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  1. #6
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    The strongest female names for me are Matilda and Eleanor for historical reasons
    Current Favourites:

    Girls:
    Elizabeth Francesca Jane (Elsie), Henrietta Beatrice Matilda (Wren), Marguerite Eleanor Rosalind (Mae),
    Albertine Viola Blythe and Rosamund Isobel Celia (Posy)

    Boys:
    Hugo James Benedict and Arden Sebastian Frederick

  2. #8
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    A baby born at 37 weeks isn't typically considered to be a preemie.

    Behind the Name is a great site to use to look up names by meaning.

    One of my favorites is Matilda, which means "strength in battle".
    Current favorites:
    Cora . Louisa . Lydia . Mary

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  3. #10
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    Quote Originally Posted by casilda View Post
    A baby born at 37 weeks isn't typically considered to be a preemie.

    Behind the Name is a great site to use to look up names by meaning.

    One of my favorites is Matilda, which means "strength in battle".
    Was going to say, isn't 36 weeks considered to be at full term?

    A few of my favourites:

    Audrey
    Matilda
    Valerie
    Millicent
    Philomena
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  4. #12
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    Names that sound strong to me:
    Audrey
    Hazel
    Kate
    Decima
    Fern
    Coming back after a long, accidental hiatus from the site.

  5. #14
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    Her baby might not be a preemie week-wise but the baby's estimated weight seems to be as low as a preemie's.
    Usually babies born at 37 weeks would almost be as heavy as babies born at 40 weeks.
    I agree that the previous suggestion Matilda / Mathilda seems really fitting for your baby girl.
    Or maybe Clementine, which means 'mild'/'merciful'; Clara meaning 'bright'/'clear'; Lucy or Helena both meaning 'light'.
    Something with a positive, strong meaning.
    Last edited by opheliaflora; April 1st, 2014 at 10:45 AM.
    Current Favourites

    Alice Cordelia | Lavinia Charlotte | Jane Leonora | Flora Penelope

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