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  1. #1
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    Too masculine?

    I was looking the birth announcements at a site and I saw something that shocked me! It was an announcement of a lil girl named Wolfgang Eira Juliet!it is just me or this name is too masculine for a lil girl?

    What do you think?
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    Um.. A bit too masculine, naming a girl Wolfgang. It'd be better if it was Eira Juliet.
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    Em, honestly, I think it's not very good discussing the name of a child already born. If she is Wolfgang, there obviously were reasons to name her that. Plus with girl Eliott, Jaidyn and Maxwell running around Wolfgang definitely stands out.

  4. #7
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    I don't doubt the reasons behind choosing that name for their daughter.I was just thinking it was weird and interesting
    "You're in my heart - you
    belong to me - I'll never
    let you go again - "



    Juliet * Nimue * Rosa * Kitty * Virginia * Isolde * Poem * Annabel * Ophelia * Persephone * Seraphine * Psyche * Remember * Evangeline * Roxane * Anastasia "Stanzi" * Snow * Lucinda * Ulrica "Wolf" * Amaryllis & Genevieve.
    Hades * Orpheus * Viktor * Dante * Dorian * Gabriel * Quentin * Prometheus * Alaric * Wolfram * Amadeus * Lucian & Edgar.

  5. #9
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    It would probably be much more jarring to the ears of a German/Austrian, but in the context of an Anglophone country, I'm actually more interested than put off.

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