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  1. #1
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    Ever feel like your naming style doesn't belong in your country?

    Kind of a weird question, I know, but do you ever feel like your naming style would be better suited if you lived elsewhere? I get really disappointed when people I know announce their name choices as Jaycee and Jaylynn and RaeLynn and I know this fad isn't popular elsewhere. I don't feel like name nerdiness is appreciated where I am.
    Mommy of Juniper Teagan & Pyrus Nikolai

    Catkin Guinevere, Celandine Ceridwen, Heliotrope Isolde, Nettle Chiyo, Hebe Dilwen, Foxglove Amabel, Chicory Tallulah, Pennyroyal Matilda, Wedelia Imogen, Mallow Araminta, Dandelion Jane
    Senna Lazarus, Bramble Gideon, Comfrey Azrael, Thistle Dorian, Huckleberry Iver, Larkspur Saul, Bear Cornelius, Yarrow Barnaby, Sol Aurelius, Hawthorn Otis, Centaury Eben

    Non-Nature Loves: Hestia & Bartleby
    http://bloominggardenofnames.blogspot.com/[

  2. #3
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    Definitely! I've always belonged in England (name-style wise), although, Australia is catching on to the British trends nowadays.

    ~Ebony~
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    Ignatius - Jasper - Hugo - Edmund - Henry - Oliver - Rupert - Felix - Percy - August - Atticus - Amias - Otto - Barnaby - Arthur - Ezra - Hector - Charles
    Antigone - Hermione - Harriet - Cordelia - Violet - Persephone - Beatrice/Beatrix - Clementine - Ottilie - Florence - Octavia - Drusilla - Agnes - Ida - Matilda - Xanthe

    Previously ebonyeden

    avatar is my 8th great grandmother.

  3. #5
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    I definitely haven't belonged anywhere I've lived thus far, but I'm moving to Manhattan for grad school and every time I hear a new name on the train (Timo! Breezy! Fidelia! Geronimo!) it's a reminder that I've finally ended up where I fit in.

    Matilda Sailor or Faye Matilda | Sylvie Wren or Simon Adler | Alice Violetta or Atlas Dov | Julian 'Jules' River or Juniper 'Joon' Lovelace | Roscoe Fox or Marlowe Fritz | Jane Lucinda or Lucien Wilde | Louisa Valor or Eloise March | Ivan Elliot or Iris Cordelia | August Jack or Jasper Hale | Dashiell Jude or Judah Reeve | Thea Marina or Marigold 'Maggie' Wynn | Finnegan Wallace or Felix Raphael

    Just a grad student dreaming ahead...

  4. #7
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    My naming style fits well with others in my area, except for the cre8tive names
    Current Favorites:
    Elizabeth Lily nn Ellie
    Mary Emmeline nn Maisie
    Sarah Evangeline nn Sadie

    Nathaniel nn Nate

  5. #9
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    Quote Originally Posted by augusta_lee View Post
    I definitely haven't belonged anywhere I've lived thus far, but I'm moving to Manhattan for grad school and every time I hear a new name on the train (Timo! Breezy! Fidelia! Geronimo!) it's a reminder that I've finally ended up where I fit in.
    I fit in really well in the Portland area, but here in Phoenix, it's majority run of the mill and kree8tiv names. I swoon anytime I see something offbeat, that's not misspelled.

    Fidelia, btw is <3
    Mommy of Juniper Teagan & Pyrus Nikolai

    Catkin Guinevere, Celandine Ceridwen, Heliotrope Isolde, Nettle Chiyo, Hebe Dilwen, Foxglove Amabel, Chicory Tallulah, Pennyroyal Matilda, Wedelia Imogen, Mallow Araminta, Dandelion Jane
    Senna Lazarus, Bramble Gideon, Comfrey Azrael, Thistle Dorian, Huckleberry Iver, Larkspur Saul, Bear Cornelius, Yarrow Barnaby, Sol Aurelius, Hawthorn Otis, Centaury Eben

    Non-Nature Loves: Hestia & Bartleby
    http://bloominggardenofnames.blogspot.com/[

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