosima Sylvaine would be so gorgeous!
    cassia | vivian | flora
    peregrine | jolyon | arthur

  3. #65
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    Apr 2012
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    Quote Originally Posted by ottilie;

    I'm assuming there was supposed to be a punctuation mark between [name
    Solenne[/name] and Swoon, but I kind of like this double middle option!
    Lol. Yes. Silly ipad. But agreed. Most interesting double middle.
    My darling little Bean is a G I R L!
    Making her debut September 2014

  4. #67
    Join Date
    Jul 2012
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    Congratulations! How exciting!

    You have a fantastic list. My absolute favorites are:

    Aristea
    Cosima
    Evanthe
    Melisande
    Rosamond


    Apolline
    Chrysanthe
    Maris
    Noor
    Solenne

    I also loved the suggestion of Solace and Rosamond Chrysanthe is very striking!

    Perhaps you may like Evanthe Maris?

  5. #69
    Join Date
    Sep 2012
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    Nice tuning. Kyrielle is much less cerealish with the K, though I understand your fear. Ks can be so aggressive! Claire, Helene, and Justine are all seriously beautiful and sharp as can be. Good additions. It's probably good that the list feels incomplete right now. Maybe it's better that you're not too attached to any one name yet before you know the gender.

    I love the connection of Cosima to the work you're doing, and I love the connection to St Raphael, patron saint of doctors. There's the Renaissance connection too, between those two names (Raffaelo Sanzio and Cosimo de Medici.)

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