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  1. #26
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    Eve - one of my favorites
    Gwen - love it! gorgeous
    Mirabelle - very pretty! I also like Meribel
    Nova - love it, very nice
    Sophie - I like it. Popular for a reason
    Aria - pretty
    Anya - I like it a lot!
    Rosaline - very nice, I like it
    Arabella - pretty
    Calla - pretty. Simple and different.
    Juliet - okay
    Autumn - I like it, it's pretty
    Catalina - different, but I do like it
    Cecilia - not one I really like, but it's okay
    Savannah - I don't hate it, but it's not one I really like. Much prefer Suzannah
    Alyssa- meh, sorta 90's but it's not terrible
    Summer- I prefer Autumn
    Winter - I like it as a middle, not so much as a first. Though Winnie is great
    Cosette, Eponine - sorry, but I think these are the Atticus and Scout of the last couple years. Really rather silly if you're not French, and even then, probably not advisable
    Belle - fine, nothing spectacular, but it's okay
    Clementine - okay, definitely different, but it's kinda cool too
    Aviana (Avis) - okay
    Thea - okay
    Clover - it's pretty, but I'm not sure I'd encourage it's use
    Venessa - Vanessa is okay, Venessa just looks misspelled
    Alva - too close to Alvin for my taste
    Addison - really trendy and not all that pretty. I much prefer Adelaide, Adele, Adina, etc.
    Jordan - not one I like at all for a girl (or a boy for that matter, but especially not for a girl)
    Lennox - for a boy I think it's okay, for a girl, not at all
    Sutton - same as above
    Arizona - sorry, but I think it's kinda stupid as a name
    Alaska - same as above
    Atlanta - don't like it at all
    Alba - sorry, I don't like it
    Copeland - really really hate it.





    Finn - love it
    Avery - love
    Lucas - like it
    Isaac - fine
    Rhys - like it
    Casper - okay
    Hudson - okay, kinda like it
    Trevor - meh
    Reeve - okay
    Christopher - meh
    Harold - not fond, still feels dated to me
    Connor - snore
    Jackson - meh
    Asa - don't like it
    River - meh
    Alfie - meh
    Cain - meh
    Hayden - not fond, Aidan trend
    Cricket - hate
    Rebel - hate it
    Ransom - hate it a lot
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  2. #28
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    Autumn, Summer, Winter: I've never had a particularly deep love for season names.
    Mirabelle: Is a plum. I'm not fond of it as a given name.
    Addison: Screams 80's-90's to me, but maybe that's just me.
    Copeland: Is this an actual name?
    Rosaline: Too frilly and pink, I much prefer Rosalind.
    Arizona, Alaska, Jordan, Atlanta: Place names really isn't my thing.
    Arabella: Wonderful name, I think it's so beautiful and very elegant.
    Cecilia: Not my style, but I prefer this version over Cecelia.
    Eve: Makes me think of Eve Harrington from All About Eve - not a great namesake.
    Juliet: Again, too girly-girly for me.
    Calla: Maybe it's a cultural thing, but that name (along with Willa) sounds so odd to me. Don't like it.
    Alyssa: Have never cared for this name.
    Venessa (Vanessa): Same as above.
    Belle: Another very girly-princessy kind of name. Not my cup of tea.
    Anya: Like the Russian pronunciation, dislike pretty much every other pronunciation.
    Gwen: Not a fan.
    Nova: I kinda like it, though mainly as a middle.
    Catalina: Again, not quite my style.
    Sophie: Lovely name. Can't go wrong with it, it's a classic.
    Savannah: I've actually been intrigued by it for a while. I think it's quite charming.
    Clementine: Another very girly name, though it's sweet, I'd never use it myself.
    Alva: Beautiful name, it's on my list of favourite girls name, and it's a great alternative to Alma and Alba.
    Aviana: I love the name but not with the nickname Avis (car rental service immediately springs to mind).
    Thea: Have never really understood the appeal.
    Lennox: Annie? No.
    Cosette, Eponine: Too tied with Les Misérables.
    Aria: Don't like it.
    Sutton: Another name that sounds all kinds of wrong in Danish ears.
    Clover: Makes me think of Totally Spies!
    Alba: Don't care for it.

    Casper: Very popular name here in Denmark and definitely not a bad one.
    Reeve: Definitely not my style.
    Christopher: I like it, it's a classic.
    Finn: I'm guilty of being really fond of Fynn, but Finn is nice too.
    Trevor: Gives me strong associations to a certain Mr. Longbottom's pet toad.
    Rebel: No.
    Connor: A very popular name, but quite frankly I don't understand why.
    Avery: Have always seen that name as a girls name, but that might just be me.
    Lucas: Beautiful and classic.
    Ransom: See Rebel.
    Jackson, Rhys, Hudson: No, those only work as surnames for me.
    Isaac: It's sweet, it's very popular, but not bad.
    Cain: Too biblical for me.
    Hayden: Ever since I've seen American Horror Story, I've kinda liked this name on a girl (which is totally off my general style). I dislike it for a boy though.
    Asa: One of my absolute favourite names. How can one not love this name.
    Alfie: Generally dislike nicknames turned given names, I prefer Alfred with the nickname Alfie.
    Harold: Nah, too old-fashioned (says the girl who's into Archibald and Maude).
    River: Have never cared for name like this.
    Cricket: As a pet name, perhaps, but never as a given name.
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  3. #30
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    Clementine, Akba, Calla and Winter are some of my favorite names both from your list and personally.
    Shealah
    Teenberry, name loving girl.
    xo






    Favorites:
    Lucy, Madeline, Caroline, Kylie, Bryn, Audrey/Aubrey, & Sierra
    Eli, Caden, Camden, Riley and Caleb

    Guilty Pleasures:
    Clementine & Tiara

  4. #32
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    Adelaide/Alice/Amelia/Autumn, Beatrice, Caroline/Cecilia/Charlotte/Colette, Eleanor/Eloise/Evelyn, Felicity/Fiona, Gemma/Genevieve, Hazel, Iris/Isla, Josephine/Juliet, Margot/Matilda, Penelope, Seraphina/Simone/Summer, Vivienne, Willow, Zoe

    August, Beckett, Carter/Christian/Colton, Dashiell/Declan, Emmett/Everett, Felix/Finn, Harrison/Hayes, Jasper/Julian, Landon/Leo/Liam/Lincoln/Luke, Mason/Miles, Oliver, Sebastian/Simon, Theodore/Thomas, Walker/Wesley

  5. #34
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    Jun 2013
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    England
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    Like
    VenessaDo you mean Vanessa? If so then I like.
    AriaLove, but getting very popular & may date badly
    Sophie – Classic, pretty & timeless
    Anya, Gwen & Eve – Simple and elegant
    Rosaline – Prefer Rosalind, but this is nice too
    Thea, Alyssa & Alba – Feminine whilst still being strong.
    Casper, Isaac & Lucas – I can imagine these three playing blues in a smoky underground bar. Very cool!
    Christopher – Classic, solid name. Likeable but not very exciting
    Hayden – I know –ayden names take a beating, but I like this one
    Rhys, Connor & Finn – I like Irish & Welsh names anyway so I’ve always had a soft spot for these names
    Avery - Soft but strong

    Indifferent
    Autumn, Summer, Winter, Savannah, Cecilia, Catalina, Juliet, Addison, Alva

    Undecided
    Eponine, Cosette

    Dislike
    Clementine, Arabella – To fussy
    Mirabelle & Belle – Dislike ‘belle’ names in general
    Jordan & Copeland & Lennox & Sutton, Reeve, Hudson Jackson – Not a fan of surname names
    Arizona & Alaska & Atlanta – I don’t really like state/city names
    Nova – This is my dog’s name, so I actually do like it, just not for a person!
    Calla – I want to like it but it just feels incomplete somehow. Same with Asa
    Aviana (Avis) – A car rental company
    Clover – A bit bovine
    Trevor & Harold – I love old man names, but don’t think that these two should be resurrected
    Rebel, Ransom, River, Cricket – These are words to me, not names.
    Cain – I actually don’t mind Biblical names with less than pleasant backstories (I really like the name Jezebel for example). However, killing your own brother and committing mankind’s first murder is a bit of a PR disaster for this name.
    Alfie – Too cutesy, especially for a boy.
    My Top 10 Girls Names: Astrid, Elara, Evelyn, Hannah, Hester, Lorna, Megan, Ophelia, Sylvia, Tabitha
    My Top 10 Boys Names: Alistair, Andrew, Graeme, Hamish, Leopold, Martin, Peter, Rupert, Tobias, William
    Guilty Pleasures: Athena, Aurelius, Damaris, Digory, Hermione, Isis, Phineas, Loki, Myrtle, Nymeria, Nyx, Orion

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