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  1. #6
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    Maybe for a book character (think of Day--a girl's name-- from Legend), but not on a real person.
    Raevyn, a teenberry.
    [I will include GPs in my replies without saying so, especially in the Games forum.
    Marina, Kate, Audrey, Blossom. Talia, Monica, Ann, Lileas, Margaret, Astoria, Claudia, Beatrice, Phaedra

    Finn, Cecil, Cove, Peregrine, Calix, Remus, Will, Atticus, Clarence, Jonas, Peter, Basil, Alistair

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    It's fine as a middle name. Lucas is great--very strong.

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    Never considered Autumn for a boy but I don't see why not. Lucas Autumn sounds great

    Shea * Jade * Azure * Fox * Greer * Blaise
    Lotus * Tallulah * Noor * Jasper * Linden * Arden

  4. #12
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    I think it could work, though I personally would use it for a mn, a friend of mine has a cat called Autumn nn Tomb or Tombie
    Coraline "Corey", Georgiana "Georgie", Cecilia "Cici", Guinevere "Gwen", Aili

    Darcy, Vaughn, Leif, Heath, Huxley, Kenneth, Cormac

  5. #14
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    It definitely sounds more fresh on a boy. The teasing thing has more to do with the actual child than his or her name. While playing with my daughter on the playground I hear kids with perfectly normal names get called terrible nick names. Heck, I was "Dan the man" as a kid (Danielle) due to a particularly short haircut.

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