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August 15th, 2013 08:15 PM #11Senior Member
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Emmanuelle Cerise 6 I'm sick of all the Em names out there and it doesn't work with your sibset. Plus I can't stand Cerise.
Geneva Scarlet 2 I really like Geneva and Scarlet
Luciana Margaux 4 Not found of either name but they do sound good together
Lilith Sapphira 3 I like Lilith but I think Sapphire sounds better than Sapphira.
Coralie Winter 1 LOVE! Coralie is so pretty and Cora is a great nn plus it sounds good with Winter
Ysobel Ariana 7 Not really sure how to pronounce Ysobel? Plus it looks funny to me.
Salome Mariposa 5 Salome reminds me of Salomi... but I like Mariposa.Just a 14 year old name lover.
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Boys: Theodore, Rocco, Maverick, Brooks, Auden, Ronan, Fabian, Callum and Vaughn
August 15th, 2013 08:23 PM #13Dani mum to Bailey (5) & Liberty (3)
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Kairi Peyton (contemplating 2nd middle name)
Phoenix, Elijah, Zeke, Castiel
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August 15th, 2013 08:38 PM #15Ingrid Genevieve | Evanna Yvaine | Winifred Pearl | Astra Gillian | Hazel Odette
Rose Mireille | Irene Octavia | Andromeda Neve | Phaedra Delphine
Damian Orion | Simon Cornelius | Eleazar Maximus | Gareth Ryan
Raphael Abram | Wendell Alder | Shepherd Phoenix
August 15th, 2013 08:40 PM #17current top names : Jane Carys & Owen Zachary "oz"
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Eva | Gwyneth | Eleanor | Fiona | Vita | Naomi | Thea | Evangeline | Teagan
Milena | Paloma
Benjamin | Asher | Dylan | Griffin| Nolan | Everett | Reid | Drake | Otis | Kieran
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August 16th, 2013 12:15 AM #19Member
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I am not big on the way Ysobel *looks* either, but we are considering it instead of Isobel is because of the spelling of my husband's name -- it is spelled with a Y where traditionally it is spelled with an I. He was one of 7 in his circle of friends and the only one spelled with a y so he actually went by "y" enough that he still answers to it, 10 years later. And we thought it would fit as Cristian doesn't have an h (this is how his romanian namesake spells the name). We would pronounce it the same though, not ee-so-bel. If we choose that we are aware it may need lots of clarification, but Aurelia does too so we are used to it!!