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Thread: Clunky But Cool Names?
November 24th, 2013 11:59 AM #1
Clunky But Cool Names?
I think it's safe to say I love the clunkier girls names (Agnes, Maude, Dorothy, etc), but I'm not sure what everyone else views as being 'clunky but cool' or 'so far out, it's in' when it comes to old fashioned girls' names. Feel free to share your ideas&opinions - I'm very curious to see what you all class as 'so far out, it's in' when it comes to girls names :-)I've been staring at the hotel ceiling,
Drinking everything I've found this evening,
Trying to hold on to the sweetest feeling,
So I'll never let you go, don't you leave me lonely.
November 24th, 2013 12:06 PM #3
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November 24th, 2013 12:25 PM #5Senior Member
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Benjamin * Sebastian * Ezra * Edmund * Henry * Hugo * Cormac * Andrew * Winston * Levi * Zev * Theodore
Arabella * Aviva * Ariella * Maeve * Matilda * Eleanor * Catherine * Charlotte * Beatrice
November 24th, 2013 12:53 PM #7
Usable Clunky Names (in my opinion! )
So Far Out They May Be Always Out
Blanche - sounds good only in FrenchAll the best,
November 24th, 2013 01:15 PM #9Senior Member
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I share your love of old lady names or so clunky they are cool names.
I group them into a few categories:
THE ONES I LOVE, PERIOD, AND WOULD NAME MY CHILD:
THE ONES I APPRECIATE, BUT WOULD NOT NAME MY CHILD:
THE ONES I CONSIDER INTERESTING BUT TRULY UGLY:
Eu- beginning names (eugenics association)
Dorolyne (actually knew a woman named this!)
I find I am sick of flyway names -- misspelled - light as air -- insubstantial -- fluffy. Not good solid names like Dolly and Bonnie and Anne and Tess, but names that sound like cheesy romance novel heroines.
Now, give me a novel with a Mabel, Agatha, and Eluned, and I'm on it!