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  • Mabel "Barch"

    32 27.59%
  • Rory "Barch"

    8 6.90%
  • Isla "Barch"

    38 32.76%
  • Norah "Barch"

    38 32.76%
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  1. #16
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    Jul 2013
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    LOVE Mabel and there's nothing wrong with two b's, people make science fiction out of names.
    Anastasia Dulcie, Arthur Sylvan, Aurora Millicent, Cecily Helena, Charlotte Griselda, Cressida Blanche, Cvijeta Beatrice, David Frederick, Dorothea Giselle, Edmund Ludwig, Edward Godfrey, Emil Orpheus, Erik Amadeus, Flora Isabella, Freya Gwenllian, Gareth Florian, Juliet Sunniva, Lewis Dorian, Magnus Roland, , Matilda Gersemi, Melody Isolde, Percy Beowulf, Robin Lysander, Rosalyn Amoret, Rosamund Paisley, Seraphina Thisbe, Tristan Harley, Wesley Dimitri

  2. #18
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    Mar 2009
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    I'm very thankful for all of your opinions. We're not sharing our options with friends and family, but I really need the unbiased outside opinion! Nameberry rocks

  3. #20
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    Mar 2011
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    They're all lovely. My favourite is Mabel, but I voted Norah on the basis that Mabel B- is a bit tricky phonetically. I don't know if it's just my accent, but Norah B- is a lot easier, whilst they have the same old-lady feel.

    Norah Adeline Alice is wonderful. I also love the suggestion of Alice Adeline on it's own.
    wildly adored for future darlings;

    Amias Jack ''Ami'' / Baez George / Emmet Nicholas / Leander Hugh / Rufus Eoghan / Wilfred Alec ''Wolf'' / Virgil Caspian

    Annabel Briar / Billie Estella / Eilidh Agnes / Fenella Sunday ''Nell'' / Margaret Eulalia ''Mae'' / Maude Evangeline / Rosemary Oona ''Romy''

    much love and i are waiting for you!
    (olivia, eighteen, england)

  4. #22
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    Aug 2010
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    USA
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    I was torn between Isla and Norah, both of which I love. (I prefer the 'h' on the end of Norah, as well, for what it's worth.) I ended up voting for Norah, simply because I thought it flowed better with both middles, but more importantly, with "Barch." If flow really isn't important at all, though, I slightly prefer Isla to Norah... but only slightly. They're both gorgeous names
    Henry | Baker | Leo | Shepard | Rhys | Ronan | Declan | Edmund | Levi | River | Thomas
    Alice | Zoey | Annabel | Elinor | Aspen | Bronte | Eve | Tikvah | Faith | Ingrid | Mary | Willow

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