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  1. #36
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    a) Eleanora
    b) Rosamund
    c) Isobel
    d) Emilia
    e) Merewen
    f) Bronwen
    g) Melisande
    h) Annabel
    i) Juliette
    j) Annaliese
    k) Colette
    Ingrid | Kit | Susanna | Alistair

  2. #38
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  3. #40
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    a) Eleanora
    b) Rosamund
    c) Isobel
    d) Emilia
    e) Merewen
    f) Bronwen
    g) Melisande
    h) Annabel
    i) Juliet
    j) I prefer Anneliese
    k) Colette

  4. #42
    elegant out of the sets?

    a) Eleanora
    b) Rosamund
    c) Isobel
    d) Emelia
    e) Merewyn
    f) Bronwyn
    g) Millicent
    h) Annabelle
    i) Juliette
    j) Annalise
    k) Colette
    "Jeannette" (my beloved Gram's name)

    I'm a name-o-phile and mama to three awesome kiddos

    Wesley Eugene, Dexter Charles and Beatrix Esther

    Current Crushes: Cordeila, Mavis, Cedric, Frederick, Mercer

  5. #44
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    a) Eleanora/Eleonora - Eleanora. But Leonora if you leave off the E. And Lenore if you leave off the A.
    b) Rosamund/Rosamond - Rosamund. Like Edmund, it seems classier with the U.
    c) Isobel/Isabel/Isabelle - Isobel. The -belle spelling is too fussy. I think the O makes it more interesting visually.
    d) Emelia/Emilia - Emilia
    e) Merewyn/Merewen - Merewen. I dolike the look of the Y in these names, but in Welsh the -wyn spelling makes it masculine.
    f) Bronwen/Bronwyn - Bronwen. See above.
    g) Millicent/Melisande - Melisande. Millicent sounds like a villain.
    h) Annabel/Annabelle - Annabel. The -belle spelling is too frilly.
    i) Juliet/Juliette - Juliet
    j) Annaliese/Annalise - Annaliese
    k) Collette/Colette - Colette
    Mommy to...Maura Lucille

    I had a baby today, I would name him/her...
    Patrick Donley or Brigid ???

    BOYS: Seamus Arthur or Niall/Neil/Neal James
    GIRLS: ???

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