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Thread: Waverly Indigo Blythe
October 22nd, 2013 04:08 PM #16
Technically, all of these names are unisex. If you didn't have this thread in the "Girl Baby Names" forum, I wouldn't have known for sure that it was a combo for a female since you haven't stated the gender in your original post. It's a little too unisex for my comfort level. It's quite genderless which isn't my cup of tea. You seem to be getting positive reactions so I seem to be of the minority opinion here.All the best,
October 22nd, 2013 07:56 PM #18~ Larissa
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October 22nd, 2013 08:31 PM #20I like distinct, memorable, exotic and preferably non-popular names. The kids with unique names wore them so well when I was younger and never got lost in the crowd.
October 22nd, 2013 09:48 PM #22
I have a really hard time with Waverly on a girl. The only Waverly I know is 6'4" and has a beard.
Win from Waverly Indigo isn't too much of a stretch, but Wynne is. I like Indie. The entire name itself is rather androgynous, and it's a strange mix of styles even if it does technically have good flow.♂ | Samuel ◊ Edward ◊ George ◊ Silas ◊ Arthur ◊ Ezra ◊ Freeman ◊ Dean ◊ Tobias ◊ Jasper
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October 22nd, 2013 09:55 PM #24Senior Member
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1. Potential nicknames Wynne or Indie. Too much of a stretch? I love Indie and Wynne. I also like the suggestion of Wave or Wavie. Cute!
2. Does it sound beachy/ocean-y? It does I think. It has that cool, beachy, hippie vibe.
3. Too "out there"? I normally don't worry about this, but all thre names are less than common. The names are uncommon but familiar. All really lovely names.
4. Flow okay? I think it flows really beautifully actually. The 3-3-1 set up is nice.
Waverly Indigo Blythe is a beautiful name