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  1. #31
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    Imogen, Rosalind, and Agnes are name cringes for me.

  2. #33
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    Oct 2012
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    I just hate all the CeCe names, Cecelia, Cicely, Celine, Celeste. I even dislike Serena. Nails on a chalkboard- but at least they age well. I'm not looking forward to a future with parents and grandparents with super trendy or cutesy names with random words ending in yn, ynn, en, or a. I recently met a little boy named Trustynn (even though it looks like trusty-n, it is, of course, trust-in) and it made me want to cry.
    Trying, trying, trying

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  3. #35
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    Dec 2012
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    Sharmayne/Charmaine. Uncomfortably close to Sharpay from High School Musical for me, I think. And the fact that is exceedingly similar to the popular American loo roll brand Charmin does not endear it to me either.

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  4. #37
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    Jul 2012
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    Iris, Irene, Sawyer, Hadley, Harper, Harriet, and Poppy. I think they look and sound just awful, yet they're NB favorites. I also loathe Sloane and Greer--it's like naming your child the ugliest syllable you can come up with.
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    College student, bookworm, terrible influence.
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  5. #39
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    I agree with the poster above me! Sloane is the ugliest-sounding name I've ever heard (and all i think of is how Bridget Jones describes certain women as "sloane-y" and even though i have no idea what she actually means by that, its obviously negative). Greer is just...blah. I don't hate it, but it sounds like a pointless waste of letters to me
    I hope to be a mom one day. For now I enjoy being a name lover.

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