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October 26th, 2013 06:34 AM #21Senior Member
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- Mar 2012
Rosemary & Rosemarie
Francis NN Frank
Not sure whether to count Caroline or slide it towards classic. Would be willing to consider Deborah or Judith classic too but Debbie and Judy are so tied to a '50s image I think of them as middle-aged-but-like-anyhow. Marie I would have thought of as classic but NB says its old and out of style, so middle-aged I guess. If not dustier.
I guess the question could be raised of if these are "middle-aged" or "old" in some cases, but I don't think they're so-old-they're-back in any case.
October 26th, 2013 07:13 AM #23Senior Member
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- Jun 2013
One of my all-time favorite names is Gregory! I don't know why, but it just hits a lot of the right notes for me. It's known, but a little Gregory today probably wouldn't have any others in his class. It has a cool, catchy nickname, but it's also got the popes and saints going for it too. Funny I like Peter, too--maybe I watched too much "Brady Bunch" growing up? If I'm going down that road, Maureen, Susan, Florence, Alice, and Reed are all pretty great too.Current loves:Adelaide | Antonia | Benedetta | Capucine | Charlotte | Dominica | Estelle | Marguerite | Ravenna | Susannah | Viola | WilhelminaAlaric | Anton | Bennett | Boone | Caspian | Francis | Gideon | Judah | Leo | Theodore | Vincent | Winslow