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    Fine Line Between Adorable and Weird

    I often study the England + Wales top 1000 lists to compile lists of my favourites, and I have come across some very odd names LOL. I like some, but I'm not sure if they're adorable or weird? What do you think? BTW these are ALL girls names.

    Beau - #169
    Frankie - #173
    Zuzanna - #185
    Skyla - #198
    Georgie - #202
    Esmae - #274
    Jorgie - #281
    Alicja - #292
    Sapphire - #362
    Tulisa - #375
    Tayla - #390
    Lilah - #397
    Ameera - #423
    Myah - #440
    Jorja - #443
    Kacie - #465
    Princess - #465
    Saffron - #468
    Alba - #483
    Frances - #493
    Blossom - #503
    Coco - #514
    Harley - #519
    Precious - #536
    Arissa - #614
    Ocean - #635
    Chanel - #639
    Harlow - #647
    Stevie - #663
    Indiana - #679
    Dolcie - #731
    Meadow - #738
    Emmanuella - #779 (Actual spelling)
    Mylee - #789
    Shayla - #789
    Aleesha - #801
    Wren - #812
    Mariyah - #844
    Remi - #902
    Romy - #902
    Emeli - #916 (after Emeli Sande)
    Mazie - #934
    Peggy - #934
    Divine - #975
    Maariyah - #998
    Ronnie - #998

    the numbers beside them are their rankings in 2012.
    eighteen, no babies yet, but thinking about;

    ~Tillie, Myrtle, Bessie, Millie, Minnie, Louisa, Amelie, Elsie, Ethel, Florence, Doris, Nellie
    Agatha, Mildred, Lillian, Eleanor, Florrie, Betsy, Violet, Esme, Daisy, Poppy, Martha, Beatrice~


    ~Neville, Matthew, Richard, Ernest, Alfie, Thomas, Walter, Louis, Christopher, Henry, Harry
    James, Albert, Joshua, Percy, Freddie, Andrew, George, Kit, Edward, Mark, Kieran, Emery, Tristan~

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    I have a friend name Mariyah and I think that is the muslim version of Mary (I may be wrong but it is something along those lines)...
    I also know an Ameera of Indian descent
    Beau as a girl name?
    Esmée (original female spelling) is in the 200s in popularity so it makes sense the english spelling of Esmae would be there. Esmée is a really popular name in other parts of Europe.

    Seeing Princess on the list makes me more empathetic to the British supermodel Jordan naming her daughter Princess... I still think many bad things about this name, but at least it is a common name in her country. I think Precious is along the same lines as Princess for me.
    Blossom also deserves honorable mention as I do still think of the Powerpuff Girl.

    I've also met an Ocean before
    Last edited by giinkies; April 10th, 2014 at 01:56 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by giinkies View Post
    I have a friend name Mariyah and I think that is the muslim version of Mary (I may be wrong but it is something along those lines)...
    I also know an Ameera of Indian descent
    Beau as a girl name?
    Esmée (original female spelling) is in the 200s in popularity so it makes sense the english spelling of Esmae would be there. Esmée is a really popular name in other parts of Europe.

    Seeing Princess on the list makes me more empathetic to the British supermodel Jordan naming her daughter Princess... I still think many bad things about this name, but at least it is a common name in her country. I think Precious is along the same lines as Princess for me.
    Blossom also deserves honorable mention as I do still think of the Powerpuff Girl.

    I've also met an Ocean before
    Beau is actually more common for girls than boys there! I actually want to give the members of the Pink Beau team a lesson in French so they realise they're naming their daughter a man's name, and the name they're searching for is Belle. I'm torn on Blossom, I want to love it, but can't. Oceana or Oceane or Oceania I like, Ocean I don't. It's also so hard to tell if they're kreeativ spellings or actual cultural ones tbh!
    eighteen, no babies yet, but thinking about;

    ~Tillie, Myrtle, Bessie, Millie, Minnie, Louisa, Amelie, Elsie, Ethel, Florence, Doris, Nellie
    Agatha, Mildred, Lillian, Eleanor, Florrie, Betsy, Violet, Esme, Daisy, Poppy, Martha, Beatrice~


    ~Neville, Matthew, Richard, Ernest, Alfie, Thomas, Walter, Louis, Christopher, Henry, Harry
    James, Albert, Joshua, Percy, Freddie, Andrew, George, Kit, Edward, Mark, Kieran, Emery, Tristan~

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawsonhaley View Post
    Beau is actually more common for girls than boys there! I actually want to give the members of the Pink Beau team a lesson in French so they realise they're naming their daughter a man's name, and the name they're searching for is Belle. I'm torn on Blossom, I want to love it, but can't. Oceana or Oceane or Oceania I like, Ocean I don't. It's also so hard to tell if they're kreeativ spellings or actual cultural ones tbh!
    I hear you on that one... I love the name Beau but for a boy. I totally agree that they are looking for Belle.

    I googled Mariyah and it is the name of the concubine of a muslim prophet.

    Divine doesn't bother me that much as it reminds me of Destiny which is a fairly common enough name (Destiny is even Miley Cyrus' birth name).

    Blossom I really could support as a middle name. I heard some weird names growing up (like Qu'3zi@h... a creative spelling of Kezia) and honestly what mattered to me more is how well the person wore the name. I think Blossom is miles ahead of Princess and Precious, it at least relates to a flower. They also apparently had a sitcom in the 90s where the title character was names Blossom. Everyone has that one name they love but are not sure if it would play off on a real child.
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    Quote Originally Posted by giinkies View Post
    I hear you on that one... I love the name Beau but for a boy. I totally agree that they are looking for Belle.

    I googled Mariyah and it is the name of the concubine of a muslim prophet.

    Divine doesn't bother me that much as it reminds me of Destiny which is a fairly common enough name (Destiny is even Miley Cyrus' birth name).

    Blossom I really could support as a middle name. I heard some weird names growing up (like Qu'eziah... a creative spelling of Kezia) and honestly what mattered to me more is how well the person wore the name. I think Blossom is miles ahead of Princess and Precious, it at least relates to a flower. They also apparently had a sitcom in the 90s where the title character was names Blossom. Everyone has that one name they love but are not sure if it would play off on a real child.
    Divine I think I'm slightly ok with because I know a Daveena (although I don't like her...). I sadly can't use Beau, as my cousin took it about 23 years ago for her son, and....long story short, he's not someone you'd want your son sharing a name with. Blossom is like Snowdrop or Bluebell for me. Not an excellent first name choice, but a gorgeous, cute, and wonderful nickname!

    Precious and Princess though....entirely different story. To me, that'd be like naming your child Tripp or Fall. (Yes, I know a girl who was named Autumn, then somewhere her name became legally changed to Fall)
    eighteen, no babies yet, but thinking about;

    ~Tillie, Myrtle, Bessie, Millie, Minnie, Louisa, Amelie, Elsie, Ethel, Florence, Doris, Nellie
    Agatha, Mildred, Lillian, Eleanor, Florrie, Betsy, Violet, Esme, Daisy, Poppy, Martha, Beatrice~


    ~Neville, Matthew, Richard, Ernest, Alfie, Thomas, Walter, Louis, Christopher, Henry, Harry
    James, Albert, Joshua, Percy, Freddie, Andrew, George, Kit, Edward, Mark, Kieran, Emery, Tristan~

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