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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?
    Vasiliki 'Belle', 19
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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.

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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
    Vasiliki 'Belle', 19
    Darkness, roses, lace dresses, life full of poetry.
    "And so, being young & dipt in folly. I fell in love with melancholy,."

    Musing: Casimir Laszlo, Achilles Dominik, Zsuzsanna Kahlo

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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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