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  1. #31
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    Tristan Gilbert°Robin Amaury°Leon Percival°Edmund Theoderic°Finn Beowulf°Magnus Oberon°Thorin Elliot°Edric Maximilian°Emil Orlando
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  2. #33
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    a) Eleanora/Eleonora-Both are fine
    b) Rosamund
    c) Isabel
    d) Emelia
    e) Merewen
    f) Bronwen-Bronwyn is the male spelling
    g) Millicent/Melisande-both
    h) Annabel
    i) Juliet
    j) Annalise
    k) Colette

  3. #35
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    a) Eleanora
    b) Rosamund
    c) Isobel
    d) Emilia
    e) Merewyn
    f) Bronwyn
    g) Millicent
    h) Annabel
    i) Juliet
    j) Annaliese
    k)Colette
    My future ladies:
    Lý, Matilda, Lydia, Píl, Elsa, Anja, Lovisa, Flykra, Annalisa, Elisabeth & Ró

    My future gentlemen:
    Ravnur, Oskar, Ùlvur & Linus


  4. #37
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    1 - I say Eleanora like el-uh-NOR-ruh, and Eleonora like el-AY-oh-nor-ruh. I prefer Eleanora though.

    2 - Rosamund

    3 - Isobel

    4 - Emilia

    5 - Merewen

    6 - Bronwen

    7 - I pronounce these differently too.. But I prefer Melisande and think it looks more elegant

    8 - Annabel

    9 - Juliette

    10 - Annaliese

    11 - Colette
    Alice. Marian. Juno. Branwen. Helena. Polly. Ophelia. Rosalind. Cosima. Matilda. Edith. Anna. Claudia. Frances.
    Arthur. Henry. Caspian. Stanley. Justice. Dexter. Edmund. Thomas. Nathaniel. Forest. Oscar. Lucian. Peter.

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  5. #39
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    a) Eleonora
    b) Rosamond
    c) Isobel
    d) Emilia
    e) Merewen
    f) Bronwen
    g) Melisande
    h) Annabel
    i) Juliet
    j) Annaliese
    k) Colette

    In general, I would say the simpler the spelling, the more classic the name appears.

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