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September 6th, 2013 03:01 PM #11
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September 6th, 2013 04:44 PM #15
September 6th, 2013 04:46 PM #17
I was watching a documentary about the Scopes trial and thought about how awesome it would be to use this. But we live in the South now and it might rub people the wrong way if they figure out that it is a subversive deist/agnostic, reason/science nod. At least it's more subtle than Darwin and sounds better, imo.
September 6th, 2013 07:09 PM #19Senior Member
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Lilou-just too frilly and floppy for most people to take it seriously in the USA.
Karthiyayini -A sanskrit name that DH and I love but can barely pronounce much less spell, let alone asking for others to
Aryan- a boy's name in DH's native country that we loved long before Ariana and Aria stormed the trendy name scene.
Galadriel, the White Queen, a favorite since I was a little girl.
Vaishali-emphasis on the 2nd syllable so it's said vai-SHA-li, too complex for Americans
Vistarini-also emphasized on 2nd syllable vi-STAR-ini, way too complex for Americans. if prnonced like an italian would say it, it sounds ridiculous (vista-rini).
Tinuviel-what a cute name, again way too out there to take seriously
I personally think Luna, Ophelia, and Psyche are also way too out there or obviously have connotations, for American kids to not make fun of.