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May 28th, 2013 01:13 PM #6Senior Member
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- Nov 2011
- Ontario, Canada
Names that rhyme with Laura - Nora, Cora and Flora - are coming back into style. Laura may seem a little dated, but at the same time, Laura is a classic and beautiful name. Nothing I can say will make you love a name you've felt is wrong for 4 years, but there is nothing wrong with the name Laura. You probably don't get a lot of compliments because it is such a well known and familiar choice.
Girls - Jane - Eleanor - Matilda - Caroline - Rosalind - Beatrix
Boys - Arthur - Desmond - Edmund - Edwin - Frederick
May 28th, 2013 01:21 PM #8Senior Member
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- Apr 2013
I just saw Laura on the blog. How neat!
One of my dearest friends is named Laura Elizabeth--classic, elegant, and she wears it so well. It's a good name, a solid choice, and flows really beautifully. Names don't have to be groundbreaking, exciting, or just-perfectly-ahead-of-the-trends-enough-to-be-extra-cool-but-not-weird-by-the-standards-of-people-you-like.
I love the name Laura. I call my friend Laure (Lor) from time to time. L and Lo and Laurie would also work for me.
May 28th, 2013 01:23 PM #10
I want to chime in and point out that the people who aren't complimenting your name choice are probably the same ones who have or will name their daughters Olivia, Sophia, Arabella, Jaiden, and other super popular or trendy choices. Since Laura doesn't fall into that category, I'm sure many young people don't know what to make of it.bio: Raphael David, Ignatius Peter
fostering: M & J
Saved for Later:
Rosemary, Susannah, Nazareth, Georgia, Theodora, Fawn
Ulysses, Thaddeus, Laszlo, Woodrow, Leopold
May 28th, 2013 01:29 PM #12
May 28th, 2013 01:34 PM #14Alice / Mary / Georgia / Helen / Rosa
Edward / Samuel / George / Joseph / Ezra