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Thread: Replacing India
July 20th, 2013 01:30 AM #6Call me Cynthia, Angie, or Luna.
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July 20th, 2013 02:02 AM #8Senior Member
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July 20th, 2013 06:53 AM #12Senior Member
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This is so strange because even though I knew about the history behind India, and the controversy of using the name, in my country India is used quiet commonly amongst trendy hipster parents. So the idea that outside of my country using India is seen as 'bad' for white European people is really strange. India is a lovely choice but if you think it's too difficult to use, I think you should use Indira. So close to India but totally gets rid of the controversy. Indira is a perfect choice and sounds gorgeous with Maeve.
July 21st, 2013 01:35 AM #14
What's the controversy over India? (Please excuse my ignorance.)Still hoping to change my username Sweet Amara... Fingers crossed!
I loved Elsa before it she was cool I saw her as this mystical, magical, completely unique, baffling and all her own kind of girl. She'd also honour my grandmother and great-grandmother from Deutschland.
Ronan will be my future son's name for the sake of spicy, little boys wearing plaid shirts, running around in kneeless jeans, playing in the mud and being mischievous. And in memory of Ronan Sean Thompson.