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  1. #1
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    A sister/brother for Florence - 8 letter/2 syllable name please!

    Our daughter is Florence and she really suits her vintage name because she is old before her time! It was the name that fitted because you can say it in French and in English too (her heritage), you can spell it easily and it is the same length as our surname, also breaking down into a 3-5 letter split with the 2 syllables.

    Now that her brother/sister is due in November I would love to find another 8 letter, 2 syllable name if you can help me. My baby brain is too fuzzy! We now live Down Under so there are Aussie pronunciations and shortenings to consider too. Thank you!

  2. #3
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    Apr 2012
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    This is hard as most 8 letter names have 3 syllables+, so you're really restricting yourself. Some sound like they have 2 syllables when you say them though. This is all I found:

    Beatrice, Delphine, Primrose, Scarlett

    Alphonse, Clemence, Frederic, Geoffrey, Humphrey, Laurence, Tristram

    Other vintage/classic 8 letter names: Adelaide, Alastair, Augustus, Benedict, Benjamin, Clarissa, Eleanore, Felicity, Georgina, Isabelle, Jennifer, Jonathan, Nicholas, Penelope, Rosalind, Rosemary, Susannah, Theodore, Victoria

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  4. #7
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    I like simple yet versatile names that work well for the athlete, the comic, the genius, and the judge.

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