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August 28th, 2013 09:08 AM #11
August 28th, 2013 07:44 PM #13
I consider my style to be Victorian, Georgian, a bit Edwardian, with literary undertones (which sounds very pretentious.) I tend to HATE boys names on girls, or surnames as first names. But after watching an episode of Chopped with a female chef named Finnegan. I would never use it, but I liked it.-Athena
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August 28th, 2013 10:35 PM #15Senior Member
I hope to be a mom one day. For now I enjoy being a name lover.
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- Mar 2013
My apologies for any typos; i post from my mobile phone.
August 28th, 2013 10:50 PM #17Junior Member
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- Jun 2013
Oh my, my style is pretty formal, slightly anglophile, and maybe even bordering on pretentious--I've been told I'm a hipster namer, though I most definitely don't *feel* like a hipster. My daughter is Clementine and my son is Gilbert. Our next one will be Beatrice if a girl and Leonard if a boy. But recently I've been interested in a few girls' names that might go full boar hipster: Boheme, Wisteria, and Plum. I also just ran across Ximena, which I find so very appealing, but it's a little exotic for us, I think.
August 29th, 2013 12:21 AM #19
Violetta : ) With the right pronunciation for this spelling too; (vee-oh-let-uh). But, alas, my sister loves the name Violet and it doesn't fit my criteria for "acceptable" (which is: nothing in FN spot that is completely and recognizably exotic or ethnic, even if I went over-board with Mercedes). Que sera sera : )John Sebastian-Damian Joseph-Luke William-Peter Stephen-Charles Dominic-Blaise Caspian
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