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July 24th, 2013 01:50 PM #11Senior Member
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@Sunshine, I totally understand it now lol I got a little lost before. Thank you for clearing it up for me!TTC Fall 2014
July 25th, 2013 12:13 AM #13
July 25th, 2013 12:18 AM #15
Not fond of Aphrodite. It's like you put in a nice name and then throw something totally of the radar.
July 25th, 2013 12:37 AM #17
I want to say it's fine because it's in the middle, but honestly if my middle name was Aphrodite and someone asked me about my middle name, I'd probably be embarrassed to tell them. But I'm a very shy person, so if I had a different personality it might be a totally different story and something to be proud of! It's certainly a cool name, just a bit OTT for most people. Be ready for some raised eyebrows when your birth announcements go out
Side note: I absolutely love Hazel Isadora. Sooo stunning!contemplating combos:
August David Dodge · August Henry Dodge · Barnaby Viggo Paul · Barnaby Atlas Paul
Leona Vesper Lynn · Vivian Lillie Revere · Florence Patricia Mae · Zelda Katherine Rose
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July 25th, 2013 04:34 PM #19Senior Member
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I love Hazel! Aphrodite is not my first choice, I don't really think of it as a good flow with Hazel. I think of Hazel as really a warm and sweet name, and I think of Aphrodite as a cool, mysterious, powerful, ruthless-ruler name. Aphrodite could be a good middle name, just not with Hazel I think. If you're going for the warm, sweet feel, may I suggest something Like Hazel Rae/Kaye/May, Hazel Renee, or Hazel with an Isa- name like Isabeau, Isabelle, Isadora?
Though, overall, if you like it, don't mind my 2 cents, you know? I don't think it's awful, I'm just not big on goddess names.
I wish you good naming luck!→teenberry←you can call me gail
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