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  1. #66
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    Mother to miss Mila Arden and her brand new brother, Cato Bennett

  2. #68
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    Nov 2012
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    I don't get how people are still naming their babies Sophia Grace. That has to be the most freaking popular combo. Like Samantha Marie was when I was growing up. How boooooring. Names should be a unique identifying quality. If I hear another Sophia Grace, I'll bash my head on the wall. I also don't get Peyton on a girl. It doesn't even sound nice. Blah.

    On name berry, I don't understand a lot of your names! Ophelia is one. It makes me think of pedophilia. You only have to add 3 letters. Ped-Ophelia. Yuck. I also don't like the feel-ya part in it. I do love Odelia as a substitute.

    I also don't understand Oscar or Atticus or Eugene. They seem too hipster-y for me anyways.
    Girls:
    Brenna, Coraline, Cordelia, Elodie, Francesca, Gianna, Helena, Ingrid, Margaret, Marilyn

    Boys:
    Alaric, Griffon, Ivan, Joesph, Kenneth, Lucian, Nero, Orion, Phillip, Samson

  3. #70
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    Nov 2012
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    There's a Greenlandic girls name, Arnatsiaq, which means "little woman" (or something like that) in Kalaallisut and in theory that is really sweet ... only, if you mispronounce it (which is very easy to do), it changes meaning from "little woman" to "little shit" which isn't the most flattering nickname one can get. Why people are still naming their children that is beyond me.
    Zelia/Elja • Nineteen • Name and history nerd from an early age • I have a blog.
    Trying hard to export beautiful old Danish names, magical Danish nature names and exotic Greenlandic names.
    Current favourite combinations: Henry Ásgeirr Edmund • Amaury Charles Fyodor • Alexander Adelin Lórien
    Cosima Ingrid Zenobia • Matilda Ivalo Galadriel • Gaia Margaret Undómiel

  4. #72
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    Dec 2011
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    I used to didn't get Imogen, but after I know the meaning, I can see the appeal.

    Right now, I don't get Sloane (Sloppy Sloane), Margot (Maggot?), Briar, Greer, Mazarine (Margarine?), etc. Also Beatrice (I know, I know.. She's a nb darling) and Penelope (I guess Penelope is actually pretty, I just dislike the nn Penny).
    Call me Cynthia, Angie, or Luna.
    21 years old name nerd. Finally done with uni.

    Clemency | Clementine | Juliette | Helena | Isabelle | Annabelle | Evangeline | Seraphina | Rosalind | Violetta
    Vanessa | Audrey | Ariadne | Callista | Belphoebe | Bellatrix | Lyra | Valencia | Valentina | Laetitia | Cytherea
    Gavriel | Hermes | Flynn | James | Orion | Alexander | Caspian | Peregrine | Marius | Altair
    Callum | Cadmus | Jason | Perseus | Theseus | Oliver | Éomund | Luca | Amias

  5. #74
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    Feb 2013
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    Sloane, Daphne, Evangeline, Melissa, Clementine, Maud, Ambel, Ophelia, Natalie, Olga, Harriet, Michaela, Cecilia, Hermione, Jillian, Edith, Lavender, Delphine, Margot, Olive, Arabella, Barbara, Slyvia, Betsy, Genevieve, Penelope and any names that don't have the original spelling.

    Theodore, Ignatius, Abraham, Camden, Dashiell, Elijah, Hugh, Angelo, Peregrine, Julian, Cyrus, Phineas, Spencer, Lorenzo, Horace, Truman, Orion, Hamish, Atticus. I think I will have to stop there, I don't get a lot of names.
    Last edited by cannebella; September 29th, 2013 at 07:09 AM.

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