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    Magical and Fantasy-like girls names?

    Sorry for all the threads recently.

    I'm 38 weeks pregnant with my first child - gender unknown. Boyfriend and I have been struggling with names throughout the pregnancy. For boys, we're considering Caspian, Edmund, Evander, and Bram. However, we have no girls names. We want something that's magical and fantastical - like something that sounds like it should have been a character in a Tolkien novel or a fairy in A Midsummer Night's Dream. However, we don't want any popular names (we live in England). Do you have any suggestions?

    Thank you

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    Anastasia Dulcie°Aurora Millicent°Bethany Giselle°Cecily Beatrice°Charlotte Lenore°Cressida Blanche°Cvijeta Douceline°Edmund Ludwig°Edward Godfrey°Elaine Elysande°Emil Orpheus°Erik Amadeus°Flora Isabella°Freya Gwenllian°Gareth Florian°Griselda Phoebe°Hugo Lucius°Juliet Dorothea°Lewis Dorian°Magnus Roland°Melody Helena°Milana Ceridwen°°Percy Beowulf°Robin Lysander°Rosalyn Amoret°Rosamund Paisley°Seraphina Thisbe°Sunniva Paige°Thorin Arthur°Tristan Harley°Wesley Dimitri

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    Love your boy choices! Here are some selections that may match with your tastes:

    Cassandra
    Titania
    Astrid
    Rosalind (or Rosaline)
    Luna
    Seraphina (or Seraphine)
    Arianna
    Lyra

    Hope this helps you out!

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    Last edited by bellerose; July 27th, 2013 at 11:10 AM.
    "And so, being young and dipt in folly. I fell in love with melancholy,."

    Vasiliki, 19
    Bad taste in everything
    Edith Charlotte Mary 'Echo', Isabella Emmeline Cora 'Laleh', Anne Leopoldine Françoise 'Apple'
    Casimir Atticus Jackson 'Caro', Alexander Harley Wolfgang 'Axl'

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    Well, Welsh names are your friend!: Ceridwen, Arianwen, Guinevere, Eluned, Gweneira, Eirwen, Mairwen

    On the Cornish front, there's Elowen

    Gwenaëlle, a French name, might really work for you. Virtually unheard of, though I don't know why, it's beautiful and has a lovely fantastical quality to it.

    Seraphine, Elspeth, Odile, Oriana, Gloriana, Lucine, Alianor, Ysmay, Sybella, Everild, Tamsin, Gilda, Jocelyn, Cedany, Mirabel, Yseult, Iselde, Godelieve, Godelina


    Mary | Elsbeth | Clotilde | Everild | Beatrix | Junia | Tabitha | Gwendolen | Octavia | Eve | March | Edwen

    Simeon | Lionel | Barnabus | Ezekiel | Hector | Ignatius | August | Jove | Sayer | Booker | Mariner | Cecil | Godfrey


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