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November 12th, 2013 06:28 PM #1
Delightfully Refreshing, or Beyond All Levels of Weird?"While some of the brightest of our celestial bodies are actually extinct now, their energy long since cooled; miraculously, because they float in the heavens so far away from us now, their beautiful light will continue to shine on us forever, and the glow will be so bright, it'll warm your heart, it'll make your eyes glisten, and it'll make you think to yourselves; what a concept"
November 12th, 2013 06:39 PM #3Senior Member
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November 12th, 2013 06:41 PM #5
Euphemia (you-feem-ee-yah) - A wonderfully lush name of a saint. Effie and Eppie are great nn's too.
Amaryllis - better in the middle spot
Ffion (fee-on) - I like this one. I never used to like Fiona either but both have grown on me.
Arianwen - it's pretty but it has the troublesome "arian/aryan" in front
Guinevere - this is lovely and I love Genevieve as well
Eulalia (you-lay-lee-ah) - another wonderful saint's name. I do slightly prefer the French version Eulalie
Maribel - I prefer Marigold but this is pretty too.
Lowenna - this is popular in England especially Cornwall. It has a soft sound.
Constance - an underused gem
Amity - just makes me think of the film "Amityville Horror"All the best,
November 12th, 2013 06:42 PM #7
I like some of these names and think they’re fun but some I have some concerns about.
I particularly enjoy (in no particular order): Guinevere (though not really out there for a berry), Eulalia, & Amaryllis.
I am a little concerned about: Euphemia (it’s too close to euphemism for me) and Lowenna (mostly because when I say the name there is a lot of emphasis on the LOW sound. which I find undesirable.)MAJOR CONSTRUCTION ZONE
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November 12th, 2013 06:43 PM #9Senior Member
Always changing...Alberta Olwen - Sigrid Ylva - Edwina Hester - Ragna Fae - Abelone FridaRagnar - Sergius - Eideard - Fergus - Edgar - Severin/Severus - Gregor - Reuben
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