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  1. #21
    My fave is Emilia.. But sounds way too simar to Lila IMO

    Elodie is lovely and sounds great next to Lila.

    Emerson too masculine and too trendy.

    Magpie is sweet and I generally have no issue with nicknamey names but this one is a bit too nicknamey even for me. I love it as nickname for Margo, which I think also lovely with Lila.

    Frances sounds like an ok match with Lila, but not a personal favourite for me. I much prefer Franca, nn Frankie

  2. #23
    Join Date
    Feb 2012
    Location
    Melbourne, Australia
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    Elodie and Maggie are my favourites. I think they work well with your other daughters name and are feminine against Townes.
    Please vote on my names list http://www.babynames.com/namelist/9831892

    Current favs:
    Mary Wildflower, Fae, Edith (Edie), Ida, Beatrix, Jean, Winifred (Winnie), Phaedra, Thisbe, Sylvie, Cordelia, Magnolia, Catherine, Mimosa

    Arto, Lawson, William, Rupert, Albert, Makepeace, Wetherell

    Rabbits Eleanore Saffron Nightingale & Gethin Abraham Jubilee(Bob/Bobby), Lizard Ute (German Ooteh), Guinea pigs Marmaduke Hubbard & Algernon (LG)

  3. #25
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    Nov 2010
    Location
    British Columbia
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    Elodie is my favourite for sure! Maggie is cute, but I'm not the biggest fan of nickname names (mainly because it's nearly impossible for the person to be taken seriously/professionally!). Have you considered Margaret, Magdalen, Magdalena, or Magnolia?
    ~Adelaide ~ Octavia~ Eulalie~ Clementine~ Magnolia~ Coralie~ Josephine~
    ~Frederick~ Alistair~ Malachi~ Edward~Julian~ Nathaniel ~ Theodore~

  4. #27
    I like Maggie best but I'm not so sure about it as a given name. Personally I'd give a formal name and use Maggie as a nickname. Elodie would be my second choice.

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