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  1. #6
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Posts
    3,054
    artistic: AZELIE & SKY
    offbeat: MARGO & MAGNUS
    dated: BEVERLY & RICHARD
    controversial: INDIA & COHEN
    classic: HANNAH & NICHOLAS
    fantasy: EVOLET & FINNICK
    literature: VALENTINE & ATTICUS
    childish: LILOU & TOLLY
    serious: RAMONA & EDWARD
    feminine (even boys names that feel feminine): JULIET & ESMONDE
    masculine (even the girls names that feel masculine): PERSIS & JAMES
    romantic: EVANGELINE & LEOPOLD
    clunky: AGNES & RUTHERFORD
    geeky: BEATRICE & DEXTER
    hipster: HAZEL & AUGUST
    stylish: CHARLOTTE & ROMAN
    spunky: IVY & MAX
    boy/girl-next-door: ANNA & SAMUEL
    ethereal: ELOWEN & ASA
    pretty: ELOISE & CHARLES
    strong: CLIO & VICTOR
    frilly: ARAMINTA & ETIENNE
    down-to-earth: MAURA & PETER
    Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns. ~George Eliot

  2. #8
    Join Date
    Jul 2012
    Location
    Northern Virginia/DC metro area
    Posts
    2,554
    artistic: Luna and Oscar
    offbeat: Opal and Jasper
    dated: Jennifer and Carl
    controversial: India and Cohen
    classic: Anna and Edward
    fantasy: Arya and Alaric
    literature: Cordelia and Huckleberry
    childish: Lulu and Iggy
    serious: Agnes and Rupert
    feminine (even boys names that feel feminine): Arabella and Isidore
    masculine (even the girls names that feel masculine): Greer and Jesse
    romantic: Lavinia and Edmund
    clunky: Minerva and Thaddeus
    geeky: Hermione and Alfred
    hipster: Ruby and Memphis
    stylish: Esmé and Felix
    spunky: Cleo and Jem
    boy/girl-next-door: Emma and William
    ethereal: Aurelia and Amias
    pretty: Christabel and Lucas
    strong: Tess and Leo
    frilly: Lucille and Maximilian
    down-to-earth: Marin and James
    Gwen
    College student, bookworm, terrible influence.
    Owner of a cat: Minerva "Minnie"


    Current favorites:
    Belphoebe Cosima Sybella Ailsa Celia
    Prosper Finn August Malcolm Zephyr

  3. #10
    artistic: Pablo and Painter
    offbeat: Fritz and Bex
    dated: Michael and Jessica
    controversial: Cohen and Jemima
    classic: John and Elizabeth
    fantasy: Gawain and Undomiel
    literature: Marius and Josephine
    childish: Dax and Daisy
    serious: Edgar and Frieda
    feminine (even boys names that feel feminine): Andrea and Arabella
    masculine (even the girls names that feel masculine): Lorcan and Sigrid
    romantic: Orlando and Francesca
    clunky: Oscar and Agnes
    geeky: Link and Zora
    hipster: Milo and Willa
    stylish: Alexander and Dree
    spunky: Otto and Ruby
    boy/girl-next-door: Sam and Mia
    ethereal: Oberon and Siofra
    pretty: Francis and Rose
    strong: Gregor and Bathild
    frilly: Ambrose and Theodosia
    down-to-earth: Max and Jane

    Adele, Margot, Elsa & Henry, Felix, Oscar

  4. #12
    artistic: Georgia & Elliott
    offbeat: Clementine & Barnaby
    dated: Pamela & Ronald
    controversial: India & Cohen
    classic: Katherine & George
    fantasy: Arwen &
    literature: Alice & Peter
    childish: Apple & Sailor
    serious: Octavia & Dashiell
    feminine (even boys names that feel feminine): Felicity & Jasper
    masculine (even the girls names that feel masculine): Augusta & Conrad
    romantic: Rosalind & Tristan
    clunky: Agatha & Cornelius
    geeky: Hester & Norman
    hipster: Tallulah & Arlo
    stylish: Madeleine & Oliver
    spunky: Lucy & Gus
    boy/girl-next-door: Lily & Connor
    ethereal: Delphine & Caspian
    pretty: Violet & Louis
    strong: Helen & James
    frilly: Aria & Giovanni
    down-to-earth: Natalie & Samuel
    Alice, Cecilia, Cora, Eve, Georgia, Iris, Johanna, Phoebe, Rose, Sylvie, Tess, Violet
    Calvin, Dexter, Felix, Graham, Hugo, Leo, Louis, Miles, Oscar, Paul, Simon, Walter

  5. #14
    Join Date
    Dec 2011
    Posts
    168
    artistic: Schuyler & Kaya
    offbeat: Xeno & Raisa
    dated: Kenneth & Jennifer
    controversial: Messiah & Lolita
    classic: William & Elizabeth
    fantasy: Taliesin & Twyla
    literature: Charles & Jane
    childish: Ollie & Mandy
    serious: Bertram & Margaret
    feminine (even boys names that feel feminine): Idris & Aurora
    masculine (even the girls names that feel masculine): Roch & Sloane
    romantic: Florian & Juliet
    clunky: Tristram & Ingrid
    geeky: George & Janice
    hipster: Sage & Fable
    stylish: Milan & Paloma
    spunky: Asa & Zia
    boy/girl-next-door: Sam & Kate
    ethereal: Gabriel & Aurelia
    pretty: Julian & Delphine
    strong: Richard & Rosamund
    frilly: Donatello & Alexandrine
    down-to-earth: Townes & Willa

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