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  1. #1
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    Cool here is our list it's a long list...

    Thoughts on these names. Some are guilty pleasure names...

    Bernadette
    Sarai
    Thisbe
    Aeliana
    Nicola
    Isabeau
    Briony
    Kennedy
    Jensine
    Drea
    Tamar
    Isaline
    Inessa
    Nessa
    Astrid
    Keturah
    Frances
    Viviette
    Beryl
    Marcheline
    Yesenia
    Cambrie
    Zadie
    Arava
    Suki
    Evony
    Zada
    Eugenia
    Freya
    Niamh
    Eliora
    Haidee
    Neela
    Julietta
    Mirin
    Alexane
    Paige
    Nydia
    Maeva
    Aster
    Manon
    Cantrelle
    Campbell
    Peri
    Embeth
    Jessamy
    Eda
    Rosaleen
    Daisy
    Alivia
    Azure
    Magdalen
    Virginia
    Amedea
    Hilaria
    Frederica
    Noelia
    Sadira
    Lilibeth
    Chandler
    Ailis
    Madeleine
    Henna
    Seeley
    Neely
    Merrigan
    Senga
    Ramona
    Delyth
    Eira
    Enid
    Aoife
    Zohara
    Leocadia
    Cleora
    Mahalia
    Keighley
    Xia
    Maren
    Angelia
    Tresa
    Bellatrix
    Atarah
    Neva
    Medrie
    Celestia
    Amaryllis
    Raiza
    Athalia
    Margaux
    Lileas
    Isa
    Arwen
    Madeira
    Morwenna
    Keziah
    Sylvia
    Was a great Aunt that I was very close to
    Dorothy
    A family name
    Maisie
    it's cute
    Elara
    I thought it was just pretty
    Havana
    It's spicy and cute
    Imogen
    Elegant in it's own way. Have had a crush on it the last 6 yrs
    Inez
    It's a family name, and my sisters middle name and mine also
    Kairi
    i love the meaning
    Laelia
    Moira
    Moriah
    Finula
    Maurya
    Ophelia
    Lark
    Anaelle
    Laia
    Aloisa
    Aviva
    Alina
    Hadley
    Hadassah
    Raisa
    India
    Malena
    Melaina
    Delaina
    Irie
    Henriette
    Henrietta
    Stella
    Celia
    Aya
    Pearl
    Ayelet
    Adalina
    Elka
    Thessaly
    Lavinia
    Zenaida
    Cassia
    Zara
    Zaria
    Olea
    Saskia
    Alaia
    Manet
    Brisa
    Britta
    Hea
    Saoirse
    Caoimhe
    Genevieve
    Georgiana
    Poe
    Lillia
    Aveline
    Arletta
    Clementine
    Roisin
    a newer feeling for Rose
    Ailsa
    Elsa is just a cool name my friend named her daughter this
    Coral
    Paloma
    Jessa
    Another form of Jessica and my sisters name
    Delphine
    Bidelia
    Beatrice
    Indra
    Lilias
    Alouette
    Isadora
    Meissa
    Ilaria
    Mirin
    Greta
    Atley
    Carys Marcheline
    Coralei
    Elora Kate
    Irey
    Ivy Juliet
    Jora
    my brothers name is Jordan it's different
    Gloria
    Promise
    Madigan
    Flannery
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    Jude, blackbird.

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  3. #5
    Ones I quite like:

    Nessa
    Astrid
    Viviette
    Beryl (secretly love but wouldn't use)
    Cambrie but prefer Cambria
    Freya
    Niamh
    Eliora
    Julietta
    Paige
    Aster
    Eda
    Daisy
    Azure
    Frederica
    Madeleine
    Eira
    Enid
    Aoife
    Maren
    Bellatrix (another guilty pleasure...)
    Celestia but prefer boring old Celeste
    Isa
    Arwen
    Sylvia
    Dorothy
    Maisie
    Imogen I'm in Australia and this is quite popular
    Inez but prefer Ines
    Ophelia
    Lark
    Pearl
    Elka
    Cassia
    Saskia
    Britta
    Saoirse
    Genevieve
    Lillia and also like Lilla
    Aveline
    Clementine
    Elsa
    Delphine
    Carys
    Ivy
    Juliet
    Madigan
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    I've bolded the ones I particularly like.

    Bernadette - Love everything about this name...except Bernie.
    Sarai - really like this one as well; just different enough to be special without being weird
    Thisbe - I've been liking this one lately (as well as most Greek names), but I've never been the biggest fan of the letter "b"
    Aeliana - sounds almost like Haley-ahna, and looks like a "ghetto fabulous" type name.
    Nicola - Prefer the French Nicolette, especially since Nicola rhymes with ricolla.
    Isabeau - not bad, but "beau" is too masculine for me
    Briony - something about it seems thorny
    Kennedy - I like leaving the surnames to the boys
    Jensine - I can't decide if it sounds like Jet stream or adenosine or genocide. I'd avoid.
    Drea - Not bad. I've never heard it before but it sounds simple, unique, and versatile.
    Tamar - a nice Hebrew classic, and though it's never been a favorite of mine, I would keep it on the list
    Isaline - Eh. Feels a little too smooshed.
    Inessa - okay, but has that ghetto fabulous feel about it. Also sounds like "in essence"
    Nessa - like the loch ness monster?
    Astrid - "ass" might be a connotation you want to avoid
    Keturah - Kind of like Tamar, I'm not a fan, but it's definitely a nice name
    Frances - I've always seen Francis as a masculine name, so it's hard for me to see Frances on a girl
    Viviette - pretty, fresher-sounding version of Vivian.
    Beryl - Blech
    Marcheline - as in marsh?
    Yesenia - not sure how to pronounce this, but "yes" is a positive connotation
    Cambrie - a? Feels like it should be Cambria but then it's cut short
    Zadie - poor kid will keep explaining that no, she's not Sadie.
    Arava - like a raven? or ar-hava? Very odd-sounding either way.
    Suki - Cute, but might be hard to grow into if she's not culturally Asian.
    Evony - It does feel smooshed, but I really like this one. It's part Eve, part Briony, like an evening Briony. I'm always looking for new ways to get Evie.
    Zada - A little too space-age-y for me
    Eugenia - While the only Eugenia I know manages to wear it well, I still find it to be an ugly sounding name.
    Freya - as in frayed?
    Niamh - I love all manner of Irish names (plus the "ee" and "v" sounds)
    Eliora - Elora seems more to the point
    Haidee - like Hades?
    Neela - like a kneeler?
    Julietta - I prefer Juliana, but this variant is really pretty as well.
    Mirin - like a mirror?
    Alexane - alex-anne or alex-annie? or a-lexannie? Any way, Alexandra or Alexandria would be simpler
    Paige - I tend to think of a dashing young knight in his first steps of training (page) as opposed to a professional woman.
    Nydia - Definitely prefer Lydia. (prefer "l" to "n" in general)
    Maeva - prefer the streamlined Maeve, but I can see the appeal.
    Aster - again, may want to avoid "ass"
    Manon - I always think of filet mignon
    Cantrelle - "can't" is definitely worse than "yes"
    Campbell - I like to leave the surnames to the boys
    Peri - the platypus!
    Embeth - Emibeth might be better; I hang too long on the "em" syllable otherwise
    Jessamy - ...a cross between Jessa and Bellamy? It sounds pretty, but also somewhat ghetto fabulous
    Eda - edda or eeda? Eeda is somewhat pretty, Edda sounds clunky.
    Rosaleen - I love the -een ending, and I also love rose names. A win-win
    Daisy - somewhat flimsy for a lawyer
    Alivia - "No, I'm not Olivia!"
    Azure - sounds alluring, but almost seductive
    Magdalen - not bad, but I prefer the more-name-sounding-less-associated-with-demons Magdelena.
    Virginia - a personal favorite of mine. I love "v"
    Amedea - like Amadeus? As in Mozart?
    Hilaria - hilarious as a joke
    Frederica - another personal favorite - I think "rica" is a great nn (especially if she turns out to be a little more feminine)
    Noelia - I can see the appeal, but not a personal fan
    Sadira - see Noelia
    Lilibeth - Another fave! Lily seems insubstantial on its own, but this gives it some credibility.
    Chandler - for a girl? I'd definitely put a person named Chandler down as a boy.
    Ailis - as much as I love Irish names, this sounds more like someone with dyslexia reading Alice
    Madeleine - It's a fine name, apart from the "mad" at the beginning.
    Henna - cluck cluck cluck!
    Seeley - Simmons, and Posturepedic (isn't this a mattress or something?)
    Neely - I hope she kneels a lot
    Merrigan - feels like one of those names trapped between being feminine (merry) and being masculine (igan)
    Senga - like Jenga
    Ramona - *moan*
    Delyth - sounds more like a city than a name
    Eira - Not bad. I've never heard it before but it sounds nice
    Enid - sounds old and crusty
    Aoife - a personal favorite! But be forewarned that pronunciation outside Ireland will be a nightmare
    Zohara - so...just Sahara revamped?
    Leocadia - that's a lot of name. I'd stick with Leona or Leonie
    Cleora - reminds me of clitoris, but that's only because I take anatomy.
    Mahalia - pretty, but Malia seems simpler
    Keighley - the phonetic Keeley might be easier, and even then it sounds masculine
    Xia - I like this. Short, simple, and unique. (I also think Xiomara is really pretty)
    Maren - feels like it's missing a syllable somewhere (Marian? Marena?)
    Angelia - feels jelly-like compared to Angelina or Angelica
    Tresa - another favorite! Though I would spell it Tressa.
    Bellatrix - sounds like a magical spell, not a name
    Atarah - "a tar" is somewhat negative
    Neva - like this one; sort of like Maeva
    Medrie - sounds like a butchering of Madrid
    Celestia - Yet another favorite! I love this name, especially pronounced sell-ess-tee-a. (not sell-ess-tchya)
    Amaryllis - I think it's a really nice way to get Amy, though not my personal favorite
    Raiza - Raise-a what?
    Athalia - feels like it's missing an n. (Natalia)
    Margaux - not bad, but I prefer Margaret
    Lileas - lilies? lil-ay-us? lil-ee-us?
    Isa - feels incomplete (I know, you tried Isaline and Isabeau, but I still like my Isadora and Isobel.)
    Arwen - prefer Anwen. Arwen just makes me think of Arwin from the Suite Life of Zach and Cody
    Madeira - I'd stay away from Mad.
    Morwenna - the "w" feels superfluous.
    Keziah - see Keturah.
    Sylvia - I personally like the name Sylvia, but if you want to honor your aunt, I'd stick it in the middle or change it to Sylvie or Sybil or something so you won't expect your daughter to be like your aunt
    Dorothy - eh. Never been a fan. If it's a family name, I'd keep it in the middle.
    Maisie - yes, it's cute. But on a famous lawyer cross-examining a witness in a serial murder trial? I'd think again.
    Elara - I suppose it's pretty, though the "e" feels unnecessary
    Havana - and also attached to cigars. I'd stick with Savannah
    Imogen - very elegant, I agree. But I'm not a personal fan.
    Inez - makes me think of sneezing for some reason. Prefer Agnes. (as you can tell, I'm totally open to changing family names around)
    Kairi - will be called Carrie, without the nice meaning
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