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  1. #6
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    I think a classic name needs to sound classy throughout a long period of time, but most of all it has to sound classy now. I respectfully disagree with pp's ideas of names like Helen and John. They are a bit dated, and I think they will be for a while. I would just be really surprised to meet a baby named something like that. They were popular for a very long time, but their popularity is waning so I don't consider them as classic. I think maybe these names are what I would consider as classic as it gets.

    Anna and Elizabeth

    James and William

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    Quote Originally Posted by cupcakelove888 View Post
    I think a classic name needs to sound classy throughout a long period of time, but most of all it has to sound classy now.
    I second the motion.

    For men I would nominate William and James.

    For women it would be Catherine and Elizabeth.

  5. #14
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    I agree wholeheartedly with the suggestions of Elizabeth, William, and James, and will add my beloved classic Jane.
    Simon Valor | Eloise Lily | Judah Sage | Thea Marina | Felix Orion | Iris Cordelia | Roscoe Benjamin | Lydia Wren | Jasper Conroy | Phaedra Naomi | Adrian Bruno | Lucinda 'Indie' Jane | Wallace Finnegan | Sylvie Winifred | Charles 'Charlie' Elliot | Juniper Faye | Julian 'Jules' Atlas | Matilda Sailor | Marlowe Charles | Alice Elizabeth | Jack Mariner | Marigold 'Maggie' Susan

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