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  1. #6
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    Never heard about this one. It's kinda mouthful for me, but I can see the appeal.
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    St. Ethelreda was also known as Audrey. I prefer Audrey Haven as a combo as it's not so jarring. Ethelreda Haven looks and sounds odd because the names are such a mismatch - one ancient, clunky Anglo-Saxon name with a trendy word name. Your combo has a 180' degree difference in styles so it just doesn't gel for me.
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  3. #10
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    I think Ethelreda is too much for me. Just Ethel would be daring enough and much more wearable in my opinion.

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    I agree with @nono.
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  5. #14
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    Reminds me of Esmeralda, which I prefer

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