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  1. #1
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    Strong & Sophisticated

    I am revising my list for the billionth time this year. I feel like I struggle more with girls names. I want something that is strong and sophisticated, but also something that suits every age from newborn to grandmother. I also think that having a positive meaning is important.

    Do you have any suggestions of what could fall into that category?

    Here is what I have come up with:

    Arden
    Blair
    Elizabeth
    Greer/Grier
    Gwen
    Hadley
    Kate
    Lilith- I know the meaning of this isn't as lovely...but I more associate it with Lilith Fair music festival which, in my opinion, is a representation of strength...
    Mae
    Reese
    Reina
    Wren

    I appreciate any opinions and am completely open to new suggestions!
    Name Nerd

    No kids (yet), not even trying... but, I can't help but dream of beautiful (and ever-changing) names for my future children!

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  4. #7
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    The first one that comes to mind is Elizabeth. Obviously, I also think Evelyn and Francine. for my little one who is strong, free and bright.

    Here are a few others that you might like

    Philomena
    Alannah
    Eleanor
    Danielle
    Charlotte
    Michaela
    Josephine
    Angelique
    Samantha
    Gabrielle
    Augustina
    Mama to the Beautiful - Evelyn Francine Alia and the Handsome Isaac Francis Azriel

  5. #9
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    You have Arden on your list, that is on my list, as well as Carden.(garden connection) I like that. Other ideas:
    You have Wren listed, but you could use Florence and Laurence as a fn to get Wren.
    Augusta
    Juniper-nn June, Juni
    Alexandria-nn Zandie, Zandria, Allie, Andie, etc
    Elizabeth-nn Libby, Libba*(love this)-or Betsie, Ella, etc
    Iris
    Hyacinth -nn hattie, anni
    Elspeth
    Gwenyth-as opposed to gwyneth- Gwenyth sounds better to me
    Joelle
    Jodelle
    Lark
    Adrienne
    Sylvia
    Meredith
    Alice
    Annabeth-Annabelle-Jezebelle
    Eva
    Ellis
    Faith

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