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  1. #11
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    I dont think they are overly matchy, i think Harold and Hazel sound fine together. I like Margot too though!


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  2. #13
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    Shame that Margot is off the list it is my name and it is a very wearable and strong name.
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  3. #15
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    Hazel and Harold aren't that bad in my opinion. Except for the first two letters, they're nothing alike. And although I'm not a fan of Hazel, Hazel Lillian is actually really cute.
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  4. #17
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    Harold/Hal and Hazel are annoyingly matchy to me.

    Not only that, but Hazel Lillian is really floral/nature sounding. Too much for me.

    I like Margot Lillian.

  5. #19
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    I love Hazel - my daughter was so close to being one! - and I really don't think Hazel & Hal are a problem together. Hazel & Harold are lovely, strong names. (& for the record, we ended up naming our daughter Margot Beatrice!! I have never felt so qualified to comment on a post :-)

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