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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by iamamiam View Post
    Arwen was my favorite at one time, but it always polls surprisingly badly outside NB. It seems to be quite polarizing...people either love it or hate it. I guess it sounds masculine to some people.
    I can see that. Arlen is a lot more common. I know an old man named Arlen and I've never heard of an Arwen outside of LOTR and NB.
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  2. #18
    I adore all of them! I think they're all absolutely lovely and very wearable.
    G: Sawyer, Clementine, Evangeline, Natalie, Hazel, Saiorse, Stella, Wren (Birdie), Bianca, Melody, Roux, Olive, India Scout, Minerva, Delilah, Daisy, Darcy, Clio, Junia, Pfeifer, Kate, Mary Claire, Violet, Fiona, Ella, Poppy
    B: Balthasar, Basil, Ezekiel, Reuben, Sebastian, Finnian, Eric, Dean, Wallace (Wally), Zephyr, Cecil, Lysander, Schuyler, Nico
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  3. #20
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    I adore your style!
    Given that Welsh names with the -wen ending are trendy right now, Arwen is fine. Luna is also fairly popular.
    As for Andromeda and Perseus, I know so many children named Persephone right now, I can't help but think that neither are too far out when all of them have a very Greek mythological vibe. Personally, I find Andromeda to me much prettier than Persephone anyway.
    Amedeo Enjolras Aristotle Leonardo Archer Olivier Mischa Liam Caspian Benedict Theodore Fitzwilliam
    Rosalie Evangeline Mirabelle Ophelia Alice Elisabeth Stella Titania Artemis Cicely Margarethe Thalia Astrid

  4. #22
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    Iamamiam - I agree that people do find it masculine, I never thought of it until I mentioned it to my sister who told me she'll just call her Arnie

    Sohluella - Thank you!

    Bibliophile - Thank you for your comment! I've never heard of Luna outside of NB, so I thought it must've been popular just here. And I do know a lot of Persephone's as well, just not Perseus nor Andromeda.
    Possible Names:

    Liam Ezra Aoife Roisin Fionn Mordecai Clara Rosemary Leo Benedict Eloise Clodagh

    Lysander * Hyperion * Oliver * Roderick * Seamus * Niall * Edmund * Draco * Tadhg
    Lilyanna * Lux * Saoirse * Helena * Emma * Luna * Ellie * Ava * Arurora

  5. #24
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    I think Luna is the most 'normal'. I like Arwen too, though I did used to think it rather masculine, it has grown on me. Andromeda is the 'weirdest' in my opinion and I'm not a personal fan. I do like Perseus, mostly because it has Percy as a nn.
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