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June 15th, 2013 05:11 PM #6Teresa
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June 15th, 2013 06:04 PM #8
Kathryn-It's a sweet, classic name that has a modern edge over Carolyn's old, solemn image
Mara-It's a classic name that we don't hear too often, giving it a positive allure. Tana, however, sounds almost made up and kurt
Miriam-It's a classic name with religious undertones but it doesn't sound hyper-religious or old, it's a perfect name for a modern baby girl
Kay-It's a cute, Southern name that has a bit of spunk without being overly modern
Linda-A beautiful Italian name with a wonderful meaning and a feminine flow; definitely better than the clunky "Wendy."
Zoë-Modern, spunky, sassy, and most importantly, feminine. It's a great, modern pick
Jeannie-It's a classic name that never loses its adorable vibe
Francesca-A beautiful name that sounds elegant and young at the same time
Willa-An adorable, feminine name that packs a lot of punch in only 5 letters
Miranda-A strong, modern name that also has a feminine touch
Rachel-A strong name that has a lot of feminine qualities, as well
Angel-Sweet and short, it's a beautiful name with a lot of meaning
Emma-A beautiful, sweet little name that mixes classic and modern
Prue-A very modern name that can certainly catch anyone's attention
Raphaela-Very elegant and feminine, a beautiful name that has both classic and modern qualities
Sharon-A name with a long line of history, and certainly more fresh than "Sally."What's in a Name? That Which We Call a Rose by Any Other Name Would Smell as Sweet.
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October 5th, 2013 04:50 PM #10Junior Member
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Carolyn - more feminine
Mara - the other opinion sounded dumb
Miriam - Miriam, more sofisticated
Kay - more sporty
Linda - Linda, can be shortened to Lin
Zoë - cuter
Valerie - I hate the other name
Francesca - better
Dawn - feminine
Miranda - like the county singer
Alison - cuter
Angel or Bliss - hate both
Emma - feminine
Helen - better than Prue
Pauline - better than the other option
Sally - Sharon sounds like a drag queen name
January 14th, 2014 06:10 PM #12Senior Member
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Carolyn- because it has an old sound to it. The nickname could be Carrie. With Kathryn the nickname would be Kathy, I don't like that. It's too common.
Mara- it has a pretty ring to it.
Miriam- I dislike Paula. Makes me think of Paula Abdul. Miriam is one of my guilty pleasure names.
Kay- Sue is too clunky.
Linda- it's prettier, but I don't really like either.
Zoe- I'd spell it different. But I don't like Nina.
Jeannie- I don't like Valerie. Well, I don't really like Jeannie either but, it's better.
Francesca- it's pretty. I love it. Nickname could be Fran or cessie. I don't like Georgina. Too clunky.
Willa- it's beautiful. I've never liked Dawn, I had a friend with that middle name. Didn't like it.
Miranda- Melanie is too blah. Miranda is pretty.
Alison- nickname Ali. Rachel is not a good name. Nickname Rach. Gross.
Angel- but I really don't like either much. Angel is okay though.
Alix- it's femenine yet not at the same time. I love it. Emma is too common.
Helen- it's my grandmothers name. Prue is pretty, makes me think of Charmed, but it's spelling is unfortunate.
Neither Raphaela or Pauline. Both are too old and mannish.
Sharon- Sally is old.
June 12th, 2014 03:28 PM #14
Carolyn or Kathryn: Kathryn, because I love the nickname Katie more than Carol.
Tana or Mara: Mara, Tana doesn't sound like a name.
Paula or Miriam: Miriam, Paula sounds too old.
Sue or Kay: Kay, again, Sue sounds too old.
Wendy or Linda: Wendy, because I love Peter Pan!
Zoë or Nina: Zoe, it's cool to have a unique first letter.
Jeannie or Valerie: Valerie, it sounds younger.
Francesca or Georgina: Francesca, Georgina sounds too masculine.
Dawn or Willa: Dawn, because who doesn't love a sunrise?
Melanie or Miranda: Melanie, Miranda sounds harsh.
Rachel or Alison: Rachel, I just haven't met anyone nice with the name Alison (or any spelling).
Angel or Bliss: Angel, Bliss reminds me of ice cream.
Emma or Alix: Emma, Alix sounds boyish.
Prue or Helen: Helen, because Prue? Really?
Raphaela or Pauline: Raphaela, because it's more angelic.
Sharon or Sally: Sharon, Sally's gross.