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Thread: Too Weird to Use?
January 22nd, 2014 01:09 PM #1
Too Weird to Use?
A few of the names on my long list might be too weird for actual use, so I'm looking to see how weird you all think the FN's are. If the origin is meaningful to me - I added it in brackets.
Eira (ay-ra, Welsh)
January 22nd, 2014 01:38 PM #3Senior Member
- Join Date
- Aug 2013
January 22nd, 2014 01:46 PM #5Junior Member
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- Jan 2014
- Toronto, Canada
Winter - It's alright. Definitely not too weird. If you like season names it's a unique choice as opposed to Summer or Autumn.
Anwen - I like it. I love the meaning. A unique, feminine yet strong choice.
Ffion - Too weird! The double consonant would mean frequent mispronunciation!
Araminta - Dislike. Sounds like a type of tea to me.
Bronte - Sounds too masculine.
Dorothea - Alright. Just another simple variation of Dorothy.
Eira- I like it... if others pronounce it correctly.
Dulcie - Too unusual.
Eugenie - Too old sounding.
Eulalie - Too weird.
Fiorella - WIERD.
Honora - Another weird word name.
Juniper - Love it! It's unusual, but modern-feeling.
Leilani - Love it! Beautiful meaning. A little strange if your not native Hawaiian...but I still really like it!
Lena - I also LOVE this name. It's short and sweet.
Maelys - Too weird.
Mireille -Too weird, many will mispronounce.
Posy - Dislike. I don't really enjoy flower names. However, it isn't weird.
Soraya - Not too weird, unique. It feels exotic!
January 22nd, 2014 01:51 PM #7
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