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  1. #1
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    Select your favourite middle name for...

    Just trying to put together a list, which do you like best from each? Sorry for the tricky pronunciations, but they're mainly Gaelic names that are recognized (even popular) in the UK...

    1) Imogen Lettice* - Imogen Ethel - Imogen Rosemary (Lettice is luh-TEESE)
    2) Agnes AmeliaAgnes Beatrix
    3) Ailbhe Constance - Ailbhe Beatrix - Ailbhe Clementine (Ailbhe is pronounced like Alva)
    4) Eilidh BriarEilidh FenellaEilidh Beatrix (Eilidh is AY-lee)
    5) Jemima ClementineJemima AgnesJemima Constance
    6) Clementine MargaretClementine EilidhClementine BriarClementine Clara


    7) Could you also please choose your favourite(s) out of:
    Geraldine Eirys (Welsh word for Iris, said the same)
    Sybilla Rosemary
    Clara Clementine
    Seraphina Margaret
    Beatrix Briar
    Twila Evelyn (tWILL-ah, not TWY-lah) - I'm also considering spelling Evelyn the Gaelic way, Eibhlin.
    Enid Faye
    Constance Olivia

    Thank you! Sorry for the multitude of posts, recently!
    Last edited by oliviasarah; March 23rd, 2014 at 12:19 PM.
    Rosemary Una - Annabel Briar - Tabitha Lettice - Maude Evangeline - Fenella Imogen - Eilidh Agnes - Cordelia Bee - Billie Margaret
    names for dreamy, sublime little darlings. the smell of springtime air, freckled knees, damp hair. Soft evening light and fiery hearts.
    Emmett Kielder - Rufus Jack - Cathal Nicholas - Eoghan Baez - Caspian Hugh - Wilfred Alec

    olivia, seventeen, film student. owner to fluffy black cat Shura!
    (dreaming of a deerhound named Sholto)

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    Imogen Rosemary
    Agnes Amelia
    Ailbhe Clementine
    Eilidh Fenella
    Jemima Constance
    Clementine Margaret

    I love:
    Seraphina Margaret (Seraphina is a long time favorite and I think Margaret brings it down to Earth from it's frilly, candy floss clouds.)
    Beatrix Briar (Alliteration and assonance in naming is so underrated.)
    Twila Evelyn (Twila is definitely a name crush of mine. Evelyn sounds lovely with it!)



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  3. #5
    1. Imogen Rosemary
    2. Agnes Amelia
    3. Ailbhe Clementine
    4. Eilidh Briar
    5. Jemima Constance
    6. Clementine Ailbhe

    7. Sybilla Rosemary - my favorite out of all!
    Also like:
    Twila Evelyn, though my first impression is to pronounce it like twilight. Maybe add another l? Twilla
    Enid Faye - so sweet!
    Happily married, lifelong name nerd currently in medical school

    Not expecting any little ones anytime soon, just looking for some naming fun!

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    Ludwig Beowulf Percival Raphael Orpheus Sylvan Clement Gilbert Thorin Gaspar Amaury Godfrey Peregrine Arthur Wesley Edmund Caspar Roscoe Emil Leon Robin Oberon Darcy Tristan Magnus Lucius Orlando Maximilian Erik
    Ottilie Melody Cecily Rosamund Seraphina Sunniva Charlotte Melisende Sonnet Heloise Melusina Amoret Bridget Freya Cressida Celestine Nimue Novella Gwenllian Avalon Beatrice Bradamante Marigold Eliska Aurora Cvita Elysia Helena Astraea Dorothea Rosaline Emilia Saskia

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    1) Imogen Rose (sorry, had to nix Mary...it's personal)
    2) Agnes Beatrix
    3) Ailbhe Clementine (Ailbhe is pronounced like Alva)
    4) Eilidh Beatrix (Eilidh is AY-lee)
    5) Jemima Clementine
    6) Clementine Eilidh


    7) I like these names, but not the combos: Eirys (Welsh word for Iris, said the same), Sybilla, Clementine, Seraphina

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