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  1. #1
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    Question Names similar to Imogen

    Hello!
    I really love the idea of the name Imogen, but unfortunately it's been ruined for me by an... acquaintance by the name. I'm looking for names with a similar 'feel' - a little whimsical, feminine, not too popular... does anyone have any suggestions?
    Thanks Berries!
    I'm 19 with a furbaby named Frederick

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  2. #3
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    It's really hard - Imogen is such a beautiful name, and has a pretty unique look/sound. Some with possibly a similar feel:

    Acacia
    Fenella
    Wisteria
    Fiora
    Nerida
    Irissa
    Adalind
    Yasmina
    Eliska
    Junissa
    Pearl
    Eluna
    Tempany
    Aura
    Clover
    Estrella
    Laurel
    Saffron

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    Mom to Isaiah Gabriel, Zachariah Xavier and two precious angel babies.

    Crossing our fingers for a sticky baby soon.

  4. #7
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    Tough (and fun) challenge! Ok, you ask for names that are a little whimsical, feminine, and not overy popular... I'm not sure any of the following are a similar sound to Imogen, but I think of them all as a bit whimsical and feminine:

    Anastasia
    Aurelia
    Avalon
    Aveline
    Beatrix
    Bijou
    Coraline
    Cosima
    Elowen
    Emmeline
    Felicity
    Freya
    Genevieve
    Isadora
    Isolde
    Lavinia
    Lorelei
    Mirabelle
    Paloma
    Seraphina
    Tallulah

    Of this list, I think the ones that come closest to the feel of Imogen are Isolde, Beatrix (or could be Beatrice), Freya (popular in the UK, too...), Elowen, and maybe also Genevieve.

  5. #9
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    Just thought of one more: what about Gemma? I think it fits the bill for whimsical and feminine, has a definite British feel like Imogen, and with the "gem" it sounds a bit like Imogen

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