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  1. #6
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  2. #8
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    First thought was Godiva, which has been mentioned.
    Rixende
    Garsinde
    Gretchen
    Theria
    Ovidia
    Octavia
    Clarissent
    Alida
    Perdita
    Caspera
    Cressida
    Odile
    Wilda
    Awilda
    Pernilla
    Ottilie
    Melinda
    Camilla
    Quenilda
    Serilda
    Swanilda
    Thorilda
    Godelieva
    Merilda
    Gregoria
    Melisant
    Clarimond
    Phillipa
    Ferelith
    Gillian
    Genoveva
    Doveva
    Anchoret
    Adeliz
    Casilda
    Damaris
    Sunniva
    Boudicca
    Drusilla
    Garance
    Isidra
    Isidora
    Amabel
    Forsythia
    Ursinia
    Griselda
    Gwennant
    Artemisia
    Ludmila
    Malgosia
    http://www.onceuponatimebabynames.com/
    http://www.babynames.com/namelist/9772380 (please vote!)


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  3. #10
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    @kirstenlouise
    Lilith is on my list! I can't beleive I forgot to post it in my original post. I like Isabeau, Genevieve, Maxine and Fleur.

    @nono
    Thank you for the link! Sunniva is on my list, but I worry about pronounciation issues.

    Quote Originally Posted by nono View Post
    Sindony
    Is this Sidony?

    @bibliophile
    I really like Wilhemina. It's a sweet name.

    @emmabobemma
    I like the look of Theodosia, but I don't like the way it sounds.
    I also like Octavia, but I have a cousin named Tavia. I never see her though so I'm going to put it on my list. I find Millicent really sweet, but not for myself
    Dany (Also known as Athena Danielle)
    Could you check out these threads? I'll return the favor.
    Link
    Link

    Rosemary Gloria ~ Lilith Seraphine ~ Alaric Matthew ~ Henry Marcellus ~ Sebastian Rhys


  4. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by ikfly View Post
    Is this Sidony?
    It's related to Sidony! The Nameberry blog mentions it here:

    http://nameberry.com/blog/tudor-baby...ry-and-griffin

  5. #14
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    I would look for

    female names that share the same traits:

    1) old-fashioned/nostalgic

    2) clunky but cool

    3) strong-sounding

    So Marjorie, Harriet, and Enid would do the trick or Elspeth, Rosemary, and Marilla rather than the more light, even trivial sounding names of today.

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