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  1. #6
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    Since my daughter has an A name that would be easy:

    Aglaia
    Alatáriel
    Albinia
    Alcyone
    Aliénore
    Amarantha
    Amoret
    Ancalimë
    Andromeda
    Angharad
    Aradia
    Astarte
    Astraea
    Atalanta
    Athénaïs
    Aurora
    Azenor

    Aeneas
    Alaric
    Algernon
    Alphard
    Ambrose
    Aquila
    Aragorn
    Attila
    Auberon

    But O is appealing:
    Oenone
    Olwen
    Olympia
    Ondine
    Orchil
    Orithyia
    Orseis
    Ostara
    Ourania

    Oberon
    Odin
    Odysseus
    Orion
    Orlando
    Orpheus
    Osiris

    And C, M, T and P...
    My darling Marian Illyria Aphrodite, March 2013 & Little Bunny (a girl!) due 9th of February 2014

  2. #8
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    ~Cara

    Alice, Amélie, Audrey, Cosima, Eleanor, Isadora, Lucie, Lydia, Ophelia, Rose, Scarlett, Stella
    Alistair, Arthur, Casper, Charles, Marius, Nicolas, Oscar, Perceval, Theodore, Victor, Vincent, Xavier

    GPs: Aoife, Artemis, Arwen, Guinevere, Hecate, Iphigenia, Musichetta, Nyx, Olive, Philomena, Wendy, Xanthe, Zenobia / Cecil, Chester, Crispin, Hamish, Lucius, Lysander, Magnus, Seamus

  3. #10
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    I mean I only plan on having 2 or 3, so I could use almost any letter (except maybe X...) But if I did have like 9-10 or something crazy like that I could probably do C E or S and not run out.

    Cael, Calder, Callen, Callum, Casen, Cedar, Cohen, Colby, Cyprus, Caia, Cairo, Callery, Cambria, Catalina, Caroline, Cecelia, Cosette

    Easton, Ellis, Elias, Elijah, Emmett, Everest, Everett, Essex, Ezra, Eliana, Elodie, Ember, Emeline, Emerson, Emery, Embree, Evangeline, Evanna and Eviana

    Salem, Sebastian, Seneca, Severin, Sutton, Syracuse, Seneca, Saskia, Sayuri, Scarlet, Seraphine, Shiloh

  4. #12
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    The Letter: C.

    However, one of the following letters will help start off which middle names my children will hopefully have to continue a maternal tradition. -- R. E. O. & A.

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    c a s p i a n . ● . l i l i a s
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  5. #14
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    Hmm I have some options...

    I tend to most admire matching-initial sibsets where the same initial makes different sounds, as in C or G.

    G: Gillian, Golda, Genevieve, Gwyneira, Gemma / Gideon, Gabriel, Gershon, Gregory - All the boys have hard G's unless I go with George or Geoffrey though? Bah.
    C: Caroline, Clare, Chaya, Chantal, Cecilia, Celeste/ Cassius, Chanan, Cyrus, Carmiel, Cillian - I've got C's that are k, s, sh, and "hhh" sounds here. No true "ch" as in chair though, couldn't think of any.

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