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Thread: Starla

  1. #6
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    I think it has a bit of charm, but it doesn't have the same weight as Stella. Starla is more along the lines of an Ayla or a Kyla maybe, but not as 2013. It's a cutesy, girly name without a whole lot of history or professionalism. I still like it though. I like it more than the 2013 equivalents, really. I guess for me it fits with- Darla, Shana/Shayna, Leila.

  2. #8
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    Definitely prefer Stella. Starla feels incredibly dated.
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  3. #10
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    I really dislike Starla. Definitely feels too stripper-y for me.

  4. #12
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    I like it. Not a favorite, but it's ok.
    Ian Alexander Cameron Blaise Damien Cole Axel Sean Callum Bryce Lennox Beau
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  5. #14
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    I think it's nice. When I see other names being used right now that are either too popular or there are too many of them, Starla feels like a very welcome change.
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