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August 14th, 2013 10:28 PM #36Simon, Eloise/Louise, Faye, Judah, Thea, Felix, Iris, Cordelia, Roscoe, Lydia, Jasper, Phaedra, Adrian, Lucinda, Jane, Conrad, Wallace, Finnegan, Sylvie, Charlie, Dashiell, Juniper, Atlas, Matilda, Julian, Alice, Marlowe, Octavia, Jack, Marigold, Archer, Gabriel, Persephone, Raphael, Dov
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August 15th, 2013 05:00 PM #38
So, names like Nevaeh are absolutely not conservative. Names like Elizabeth and Nathaniel are very conservative.
The definition of liberal is "Open to new behavior or opinions and willing to discard traditional values," which doesn't make names like Nevaeh fall into that category, but it certainly would fit better there than in conservative.
Maybe a fake conservative? haha is there such a thing?
Not meaning to be rude at all, just pointing out the facts
August 15th, 2013 05:33 PM #40Senior Member
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If this is true, everyone on Nameberry should probably be liberal. No offense. I consider myself an independent, and I think my names are sort of a mix of conservative and liberal styles. Like Eustace, for instance. It's both soft and hard at the same time. The "eus" at the beginning is quite liberal, but the hard "t" adds a bit of conservatism. The one thing I don't like about this idea though, is that it polarizes the two parties and reinforces a lot of bad political stereotypes. My family is full of die-hard Republicans, and their names range from Alayna to Roger. This may be true for the overall population, but I think there are plenty of exceptions.Previous account: elrock13