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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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    LOVE Mabel and there's nothing wrong with two b's, people make science fiction out of names.
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  2. #18
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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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    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.
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  4. #22
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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
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