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August 1st, 2013 09:43 PM #1Member
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August 1st, 2013 09:49 PM #3
Eloise - Cute.
Allison - Dated.
Carys - Pretty and distinctive.
Lila - Pretty, but it sounds very Southern (which could be negative or positive.)
Finley - Ugh. Can't stand this one, especially on a girl.
Quinn - Eh. Very unremarkable.
Juliette - Ok, but I much prefer the sleeker, less pretentious-looking Juliet.
Peyton - Another name I can't stand, especially on a girl.
Miranda - A bit dated, but I love it anyway. I'd love to see it brought back.
Melinda - A pretty name that I feel as though I should like, but it just makes me think of pastel sweaters, popped collars and pearls.
Della - Cool. I like it, although I slightly prefer Delia.
Caroline - A likeable if unremarkable classic.Gwen
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August 1st, 2013 10:15 PM #5Senior Member
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- Eloise - Nice name
- Allison - Feels dated, there are so many Allie's in this world
- Carys - Love!
- Lila - Love, hate that it's popular.
- Finley - ugh, don't find this one flattering at all
- Quinn - I used to love this name for a boy(thanks Quinn Mallory) but now it's been stolen by the ladies.
- Juliette - Love this but prefer the Juliet spelling.
- Peyton - another one that seems dated to me
- Miranda - the only thing I like about this name is the potential nickname of Mira
- Melinda - Can't get past the "linda" part of it
- Della - I want to like it but I don't
- Caroline - cuteMy little man O.P arrived 6-14-15My Teddy Bear (aka my puppy): Rufus (4-24-13)
August 1st, 2013 10:34 PM #7
- Eloise - loved it, especially for all the nn potential, now it sounds a bit trendy to me,
- Allison - i love this name, it doesn't feel dated to me. But I do prefer Alice.
- Carys - very pretty
- Lila - pretty name, but its getting really popular.
- Finley - can't handle it for a girl
- Quinn - surname which i find to be unisex but prefer on a girl, its meh
- Juliette - juliet is marginally better. It seems ultra popular now, but not sure if it actually is being used. I personally don't care for it, i don't like any Jul- names, but i see the appeal and i know it gets a lot of love
- Peyton - really really can't handle this name. so many in my area too, its out of control
- Miranda - love it.
- Melinda - love it.
- Della - i actually like this name a lot, although i am sure people will point out it sounds like a nn, because it is. i think its pretty as a stand alone name
- Caroline - love it.Henry & Edmund
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August 1st, 2013 10:34 PM #9Senior Member
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- Jun 2013
- Eloise: LOVE, beautiful and feminine
- Allison: decent, somewhat dated; I much prefer Alexandra or Alexa
- Carys: absolutely lovely
- Lila: meh
- Finley: i don't like unisex names very much at all; this is one that i could *possibly* handle, though
- Quinn: again I don't like unisex, and this one I definitely don't like at all for a girl (or a boy really)
- Juliette: LOVE this name, but I also prefer the simpler Juliet spelling
- Peyton: dated, again with the unisex thing
- Miranda: magical, i like it, love the nn Mira
- Melinda: don't like the linda; I much prefer Melody for a "Mel" name
- Della: Delaware, della wella (no clue where I got that from)-i don't like it; I do love Adele though (I hate the fact that everyone associates it with the singer)
- Caroline: very adorable, and a solid, no-frills name that is still quite prettyCatherine Zelie | Jude Francis
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