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July 24th, 2013 12:18 PM #16
Well, it depends on where you are.
I've never met a Rupert in my life, but I know it's more popular in Britain. It would definitely be seen as unique and possibly old-fashioned in America, but not completely crazy.
I personally love the name Lyra, but I can see it getting push back from a conservative family. I think it's one of those names that sounds very unfamiliar, but once you meet one it just clicks and sounds lovely.
Matilda is similar to Rupert. It's definitely part of the vintage name trend so I can understand the older generation finding it very unpleasant. Similar to names our generation would find very dated--like Wanda or Stacy.
From your extended list I really like Theo!Livy/Lucy : Geneva/Gwen : Coralie/Alice : Noelle/Eve
Eli/Bennett : Jude/Zane: Luke/Leo : Levi/Phineas
July 24th, 2013 03:52 PM #18My name is Erin. I am 22 years old and I have loved baby names since I was 10.
Girl names: Juliet Grace, Amelia Ruby, Stella Rose, Felicity Kate, Fiona Melody, Lydia Charlotte, Clara Bridget, Esme Victoria, Eliza Audrey
Boy names: Jonathan Rhys, Roman Isaiah, Joel Isaac, Leeland Jack, Micah Wesley, Greyson Jeremiah, Phoenix Owen, Quinn Xavier, Ethan Chandler
July 24th, 2013 03:54 PM #20Senior Member
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I think they are all very nice choices, you can't really go wrong. Your family get used to it once the baby has arrivedCaity
Mom of Violet Isabelle, George Quincy, & Mae Elizabeth
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July 24th, 2013 04:07 PM #22
These names aren't too out there at all. Uncommon in the US, maybe, but familiar enough. I thought they were going to be made-up.
July 24th, 2013 04:12 PM #24Senior Member
Mother to: Patrick Werner (3/10) and Mary Claire (06/12)
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