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  1. #16
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    Adelaide- Beautiful!
    Agatha- Very vintage
    Athena- Pretty
    Ambrosia- A little word like to me
    Atalanta- Ehhh, to much like Atlanta
    Araminta-Its nice, I like Eramantha
    Asteria- Its nice enough
    Augusta- Very old fashioned but nice
    Beatrice- I love Bea as a nickname for this one
    Beatrix- Its ok, I like Beatrice more
    Bronwen- Nms but lovely
    Bronte- Very literary!
    Blythe- Nms but very sweet
    Clementine- A little wordy but nice
    Cressida- Nms but has a pretty sound
    Cosima- Nice enough
    Celeste- My aunts name
    Delphine- I know a baby Delphine!
    Dulcie- Ehh, nms
    Edith- Very vintage and old fashioned, pretty!
    Eugenie- Ehhh, seems like a cutsy nickname for Eugene to me
    Elinor- Prefer Eleanor
    Elspeth- Nms but its alright
    Eleonora- Very soft and pretty
    Endelyn/Endellion- Nms but its nice
    Edeline- Nms
    Estelle- I think of Estelle Getty and I LOVE her!
    Florence- One of my faves!!!!
    Fallon- Another of my aunts and a cousin
    Hattie- Its cute
    Honor/Honora- A little wordy for me
    Hermione- I love Harry Potter so I love this one!
    Isolde- A very nice vintage choice
    Iris- A bit much like the flower for me
    India- Ehhh, not a fan of country names
    Jessamine- A very old fashioned choice, pretty
    Juliet-How could someone laugh at Juliet!
    Millicent- Love the nickname Millie on this one!
    Mabel- Its alright
    Martha- Makes me think Martha Stewart but its alright
    Merryn- Nms
    Merewyn/Morwenna- Nms but very old
    Morgana- Ehh, I like Morgan better but still alright
    Marnie- Seems a bit nicknamey
    Marcheline- Its pretty!
    Magdalena- Its alright, a bit long
    Margot- I like it but it looks like Maggot to me
    Nerissa- Its alright
    Nellie- A bit nicknamey
    Nancy- Its alright
    Ophelia- LOVE
    Olympia- A bit much of a place
    Orla/Orlaith- Its nice enough
    Olive- My great-grandmother
    Rosamond- Vintage and pretty (I personally adore Rosalie and Rosalind)
    Rowena- Nms but still nice
    Saffron- Meh, a little wordy and spice like to me but its not awful
    Saskia- Nms honestly
    Seraphina- Very pretty!
    Seren- Nms
    Soraya- Nms
    Saoirse- Love!
    Tatiana- Nms but its nice
    Vivienne- LOVE!
    Vienna- To much like the place but not awful


    I LOVE old fashioned, vintage and uncommon choices! Your list is great, honestly!

  2. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by rmbear View Post
    I can tell by looking at your list that you have excellent taste in names. It's an awesome list. Just don't discuss baby names with them. This is what I have to do...I don't even reveal what names I'm interested in. That's what sites like this are for! Me and my husband never talked baby names during our 3 pregnancies and just announced the names once the baby arrived. We didn't want input and so we never asked for it!

    Keep your beautiful names to yourself and trust that your taste is just better than theirs!
    Thank you! That's so nice of you to say :') I have to admit, I hate my own taste in names sometimes because I know so many of them are unusual. But then again, where I live is a bit like small town Southern USA. Everyone seems to have the same names and the only weird ones where we are are Faithlyn, Bronte (girl), Hadley (girl), Ellis (girl), Trewit (boy), Drummer (boy) and Cordelia. Not exactly weird names. I think in my class, out of 60 kids in grade 8, the weirdest name was Garnet(boy). *le sigh* I'm just afraid that outside of the internet, no one will appreciate/understand my odd style.

  3. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by kala_way View Post
    lol, really? That's funny. If I mentioned the name Seren to my mother she'd probably say, "What? That's so weird. Is that like Saran wrap or searin' meat?"

    (not sure if you have Saran wrap there, it's just plastic wrap for food)
    Haha, ethnic names are always sound funny elsewhere. I think Seren's still quite unusual for most of the rest of the UK to be honest, let alone North America.

    Accents are funny too. I know what Saran wrap is (though we just call it cling film) but Seren and Saran aren't the same with my accent
    William ♠ Thomas ♠ Peter ♠ Henry ~ Rose ♠ Alice ♠ Ivy ♠ Lowenna
    Mowesi ~ Henwyn Kernewek ~ Mebyon

  4. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow101 View Post
    Adelaide- Beautiful!
    Agatha- Very vintage
    Athena- Pretty
    Ambrosia- A little word like to me
    Atalanta- Ehhh, to much like Atlanta
    Araminta-Its nice, I like Eramantha
    Asteria- Its nice enough
    Augusta- Very old fashioned but nice
    Beatrice- I love Bea as a nickname for this one
    Beatrix- Its ok, I like Beatrice more
    Bronwen- Nms but lovely
    Bronte- Very literary!
    Blythe- Nms but very sweet
    Clementine- A little wordy but nice
    Cressida- Nms but has a pretty sound
    Cosima- Nice enough
    Celeste- My aunts name
    Delphine- I know a baby Delphine!
    Dulcie- Ehh, nms
    Edith- Very vintage and old fashioned, pretty!
    Eugenie- Ehhh, seems like a cutsy nickname for Eugene to me
    Elinor- Prefer Eleanor
    Elspeth- Nms but its alright
    Eleonora- Very soft and pretty
    Endelyn/Endellion- Nms but its nice
    Edeline- Nms
    Estelle- I think of Estelle Getty and I LOVE her!
    Florence- One of my faves!!!!
    Fallon- Another of my aunts and a cousin
    Hattie- Its cute
    Honor/Honora- A little wordy for me
    Hermione- I love Harry Potter so I love this one!
    Isolde- A very nice vintage choice
    Iris- A bit much like the flower for me
    India- Ehhh, not a fan of country names
    Jessamine- A very old fashioned choice, pretty
    Juliet-How could someone laugh at Juliet!
    Millicent- Love the nickname Millie on this one!
    Mabel- Its alright
    Martha- Makes me think Martha Stewart but its alright
    Merryn- Nms
    Merewyn/Morwenna- Nms but very old
    Morgana- Ehh, I like Morgan better but still alright
    Marnie- Seems a bit nicknamey
    Marcheline- Its pretty!
    Magdalena- Its alright, a bit long
    Margot- I like it but it looks like Maggot to me
    Nerissa- Its alright
    Nellie- A bit nicknamey
    Nancy- Its alright
    Ophelia- LOVE
    Olympia- A bit much of a place
    Orla/Orlaith- Its nice enough
    Olive- My great-grandmother
    Rosamond- Vintage and pretty (I personally adore Rosalie and Rosalind)
    Rowena- Nms but still nice
    Saffron- Meh, a little wordy and spice like to me but its not awful
    Saskia- Nms honestly
    Seraphina- Very pretty!
    Seren- Nms
    Soraya- Nms
    Saoirse- Love!
    Tatiana- Nms but its nice
    Vivienne- LOVE!
    Vienna- To much like the place but not awful


    I LOVE old fashioned, vintage and uncommon choices! Your list is great, honestly!
    Thank you! In high school, I ended up being 1 of 4 Haley/Hailey/Hayley's and I hated it. I was always 'tall Haley', 'Haley with no I and 1 y", 'blonde Haley'(until I dyed my hair dark), etc. I absolutely loathed that. I've vowed since I was 15 that I'd never give my child a top 100 name unless I was completely in love with it (Florence + Martha are top 100 in England, where I plan on living one day), simply to avoid the labelling like that. I also have a rule, if I know more than 5 people aged 30 or under with that name, I won't use it. (Emma, Lauren, Charlotte, Lucy, Sophie, Katie, Emily, Olivia, Jessica, Katelyn/Kaitlyn/Caitlin/Katelynn/Kaitlin, Ella and Danielle have all been vetoed via this rule). Glad you like my list

  5. #24
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    Quote Originally Posted by charlieandperry1 View Post
    Haha, ethnic names are always sound funny elsewhere. I think Seren's still quite unusual for most of the rest of the UK to be honest, let alone North America.

    Accents are funny too. I know what Saran wrap is (though we just call it cling film) but Seren and Saran aren't the same with my accent
    Actually, I think Seren's just below the top 100 in the UK :-) I know my accent makes a lot of things sound weird. It also depends a bit on how adventurous you are I think ;-)

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