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  1. #1
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    Does Cornelia sound upper-class?

    Hello berries,
    I am collecting names that fit the so-called "British upper-class" criteria. So far I really like Beatrice, Georgiana, Cressida, Araminta and a few more. I came across Cornelia which I really like but does it really sound British or more Colonial? (I know Cordelia sounds but I am not so sure about her twin sister Cornelia)
    Could you help me with this? Same-style suggestions would be great as well. Thank you so much.
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    Hey anyone...
    Olympia/College student/Books, arts, glasses and coffee

    Frances Birdie Jane & Oscar Ignatius CosmoEmmeline Twila Alice & Nathaniel Roscoe Wilde
    Esme Helena Mazarine & Axel Isidore SageTabitha Elowen Constance & Grover Elijah St John

    Sylvie Bluebell Isaiah Silver Edie Marigold Kit Barnaby Marianne Lovisa (Fox) James Peregrine Althea Pearl Hector Barnaby

  3. #5
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    I would answer that, but I am not British. :lol:
    Cecily Beatrice, Charlotte Ravenna, Aurora Valkyrie, Rosalyn Amoret, Seraphina June, Cressida Violante
    Flora Celestine, Elaine Rosamund, Dorothea Melody, Anastasia Bridget, Morgana Giselle, Millicent Griselda
    Matilda Amethyst, Juliet Sunniva, Gwenllian Helena

    Robin Lysander, Edmund Ludwig, Erik Florian, Magnus Roland, Percy Beowulf, Edgar Oberon, Emil Orpheus
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  4. #7
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    I'm in America but Cornelia has always seemed very low class and down market to me. All I can hear is corny!

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    My upper class, very old-rich great aunt is named Cornelia. But this is in the US..

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