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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
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    I would answer that, but I am not British. :lol:
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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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