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  1. #1

    Is Tabitha Abigail too much?

    Good combo, or too wordy?

  2. #3
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    It's a whole lot of name and doesn't flow too well. I don't think they go well together.
    Considering Beatrix Illyria or Beatrice Illyria...





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  3. #5
    Yes, the two "ab" sounds are too much together. The fact that both of them are three syllables and both have the stress on the first syllable also contributes.

  4. #7
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    It is a bit of a mouthful. I find myself needing to stop in between the names, instead of flowing from the first name to the middle name.

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  5. #9
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    I love both names, and there's far worse out there, but the flow is not so great. 3-3 is usually hard with any names, and the repeated AB is a bit much.


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