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June 2nd, 2013 10:18 PM #6
June 2nd, 2013 10:20 PM #8Member
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I don't love it as a first name for a girl.
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June 2nd, 2013 11:15 PM #12
It's quite a widely accepted girls' name in Australia. I think it's nice. I don't think it's generally very well received in America.First baby due June 20, 2016
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June 2nd, 2013 11:39 PM #14Senior Member
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I think Bronte is really pretty! I picture it much less harsh than people make it, and very feminine. It sounds almost light, and soft to me. I can see how strong it is, but I think it's really pretty. And I think it pairs really well with Violet. Violet Bronte. I think in the middle it's great, and paired with a softer girl's name works really nicely. Aliya Bronte, Ella Bronte, Jane Bronte - hm, maybe not, Two authors in 1 name might be waaay too much, but you get my point. Bronte Violetta. That's pretty.
@Tay2thestars - Violet Bronte is so pretty! Soft, sweet, Violet with the stronger Bronte. Swoon worthy. (haha first time ever using swoon, cool word!)(\_/)
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