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  1. #6
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    Sep 2012
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    I love Jeanne! It's a huge guilty pleasure. I don't have the background to use it, but if I did I would. I prefer the french pronunciation.



    Could I have your thoughts in this thread?

    (name) = second middle

    Alaric Matthew | Edmund Leander | Henrik Balthazar
    Aleksander Tadhg | Sebastian Rhys | Peter Malachi | Caspar
    Silas Frédéric| Gideon Arthur | James Nikodem | Giles

    Rowena Isabel | Helen Rosalind | Lydia Primrose
    Freyja Hermione | Gemma Viviane | Beatrix Lyra
    Lilith Seraphine | Adalind Fox | Katarina Ivy



  2. #8
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    Sep 2012
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    Georgina, nn Gigi or Gina is my choice for a Jean name.
    new username @finch

  3. #10
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    Jul 2013
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    I love the name Gina... there is a je nais se quoi about it.
    I also like Georgiana, Georgia, Geneva and Genevieve but not as much as I like Gina
    Last edited by giinkies; September 19th, 2013 at 03:13 AM.

  4. #12
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    Nov 2012
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    I always think of the former Canadian Prime Minister's name Jean. But in French, Jean is a boy's name and is kind of pronounced like John.
    Girls:
    Coraline, November, Lavinia, Elodie, Dorothy, Sybil, Rose, Evelyn, Helena, Ingrid, Margaret, Freya, Lavender, Daphne, Anaïs

    Boys:
    Alaric, Anson, Oscar, Hawthorne, Cormac, Kenneth, Lucian, Nero, Orion, Seamus, Angus, Benjamin, Cain

  5. #14
    I have only known Jean to be a boys name.

    My "godbrother" is Jean-François and his uncle, my god-father, is Jean-Paul. One of his three sons is also Jean-Paul.

    Jean, in French for a boy, is SO much better than Jean, in English. Who would want to share a name with a clothing item (no offense Capri).

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